At the very end of this sequence, as the three main characters move down the road and away from the camera, one of the larger birds often said to be an emu, but more probably a crane standing at the back of the set moves around and spreads its wings. Okay, scratch that last one. For instance, when Dorothy and the Scarecrow enter the forest of the Fighting Trees, a live toucan can be seen sitting on a tree branch! There has also been a big thing about the kid in the Frosties advert, but this has been confirmed by Kelloggs as not true. The hanging munchkin clearly appears on a version of the film, and explains how the rumours started.
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It's certainly a bit over the rainbow in conspiracy tales, yet anyone with an orange face like a munchkin like so many celebs today could be forgiven for topping oneself? Trainspotting author Irvine Welsh's new play, which opens in Dublin this week, seizes on the legend of a small shadowy figure hanging from a tree in the Wizard of Oz - said to be a hanging Munchkin. What's that all about? Other versions of the rumor combined elements from both explanations, such as the claim that the strange figure was actually a stagehand hanging himself.
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