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'Oz' Munchkins Get Star on Walk of Fame

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'Oz' Munchkins Get Star on Walk of Fame

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'Oz' Munchkins Get Star on Walk of Fame

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The Yellow Brick Road has ended — at last — on Hollywood Boulevard for the Munchkins. The tiny stars of The Wizard of Oz got their star on the Walk of Fame. Seven of the diminutive actors arrived in Hollywood style — in a horse drawn carriage followed by a marching band. Judy Garland's son attended and said his mother would've been proud. One munchkin, Mickey Carroll, 88, told fans, "you have touched our hearts."

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