Return To Oz

Return To Oz
Return To Oz

Year

1985

Duration

105 minutes

Genres

Family

Language

English

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Synopsis

In this sort-of-sequel to The Wizard of Oz, Dorothy (now played by Fairuza Balk) has been having trouble settling down into her life after her amazing adventures, and eventually finds her way back to the magical land. When she gets there, though, she finds that the Yellow Brick Road has fallen apart and Scarecrow is in trouble. Can Dorothy save the place she loves? This is a surprisingly spooky and dark film, with lots of sinister creatures.

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Contains mild danger.

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