Dorothy Gale: Somewhere over the rainbow Way up high, There’s a land that I heard of Once in a lullaby. Somewhere over the rainbow Skies are blue, And the dreams that you dare to dream Really do come true. Someday I’ll wish upon a star And wake up where the clouds are far Behind me.
When he had fastened the Scarecrow’s head on his body again he said to him, “Hereafter you will be a great man, for I have given you a lot of bran-new brains.” The Scarecrow was both pleased and proud at the fulfillment of his greatest wish, and having thanked Oz warmly he went back to his friends.
The line, “ Lions, and tigers, and bears , oh my!” Came from the 1937 classic movie, 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!
Near the end of The Wizard of Oz , after Glinda informs Dorothy she can go back to Kansas, Dorothy says her goodbyes to her traveling companions. When she gets to the Scarecrow , she simply embraces him and cries, “I think I’ll miss you most of all.”
I’m melting , melting . Ohhhhh, what a world, what a world. destroy my beautiful wickedness.
But in both cases, Dorothy is instantly hailed as a conquering heroine, just as the Wizard was when he touched down in Oz . The message is that people will march behind any authority figure who makes a splash, however undeserving they may be.
The Scarecrow is a character in the fictional Land of Oz created by American author L. Frank Baum and illustrator W.W. Denslow. In his first appearance, the Scarecrow reveals that he lacks a brain and desires above all else to have one. In reality, he is only two days old and merely naïve.
When the Wizard finally gives him a ” brain ” (which is just some pins and needles mixed with bran) the Scarecrow gains the confidence he needs to feel good about himself. Just like with Dorothy, the Scarecrow’s journey as a character is not about change or growth. As he traveled, the Scarecrow didn’t gain something new.
Recorded as an exclamation of surprise in the early 1700s, oh my is probably shortened from oh my god and oh my lord . While these expressions begin as sincere religious invocations, they spread as general interjections of strong emotion.
It was written by Jazmine Sullivan and Salaam Remi. Sullivan said that, “the lions , tigers and bears reference represents my career in the music business.” The phrase ” Lions , tigers and bears ” comes from a passage spoken by the Tin Man, Dorothy, and the Scarecrow in The Wizard of Oz.
The Kalidahs are a fictitious species of animal in The Wonderful Wizard of Oz . They are mentioned and featured in the first half of the story when Dorothy Gale and her companions are traveling through the dark forest. A Kalidah is characterized as a ferocious monster having the head of a tiger and the body of a bear.
Frank Baum. Baum’s Tin Woodman first appeared in his classic 1900 book The Wonderful Wizard of Oz and reappeared in many other subsequent Oz books in the series. In late 19th-century America, men made out of various tin pieces were used in advertising and political cartoons.
The Wizard of Oz
|Who is the first character that Dorothy meets as she begins her journey to the Emerald City of Oz ?||The Scarecrow|
|What does the Scarecrow want/need?||A Brain|
|Who is the second character that Dorothy meets on her journey to the Emerald City of Oz ?||The Tin Man|
|What does the Tin Man want/need?||A Heart|
Glinda the good witch instructs her to click her fashionable ruby heels together (they’re the natural ancestor of Louboutins) and think to herself, ” There’s no place like home .” Dorothy must have missed the whole think to yourself part because she says it aloud a few times before waking up back in Kansas, as though she