The Wizard of Oz

The Wizard of Oz This is the full uncut screenplay of The Wizard of Oz one of the most influential and popular family films of all time When the movie was released in by MGM few could have foreseen that it wou

  • Title: The Wizard of Oz
  • Author: Noel Langley
  • ISBN: 9780571210930
  • Page: 171
  • Format: Paperback
  • This is the full, uncut screenplay of The Wizard of Oz, one of the most influential and popular family films of all time When the movie was released in 1939 by MGM, few could have foreseen that it would retain such enduring appeal Yet over 60 years on, a third generation is being raised on Dorothy s adventures with the Scarecrow, the Tin Man and the Munchkins This fullThis is the full, uncut screenplay of The Wizard of Oz, one of the most influential and popular family films of all time When the movie was released in 1939 by MGM, few could have foreseen that it would retain such enduring appeal Yet over 60 years on, a third generation is being raised on Dorothy s adventures with the Scarecrow, the Tin Man and the Munchkins This full version of the original screenplay is for families, schools and children s drama groups to enjoy.

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    1. The Wizard of Oz is a very enticing book to read. Every day Dorothy finds something new in the land of Oz. As Dorothy and her dog, Toto, approach the Emerald City, they meet the Scarecrow, Tinman, and the cowardly Lion. When they meet the Wizard he tells them to go to the Wicked Witch of the West. When they defeat her, Dorothy receives the Golden Cap which controls the Flying Monkeys. When the Wizard takes them back home, something goes wrong and the Wizard flies away without them. So they go to [...]

    2. THE WIZARD OF OZ (2 hours 5 minutes)The August 12, 1939 premiered Wizard of Oz film that most people cherish and love went through a rather laborious process to come to fruition from the initial publication of Frank L. Baum’s Oz book series. It was also devised as a direct competitor to Disney’s Snow White.Michael Patrick Hearn’s introduction in the first “published” version of the famous film’s “script” exposes a wide spectrum of harsh realities and information common folk proba [...]

    3. Extensive Listening & Reading 2Mathew's classMathew's class-about an hour and 30 minutes(12/8)-7 word summary:cyclone-house-wizard-friends-wish-home-dream-Discussion Questions:1.In this book, the girl Dorothy seemed like hero.She got the friends and stood against the wizard.Can you become like a hero or a leader?Answer:I'm afraid of magic or something strange.So I think her brave.2.Do you remember your dream?And what was your the most fantastic dream?Answer:Occasionally.I often dreamed my fr [...]

    4. what i mostly thought of this book was that it was better than the movie because it was more detailed,like for example it had said how the wwotw(wicked witch of the west)had transformed herself into the green girl.Also, the Wicked Witch's magic silver shoes are now Dorothy's, even though the exact nature of their magic is a mystery. All Dorothy wants, though, is to get herself and Toto back to Kansas before Aunt Em gets too worried, and no one has any idea how to make that happen. The Good Witch [...]

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