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ruby slippers

The magical shoes that Dorothy wears in The Wizard of Oz. I wish I had a pair of ruby slippers like Dorothy so that I could be transported home with the mere click of my heels.
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JUST in time for Liverpool Pride, The Ruby Slippers arrives at the Royal Court Studio in a tornado of glitter and sequins to provide an evening of storming entertainment.
There were actually four pairs of the Ruby Slippers used in the course of shooting the film, and each of them has fetched top prices in periodic auctions.
A pair of the ruby slippers worn by Garland in the movie were last sold in 2012 to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
The Ruby Slippers pamper party team said Ms Harris had just booked a birthday party for one of her daughters with the firm.
The ruby slippers worn by Judy Garland in The Wizard of Oz sold for $660,000 in 2000 Think | pink...
Fans can now see the ruby slippers at the Smithsonian Institution and the exhibit is so popular that the carpet in front of the attraction has had to be replaced several times because of wear and tear.
For Julio Vera, collections manager for the museum project, it's the ruby slippers used for closeups in "The Wizard of Oz," including Judy Garland's heel clicks.
The Case of the Ruby Slippers provides a satisfying blend of mystery and tells of a surprise party with a Wizard of Oz theme.
In the film, it's the ruby slippers that eventually get Dorothy back to Kansas after a series of adventures - although she has been wearing them all along and could have returned home at any time.
Initially the 'Profiles in History' auctioneers had decided to highlight the Icons of Hollywood sale with the ruby slippers, which Judy Garland wore in 'The Wizard of Oz', but now they have gone ahead with more than they had earlier planned.
However, she provokes the wrath of the Wicked Witch of the West after she takes the ruby slippers from her sister.
She takes the famous Tornado steam train to London but ends up in Oz instead!" Pictured with the ruby slippers, Louise Sivewright plays Dorothy.
"It's like the ruby slippers from the Wizard of Oz.
"Ruby's Slippers" tells the story of Dottie and the ruby slippers left behind by her estranged father.