A tornado sweeps Dorothy and her little dog Toto away from Aunt Em and Uncle Henry’s hardscrabble farm and drops them in the Land of Oz, a colorful world of munchkins, witches, a brainless scarecrow, a heartless tin man, a cowardly lion, and a powerful wizard. One of cinema’s all-time great coming of age stories, it long ago became a cultural icon. See it with a few hundred friends, outdoors and under the stars, at the Artopee Way Drive-In (Artopee Way Municipal Parking Lot) in downtown Nyack. USA, 1939, 102 minutes. SPONSORED BY WRIGHT BROS. REAL ESTATE.
Hosted by Rivertown Film