‘The Wizard of Oz’ returns to select theaters for film’s 80th anniversary starting this weekend


Video tribute to ‘The Wizard of Oz’ onstage during the Oscars at the Dolby Theatre on March 2, 2014 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

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Click your heels together and follow the yellow brick road right into theaters, because “The Wizard of Oz” is returning to the big screen beginning this weekend!

In honor of the beloved film’s 80th anniversary – it was first released in 1939 – Dorothy is returning to select theaters with all of her friends.

Fathom Events is bringing back the special showing on three dates only: Sunday, January 27; Tuesday, January 29; and Wednesday, January 30.

The classic movie will show at the Regal Grande Stadium 16 on Northline Avenue in Greensboro, as well as at the Tinseltown on Faith Road in Salisbury

“Fans young and old won’t want to miss this special showing!” according to the Fathom Events website. “This beloved classic includes special insight from Turner Classic Movies.”

It’s all a part of the 2019 Turner Classic Movies Big Screen Classics series.

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