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Not in Kansas Anymore

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If there were any doubt that Judy Garland had the greatest movie line of all time in The Wizard of Oz, take a look at how many other movies have used it! See a list of films used in this supercut at fourfour. Link -via Buzzfeed

What does Judy Garland have to do with anything? That line is used in movies (and not only) because everybody knows the story, not specifically because of the 1939 movie. The novel was published in 1900; by 1938 it had already been sold in over a million copies (that's before the movie, mind you).
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@Gutza - Wrong. That line is used in movies because of its appearance in the motion picture The Wizard of Oz starring Judy Garland. If you are still confused, try closing Wikipedia. If that doesn't work, try opening Baum.
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Miss Cellania, my bad, I was thinking about the concept rather than the phrase. The phrase does seem to have been originated from the 1939 film. I was wrong.

Ben, thank you for the sarcasm, somehow I always find it refreshing when people use this oft neglected means of conveying ideas on the Internet.
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i too am still in kansas despite how many times i hear this awful line.

why can't people write realistic dialogue?

it's not hard...i spout off a ton of realistic sounding conversational dialogue ever single day.
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