The Great Oz found a solution to their problems. But each time the Lion refuses. They land in Oz and discover that the house crushed a woman--the Wicked Witch of the East. She insists on taking Dorothy's dog Toto off to be euthanized because he's been chasing her cats. The citizens of Oz thought he was magical because he came from the clouds, and he's been feeding that misconception ever since, living the sweet wizard life.
For the Cowardly Lion, the Wizard provides a bowl filled with green gold liquid. The Tin Woodman builds a fire to inflate the balloon. Glinda then gives the Cap to the King of the Winged Monkeys. Dorothy and her friends Dorothy and her friends will not get their wishes so easily. They take the broomstick back to the Wizard, who suddenly gets a case of the Wait-A-Minutes instead of granting them their hearts' desires.
Jon Dodson and Bud Linn were among the voices for the Lollipop Guild. A silk heart stuffed with sawdust is put into his chest through the hole. It leaves a protective mark—remember that, because it will be important later. She then notices the Golden Cap and suggests that Dorothy use it to summon the Winged Monkeys. The Tin Woodman responds that the Wizard already has had plenty of time. Dorothy loses her temper, and drenches the Witch with a bucketful of water.
While the tree is shaking from pain, the other travelers pass by it. He is unhappy to see them return and is discovered by Toto to be an ordinary man behind a curtain with a bunch of tricks to make him appear to be a powerful wizard. Angelo , and Harry Wilson were Winkies. The Wizard steps into the basket, announces to the Ozites that he is going to visit a brother wizard in the clouds, and declares that in his absence the Scarecrow will rule over the land. He's also going to make a hot-air balloon to take Dorothy back to Kansas. The old lady told her that her name was the Witch of North and that she was good. And here's Aunt Em, who seems happy for once in her adult life! Baum wrote 13 more Oz books, and the series was continued by another writer after his death.
Oz tells them that no favours will be granted until the has been killed. Populists advocated for bimetallism the coining of both gold and silver , nationalizing the railroads, a graduated income tax, and a decrease in immigration. It's nothing personal; she just wants to go home. In Dorothy's dreamland sequences in the beautiful, enchanted, magical places in Oz, the Wizard lived in the Emerald Palace in the Emerald City. Dorothy is a girl that lives with her aunt Em and Uncle Henry in Kansas. Glinda sets Dorothy off on a journey on the Yellow Brick Road to find the wonderful Wizard of Oz. There they notice that everything below them and beyond the wall is made of china.
The book was a huge hit as soon as it was published in 1900 and was followed by more than a dozen sequels. But when it comes to Dorothy, the Wizard still is stumped. The Wicked Witch makes Dorothy do chores. She also finds that the Woodman had been human to begin with. In the eighteenth chapter , the Scarecrow suggests that Dorothy have the Winged Monkeys take her back to Kansas. They spend their first night on the road in a small abandoned house and find the Tin Woodman the following morning.
Both of them are butted down the hill that marks the boundary of the Hammerhead country. Before they left Dorothy found the diamond hat. He, the Tin Woodman, and the Cowardly Lion all decide to accompany her there. She just wanted to get back to her aunt and uncle. The Wizard gives a farewell speech at the time of the balloon launching. The Witch was furious and decided to send the crows but Scarecrow killed them all.
The two get the raft to shore. They put a little oil on his mouth so that he could speak. Remembering the days of low-skilled but highly paid factory work, many disenfranchised Americans struggle and look for someone to blame in a world that has changed and left them significantly out of the picture. When the witch spots them heading her way, she becomes enraged and decides to kill them. He did not respond immediately but later on he let them all in. However, by the late 20th century the 1939 film had become more than the book on which it was based. The scarecrow then flies in the air to get it back, which he does.