Time-lapse video filmed in Antarctica, in and around McMurdo Station and Scott Base.
Each year the sun is below the horizon for 4 months in the middle of winter, and above the horizon for 4 months in summer. During the couple of months in between we have more-or-less normal days.
Includes shots of auroras and nacreous clouds.
Summer population is about 1200 people, winter about 200.
This is “behind the camera” footage of the Jitterbug scene that went lost after being cut from the film.
The film originally contained an elaborate production number called “The Jitter Bug”, which cost $80,000 and took five weeks to shoot. In the scene, Dorothy, the Scarecrow, the Cowardly lion, and the Tin Woodsman are on their way to the Witch’s castle when they are attacked by “jitter bugs” – furry pink and blue mosquito-like “rascals” that give one “the jitters” as they buzz about in the air. When, after its first preview, the movie was judged too long, MGM officials decided to sacrifice the “Jitter Bug” scene. They reasoned that it added little to the plot and, because a dance by the same name had just become popular, they feared it might date the picture. The Witch still refers to the bug in the final film, just before telling the Monkeys to “Fly!” Only home movies of the filming of “The Jitterbug” survive, though the song is on current versions of both the soundtrack CD and the recent anniversary edition videotape. The sequence was also incorporated into a recent stage version of the musical.
This site has a series of photos of caterpillars gone wild in Sweden.
Celebrities are just so much more classy and smarter than the rest of us rabble.