ANSWERS: 14
  • YES!!!! I was phobic of midgets for a good long while lol
  • No and I think that I am one of the few that actually saw "Return to Oz" I found that one more on the wierd side but I liked it then.
  • I was fasinated by the flying monekeys and wanted to see one at the zoo...LOL + 5
  • No; I thought it was so cool that I wanted to be Dorothy!
  • No, not at all. I thought it was a fun movies and that the flying monkeys were the coolest things.
  • No. It was an OK movie. It's a classic though. I watched horror movies as a child. The Wizard of Oz was far from NOT being scary for me.
  • I don't actually remember watching it as a child. Maybe I saw the shorts and figured it was too scary to watch... I was however terrified of Pinnochio! I still don't think I have finished that movie...
  • Did it ever. Those funny little flying monkey things had me bluffed for a very long time.
  • I don't remember being scared watching it. I was too busy trying to figure out how a man made from straw could stand up and walk. Now sneaking into the movie theatre aged 12 to watch JAWS, thirty years ago was scary. The old lady on duty at the ticket window she was very scary but her eyesight wasn't too good.
  • It took a lot more than that to scare me when I was a child.
  • I don't have any "HELL" in me now, so I'm assuming it did.
  • The storm scared me. I grew up in a tornado alley state.
  • Margaret Hamilton as "The Wicked Witch of the West" remains THE best villain, the best badass villain of alltime in movies. She is my favorite character in the movie, even though she scared me. I''ll say it forever on this site- - her performance, in my opinion, is "The Most Perfect Performance in Film, Ever." There is not a moment in that film where she is not perfect. [ And I read somewhere that she only has about 13 minutes of actual screen time in the movie. Talk about making an impact in a short amount of time. ] Hell, Almira Gulch scared me, too. I'm with you all the way, Millenium. :) +5

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