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Legends of Oz: Dorothy's Return (10-Jun-2013)

Directors: Will Finn; Dan St. Pierre

Writers: Adam Balsam; Randi Barnes; Roger S. Baum; Barry Glasser

Keywords: Fantasy

Computer-animated continuation of the Wizard of Oz storyline follows Dorothy Gale as she returns from her Kansas home to help her old friends.

Intended as a standalone animated sequel to the classic tale told in The Wizard of Oz (1939), Legends of Oz: Dorothy's Return centers on series protagonist Dorothy Gale as she returns to her Kansas home to find it devastated beyond repair by the infamous tornado that once transported her to the whimsical land of Oz. Sent back to the magical realm shortly after arriving back home to find that it, too, wallows in a dilapidated condition, Dorothy ultimately endeavors to find her old friends, tackle a number of obstacles, and set out on an all-new journey towards restoring glory to her beloved realm.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Dan Aykroyd
1-Jul-1952   Saturday Night Live, Dr. Detroit
Jim Belushi
15-Jun-1954   According to Jim
Brian Blessed
9-Oct-1937   Prince Vultan of the Hawk Men
Hugh Dancy
19-Jun-1975   Galahad in King Arthur
Kelsey Grammer
21-Feb-1955   Frasier
Megan Hilty
29-Mar-1981   Ivy Lynn on Smash
Tom Kenny
13-Jul-1962   Mr. Show, SpongeBob SquarePants
Lea Michele
29-Aug-1986   Rachel Berry on Glee
Bernadette Peters
28-Feb-1948   It Runs in the Family
Oliver Platt
12-Jan-1960   Bartlet's lawyer on The West Wing
Martin Short
26-Mar-1950   SNL and Primetime Glick
Patrick Stewart
13-Jul-1940   Captain Picard in Star Trek: TNG


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