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The DARK SIDE OF THE MOON cover connection

"The sum of the square roots of any two sides of an isosceles triangle
is equal to the square root of the remaining side."
-- The Scarecrow

On the left is the cover of the hit 1973 Pink Floyd DARK SIDE OF THE MOON album.

On the right is a still image from the opening scene of the 1939 MGM hit

Notice the triangle hanging from the tree -- just to the right of the tree. Notice also how the fence leads away from the triangle much like the rainbow leads away from the prism on the Pink Floyd album cover.

Was the album cover derived from, and in reference to, the triangle in this opening scene from the movie? Was it a cryptic clue from Pink Floyd?

...You decide.

The Pink Floyd Dark Side of the Moon image is Copyright 1973 -- Pink Floyd Management Ltd.
The image from the The Wizard of Oz movie is Copyright 1939, 1966 -- Warner Brothers Entertainment, Inc.
The copyrighted images are displayed here for comment, criticism, and informational purposes only [17 U.S.C. 107]. Neither Pink Floyd nor Warner Brothers are affiliated with this website.