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The Wizard of Oz, starring Judy Garland and directed by Victor Fleming, was released in 1939. The Wizard of Oz was initially considered a box office flop. Although it received positive reviews from critics, MGM spent $2 million to produce the film (MGM’s largest film budget at that time) and failed to recoup the investment until it was rereleased. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Picture, but it lost to Gone with the Wind (also directed by Victor Fleming).
The film has gained popularity over the years. In the 1950s, the film was reintroduced to the public via annual telecasts and became engrained in American culture. The American Film Instituted named it the #1 fantasy film. It also declared Over the Rainbow as the top song in American Cinema in the past 100 years. The Library of Congress has called it the most watched film of all time.