Transcript: Born in Kansas The Cowardly Lion The Tin Man Moved to Oz The Scarecrow Characters in The Wizard of Oz Dorothy The Wizard Killed Wicked Witch Returned to Kansas
Transcript: 1Nounchuken: It was so sad,but now she’s dead.Yea! Wendy:Well I didn’t mean to kill her Pronoun Witch: “Nonsense sweetie. Hi I’m Wanda the pronoun witch.I’m a good witch. I can spin out pronouns like these: I, you, he, she, it, they, we, me, you, him, her, it, us, them.. Pronouns can be used to give these nouns a break some times. They gets real tired! Wendy: “ Well I should be on my way.” All the nouns of nounland: “ Good bye wendy.” Narrator: “While Wendy was on her journey ,she saw a very weird scarecrow.” SCENE 3 Wendy: “Oh who are you?” Scarecrow: “ I’m a scarecrow, well I think I am.” “ See I don’t have a brain.” Wendy: “ Don’t have a brain?” Scarecrow: “ Yea I wasn’t like this until the preposition witch.” “ I guess when she said: Preposition witch: (points at the scarecrow) “ Make this scrarecrow have minus one brain.” Scarecrow: “Then I lost my brain. I’m the conjunction guy too. I don’t have a brain, BUT I would like to have one. Results SCENE 2 SCENE GUY Realisation Wendy: “Why should I learn this, I mean I don’t want to learn the 8 parts of speech.” Grandma: “Wendy you have to learn the 8 parts of speech . How are you going to talk right?” Grandpa: “Yes ,please listen to her because she been talking since we met.” Grandma : “Oh be quiet!” Narrator: “Wendy storms to her room.” Wendy: “Toto why do I have to learn the 8 parts of speech?” Narrator: “An earthquake starts.” Grandma: “Wendy come on let’s get to the safe house!” (RUNS TO WENDY) Wendy: “Wait! I have to go get Toto.” Grandma: “No Wendy!!” Narrator: “Wendy goes to get Toto. The house starts to move. It turned out to be a tornado. My bad don’t get mad.” Scene guy: “ Yo where is scene two (finds scene on his back) now it’ scene two, and stay in school.” Wendy: “Where are we?” Narrator: “Wendy figures out that she’s in noun land.” 1Nounchuken: “You’re in noun land. Hi I’m person.” 2Nounchuken: “Hi I’m places.” 3Nounchuken: “And I’m thing.” All nounchukens: “And we’re the noun brothers.” 1Nounchuken: “And you just killed the interjection witch.” 2Nounchuken: “She kept shooting out interjections on us.” 3Nounchuken: “Like aha, ahem, ahh, ahoy, alas, arg, aw bam, bingo, blah, boo, bravo, brrr.”
Transcript: 1939 Victor Fleming L. Frank Baum Judy Garland Frank Morgan Ray Bolger Bert Lahr Jack Haley Merry Old Land of OZ TECHNICOLOR Silver Ball Bubble Midgets Soundstage Two Dimensional World Horse of a Different Color Carried Away Sepia Stage Theatre Techniques Miniatures Repurposing Items Film Overlap
Transcript: John turner Wizard of Oz populist movement the populist party in the late 1800's wanted a bimetal standard-silver and gold used as the standard for U.S currency they believed a bimetal standard would increase the amount of paper money therefore increasing income and prices the bankers and industrialists in the west controlled the gold so they wanted an only gold standard the traditional gold standard was dropped during the civil war but was re-instated in 1879 after the Civil War Americas economy was expanding in the late 1800's and there was a need for more currency many believe that Baum's settings and characters reflected on the time period Characters Dorothy- the American people Many sonsider Dorothy to represent the American people during this time: kind and good natured Toto- the prohibition party Toto is thought to represent the prohibition party because they favored the bimetal standard, and cold be led in the wrong direction OZ- an ounce of gold Oz represents an ounce of gold because oz is the sign for ounce and it is not all that it is led up to be yellow brick road- path of gold bricks the yellow brick road represents the path of gold bricks because it leads to nowhere Silver Shoes- bimetal standard the silver shoes represent the bimetal standard because they walk on the yellow brick road and are silver Good witch of the North- populist stronghold Good witch of the south- populist stronghold Wicked witch of the east- eastern bankers and industrialists Wicked witch of the west- populist movement in the west William Mckinley was from Ohio Munchkins- slaves of eastern industrialists Scarecrow- western farmers populists Tin woodman- eastern worker victim of eastern mechanization Cowardly lion- William Jennings Brian a leader of the bimetal standard Emerald City- Washington D.C- greenbacks Wizard- President Mckinley and his advisor Marcus Hanna many false promises and hot air (balloon) Wizards gifts- courage, brains, heart, all faked More than just a childs tale? fgcfhdfhfg kjsADJhdfas;jkhdflkh dsf;kjhkjhdsglkjhdhjdjhdsflkjdsfjfdjkgjkjkgjkdsfjkdfslkjsdhflgkjsfdhlgkjsdhfgkljsdfhl The End gfdshsdghgfsg fgh
Transcript: Lion, darling -- I knew you'd come! DOROTHY I -- I didn't mean to kill her....really I didn't! It's...it's just that he was on fire! TIN MAN Oh, see - I killed it. Oh, I killed that poor little honey bee! AUNT EM Now, Dorothy, dear, stop imagining things. You always get yourself into a fret over nothing. DOROTHY No -- AUNT EM Now, you just help us out today, and find yourself a place where you won't get into any trouble. I'd be brave as a blizzard -- TIN MAN It's only a man without a head who could do a thing like that. Poor little bee. V. The munchkins represent Dorothy in a smaller sense, and cheer her and her companions on as they embark on their journey. They sing in joy that the witch went down where the goblins go after Dorothy killed her, because Dorothy feels guilty and didn't mean to kill either of the witches. Down "low" represents Dorothy's unconscious where her suppressed memories are stored. Ohhh -- you cursed brat! Look what you've done! I'm melting! Melting! Oh -- what a world -- what a world! Who would have thought a good little girl like you could destroy my beautiful wickedness!? Ohhh! Look out! Look out! I'm going. Ohhhh! Ohhhhhh.... PROFESSOR No, no -- now don't tell me. They -- they don't understand you at home. They don't appreciate you. You want to see other lands -- big cities -- big mountains -- big oceans -- DOROTHY But, how do I start for Emerald City? GLINDA It's always best to start at the beginning -- and all you do is follow the Yellow Brick Road. LION ...up! Which one of you first? I'll fight you both together if you want! I'll fight you with one paw tied behind my back. I'll fight you standing on one foot. Oh, don't worry about me. I'm all right. We must worry about Dorothy. TIN MAN I haven't got a heart But I got a palpitation. III. Dorothy's wish to leave Kansas and be sent to another world led her to lush, green kingdom of Oz, the complete opposite of her home. When her house crashed onto the evil witch and she dried up, it represented her crushing the wicked side of her Aunt. ALL That's how we laugh the day away In the Merry Old Land of Oz! Scarecrow Brain Now, let' s see -- this goes -- Oh, I wish I were better at puzzles. In another hour, I'll be King of the Forest. DOROTHY Your Majesty, if you were king You wouldn't be afraid of anything? LION Not nobody, not nohow! DOROTHY Are you gonna stand around And let 'em fill us full of horror? DOROTHY I'll be home in time for supper! SCARECROW Did you hear that? He'll announce us at once! I've as good as got my brain! TIN MAN From now on, we're on enemy ground. You should have something to protect yourself with. DOROTHY I don't like this forest! It's -- it's dark and creepy! SCARECROW Of course, I don't know, but I think it'll get darker before it gets lighter. Tin Man Heart 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 look any further than my own backyard. Because if it isn't there, I never really lost it to begin with! Is that right? All right, I'll go in there for Dorothy -- Wicked Witch or no Wicked Witch -- guards or no guards -- I'll tear 'em apart. (growls) I may not come out alive, but I'm going in there. There's only one thing I want you fellows to do. Who do you suppose they were? And where did they take her? A fine thing - to go to pieces at a time like this! "There's no place like home." I. Dorothy's relationship with her Aunt Em is paralleled in the dream world of Oz. Her place in Kansas leaves her unsure of her purpose, causing disparity between what her job should be and what she wants to do. A place "somewhere over the rainbow for Dorothy" would be ideal because she can have authority over her own freedom. Aunt Em tells Dorothy "You always get yourself into a fret over nothing," after she plays in the pig sty and ends up falling in. Thoughts about leaving Kansas to find a more suitable environment are foreshadowed when she visits the mystic Professor, who can sense Dorothy isn't quite fitting in at home, "they don't appreciate you. You want to see big cities, big mountains..." She literally takes her Aunt's orders to "find yourself a place where you won't get into any trouble" and leaves Kansas, if only in a dream. Even before she realizes where she has landed, her very arrival has killed the Wicked Witch of the East, signified by the celebratory songs and cheer of the munchkins. The little people of Oz symbolize the curious side of Dorothy, peeping their heads out, giggling at the sight of a foreign visitor. where the wicked witch portrays the punishing and threatening side, and the good witch represents the loving and protecting side. II. The ruby slippers depict the two dimensions of Oz; without them, she cannot get home, but they are the very thing that the evil witch wants and will do anything to get. You put up a great fight, Lion. I don't know what we'd have done
Transcript: The Wizard of Oz Concept Design Descriptions Descriptions western natural plain (ecosystem) fantastical gaudy 1900-1910 1900-1910 Family in Paris Family in Paris First Adaptation of Frankenstein First Adaptation of Frankenstein Ideal Stage Ideal Stage Throne Room Throne Room Scarecrow Scarecrow Scenes Scenes Scene 1 & 2 Scene 1 & 2 Scene 1 Scene 1 Scene 2 Scene 2 Scene 3 Scene 3 Scarecrow 1 Scarecrow 1 Scarecrow 2 Scarecrow 2 Scene 4 Scene 4 Tin Man 1 Tin Man 1 Tin Man 2 Tin Man 2 Scene 5 Scene 5 Cowardly Lion 1 Cowardly Lion 1 Scene 6 Scene 6 Throne Room 1 Throne Room 1 Throne Room 2 Throne Room 2 Scene 7 & 8 Scene 7 & 8 Scene 7 Scene 7 Scene 8 Scene 8 Scene 9 Scene 9 2nd Throne Room 1 2nd Throne Room 1 2nd Throne Room 2 2nd Throne Room 2 Color Scheme Color Scheme Colors 1 Colors 1 Colors 2 Colors 2 My Design My Design My design for the Wizard of Oz is very similar to the movie, but I want to clarify some specifics. For the first scene, I would want a quaint, mid-western setting where everything seems worn-down and used. For the scenes around the yellow brick road, the locations have to be coherent to the story without creating too stark of contrast. For the throne rooms, they need to reflect the personalities implied in the characters that house them. For the witch's castle, it needs to be ominous but also reasonable for living. Asher Overton 11/25/2017 "The Wizard of Oz" "The Wizard of Oz"
Transcript: yellow brick road represents gold in the industry. (you must follow the golden path to ever get somewhere in life.) Tin Woodman represents a industrial worker.(taken over by industry so much that they become robotic.) Cowardly Lion represents a populist named william Jennings Bryan.( scared to speak his mind and stand up for things that could lead him down the right path but is truly a strong person.) The munchins represent ordinary people.(people who aren't seen as much for who they are.) Wizard of Oz Scarecrow represents a farmer. (thinks that he is dumb and stupid but really isn't he just needs encouragement) Emerald City represents the value of greenbacks to gold.(Fraudulent world of greenbacks that only pretended to have value.)
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