Leonardo DiCaprio is a friend of Dorothy with a passion for women's shoes ... but there's more to the story, we assure you. The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences announced today that DiCaprio led a group of angel donors (including Steven Spielberg) to purchase a pristine set of ruby slippers used in The Wizard of Oz, which will be put on display at the Academy's new Los Angeles museum. "Leo’s passionate leadership has helped us bring home this legendary piece of movie history," said Academy CEO Dawn Hudson in a statement. "It’s a wonderful gift to the Academy museum project, and a perfect representation of the work we do year-round to preserve and share our film heritage." How sweet!