MANCHESTER - "The Wizard of Oz" was the crowning achievement of 1930s filmmaking. Largely considered the most viewed film of all time, its groundbreaking special effects, lavish sets and costume design, and glowing Technicolor make it a timeless classic.

How did this extraordinary film get made? Find out on Tuesday, March 25, at 7 p.m. (rescheduled from February) when Mark Skinner Library presents the feature-length documentary about the making of the wonderful Wizard of Oz.

The public is invited to come behind the scenes to discover the back-story of rotating directors, casting maneuvers, problems on the set, and more. Discover how this unprecedented production overcame the odds to become a movie classic and an integral part of our culture.

The program is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served.

Mark Skinner Library is located at 48 West Road in Manchester.

For more informaton, call 802-362-2607.