Tokyo Disneyland: Where you can be turned away from Big Thunder in 1998 for not being tall enough, but bring your Future Passenger certificate to the park nearly 16 years later and still get to the front of the line.
The “Wicked Witch of the West” (played by Margaret Hamilton) from the 1939 film version of “The Wizard of Oz” has become a standard for what witches look like and an archetype for human wickedness. Here she is represented as a stooped, green-skinned witch dressed in a long black dress with a black pointed hat. Studio executives cut some of Margaret’s most wicked scenes, worrying they would frighten children.
Photo taken at MGM Studios Culver City, California, USA on 1939 .