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MGM drew up a contract to provide as many as were needed to film L. In its search, MGM advertised all over the country, auditioned tiny choirs - the midgets had to sing - visited circuses and sent out talent scouts.Frank Baum’s 1900 novel The Wonderful Wizard Of Oz, in which he described the Munchkins only as shorter than usual in stature and clad from top to toe in blue. As soon as word got out, every little person in the country arrived in Hollywood by bus and train looking for a part.Even Garland herself was sufficiently curious to go on a date with one of the most randy, although since she was so young, her mother insisted on joining her."Fair enough, two broads for the price of one," the tiny lothario replied, undaunted.Made in 1939, the movie was then the last word in special effects, make-up, set design and costumes, not to mention the highpoint of Garland’s career.Her breasts strapped down to hide her burgeoning figure, the 17-year-old former child star plays the little Kansas girl Dorothy, who with her dog, Toto, is whisked away by a tornado to a fantasy land where she follows the Yellow Brick Road, kills the Wicked Witch and meets the powerful Wizard.

They insisted on climbing up by themselves." If the film-makers thought full-sized stars had attitude, they had seen nothing yet.The women would proposition studio electricians, while one who called himself The Count was never sober. Then we heard a whining sound coming from the men’s room.He had got plastered during lunch, fallen in the toilet bowl and could not get out." It is hard to imagine that this sort of incident will have quite the same poignancy played by a normal-sized actor in the new play.The task of assembling as many as 350 ‘little people’ to act in the movie fell to a man named Leo Singer.Born in Germany as Baron Leopold Van Singer, he had put together a troupe of touring midgets who took part in vaudeville shows all over Europe.

They insisted on climbing up by themselves." If the film-makers thought full-sized stars had attitude, they had seen nothing yet.The women would proposition studio electricians, while one who called himself The Count was never sober. Then we heard a whining sound coming from the men’s room.He had got plastered during lunch, fallen in the toilet bowl and could not get out." It is hard to imagine that this sort of incident will have quite the same poignancy played by a normal-sized actor in the new play.The task of assembling as many as 350 ‘little people’ to act in the movie fell to a man named Leo Singer.Born in Germany as Baron Leopold Van Singer, he had put together a troupe of touring midgets who took part in vaudeville shows all over Europe.But Irvine Welsh’s new play, Babylon Heights, which premiered in San Francisco and is expected to open in London later this year, has already proved controversial because it has a bizarre twist.