Who did Dorothy's house fall on?
What happened to Dorothy House in Wizard of Oz?In 1981 the city moved the house to the grounds of the Seward County Coronado Museum. The house was transformed into a replica of the house shown in the movie, and recognized by then-governor John Carlin as the official home of Dorothy Gale.
When it sets down in Oz on whom does Dorothy's house land?The Witch of the North informs her that she is in the land of the Munchkins, who are grateful to her for having killed the Wicked Witch of the East (the house having landed on the witch), thus freeing them.
Why did the Wicked Witch of the West hate Dorothy?She demands the Munchkins reveal who killed her sister, not long after Dorothy's arrival in Oz. She is described by Glinda the Good Witch of the North, not the South as in the book, as "worse than the other one". She actively seeks revenge against Dorothy for killing her sister, even though it was "accidental".
Is Glinda The Wicked Witch's Sister?She introduces herself as Glinda and explains that the true Wicked Witch is her half-sister, Evanora. Years ago, she poisoned their father, the King, so she could rule Oz uncontested. Before he died, the King predicted that a powerful Wizard would come and take his place.
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Who are the 4 witches of Oz?The Wiz: All four witches remain, but they get new names. The Wicked Witch of the East becomes Evvamean, the Good Witch of the North becomes Addaperle ("Miss One" in the movie version) and the Wicked Witch of the West becomes Evillene, while Glinda gets to keep her name.
Is Aunt Em and Glinda the same person?In the RSC version she and Glinda are both played by the same actress even though in the original movie they were played by two different actresses.
Why does the witch kiss Dorothy?She kisses Dorothy on the forehead, a magical act that serves to protect Dorothy on the journey, because "no one will dare injure a person who has been kissed by the Witch of the North".
Why didn t Glinda tells Dorothy?“You've always had the power,” Glinda, the good witch tells Dorothy at the end of her journey. When Dorothy asks why Glinda didn't tell her that before, Glinda replies that Dorothy wouldn't have believed her — she had to find out for herself. And like Dorothy, women today are on a heroine's journey.
Why didn t the winged monkeys harm Dorothy?They picked up the Lion and returned him to the witch's palace. The monkeys refused to harm Dorothy because she had the mark on her forehead left from where the Good Witch had kissed her.)
What happened to Dorothy's aunt?Her aunt, Emily Brown (Gina Stockdale) is the only person who believes her, and refuses to let her be admitted. However, Aunt Em dies, gifting Dorothy a puppy named Toto before she does. Years pass, and Dorothy returns to Oz.
What does Dorothy say at the end of the Wizard of Oz?In the end, Dorothy learns that the secret to getting back to Kansas is to click the heels of the Ruby Slippers together three times and say, "There's no place like home; there's no place like home . . ." (129). The film's interest in home is certainly not accidental.
What happened to Dorothy's parents?Answer and Explanation: In L. Frank Baum's story The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, published in 1900, it is not clear what happened to Dorothy's parents. Dorothy is an orphan who has come to live at the Kansas farm, owned by Uncle Henry and Aunt Em.
Why is Dorothy's aunt thin and gaunt?When Aunt Em came there to live she was a young, pretty wife. The sun and wind had changed her, too. They had taken the sparkle from her eyes and left them a sober gray; they had taken the red from her cheeks and lips, and they were gray also. She was thin and gaunt, and never smiled now.
Why did Dorothy get left behind when the cyclone hit the house?The wind had blown into the house and shut the trap door. Dorothy could not get into the cyclone cellar.
Why doesn t Dorothy make it to the cellar in time?The orphaned Dorothy lives on the Kansas prairie with her Aunt Em and Uncle Henry and her little black dog, Toto. When a cyclone hits, Dorothy is looking for Toto, so she doesn't get to the cyclone cellar in time.
Why did Dorothy click her heels 3 times?In the end, Glinda reveals that Dorothy can return home by simply closing her eyes, clicking the heels of the slippers together three times and repeating the phrase, "There's no place like home."
Who was The Wizard of Oz supposed to represent?The Wizard represents President William McKinley. “The Wizard in his Emerald City is none other than the evasive, hard-to-pin-down President William McKinley: '[h]e symbolizes the American criterion for leadership-he is able to be everything to everybody'” (Earle, 8).
What does the yellow brick road symbolize?The Yellow Brick Road represents strategy—how you will get there; the path you identify as the best, smartest way to accomplish your goal. And each of the shiny yellow bricks in the road represents an action step—the smaller tactics that go into executing your strategy.
Why does Dorothy click her heels together?Glinda, the Witch of the South tells Dorothy that her silver shoes have magical powers. All she has to do is click her heels together three times and command them to take her wherever she wants to go. So, with Toto in her arms, Dorothy clicks her heels together and wishes the shoes to take her home.
What are the last words of The Wizard of Oz?[last lines] Oh, but anyway, Toto, we're home – home! And this is my room – and you're all here – and I'm not going to leave here ever, ever again, because I love you all! And... oh, Auntie Em, there's no place like home!
What does Dorothy call her aunt?The Wizard of Oz (1939 film)
In this film she is referred to as "Auntie Em" (real name Emily), and urges Dorothy not to bother them with her concerns when she and Uncle Henry (Charley Grapewin) are counting chicks.