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Wizard of Oz, The - Lion's String
At different parts in the movie you can see a string attached to the lion's tail for it to move.
Example: When he is singing about courage
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Nick on 01-17-2000
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Crazy Junkyard Chihauhau writes:
How can his tail be computerized with a remote, if this movie was made in 1939?
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jbickfor writes:
It's most apparent when the four main characters are entering the tunnel to visit the wizard. They all have their arms linked--but the scarecrow and the lion linked arms in such a way as to catch the wire. Watch as they subtlely unlink arms again so as to free the wire.
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Angel writes:
I noticed that too...
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~ Angel ~ writes:
Actually, the Lion's tail does have a string attached to it. A special I watched said so!
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Clarity4831 writes:
The lion's tail didn't have a string attached to it (possibly in a scene or two but not the majority of the time). There was a special done on it and it was said that the lion's tale was mechanical (computerized) and so he had a remote control for it. So whenever you see it move, it's because the lion moved the remote.
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