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The Wizard of Oz

During an assignment at West Point U.S. Military Academy, in conversation with West Point's Thayer Hotel receptionist, Brodsky learns that in 1939 the Military Academy was used as the setting for the witch's tower scene in the filming of 'The Wizard of Oz'.

The Wizard of Oz was produced in 1939, on the eve of WW2, by the Hollywood film production company, Metro Goldwyn Mayer (MGM). MGM was founded in 1924 by Marcus Loew of the production company Metro Pictures who bought out both the Goldwyn Company and the business of Luis B. Mayer. Despite the inclusion of his name Samuel Goldwyn was never a member of MGM.

The soundtrack used in the tower scene is Night on Bald Mountain an 1860 piece of music depicting a witches' Sabbath by Russian composer Modest Petrovich Mussorgsky. The same piece of music is found in the Chernobog scene in Disney's Fantasia made at RKO Studios using a new audio technology, fantasound.

Brodsky carries out an analysis of the original soundtrack, searching for any evidence of information on nonaural carrier frequencies.

GRAPHITE /Tower Scene, Wizard of Oz, MGM, 1939

GRAPHITE /Wicked Witch of the West - Jack-in-the-box, eBay, CA, USA

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