80 years ago, in 1939, one of Hollywood’s most beloved classic films was produced: The Wizard of Oz. To mark this anniversary, we’re setting out along the Yellow Brick Road to remember and visit the final resting places of the talented artists who made that film the enduring emerald gem that it is today. Join us as we hitch a ride on a tornado, to the Land of OZ. Full list of stars visited today: L Frank Baum, Judy Garland, Toto, Clara Blandick, Charley Grapewin, Billie Burke, Mickey Carroll, Meinhardt Raabe, Jerry Maren, Margaret Hamilton, Ray Bolger, Jack Haley, Bert Lahr, Buster Brodie, Mitchell Lewis, Frank Morgan, Harold Arlen, Herbert Stothart, Ken Darby, Carl Spitz, Buddy Gillespie, Adrian, Cedric Gibbons, Harold Rosson, Blanche Sewell, Mervyn LeRoy, Victor Fleming. Thanks to our Patreon supporters, who help make these videos possible: Janet Elliot, Carl Stenger, Trish McFerran, Victoria Waldock, Charles Whelan, Marcos M, Scott DeVane, Danielle Tripodi, Deb Blissick, Don Bass, Eve Devinsky, Jett, Jennifer Hall, Shannon Mead, Kim Friberg, Blake Changnon, Ronald Tompkins, Mary Dolan, Mario Tavena, Dan Greenlaw, Ron, Carrie D, Fred Rodriguez, Karen Mikulka, Jayden Padilla, Ashley Goddard, Charlie Clother, Robert Crotts, Lisa Williams, Teri, Jane Cuthbertson, Sarah Davidson, Everett Bowen, MariaElena Gonzalez, Lynn Eades, Bree B, Michael Bawden, Jim, Roger Beard, Warren Butler, Sue Jordan, Sally Dupuis, NWOZ007, Henry Vinson, Matthew Henriksen, and Jason Young. Support Us on Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/hollywoodgraveyard Written & Produced by Arthur Dark Music by Giuseppe Vasapolli Additional music by Arthur Dark Special Thanks to Steve Goldstein Disclaimer: Tour videos are independently produced, and are not endorsed by the respective cemetery. When visiting a cemetery, do so only during regular visiting hours, take only pictures, and leave only approved grave offerings. Be courteous and respectful of both the living and the dead. In deference to families of those profiled herein, any requests to remove profiles by family members of the individual will be honored. "The Wizard of Oz" was produced by MGM, and is property of Warner Bros. Pictures. Copyright: Short excerpts of media featured in this video are copyright of their respective owners, and are used herein for commentary and reference under "fair use." Please contact us with any copyright concerns if you feel the use of your property does not meet the conditions of "fair use," we'll be happy to comply. Famous Grave Tour videos copyright Hollywood Graveyard. Music copyright Giuseppe Vasapolli.