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PORTLAND, ME (WGME/CBS) - The Yellow Brick Road is making a detour for the next six months from the Emerald City to a nationally recognized art museum featuring one man's passion for The Wizard of Oz.
Willard Carroll's early affection for the movie turned into a memorabilia collection that contains more than 100,000 items.
Many people first saw the movie, based on Frank L. Baum's book, on television in the 1950s. It has since turned into an iconic movie that countless people still adore.
"It in and of itself is a work of art in its time and then of course all the movie posters, design of costumes for the movie," Carroll said of his collection. "And as people will discover when they come to see the show, there's just so much more."
Some gems from the movie include one of Dorothy's pinafores and a costume a member of the Lollipop Guild wore.