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Two incredibly-rare paintings used to plan the filming of The Wizard of Oz have been discovered.
The watercolours came from the brush of famed art director Jack Martin Smith and showed how the sets might look once filming of the Hollywood classic began.
One of the paintings features Dorothy - played by child star Judy Garland - and two Munchkins walking down the Yellow Brick Road to Oz while the other shows Dorothy with the Scarecrow.
Each painting is tipped to fetch 4,000 pounds when they go under the hammer at Heritage Auctions in Beverly Hills, California.