Wake up, Fiery Scarecrow!

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  1. I can help you with that last part…

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    William McCammentNo Gravatar reply on November 24th, 2009 10:02 am:

    Of course baby! You’re my girl! 🙂

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  2. unfinishedramblerNo Gravatar says:

    Whoa…I’m not giving you a proposition like the last commenter. Will just say I had heard that about Wizard of Oz and Dark Side of the Moon. Never believed it…

    …until now. If Dead Rooster says it is true, it must be true. 🙂

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    William McCammentNo Gravatar reply on November 24th, 2009 10:16 am:

    Oh, it’s true, just make sure you start the CD immediately after the third roar of the the MGM lion at the beginning, otherwise the synchronization will be off.

    Like I pointed out in the post, you have to know the dialog with the sound off to realize the unbelievable coincidences. A lot of people don’t get it because they don’t know what’s going on in the story or they don’t know the lyrics or song titles. That’s the key.

    Lyrics during the introduction of the Wicked Witch “Which is which…”

    Right after Dorothy beats on the Tin Man’s chest and puts her ear up to it, the sound effect on the CD is that of a heartbeat.

    Scarecrow needs a brain… song playing during his scene… BRAIN DAMAGE!

    I could seriously go on and on…

    The best part, though, is during the song, “Money.” It has to be seen to be believed.

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  3. cncNo Gravatar says:

    wow wow, how many years ago I saw this film last time *dreaming* ) I like Hollywood 20-30 years movies

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  4. Can’t help but wonder what sort of exposure to culture your friend has if he wasn’t aware of the Floyd/Oz correlation.

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  5. Jay ZuckNo Gravatar says:

    I was, but a teenager when an older and wiser soul demonstrated to me the wonders of Dark Side of the Moon overlayed on the Wizard of Oz. I am not surprised at all that you found yourself dreaming about being a robotic chicken chasing people through a cornfield and breathing fire. I know it was meant to sound strange, but to me it sounds right as rain.

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  6. DanielNo Gravatar says:

    William,

    Come with me to Amsterdam, and I’ll guarantee that you will get laid!!

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  7. Wendy OwenNo Gravatar says:

    Hi Wlliam, the reason you had that strange dream was probably as much due to your disturbed sleep cycle as the scene in the Wizard. It’s awful being woken up by the phone, happens to me a lot being in Australia which has a different time zone to most other places.

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  8. RichardNo Gravatar says:

    Dark Side Of The Moon is one of my all time favourite albums, but I’m not sure I would want to watch the Wizard of Oz at the same time, or ever!! 🙂

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  9. Jack D.No Gravatar says:

    Interesting bit about lining up PF Dark Side of the Moon with the Wizard of Oz. I’m not a Wizard of Oz fan, but love PF. Maybe PF will make the movie interesting. Yeah, I know I’m probably one of the only people on the planet that isn’t an Oz fan, but I’m not.

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  10. TabithaNo Gravatar says:

    There is no longer reason to work so hard. Just go to youtube to find all the really good synchronizations. Paste this in search: “dark side of the moon wizard of oz”, but also check out Mason’s opinion about this phenomena: “PINK FLOYD REACT TO URBAN LEGEND OF DARK SIDE OF OZ”.

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