As an Oz fan, I was excited to come across this podcast, but apprehensive (being a fan of the film you come across the same trivia recycled over and over again on various documentaries and in books) that it wouldn’t delve deep enough into the story of the missing slippers. I am thrilled to say, this isn’t a podcast for a novice or causal fan. Seyward Darby and Ariel Ramchandani dive in DEEP. I applaud their thorough, rigorous research. They connect complicated dots, (just one example; how Kent Warner was able to take costumes/movie memorabilia off the studio lots and sell it was always confusing to me) flesh-out important details and aren’t afraid to ask their interview subjects the tough questions. All of the interviews are fascinating. If you’re an Oz fan (or even just a fan of true crime) who has been PARCHED for details regarding the case of the stolen Ruby Slippers, PLEASE go listen to this podcast. You’ll be glad you did. BRAVO!!
dardar_87 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/20/22
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I love this podcast but I feel like the episodes are out of order?
Amandajs1015 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/05/21
Debbie Reynolds owned a pair of ruby slippers. The HBO special Bright Lights shows her with a pair of slippers.
Nanc0328 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/19/21
Boring and just gets worse with each episode. Could have been covered in an hour. Proof that anyone can make a podcast.
Ziggy7411 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/03/21
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