Why didnt Dorothy leave in the balloon with oz?
In the movie Toto ran off and she chased him. The balloon took off and she was unable to get back to it in time.
Dorothy Gale and her pet dog Toto are left behind when the Wizard leaves the lands and peoples of Oz. At the last minute, Toto jumps out of the basket. Dorothy runs after and catches Toto. But the two of them can't get back inside the basket before the hot air balloon takes off. And so it's only the Wizard who manages to leave by hot air balloon.
Yes, in the sense that Toto jumps out of the hot air balloon basket and Dorothy immediately jumps out too. Dorothy manages to catch Toto, but not in time to re-board the basket. The Wizard therefore takes off without his two passengers.
Dorothy Gale was in the hot air balloon with the Wizard and with her pet dog Toto. The three were planning to use the balloon to get back home to Kansas and Omaha, Nebraska. But Toto jumped out, Dorothy followed, and the two didn't get back in before the balloon took off. Only the Wizard therefore left Oz by balloon. Dorothy ended up using the magic power of the Wicked Witch of the East's slippers… Read More
Nothing. The Wizard of Oz tried to give Dorothy Gale and her pet dog Toto a ride back to Kansas, in his hot air balloon. But Toto jumped out of the basket, Dorothy ran after Toto, and the balloon took off before the two could get back into the basket.
Dorothy was going to get a ride, presumablly home to Kansas, from the Wizard. The Wizard had a hot air balloon set to take him back to Omaha, Nebraska. Dorothy and Toto boarded with him. But Toto jumped out, Dorothy went after the dog, and the balloon took off.
Answer #1 That question makes no sense. Dorothy or Toto? Answer #2 Dorothy and Toto. The Wizard of Oz tells Dorothy that he can leave the land of Oz. For he sees the Scarecrow as an excellent candidate for taking over Supreme Rule of the country. He invites Dorothy and Toto to leave with him. For he originally is from Omaha, Nebraska. So he knows the part of the United States where they live with… Read More
He tells Dorothy to kill the Wicked Witch, he tells Dorothy he's really a circus man from Topeka, he tells Dorothy he'll build a balloon and bring her back to Kansas.
What is written under 'State Fair' on the balloon by which the Wizard wants to take Dorothy home in 'The Wizard of Oz'?
"Omaha" is the word that is written under "State Fair" on the balloon by which the Wizard wants to take Dorothy home in "The Wizard of Oz." Specifically, this is an incident from the beloved 1939 film version but not the original 1900 book edition of "The Wizard of Oz." In the book, the Wizard originally comes from Nebraska and no longer has the original balloon by which he arrives in Oz. In the movie… Read More
The Wizard left the beautiful, enchanted, magical lands of Oz in the same way that he arrived. Many years before his meeting with Dorothy Gale, the Wizard had floated in on his hot-air balloon. Before Oz, he had lived in Nebraska. And so when he left Oz, he had on his balloon the letters 'State Fair Omaha'.
Nothing is what the Wizard does for Dorothy in "The Wizard of Oz." Specifically, the Wizard decides that he wants to go back home, in both the original 1900 book edition and the beloved 1939 film version of "The Wizard of Oz." He chooses to go back the same way he came to Oz: by hot-air balloon. He assures Dorothy Gale that she and her pet dog Toto can keep him company on the way… Read More
No, the Wizard doesn't take Dorothy Gale home in his hot air balloon. Dorothy's pet dog Toto tries to run away, Dorothy follows, and both miss their ride back to Kansas. The Wizard flies back to Omaha, but subsequently returns to the beautiful, enchanted, magical lands of Oz. But he doesn't come back to rule. The position that he leaves vacant is filled first by the Scarecrow and then by Princess Ozma.
That she is the main character is the reason why Dorothy Gale is the protagonist in "The Wizard of Oz." Specifically, the protagonist is the main character around whom all of the action centers and by whom the course of events is affected. The description fits Dorothy Gale. The storyline deals with what happens when she lands in the magical land of Oz and when she tries to leave.
Glinda the Good Witch of the West. The Wizard of Oz tries to help Dorothy, with his offer of sharing a hot air balloon ride out of the Land of Oz. But Toto jumps out of the basket, Dorothy runs after her, and the balloon takes off before the two can get back in. Glinda lets Dorothy know that she has had the means to get back home since the day of her arrival in… Read More
Oz appears to Dorothy as a giant head.
The thought that she may not get back home is what depresses Dorothy in "The Wizard of Oz." Specifically, Dorothy Gale wants to get back home to her family and life in Kansas. She is worried about her Uncle Henry and Aunt Em and as much as she likes her new friends in Oz, she ultimately does not fit in. Her depression gets worse when she is the prisoner of the Wicked Witch of the… Read More
Dorothy did not die in The Wizard of Oz.
In the original 1900 book edition, and the beloved 1939 film version, 'The Wizard of Oz' is resolved with Dorothy Gale and her pet dog Toto getting back to Kansas. The Wizard tries to achieve that purpose by inviting her to go back in his hot air balloon. But Toto jumps out, Dorothy gives chase, and the balloon takes off before either can get back into the basket. So it's Glinda the Good Witch who… Read More
What needed to happen for the film and the story to have ended with the Wizard of Oz and Dorothy in Kansas?
Toto needed not to have jumped out of the hot air balloon basket. Or Dorothy Gale needed to have been much much quicker about catching Toto and getting them both back into the basket. Or there needed to have been a way to slow the take-off of the balloon. Or the Wizard needed to jump out, and start all over again with another balloon! Or the Wizard and Dorothy needed to have worked out a… Read More
Son Hee-joon wrote Dorothy of Oz.
As a young man, the Wizard lives in the environs of Omaha, Nebraska . But one day his hot air balloon drifts away to the beautiful, enchanted, magical lands of Oz. There, he lives in the Emerald Palace that he built in the Emerald City of Oz. After meeting Dorothy Gale, her pet dog Toto, and her three friends, the Wizard leaves in a hot air balloon for Omaha, Nebraska.
The main problem that Dorothy faced was getting back home to Kansas. But other problems were finding this magical world of her adventures to be surrounded by a deadly desert that even the Winged Monkeys couldn't cross; getting to the Emerald City, to meet with the Wizard of Oz; destroying the Wicked Witch of the West; losing her way back to the Emerald City, from the Wicked Witch of the West's castle; realizing that the… Read More
Judy Garland was the first Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz.
Dorothy landed in Munchkinland in the eastern part of Oz.
Judy Garland played Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz.
Dorothy is from Kansas.
In the Wizard of Oz Dorothy seeks to go back to Kansas.
Judy Garland played the role of Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz.
Dorothy of Oz - film - was created in 2012.
Dorothy arrived to Oz inside her house.
Morgan Hallet has: Played Dorothy - english version in "Ozu no Mahotsukai" in 1986. Played Dorothy in "Ozu no Mahotsukai" in 1986. Played Dorothy in "The Marvelous Land of Oz" in 1987. Played Dorothy in "Ozma of Oz" in 1987. Played Dorothy in "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz" in 1987. Played Dorothy in "The Emerald City of Oz" in 1987.
The cast of Dorothy and the Scarecrow in Oz - 1910 includes: Marcia Moore as Dorothy
In the wizard of oz., Dorothy was from, and lived in Kansas. Which is why it looked so different when she got to Oz.
The duration of Dorothy Meets Ozma of Oz is 1680.0 seconds.
Dorothy Meets Ozma of Oz was created on 1987-11-18.
No, Dorothy Gale isn't a witch in 'The Wizard of Oz'. Instead, she's a human being who comes from Kansas. Later on, in book 3 'Ozma of Oz', Dorothy becomes a princess.
No Dorothy has no freckles on her face
Dorothy lives in Kansas.
Yes, Dorothy cooperates very well with the other characters in 'The Wizard of Oz.'
A tornado takes Dorothy Gale from Kansas to the land of Oz.
At the end of the movie The Wizard of Oz what city name is on the hot air balloon that the Wizard was going to take Dorothy home in?
Omaha. But there's a mistake. For the lettering reads State Fair, which is held in Lincoln, Nebraska.
it ends with the scarecrow being made king of Oz and Dorothy and "The Wizard" leaving in a hot air balloon. but then Toto jumps out of the basket as they are taking off and when Dorothy goes to retrieve him the wizard is unable to land again to let her back in. Glinda the good comes along and tells her that she can get home by clicking her heels together 3 times and saying… Read More
The meetings with the Wizard are complications in "The Wizard of Oz." Specifically, Dorothy and her pet dog Toto are told that they can get back to Kansas if they contact the Wizard in the Emerald City of Oz. Along with three traveling companions, they arrive at the Wizard's Emerald Palace. But they discover that he will help them only if they kill the Wicked Witch of the West. They kill the witch and return… Read More
Towards the end of the film, following the balloon inicdent Dorothy finds herself awake in her bedroom at home. the entire episode was, in layman"s terms, a Nightmare. This plot resolution automatically would preclude a sequel as the thing never happened outside fantasy land.
Dorothy was a young girl who lived on a farm in Kansas. She became a princess in The Emerald City of Oz.
Dorothy and the Witches of Oz - 2012 is rated/received certificates of: USA:PG
Dorothy Gale was played by Judy Garland .
A young girl named Dorothy gets caught in a tornado and brought to the magical land of Oz, where her house lands on the Wicked Witch of the East. The Good Witch of the North gives Dorothy the Wicked Witches magic silver shoes and tells her the Wizard who lives in the Emerald City in the center of Oz can send her home. Dorothy goes on a journey to meet the Wizard and ask him… Read More
in the oz book
The main characters in the book Dorothy and the Wizard of Oz are Dorothy, Eureka the stray kitten, Jim the cabhorse, the Wizard, and Dorothy's second cousin Zeb.