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MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. — If you open up a Google window and search “The Wizard of Oz,” the results page will seem pretty average – that is, until you click on the ruby slippers appearing next to the movie’s name.

Voila! You’ve been whirl-winded back in time to a search results page far, far away that appears in black and white.

Oh my! This is terrifying! Take me back to the present where there’s color on my screen!

Fear not. Just hit that little twisting tornado to return where you came from.

Why is Google playing games with our search page? Aug. 25 is the 80th anniversary of the classic musical fantasy.

Judy Garland starred as Dorothy Gale, the girl from Kansas who had dreams of going “somewhere over the rainbow.” She and her dog Toto made an enemy — the Wicked Witch of the West — after her dreams came true and sent her to a magical world through a tornado.

But she also got to snag a pair of sparkly ruby slippers (which, by the way, they were stolen in real life but found 13 years later).

“The Wizard of Oz” was the winner of Academy Awards for the classic song, “Over The Rainbow” and for best score.