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Karl Slover is 93 today. He is one of the four living â€œMunchkinsâ€ from The Wizard of Oz (1939).
My cousin works at a vet clinic, here is her co-worker holding a 32 pound cat.
33,000 people live in here, in only 6.5 acres of land.
My little brother sent this to me after I left the house.
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Ah, the humour.
Karl Slover is 93 today. He is one of the four living Munchkins from The Wizard of Oz (1939).
Karl Slover was actually born on 21st September 1918. He is a Slovak-born American actor and one of the last surviving munchkins from the 1939 film The Wizard of Oz the other three being Jerry Maren, Margaret Williams Pellegrini and Ruth Robinson Duccini.
A lifelong bachelor, Slover resides in Dublin, Georgia.
This photo was taken in June 2006.
Slover was born as Karl Kosiczky in Prakovce, Slovakia (then Prakfalva, Kingdom of Hungary). Diagnosed at an early age with pituitary dwarfism, Slover was barely two feet tall by his eighth birthday. Dwarfism was not a family trait; his father stood six feet six inches, and his mother was just a few inches shorter. Slover's father went to great lengths to make Slover taller including taking him to Hungary where doctors fixed stretchers to his arms and legs.
When Slover was just nine years old, his father sent him to work for a traveling midget show based out of Berlin, Germany. After working with the show for several years, Slover moved to the United States where he joined another traveling show. It wasn't long before Slover began appearing as midgets in films like The Terror of Tiny Town, Block-Heads, Bringing Up Baby, and They Gave Him a Gun.