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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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The second floor will serve as the expanding Ruby Slippers company headquarters, with a conference room, four private offices, open office workstations, a commissary kitchen, break room and bathrooms.
The tale of Dorothy's adventures along the Yellow Brick Road accompanied by her dog, Toto, and wearing her famous ruby slippers, has endured since its release in 1939.
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They include the magical Ruby Slippers worn by Dorothy (Judy Garland) in the classic film musical, 'The Wizard of Oz.
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After being hired in January to deliver the marketing aspects of the project, Marketing firm Ruby Slippers Ltd has collaborated with the team to create the logo and website.
And the famous ruby slippers were originally silver to match the description in the book, but MGM boss Louis B Mayer decided to take advantage of the Technicolor production and make them more colourful.
The survey, which was commissioned by the British Heart Foundation, named Judy Garland's dress and ruby slippers, in the 1939 classic 'The Wizard Of Oz' the second most memorable, followed by Olivia Newton-John's tight black leather trousers and red mules in 1979's 'Grease', the Daily Express reported.
The red-and-blue costume designed by Eiko Ishioka and worn by actor Reeve Carney will join a collection of iconic Americana that boasts the ruby slippers from "The Wizard of Oz,'' a Kermit the Frog puppet, the first car driven across the United States, a lock of Sir Walter Scott's hair, Tony Hawk's first skateboard and a light bulb made by Thomas Edison.
The Case of the Ruby Slippers provides a satisfying blend of mystery and tells of a surprise party with a Wizard of Oz theme.
Then, at last, I see the crown jewels - the precious ruby slippers encased in glass.