During a twister, Dorothy is hit on the head by a gate and once again whisked away to the land of Oz. But this time, on her way to the Emerald City, she discovers a terrible plot by the witch Mombi to conquer Oz with an army of monster green elephants that's she's brewing up. She escapes with the help of Mombi's slave Pumpkinhead, and, together, they try to warn King Scarecrow and her other friends that Mombi is coming, but she finds that her friends haven't quite changed as much as she thought. So it's up to her, Pumpkinhead, and the living carousel horse Woodenhead to find a way to stop Mombi's Green Elephants.
All the Fun and Splendour of the Magical Land of Oz in a Wonderful NEW full-length Musical Cartoon Adventure
Did You Know?
According to the book "Creating the Filmation Generation", Danny Thomas
voice recording sessions were of such bad quality that they were almost completely unusable, except for his musical number. Larry Storch
was brought in to rerecord the Tin Man's dialogue, imitation Thomas, who never knew his voice had been replaced. See more
There was no Wizard in the theatrical release but the network TV version added new live-action sequences by Bill Cosby
, and the sub-plot was to get the children back to Kansas to join Dorothy for Christmas. The TV version runs 96 minutes. These segments were not included in the Syndication rights, for which yet another new segment was filmed featuring Milton Berle
. See more
Version of Oz
Written by Jimmy Van Heusen
and Sammy Cahn
Performed by Jack E. Leonard See more