The video was accompanied by “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” which was carried out by the artist referred to as The Shirtless Violinist.
Since this writing, the video that showed the large and incredible collection of “The Wizard of Oz” products had just been played around 27,000 times. It was most likely to be viewed a lot more times in the future.
In mid-May 2021, TikTok user Dani Jo (@danjomagic) published a video that revealed a massive collection of souvenirs for “The Wizard of Oz.”
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Packing and Moving
The video panned around the rooms and showed what appeared to be thousands of pieces of memorabilia in the “Wizard of Oz” collection. “You do not even understand,” Dani Jo said.
” One of my friends owns among the United States most likely biggest collections of Wizard of Oz [memorabilia],” Dani Jo said in the video.
The collection even appeared to have the on-set chair used by Diana Ross in the 1978 movie “The Wiz.”
In the TikTok video, @danjomagic kept turning corners and showing an apparently limitless number of antiques. (Courtesy: @danjomagic/ TikTok)” Im going to get him to get a TikTok. Take a look at these slippers. Take a look at this. Its incredible. He has put so much time and effort and minutes of his life into this. Its extraordinary. Oh my God. And its like being deep packed, so this isnt even, most of stuff remains in boxes. Its simply amazing.”
In the remarks of the video, @danjomagic added: “Hes been gathering given that he was a little boy.”
We found a number of intriguing items for “The Wizard of Oz” in the video, but there really were a lot of to name.
A life-size version of the Tin Man, likewise referred to as Nick Chopper, the Tin Woodman. (Courtesy: @danjomagic/ TikTok) A number of framed items lined the walls, consisting of posters, artwork, advertisements, photographs, newspaper short articles, and other antiques.
The collection consisted of at least two sets of ruby slippers, several busts of the prominent characters, a pinball machine, lamps, a miniature home, racks of figurines of varying sizes, books, masks, puzzles, banners, and almost life-size variations of Dorothy, the Tin Man, and the Wicked Witch of the West.
The TikTok user discussed that the pal was moving: “And so, hes moving, so today were going to pack some things up.”
The collection appeared to consist of Diana Ross on-set chair from “The Wiz.” (Courtesy: @danjomagic/ TikTok) The end of the video revealed a piece of souvenirs from the 1990s Halloween-themed family film “Hocus Pocus.”
Buried deep in the comments for the TikTok video was a link to a YouTube video. TikTok videos do not enable links to be clickable, so once we typed out the link, it took us here:
In the TikTok video, @danjomagic kept turning corners and showing a seemingly endless number of antiques. (Courtesy: @danjomagic/ TikTok)” Im going to get him to get a TikTok. He has put so much time and effort and minutes of his life into this. And its like being deep packed, so this isnt even, the bulk of things is in boxes.
,” Dani Jo said in the video.
Near the end of the clip, Krueger even put on a special mask for “The Wizard of Oz” with ruby slipper decors. The video was published during the COVID-19 pandemic.
We reached out to @danjomagic on TikTok, in addition to the Facebook Group, to learn more. We will upgrade this story with additional details if we get a response.
The dedicated collector of all of the souvenirs from the TikTok video was named Walter Krueger.
Krueger is among several admins with the Facebook Group Wizard of Oz Collectors United!.” The YouTube video showed that a few of the memorabilia was also from 1985s “Return to Oz.”