Previous chapter: 22. The Country of the Quadlings. 23. Glinda The Good Witch Grants Dorothy's Wish. Before they went to see Glinda, however, they were taken to a room of the Castle, where Dorothy washed her face and combed her hair, and the Lion shook the dust out of his mane, and the Scarecrow patted himself into his best shape, and the Woodman polished his tin and oiled his joints The Golden Cap of the Wicked Witch of the West is what Glinda wants from Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz.Specifically, Glinda the Good seeks the cap for five reasons. The first through third reasons.
Glinda is never without her wand in the movie, and the magical transfer of the Ruby Slippers to Dorothy is only one of the scenes where it appears. The wand directs Dorothy to the beginning of the Yellow Brick Road. And the wand is waved as Dorothy begins to say, There's no place like home Did Glinda learn some dark magic, giving her the power to kill Gingema from afar? We know for a fact upon meeting Dorothy, Glinda immediately transferred the ruby slippers to Dorothy feet to keep.
However, Glinda was really the villain of the movie. There are a few reasons as to why Glinda is thought to be the bad witch. Dorothy's house is dropped on the Good Witch of the East. A party featuring little people breaks out after Glinda asks Dorothy if she is a good or a bad witch After many viewings of THE WIZARD OF OZ, Ive come to believe that Glinda (the self-proclaimed Good Witch) had NO RIGHT to give the ruby slippers that belonged to the deceased Witch of the East to Dorothy, whose arrival in the Land of Oz was instrumental in the Witch of the Easts death. As the nex.. Glinda must have known the Wizard wasn't just going to zip Dorothy home, in fact didn't even have the ability to get her home at all. Plus, Glinda had already handed Dorothy the way to get. Well, you see you might not have heard of this but The Wonderful Wizard of Oz? It was a book 39 years before it was a movie. True story! And quite a lot was changed from the book to make it into a cheesy 1939 musical adventure for kids. Quite a.
Glinda knows Dorothy will awaken to her full potential and become self-sufficient only by facing each hex and hoax head-on. This cinematic Glinda is not only a sorceress then, but also a sage As Dorothy could not get into the balloon to go back home, she had to move to the South to meet the Good Witch of the South. For getting the witch, Dorothy needs to cross the Quadlings, and for that, she had to call Flying Monkeys, who could carry her along with her friends through the Quadlings Glinda, who appears at this point, is Dorothy's idealized version of her mother, glimmering and beautiful, but ultimately, unable to help her. At the same time Glinda appears, so appears the Wicked Witch of the West, upset that Dorothy killed my sister, and demanding the slippers the Wicked Witch of the East had Maybe Glinda the Good Witch had the power to just fast-forward Dorothy and Toto on a first class, non-stop flight directly to Kansas all along, without the aid of the Wizard. But what we do know for a fact is that Glinda, like a good mentor, had a valuable lesson to teach Dorothy — self-empowerment
Glinda performs the functions of not only the novel's Good Witch of the North and Good Witch of the South, but also the novel's Queen of Field Mice, by being the one who welcomes Dorothy to Oz, sends her off to see the Wizard, and orchestrates her rescue from the deadly poppy field in addition to revealing the secret to going back home But Glinda (Billie Burke), the Good Witch of the North, gives Dorothy the dead witch's enchanted Ruby Slippers, and the slippers protect her. Glinda advises that if Dorothy wants to go home to Kansas, she should seek the aid of the Wizard of Oz, who lives in the Emerald City. To get there, Dorothy sets off down the Yellow Brick Road
The Wizard of Oz Quiz. 1. Why did Miss Gulch want to take Toto away? She said he bit her. She wanted to sell him for money. She wanted him for herself. He ripped her clothes. 3. The Scarecrow's plan to save Dorothy involved the Lion going in to save her The Glinda wand measures 56.50 inches. That's long-almost five feet long. Why did the movie producers want it to be this length? Did it help Billie Burke move in a more restrained and regal way? That's a good question. Maybe Billie Burke is taller than we think. It doesn't dwarf her when she carries it
DOROTHY: Follow the Yellow Brick Road? MUNCHKIN 1: Follow the Yellow Brick Road. MUNCHKIN 2: Follow the Yellow Brick Road. MUNCHIKIN 3: Follow the Yellow Brick Road. (all sing) We're off to see the Wizard The Wonderful Wizard of Oz You'll find he is a whiz of a Wiz If ever a Wiz there was. If ever oh ever a Wiz there was The Wizard of Oz Is one. In the Broadway musical The Wiz, Glinda is the Good Witch of the South, as she appears in the Oz books. She appears only once at the end of the musical to help Dorothy return to Kansas from the Land of Oz. Glinda is the sister of Addaperle (Abrakadabra), Evillene (Sadista), and Evvamean, the other three witches of Oz Political interpretations of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz include treatments of the modern fairy tale (written by L. Frank Baum and first published in 1900) as an allegory or metaphor for the political, economic, and social events of America in the 1890s. Scholars have examined four quite different versions of Oz: the novel of 1900, the Broadway play of 1901, the Hollywood film of 1939, and the. Glinda the Good Witch said that Dorothy Gale was wearing a powerful pair of slippers. The slippers had come off the feet of the Wicked Witch of the East, who had died by being struck albeit.
Why did Dorothy wear red shoes? Sixteen-year-old Judy Garland wore these sequined shoes as Dorothy Gale in the 1939 film classic The Wizard of Oz. In the original book by L. Frank Baum, Dorothy's magic slippers are silver; for the Technicolor movie, they were changed to ruby red to show up more vividly against the yellow-brick road This is the transcript for Pooh's Adventures of The Wizard of Oz. 1 Opening/Meeting Dorothy 2 Somewhere Over the Rainbow/Miss Gulch 3 Dorothy runs away/Mr. Marvel/Tornado 4 Entering Oz/Meeting Glinda/Ding Dong! The Witch is Dead 5 The Wicked Witch of the West appears/Follow the Yellow Brick Road 6 Meet the Scarecrow/If I only have a Brain 7 Meet the Tin Woodsman/If I only have a Heart 8 Meet. The nice witch Glinda then explains to Dorothy that to find out about getting back home she needs to follow the yellow brick road and ask the Wizard of Oz. Along her way down the yellow brick road Dorothy meets some new friends who all have something they want to ask the great wizard. However, when they finally get to the Emerald City and meet. So why did Glinda send Dorothy to the Wizard in the first place? Maybe we'll never know. But we think it's pretty convenient that by the end of the movie not only are both chief rivals of the so-called 'Good Witch' dead, but the ruler of Emerald City was out of the picture as well, leaving just one beloved and fully powerful Witch in his place
5. What did the Tin Woodman want Oz to do for him? 6-7. How and why did the Woodman become the Tin Woodman? 8. Why doesn't the Tin Woodman marry the munchkin girl? Chapter 6--The Cowardly Lion 1. Who did Dorothy, the Scarecrow, and the Tin Woodman meet next while traveling down the Yellow Brick Road? 2. What did Dorothy do to the Cowardly Lion? 3 The Wizard of Oz: Dorothy is the Wicked Witch of the East (Kind of) At the end of the film, (spoilers for an 80 year old movie) Dorothy wakes up surrounded by her family and friends, remarking that a few of them were actually in her dream (You were there, and you were there...). Oz is one of Hollywood's famous It was all just a dream endings Dorothy wanted to go home and the witch most likely wanted to enslave all of Oz. Glinda didn't tell Dorothy how to use them because later she said she had to find out herself. Dorothy had to first go and find what she wanted. In the book the silver shoes must have had incredible power Scarecrow: Then why didn't you tell her before? Glinda: She wouldn't have believed me. She had to learn it for herself. Scarecrow: What have you learned, Dorothy? Dorothy: Well, I—I think that it, that it wasn't enough just to want to see Uncle Henry and Auntie Em — and it's that — if I ever go looking for my heart's desire again, I won't. Glinda You don't need to be helped any longer. You've always had the power to go back to Kansas. Dorothy I have? Scarecrow Then why didn't you tell her before? Glinda Because she wouldn't have believed me. She had to learn it for herself. Tin Man What have you learned, Dorothy? Dorothy Well, I - I think that it - that it wasn't enough just to.
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz: 15. The Discovery of Oz, the Terrible. Previous chapter: 14. The Winged Monkeys. 15. The Discovery of Oz, the Terrible. The four travelers walked up to the great gate of Emerald City and rang the bell. After ringing several times, it was opened by the same Guardian of the Gates they had met before WIZARD OF OZ- DOROTHY (Choose one) 1. (Miss Gulch has just stolen Toto away from Dorothy, Dorothy speaks her mind to those around her. She is extremely upset)I don't care I never want to see any of you again, ever, ever, ever! Toto was the only friend I had in the world. Now I got no-one to play with Glinda sees what is going on and casts a good spell, causing it to snow, which wakes Dorothy up. Snow is a symbol for purity, as purity is often the solution to breaking out of an addiction or vice. However, too much purity can be overwhelming to some at the wrong moment, as the Tin Man, confronted with purity is too weak and rusts again, but. The slippers have magically transferred from the Wicked Witch of the East to Dorothy's feet and Glinda warns Dorothy, Keep tight inside of them — their magic must be very powerful, or she wouldn't want them so badly! Later, it's the ruby slippers on Dorothy's feet that become the code to open the door to Oz Dorothy and the others discover that the Wizard is a fraud; he is a man who has maintained a façade by using trickery. Then the Wizard builds a balloon to carry Dorothy and himself back home, but Dorothy misses the launch and is left behind. Unsure what to do next, Dorothy decides to visit Glinda, the Witch of the South. Chapters Nineteen.
. She lives with her aunt and uncle on a small farm in Kansas. Her best friend is her. *Silver Shoes With Pointed Toes* You are very kind, but there must be some mistake. I have not killed anything in all my life! Said Dorothy. Your house did, anyway, replied the little old woman, with merry laugh, and that is the same thing my child, see! she continued, pointing her wand to the corner of the old farmhouse. That is all that is left of the Wicked Witch of the East. Dorothy: Oh will you help me?Can you help me? Glinda, the Good Witch of the North: You don't need to be helped any longer.You've always had the power to go back to Kansas. You've had it all along. Dorothy: I have? The Scarecrow: Then why didn't you tell her before? Glinda, the Good Witch of the North: Because she wouldn't have believed me. She had to learn it for herself Dorothy Gale is the protagonist of the broad Oz novels, written by L. Frank Baum. Her first appearance was in The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. She is an ordinary girl from Kansas who runs away from home when her nasty neighbor Miss Gulch threatens to file a lawsuit to take/demolish her family's farm and tries to kill her dog Toto. But when a kind gypsy named Professor Marvel convinces her that her.
. . . the Witch began to shrink and fall away. See what you have done! she screamed. In a minute I shall melt away. I am very sorry, indeed, said Dorothy, who was truly frightened to see the Witch actually melting away like brown sugar before her eyes Glinda the Good, lovely Sorceress of the Land of Oz and friend of Princess Ozma and Dorothy, has lots of personal acquaintances who want to know more about her. So, in the new Oz story, Mr. L. Frank Baum, Royal Historian of Oz, has written a whole book about how Glinda and the Wizard worked with all thei Dorothy took Glinda's hand, but when the girl almost tripped when she tried to take a step. The abuse from the field mouse army had shredded her boots' laces, and the hole-ridden soles were coming off the welts, revealing the toes of her striped stockings
Dorothy didn't want us to fall asleep like she did in the movie! Once we arrive in the Land of Oz, the all knowing wizard greets us and gives the Tin Man a heart, the Scarecrow gets a brain, and the Cowardly Lion receives his courage. Dorothy, of course, clicks her heels and we all join her in saying, There's no place like home! Dorothy Gale is a character from the Wicked Years novels and originally the adolescent protagonist/heroine from the Oz books by author L. Frank Baum. However, In the story of Wicked, Dorothy is the deuteragonist. The protagonist being the Wicked Witch of the West, the original antagonist from Baum's first Oz book from 1900, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, and the iconic MGM musical film from 1939. Dorothy, along with Glinda, has grown mad with power, and it's up to Gumm, and The Revolutionary Order of the Wicked, to bring Oz back to its former glory. Oh, yeah, and to off the pig-tailed one. WHY THEN - OH, WHY CAN'T I? IF HAPPY LITTLE BLUEBIRDS FLY BEYOND THE RAINBOW WHY, OH, WHY CAN'T I? SCENE 2 MISS GULTCH I want to see you and your wife right away about Dorothy. UNCLE HENRY Dorothy? Why, what has Dorothy done? MISS GULTCH What's she done? I can barely walk from the bite on my leg! That dog's a menace to the community.
1. read chapter 23 and answer the following questions. 1. What does Glinda want from Dorothy?. 2. What does Glinda tell the monkeys to do with the Scarecrow?. 3. What does Glinda tell the monkeys to do with the Tin Woodman?. 4. What does Glinda tell the monkeys to do with the Lion?. 5. Who does Glinda give the Golden Cap to?. 6. Why does Glinda give the Golden Cap away The Stock Parody Off to See the Wizard is almost invariably derived from this version of the story.. While this version is by far the most well known, and much more well known than the book it is based on, it is not the only, or even the first film adaptation. There were several silent adaptations, the oldest surviving of which is from 1910. That, curiously enough, was based on a 1902 stage. Dorothy'll have to go see the Wiz! DOROTHY: Who? ADDAPERLE: Sweet thing, let me tell you 'bout The world and the way things are--a You've come from a different place And i know you've traveled far--a Now that you've told me what it is I'd better point you toward the wiz. He's the wiz He's the only one Who could give your wish right to y Why did Dorothy slap the lion? When he tries to bite Toto, Dorothy slaps him. She calls the Lion a coward and the Lion admits that he is. The Cowardly Lion joins her so that he can ask The Wizard for courage, ashamed that he is not brave enough to play his cultural role of the King of the Beasts
Glinda looked at the records several times each day, and Dorothy, whenever she visited the Sorceress, loved to look in the Book and see what was happening everywhere. Not much was recorded about the Land of Oz, which is usually peaceful and uneventful, but today Dorothy found something which interested her 5 STAYED THE SAME: Dorothy & Friends Travel To The Emerald City. Glinda tells Dorothy that the only person in the land who can help her return is the Wizard of Oz, residing in the incredible Emerald City. On her way there, she comes across a rusty Tin Woodman, a trapped Scarecrow, and the Cowardly Lion
Revealing mistake: When the Wicked Witch scares the Munchkins in Munchkinland, where Dorothy lands, she disappears into a cloud of smoke she creates. But you can see her sneak down into a trap door below. [As a sidenote to this entry, Margaret Hamilton was hospitalized for severe burns after a take of this shot (not the final one used) when the stage elevator got stuck and the explosion went. Released in 1939 and starring Judy Garland, The Wizard of Oz tells the story of Dorothy and her trusty canine companion Toto who, along with their house, were whisked away by a passing cyclone to the magical land of Oz. Upon crash landing in Oz, Dorothy was greeted by a party of jolly Munchkins and Glinda, the Good Witch of The North So Glinda said that only bad witches are ugly but was asking Dorothy whether she was a good witch or a bad witch. Talk about Glinda the Shady Bitch. #TheWizardOfOz #TCMParty. 12:26 AM - 06.
Dorothy went on, standing this time on her right foot. Hello! replied the Tin Woodman calmly. Ziz-zy, zuz-zy, zik! said Dorothy, who was now standing on both feet. This ended the saying of the charm, and they heard a great chattering and flapping of wings, as the band of Winged Monkeys flew up to them The Scarecrow asks Glinda why she didn't tell Dorothy earlier that she could get back to Kansas, and Glinda responds with this statement. She wanted Dorothy to learn something while she was in Oz, and she didn't want to just make things easy for her. There's no place like home. Dorothy What 'The Wizard of Oz' Taught Me About Life. By Dena Ross. It's hard to believe, but The Wizard of Oz, one of the most beloved movies of all time, celebrates its 71st birthday next month The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, children's book written by L. Frank Baum and first published in 1900. A modern fairy tale with a distinctly American setting, a delightfully levelheaded heroine, and engaging fantasy characters, the story was enormously popular and became a classic of children's literature
HEEHEEHEEHEE!!!!! Dorothy: Oh my! Me: You gonna eat that dog? Glinda: You must travel to the Land Of Oz and see The Wizard. Only he can send you home. Dorothy: Okay Toto! Let's go see The Wizard! Me: S—. Anyway, Monday Night Raw starts Dorothy: We're off to see The WizardThe Wonderful Wizard Of O(punches Dorothy) As Glinda the Good Witch, donning a dress courtesy of Top Chef: Just Desserts. She sings one of my favorite hits, Gratuitous Song #6, which is an extremely long-winded way of telling Dorothy. [Dorothy, the Scarecrow, and the Tin Man watch as the Wicked Witch of the West vanishes into a fireball] Scarecrow: I'm not afraid of her! I'll see you get safely to the Wizard now, whether I get a brain or not. Stuff a mattress with me. Ha! Tin Woodsman: I'll see you reach the Wizard, whether I get a heart or not. Beehive, bah
Dorothy knows that Professor Marvel is a charlatan when she meets him, but she is grasping at straws at that point. He is the false path, as the Wizard was the false path to get home. Miss Gulch is, of course, personified in the Wicked Witches. Glinda is probably Auntie Em, or rather the Auntie Em that Dorothy wishes she were Ev'rybody trusts Ozma, exclaimed Dorothy. She is true and honest, and your wicked Queen will be sorry she insulted the powerful Ruler of all the Land of Oz. The Queen does not know me yet, said Ozma, but I want you to know me, Lady Aurex, and I want you to tell me why you, and all the Skeezers, are unhappy Dorothy: [has just arrived in Oz, looking around and awed at the beauty and splendor] Toto, I've a feeling we're not in Kansas any more. Dorothy: [after a pause] We must be over the rainbow! [a bubble appears in the sky and gets closer and closer. It finally lands, then turns into Glinda the Good Witch wearing a spectacular white dress and crown, holding a wand Dorothy did not know what to say to this, for all the people seemed to think her a witch, and she knew very well she was only an ordinary little girl who had come by the chance of a cyclone into a strange land. When she had tired watching the dancing, Boq led her into the house, where he gave her a room with a pretty bed in it
The Wizard Of Oz by Noel Langley Florence Ryerson and Edgar Allen Woolf Cutting Continuity Script Taken From Printer's Dupe Last revised March 15, 1939 FADE IN -- Title: For nearly forty years this story has given faithful service to the Young in Heart; and Time has been powerless to put its kindly philosophy out of fashion As with Wicked, which famously cut many of the scenes that did not involve the contrasting duo of Glinda and Elphaba, so Tootsie is heavily focused on Michael and Dorothy The Wizard of Oz (1939) is everybody's cherished favorite, perennial fantasy film musical from MGM during its golden years. It was first re-released in 1949, and then in 1955, and then for many seasons, it was featured regularly on network TV as a prime time event (its first two showings were on CBS television on November 3, 1956 and in December, 1959) Written by L. Frank Baum and first published in 1900, The Wizard of Oz (or The Wonderful Wizard of Oz) is one of the best-known children stories in American literature that has been translated or adapted into more than fifty languages. The story of Oz is a classic because it blends elements of traditional magic, humor, timeless characters and delight They arrived in Munchkin Land in the Land of Oz. Dorothy had just arrived herself. She was greeted By Glinda the good witch of the north and all the munchkins. Then the wicked witch of the west arrived to claim her dead sisters ruby slippers but Glinda quickly transports them onto Dorothy. The wicked witch swears revenge on Dorothy. Glinda then tells her to follow the yellow brick road to the.
In Search Of Dorothy takes place about twenty years after Dorothy went back to Kansas, and Scarecrow is now Emporer of Oz with the help of Tin Woodman, and the Lion as the Captain of the Guard. Scarecrow longs to see Dorothy again, and develops a Tornado Travel Machine to try to find her in Kansas