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Two incredibly-rare paintings used to plan the filming of The Wizard of Oz have been discovered.<br />
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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.<br />
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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. <br />
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Each painting is tipped to fetch 4,000 pounds when they go under the hammer at Heritage Auctions in Beverly Hills, California.