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  1. 1) as many here, it was The Wizard of Oz I first recall watching Judy Garland. I was younger than the character Dorothy and, as I’m also from Kansas, I connected to her as my older sister. I thought she was very brave to go on the adventure. Haha. Now whenever watching Oz I have an appreciation of her performance abilities and still feel / recognize the emotions of the first viewing. 2) I’m more impressed and in awe. Before I was not aware of how much of what we see is raw talent. That she really did not have much training in music, dance or acting is amazing. She does take you att
  2. I’ve read through many of the previous comments, but will try not to be too redundant. 1) Because of the thoroughness of set, dialog, music, etc., I think it all says “This IS America. This is who we are.” It also seemed upon reaching the top of the staircase, the camera lingered a little longer on Washington’s portrait than the others. This was done by letting them walk through, we saw a bit of their backs as they walked by. The entire camera angle on the staircase was interesting. Starts looking down at them from a distance. Then they got closer, we saw the portraits more clearly a
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