";s:4:"text";s:5551:" | It ultimately grossed $11,137,801 in North America. Baum never states Dorothy's age, but he does state in The Lost Princess of Oz that she is a year younger than Betsy Bobbin and a year older than Trot, whose age was specified as 10 in Ruth Plumly Thompson's The Giant Horse of Oz putting her at age 11 by the time she comes to live in Oz.
I came all the way from the farm on a buggy and I didn't fall off.
What's your name? The same way Dorothy goes “over the rainbow” to escape to the Land of Oz, MK slaves, who are being brutally tortured are told to go “over the rainbow” and dissociate from reality to escape the unbearable trauma. : : "), An influence on the creation of Dorothy appears to be the Alice books of Lewis Carroll.
That film is a musical and the tone is more happy. Taken in by the protectors of Oz, the sisterhood of witches, she comes to view them as family. MOM! I know Fairuza Balk turned 10 during filming while Judy Garland was 16, but is there any reason for her looking so young when the actual film is set 6 months after the first trip?
At the films end, she wakes up from having fallen asleep and dismisses her trip to Oz as a crazy dream. And You Were There: She has the same actress as the unnamed girl Dorothy encounters at the hospital in Kansas. Zelena expresses brief interest in her brave attitude, wondering what made her change.
: Dorothy Gage is buried in Evergreen Cemetery in Bloomington, Illinois. For Speaking, wind number 2 under right arm. [to Wheeler] , Dorothy's character was probably named after Baum's own niece, Dorothy Louise Gage, who died in infancy. Lead Wheeler You put them on and you click your heels three times, and you say "There's no place like home".
: It looks stupid! : In The Wishing Horse of Oz, she makes unsavory comments about the dark coloration Gloma and her subjects take on as a disguise, making them somewhat resemble black people.
: Although Baum reportedly found these plots incoherent, he identified their source of popularity as Alice herself, a character with whom child readers could identify; this influenced his choice of a protagonist for his own books. :  Indeed, Dorothy eventually goes to live in an apartment in the Emerald City's palace but only after her Aunt Em and Uncle Henry have settled in a farmhouse on its outskirts, unable to pay the mortgage on their house in Kansas. | All the ones I've heard of are male, but that doesn't mean there aren't females. Maybe people from Oz turn into green ornaments.
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I'd like to sit up, if I may. In the sixth Oz book by Baum, The Emerald City of Oz (1910), when Uncle Henry and Aunt Em are unable to pay the mortgage on the new farmhouse built at the end of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, Dorothy brings them to live in Oz; the plot features a tour of Oz as a marvelous, Utopian land in which they have escaped the troubles of Kansas. Hello, Dorothy.