Get ready to have all your troubles melt like lemon drops.
Four newborns at Pittsburgh’s West Penn Hospital, part of the Allegheny Health Network, were dressed as characters from “The Wizard of Oz” in honor of the film turning 80.
“These AHN #munchkins are celebrating the 80th Anniversary of the #WizardOfOz at West Penn Hospital,” read an Instagram post the Allegheny Health Network shared Thursday. “Our hope for is that the dreams that they dare to dream really do come true.”
The Associated Press reports that the hospital’s Dorothy was portrayed by Genevieve Dunkin. Jack Minett was dressed as The Scarecrow, while Andrew Gianettino played the part of The Cowardly Lion. Wesley Lynch dressed in gray to be The Tin Man.
All can be seen in adorable close-ups shared in the Instagram post.
“The Wizard of Oz” was released 80 years ago Sunday.
In the film, Judy Garland played Dorothy. Ray Bolger (The Scarecrow), Bert Lahr (The Cowardly Lion) and Jack Haley (The Tin Man) were her companions to the Emerald City.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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