Mickey Carroll Signed The Wizard of Oz 4x8 Replica Yellow Brick Movie Prop
Step into the magical world of Oz with this highly collectible "Wizard of Oz" 4x8 replica yellow brick movie prop, signed by none other than Munchkin actor Mickey Carroll himself!
This unique piece of cinema history is adorned with multiple inscriptions by Carroll, including "Follow The Yellow Brick Road," "MGM - 1939," and "Wizard of Oz," echoing the charm and magic of the beloved film.
Full authentication with JSA Authentication guarantees the authenticity of this piece, making it a must-have for any serious collector or avid Wizard of Oz fan.
While this brick is a statement piece on its own, you also have the option of having it framed. For inspiration, check out our other signed Wizard of Oz brick on the MJB website, tastefully presented in a custom frame.
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Own a piece of movie history today with this rare signed Wizard of Oz item for just $795! Don't miss the chance to add this to your collection.
Mickey Carroll (July 8, 1919 – May 7, 2009) was an American actor known predominantly for his role in "The Wizard of Oz" (1939). He was one of the last surviving munchkins from the movie's iconic Munchkinland sequence, contributing to his late-life fame.
Born Michael Finocchiaro in St. Louis, Missouri, Carroll started his career as a singer and dancer, performing on the vaudeville circuit before catching the eye of Hollywood. His small stature and youthful looks made him an ideal candidate for the role of a Munchkin in MGM's upcoming technicolor film, "The Wizard of Oz."
Carroll played multiple Munchkin roles in the film, including a Munchkinland townsperson and a "fiddler" who was part of the Munchkin Mayor's entourage. However, his most recognizable role was as one of the Munchkinland soldiers who famously declared the Wicked Witch of the East "really most sincerely dead."
After "The Wizard of Oz," Carroll stepped back from acting to work as a carpenter and in other trades. He re-emerged in the public eye in the late 1980s, when he began attending Oz fan events and conventions, signing autographs and celebrating the film's enduring popularity.
Throughout his later years, Carroll was always quick to share stories of his time on the "Oz" set and expressed a deep appreciation for the joy the film had brought to so many. He passed away in 2009, but his contributions to one of the most beloved films of all time ensure that his legacy will live on for generations.