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Plot Summary The story originated with the beloved children’s book, (1900) by L.

Frank Baum, who came up with the title by looking at the two letters printed on the bottom drawer of his filing cabinet (O – Z). Restless teen Dorothy Gale (Judy Garland) lives a dull life on a Kansas farm with her Auntie Em (Clara Blandick) and Uncle Henry (Charley Grapewin).

After nearly 75 years, the film has transformed itself from mild box office showing to must-see annual TV event to timeless pop culture legend.

It’s hard to think that the movie started as just that — a movie.

’ he says ‘That’s enough of that.’ It’s intimidating as hell!

” Hanks also discussed how the real Sully was active in the production and pushed the cast to stay true to the reality of the moment.

If you DO have an agent, you had better keep them supplied with good actors headshots, otherwise they will be frustrated and you will lose work opportunities.

You could hardly blame them for "letting you go." No headshot = no enthusiasm.

He's got an amazing gruff & threatening but very intelligent-sounding voice: I genuinely assumed that Zabuza, TOM, Blackwargreymon, & numerous other characters with Steve's voice were just someone else doing an impression of Flamedramon. A lot of the time an actor is only as good as his director because the director has final say and control over everything.

Nobody will consider casting you in a role unless they see a headshot of you first. When producers or casting agents look for talent online, you can not stand before them and dazzle them with your presence, and you can not make excuses and charm them.

All you have is your actor's headshot to represent you.

New Headshots are a good excuse to remind the casting agents that you exist, and are committed, and available.

In the USA actors shoot new headshots every 5 months.

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