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Certainly, that is the opinion of a group representing people of restricted growth.According to Irvine Welsh, who co-authored the play with his screenwriting partner Dean Cavanagh, when the pressure group learned of their plans to replace their members with able-bodied actors, they were outraged.
But the author of the cult book, Trainspotting, has written a new play about the Munchkins - the midgets who followed Judy Garland’s every step in the fictional land of Oz as she went on her adventures over the rainbow, meeting the Tin Man, the Scarecrow and the Cowardly Lion.
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Even Garland herself was sufficiently curious to go on a date with one of the most randy, although since she was so young, her mother insisted on joining her.
"Fair enough, two broads for the price of one," the tiny lothario replied, undaunted.
Made in 1939, the movie was then the last word in special effects, make-up, set design and costumes, not to mention the highpoint of Garland’s career.
Her breasts strapped down to hide her burgeoning figure, the 17-year-old former child star plays the little Kansas girl Dorothy, who with her dog, Toto, is whisked away by a tornado to a fantasy land where she follows the Yellow Brick Road, kills the Wicked Witch and meets the powerful Wizard.This was the height of Hollywood as Babylon, as the new play’s title reflects.Sex and glamour was the name of the game and the dwarves wanted their share.But Irvine Welsh’s new play, Babylon Heights, which premiered in San Francisco and is expected to open in London later this year, has already proved controversial because it has a bizarre twist.The dwarves of the movie are being played by full-sized actors, who only appear small because the scenery is so huge - provoking protests from disability groups that the play is insulting and exploitative.Naturally, as soon as they had money in their pockets, their behaviour did not improve.