The Wiz 1978 , which starred as Dorothy and exchanged Kansas for , was another notable adaptation. The Scarecrow wants a brain so he will be smarter, the Tin Woodman wants a heart so he will be more empathetic, and the Cowardly Lion wants courage so he will be more brave. She has had bad experiences with dogs and lions. The Wizard of Oz The Wizard reveals himself to be a ventriloquist and balloonist from Omaha, Nebraska, who accidentally ended up in the land of Oz and was taken for a powerful sorcerer by its Munchkin inhabitants. So 'The Wizard of Oz' is a story of Humanity. After a brief introduction, we will go over a summary of the plot and a list of the characters.
In the story, she saves the citizens of Oz from being turned into decor objects by the evil. When they finally arrived at Oz, the Guardian at the Gate of the sparkling green city was surprised to hear that they wanted to see Oz, as no one had requested a visit for many years. An angered Dorothy throws a bucket of water at the witch, who then melts away to nothing. But she's openminded enough to see that there are exceptions, when so told in the cases of Toto and the Cowardly Lion. The other is Glinda the Good Witch , who is a beautiful redhead. Dorothy discovers how to defeat the Wicked Witch of the West when she angrily dumps a bucket of water on the witch, causing her to melt. The Princess wants to stay in her own country because there they can move freely.
His people were once free in the woods of the North but mischief got the better of them. Even though the Wizard doesn't have any real magic, he gives the Scarecrow, Tin Woodman, and Lion tokens that represent their desired attributes: brains, a heart, and courage, respectively. The Tin Woodman of Oz is the farmhand Hickory of Kansas. When the Woozy gets angry, it has the ability to flash fire with its eyes. It merely burns her in the musical — and she uses her feigned death as a way to escape with Fiyero, whom she had turned into the Scarecrow to prevent him from being tortured by the Wizard's soldiers. When Dorothy and her friends meet the Wizard of Oz again, he tries to put them off.
She is an orphan and lives with her aunt and uncle on their farm in Kansas, along with her dog, Toto. As Dorothy follows the yellow brick road, she meets a handful of people all suffering from lack of confidence: a Scarecrow, a Tin Woodman, and a Cowardly Lion. She is the estranged wife of the imprisoned Mr. Its smoky breath blankets the surrounding area like a thick, black with an aroma of and. The Wicked Witch of the West: The Wicked Witch of the West is the major antagonist in the story. He bounds out with a roar and knocks over the Scarecrow and then the Tin Woodman. The Scarecrow is stuffed with straw, and has a painted on face.
With the Wicked Witch dead, Dorothy inherits the Golden Cap. He was originally charged with taking Dorothy home from the train station by pulling a carriage driven by Dorothy's cousin. In The Tin Woodman of Oz, this was , and in Nick's new telling, she was directly enslaved by the Witch herself. The china Princess A beautiful girl made of china that Dorothy wishes to take home with her to Kansas. She tried to destroy them with various minions - forty wolves, crows and black bees - but each swarm was defeated. My favorite character in the 1939 film version of The Wizard of Oz is Glinda the Good Witch. And so the shoes get the two back home.
The Tin Woodman won the fight against the trees by chopping off branches. He traces his literary interests back to the inheritance of his grandparent … s, and the literary bent of his mother. In , a lion collector named King Mustafa seeks to capture him, while he seeks to restore his courage. The Tin Man was immobile and rusted, which is something many factory workers felt when many businesses began to shut down due to a national depression. In the 1925 film , he was played by. However, when they finally get to the Emerald City and meet the wizard, they discover he is just a fraud and that everything they had been searching for they can find within themselves. But the other main characters have different names in the Kansas and Oz dreamland sequences.
Not much later, she unexpectedly returns to Oz again, thus having several more adventures before permanently settling there as an official princess of Oz in the book 1910. The Stork rescued the Scarecrow from a pole in the middle of a deep, wide river. He is met in a forest where all of the animals, including Dorothy, the Tinman, and the Scarecrow fear him, except Toto. The Witch of the North gives Dorothy the silver shoes of the dead witch and advises her to go to the City of Emeralds to see the , who might help her return to Kansas. Cayke is a relatively simple woman, but she is honest except with the truth will hurt someone's feelings.
The third main event is the meeting of the three individuals who become good friends, and traveling companions, to Dorothy and Toto: the Tin Woodman, the Scarecrow, and the Cowardly Lion. The Guardian of the Gates had his own eponymous song, written in , in musical extravaganza, by Baum and composer , but it was cut after only two performances and never made it to , although the sheet music was published for consumer use. He then becomes Tip's companion for the rest of the book, and appears in several sequel books thereafter, including a titular appearance in 1929. This, of course, is only my opinion. But Dorothy threw a bucket of water on the Witch, who promptly melted into nothingness. The Emerald City therefore is Washington, D.