In addition to a presentation of the family classic The Wizard of Oz, this release includes the documentary The Making of the Wonderful Wizard of Oz, a look at not only the creation of the movie itself, but how it has remained an American classic for decades.
Including all-new feature-length documentary
The making of the Wizard of Oz - Discover how this unprecedented production overcame the odds to become a movie classic and an integral part of American culture
Plus Commentary by Historian John Fricke with the film's cast and crew
Edgar Allan Woolf
Judy GarlandDorothy Gale
Frank MorganThe Wizard of Oz, Prof. Marvel
Ray BolgerThe Scarecrow, Hunk
Bert LahrThe Cowardly Lion, Zeke
Jack HaleyThe Tin Woodsman, Hickory
Billie BurkeGlinda, the Good Witch
Margaret HamiltonThe Wicked Witch of the West, Miss Gulch
Charles GrapewinUncle Henry
Clara BlandickAuntie Em
Jerry MarenGuild Leader
Harlan BriggsUncle Henry's Double
Billy BletcherMayor/Lollypop Guild
Billy CurtisCity Father
Abe DinovitchApple Tree, Munchkin
Major DoyleMunchkin (uncredited)
Daisy EarlesMunchkin Villager
Harry EarlesGuild Singer
Buddy EbsenTin Woodman on "We're Off to See the Wizard"
Lois JanuaryCat Owner
Mitchell LewisHead Winkie
Walter MillerBespectacled Munchkin
George MinisteriCoach Driver
Yvonne MorayLeague Dancer
Lee MurrayWinged Monkey
Lillian PorterMunchkin (uncredited)
Jimmy RosenMunchkin (uncredited)
Harry MontyWinged Monkey/Munchkin
L. Frank BaumBook Author
Harold Hal RossonCinematographer
George BassmanComposer (Music Score)
George StollComposer (Music Score)
Harold ArlenComposer (Music Score)
Herbert StothartComposer (Music Score)
Cedric GibbonsArt Director
Edwin B. WillisSet Designer
Childrens and Family,Fantasy,Concerts Operas and Musicals
Children's Fantasy,Musical Fantasy,Road Movie
The Wizard of Oz
Year of Release
3D, Blu-ray, Blu-ray/Blu-ray 3D
Blu-ray, Blu-ray 3D
Dolby Digital w/ sub-woofer channel, monaural
Enhanced Widescreen for 16x9 TV
English, French, Spanish
English, French, Spanish
Warner Home Video
Wizard of Oz: 75th Anniversary [3D] [Blu-ray] [Blu-ray/Blu-ray 3D] 
Was hard to find the 75th anniversary edition on bluray of The Wizard of Oz. Fortunately, one of my Best Buy's near me had it. I hate ordering. I'd rather drive across town to pick it up immediately. Thanks for having it in stock!
I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 1 out of 5 stars
No digital copy! Not what is pictured!
I love the Wizard of Oz. I ordered this because it was a great deal with the digital copy.
Unfortunately, the TWO times this movie was sent to me, it was not as shown in the image (not the 75th anniversary edition and no digital copy).
I hope that Best Buy changes the description and pictureof this product to be accurate.
No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
4K on DISC is amazing; DigitalHD is in 4K, also
Owned for 1 month when reviewed.
This review is strictly on the disc as you know what the movie is about.
The 4K image quality of the disc is amazing. Clearer definition, better lighting, and while 4K HDR promises brighter brights and darker blacks, don't think this image is going to blind you with brightness. Overall, the print is not that much brighter, but there is a much better overall tone, color quality, and detail. The HDR really brings out the colors of Oz, the witches skin and fingernails, and you can see details in the witches costume that I have not seen before.
I redeemed the 4K Digital HD Code on VUDU. The VUDU 4K version specs are: 4K, Dolby Vision, HDR10, Dolby Digital Plus 5.1. Roku doesn't support Dolby Vision so you'll get it in HDR10. The disc is Dolby Vision. The disc is definitely the best way to watch as I found the 4K HDR10 print to be a little grainer/fuzzier, but if you're in a room with no 4K UHD player, then streaming is your preferred option.
Should you upgrade from the 75th edition BluRay? YES!
The new 4K UHD bluray of The Wizard of Oz looks spectacular! The vibrancy of the colors and the improved detail are amazing to see. This is the oldest film to yet be given the full 4K treatment and it proves just what a phenomenal difference 4K can make, even with a title from so long ago. With films from this period of time, film grain must of course be contended with. The grain varies, becoming more or less prevalent from scene to scene, but the overall image upgrade more than makes up for it in every way. They have really pulled out all the stops for the edition, including an upgraded soundtrack and even the inclusion of Dolby Vision HDR encoding! If you love this film, like so many millions over the years have, this is without question the finest this film has ever looked. If you have a 4K TV with HDR at home (and a 4K bluray player), it would be criminal to purchase any other edition of this beloved classic.
Because I have well over a thousand titles from the 1930s on to the present in a variety of formats from Laser Disc to VHS to S-VHS to DVD, Blu Ray and now UHD Blu Ray.
I have the 50th Anniversary Edition of this same film (from the universally regard year as the BEST for movies, 1939) on Laser Disc and this version is even better!
It used to be that the Wizard of Oz came on TV once a year and that night was so special that no matter where we were or what we were doing, our family would stop to watch this gorgeous classic. From the sepia toned opening to the gorgeous color appear when the door to her home opens onto Munchkin Land, this film does not nothing short of warm the heart and soul.
Trust me. I know what I'm dong' when I'm reviewin'.
The Wizard of Oz transfer to 4k is awesome, one of the better transfers of older movies. WB clearly put the effort into it rather than churning out quick release garbage to grab a buck. I knew beforehand that WB had used a newer 8k master of the original camera negative and so there was a good chance the film would look great in 4K, and it did. For this reason, I'm very glad I went with the SteelBook vs. the regular version.
I don’t even think in Kansas this film look this good in real life. This transfer is unreal, the most jaw-dropping experience I’ve had in 4K, especially when it transitions from black-and-white to color. It is something everyone must see with their own eyes. You may think you know what I’m referring to as you read this, but trust me in order to get the full experience one less view this on a high-quality 4K TV set. The movie is the same as the old one, which I was never the biggest fan of. It’s a decent story the acting is not of note. But the real kicker is the detail and resolution the 4K format brings. I must buy!!