What is the purpose of the yellow brick road in wizard of oz?
Yes, the yellow brick road was in "The Wizard of Oz" (1939).
The brick road in The Wizard of Oz is colored yellow.
(Follow the Yellow Brick Road ) Follow the Yellow Brick Road. Follow the Yellow Brick Road. Follow, follow, follow, follow, Follow the Yellow Brick Road. Follow the Yellow Brick, Follow the Yellow Brick, Follow the Yellow Brick Road. 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… Read More
Are you serious? Who doesn't know this? The YELLOW brick road. Follow the yellow brick road!
There was no brick wall in The Wizard of Oz, but there was a yellow brick road.
In "The Wizard of Oz", Dorothy follows the yellow brick road to get to the Emerald City.
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The Yellow Brick Road
Yellow Brick road- this figures in a song.
No, yellow brick road is not capitalized in "The Wizard of Oz." Specifically, the phrase is not capitalized in the original 1900 book edition of "The Wizard of Oz." But it is capitalized in the script to the beloved 1939 film version of the children's story. Additionally, the phrase comes from the script instead of the book, where it tends to be called a road paved with yellow brick or a yellow brick path.
'The Yellow Brick Road'
The wizard of Oz
The Yellow Brick Road is in the fictional "Wizard of Oz" story. Dorothy is knocked unconscious and has a dream (which takes up the bulk of the story). In the dream, she follows the Yellow Brick Road to get to the Emerald City, also called Oz, to ask the wizard to help her get back home.
The Yellow Brick Road.
The Wizard Of Oz I think....
At the end of the yellow brick road.
The yellow brick road
Well it doesn't represent anything except that there is a brick road that is yellow and not any other color that Dorothy needs to follow.
In the Wizard of Oz, it is only a Golden BRICK road!
What is Glinda's quote about Dorothy starting her journey on the Yellow Brick Road in 'The Wizard of Oz'?
"It's always best to start at the beginning -- and all you do is follow the Yellow Brick Road" is Glinda the Good Witch's quote to Dorothy about starting her journey on the Yellow Brick Road" in "The Wizard of Oz." Specifically, this quote occurs in the beloved 1939 film version but not the original 1900 book edition of "The Wizard of Oz." Glinda indicates two ways to reach the Emerald City and ask the… Read More
Dorothy followed the yellow brick road because she was instructed to do so by Glenda the Good Witch. She was told that it would lead her to the Wizard of Oz who would help her get home.
In the Wizard of Oz the yellow brick road was gilded.
almost everyone including the slippers and yellow brick road
Dorothy is blown to Oz by a Tornado. She wants to find out how to get back home to Kansas, and the munchkins have told her that the Wizard would know. They tell her to follow the Yellow Brick Road. She sets off along the Yellow Brick Road to the Emerald City, where the Wizard lives, and runs into her friends along the way.
The Wizard of Oz
the lesson is that you should never fallow the yellow brick road
Get caught in a tornado and pray that you are hopefully transported to Oz. Follow the yellow brick road, and request an audience with the Wizard. Best of luck to you ;)
To get from Munchkin Country to the Emerald City in order to seek the aid of the Wizard of Oz.
the music was by Harold Arlen , and the lyrics were by E.Y. Harburg.
In the Oz books, there is only one color of brick road mentioned, and that is yellow. (Yellow, not gold.) In the famous movie version, however, there is also a red brick road, whose beginning spirals among the yellow one. It goes off in another direction, and we never find out where it goes. But perhaps it's telling in that Glinda's bubble appears to be following the red brick road as she leaves Munchkinland.
"we are going to see the wizard. the wonderful wizard of oz. because because because the wonderful things he does!" that's what they say when they skip down they yellow brick road
i believe it represents the gold standard, bc the wizard of oz was based off of the government
Dorothy, Toto(her dog), Tin man, Scarecrow and the Lion
no. no more exist. the last one that did exist was in Wizard of OZ..
at the start of the yellow brick road look very carefully i seen one, there my be more.
The songs 'Follow the Yellow Brick Road' and 'We're Off to See the Wizard' are what Dorothy Gale sings on her way to the Emerald City in the beloved 1939 film version of 'The Wizard of Oz'. The Yellow Brick Road leads her to the Emerald City, where the Wizard lives in his Emerald Palace. The Wizard needs to be seen, in order for Dorothy and her pet dog Toto to be able to get… Read More
That it is the means by which Dorothy's friends leave their limiting existence is the reason that the Yellow Brick Road symbolizes freedom in the movie "The Wizard of Oz." Specifically, the Lion is hiding in the nearby forest. The Scarecrow is posted in a nearby cornfield. The Tin Woodman is rusted in a nearby clearing in the woods. All three leave their self-limiting prisons under Dorothy's initiative and through the means of the Yellow… Read More
Enough to take Dorothy from Munchkinland to the Emerald City is the number of yellow stones in the Yellow Brick Road to "The Wizard of Oz." Specifically, the Yellow Brick Road provides round-trip travel between the Blue Munchkin Country in east Oz to the Emerald City in the center. No information is given in either the original 1900 book edition or the beloved 1939 film version as to any distances. One therefore can do no… Read More
It came from the mind of L. Frank Baum, the author of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, published in May 1900. In Baum's novel, the road of yellow bricks runs from Munchkin Country in the east of Oz, to the Emerald City where the Wizard of Oz lives.
The wizards palace is called Emrald palace which is in the town Oz. To get there you have to follow the yellow brick road.
Dorothy in the Wizard of Oz was told to follow the Yellow Brick Road. She had to do this in order to find the Wizard and return back home. She was told to follow it in a very cheery and upbeat song.
Given that the yellow brick road is fictitious, you can answer anything you like!
Yes, the prop that was the yellow brick road is still around.
The duration of Follow the Yellow Brick Road is 1.17 hours.
Well, no one actually even knows where the road is so no one is really sure. sorry
A yellow brick road is an idiomatic phrase for a path to find someone's hopes and dreams.
Follow the Yellow Brick Road was created on 1972-07-04.
The yellow brick road is a wall of yellow bricks that was established by King David before he died
When Dorothy steps to the beginning of the spiraling yellow brick road in 'The Wizard of Oz' where does the red road spiraling in the other direction lead to?
We never find out where the red road goes when Dorothy Gale starts down the yellow brick road in 'The Wizard of Oz'. No information is given in the original 1900 book edition or in the beloved 1939 film version. Nor do any of the subsequent books in Baum's series ever indicate the red road's direction or final destination.