The Wizard of Oz Trivia on IMDb: Cameos, Mistakes, Spoilers and more Jack Haley did not use his normal speaking voice when playing the Tin Man, During the haunted forest scene, several actors playing the Winged Monkeys.
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The actor who was originally cast as the Tin Man in “The Wizard of Oz ” was role so Ebsen didn't object much for playing the Tin Man. MGM tested several types of costumes and makeup to make the Tin Man appear silvery. Fleming was afraid that this would damage his relationship with Garland and even told a co-worker he wished that someone would hit him because of how bad he felt, but Garland overheard the conversation and gave him a kiss on the nose to show that she bore no hard feelings. In the film she can still be seen to be stifling a smile between the lines "well, of course not" and "my, what a fuss you're making. Create a xisf.org account. Ironically, although she finally got an agreement for five weeks of work, she ended up working on the film for three months.