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Wizard of Oz
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ride bike from back left to stage
Henry Gale, is that you skulking by the barn?
I never skulked in my life, Miss Gulch. And I ain't about to start now.
I want to see you and your wife right away about Dorothy
Dorothy? Why, what has Dorothy done?
What's she done? I'm all but lame from the bite on my leg!
You mean she bit you?
No, her dog!
Afternoon Miss Gulch. I just made a fresh batch of cookies if you've mind to sit awhile.
I'm afraid I have no appetite, Mrs. Gale. Indeed I'm so shaken by the ferocious attack of your niece's vicious dog, I may never eat again.
I'm sure if Dorothy's upset you in any way she'll be only too glad to apologize as best she can.
It's gone beyond apologies, Mrs. Gale. I have laid an official complaint with the county sheriff.
Dorothy, Miss Gulch here seems very upset
That dog's a menace to the community
That's not true
As an act of public service, young woman, I'm taking that dog to the Sheriff and make sure he's destroyed.
You here how sorry the child is. Surely if she promises to give your place a wide berth...
If you don't hand the dog over now, I'll file a damage suit that'll take your whole farm. There's a law protecting folks against dogs that bite.
How would it be if she keeps him tied up? He's really gentle - with gentle folk that is.
Well, that's for the Sheriff to decide. Here's his order allowing me to take him. Unless you want to go against the law
We can't go against the law, Dorothy. I'm afraid poor Toto will have to go.
Now you're seeing reason
Here's what I'm taking him in, so he can't attack me again.
Oh, you wicked old witch! Uncle Henry, Aunt Em, don't let 'em take Toto! Don't let her take him - please!
Put him in the basket, Henry.
That's more like it.
Don't, Uncle Henry
That's more like it.
Well I can. So if you don't want to hear it, you better pedal your carcass offa my land.
I don't take kindly to that kind of talk, Henry Gale. Just remember, I have friends in high places.
We need food for me and a bone for you and then we've got to get far, far away from here. And we're never, ever comin' back.
Here doggie, doggie. Where is that dratted animal! Here doggie-doggie
I asked you to get off my land, Miss Gulch.
I did, but the dog got away.
He can't have enjoyed your company much.
Where the little girl is, that's where I'll find the dog. Kindly bring her out here.
She ain't in the house Henry and that fresh batch of cookies is missing. My picture from the mantle, that's gone too.
Sounds like you've a runaway on your hands. If she's on the road, I'll find her. And then I'll take that dog back for good.
If you're so anxious to have it, you should have looked after it better.
Don't blame me. The catch on the basket's faulty. That's the last time I buy anything from a charity bazaar.
That was her sister, the Wicked Witch of the East. This is the Wicked Witch of the West. And she's worse than the other one was.
Where's my sister?
Yonder she lies.
Alright, who's the smart aleck that turned her into a house? Was it you, Glinda?
Not the house. Under the house.
Under the house?
It's my fault. I'm so sorry. My house dropped on her.
You dropped your house on my sister? How could anyone be so unbelievably clumsy?
You recognized her then.
Of course I recognized her! Who else would wear ruby slippers with those socks. The ruby slippers! Little girl, you have done me a service. I shall don the ruby slippers which will make my powers greater than ever.
*turn toward the house to grab the ruby slippers
The ruby slippers! They're gone! The slippers! What have you done with them?
See for yourself. Step forward, Dorothy.
Give them back to me or I'll-
It's too late! There they are, and there they'll stay!
Give me back those slippers! I'm the only one who knows how to use them. There of no use to you. Give them back to me. Give them back!
Keep tight inside of them. Their magic must be very powerful or she wouldn't want them so badly.
You stay out of this, Glinda, or I'll fix you as well!
Oh fiddle-faddle! You have no power while I'm here. Be gone, before somebody drops a house on you, too!
Very well, I'll bide my time and as for you, young lady, it's true I can't attend to you here and now as I'd like, but after a suitable period of mourning, I will have those slippers and my revenge too. So best try and stay out of my way. Just try! I'll get you eventually, my pretty... And your little dog, too!
Oh, but he will! He must! We've come such a long way already.
You call that long? Why you've only just begun!
You! You're the one who put the spell on my axe.
It certainly chopped you down to size, didn't it? And now you're helping the little lady along, are you, my fine gentleman? Well, stay away from her or I'll stuff a mattress with you scarecrow. And you Tinman! I'll use you for a beehive!
I'm not afraid of you.
That just proves you don't have a brain. Allow me to educate you. Here Scarecrow! Want to play ball?
Oh! Lookout! Oh, I'm on fire! Fire! Help!
Just remember Scarecrow, helping that girl reach the Emerald City could be your last burning ambition.
Practice Poppy monologue
The Scarecrow's not the only one needs a new brain.
I hate her. I hate her not. I hate her. I hate her not. I hate hate hate hate hate hate her! Now I understand why the poppies failed me. Fate ordained that Oz himself shall deliver the mellifluous little baggage into my territory. But how to bring her here before me?
Winkies. Winkies come forth.
Enough! Silence! Quiet!!! Why do you always sing that loathsome dirge?
Since you put your foot through our drum, how else can we keep in step?
What does it mean anyway?
You mean... yo-hee-ho! yo-ho!
Next time I enslave a whole nation, I must check out their intelligence first. Nikko! Nikko! Where is the commander of my aerobatic apes?
There you are, my simian minion. I have an important task for you. My enemies are about to enter the Haunted Forest. I want you to rouse your men and snatch the sickening little girl and her equally nauseating little dog.
Exhausted? What do you mean you're exhausted?
Nikko gibbers (second time)
Alright, alright. I'll conjure up a spell to take the fight out of her. Now, which of my creepy-crawly creations shall I send to plague her? The Flibberty-gibbert. No! The Fly by night? No! Aha, I have it. The Jitter-bug!
Nikko recoils in horror gibbering
Well may you gibber. There is no more infectious bug in my book of spells. Once bitten, they can never stop dancing till they drop. And when they do, you shall be there to scoop up the little brat and the little brute and bring 'em both to me. Now go! Do my bidding!
Nikko hurtles out
Fly! Fly! Fly! Soon those darling little red slippers will grace my dainty feet. I wonder if any of those Winkies do shoe repairing.
Talk me out of it.
This way my dear. I trust you had a pleasant flight. It's so kind of you to visit me in my loneliness. Gimme the dog.
Where are you taking him? Why can't he stay with me?
Because the raging, roaring river is some way off. Is he a water breed?
I don't think so.
He soon will be 'cause that's where we're going to drop him if you don't hand over the slippers.
But the Good Witch of the North told me not to.
Very Well. Throw that basket in the deepest point of the river and drown him.
No! No-no, please! You can have the slippers yourself! I don't want them - just give me back Toto!
That's a good little girl, I knew you'd see reason!
Run Toto....... as far away as you can
Catch him, you fool!
He got away! He got away from you!
Which is more than you will ever do! Fool that I am, I should have remembered - those slippers will never come off, as long as you're alive!
pick up hour glass
You see this? That's how much longer you've got to be alive! And it isn't long, my pretty - just long enough for me to devise an unpleasant but wildly entertaining death for you! Of course, there is one route of escape. It's a long way down and the rocks are sharp. So if you do decide to go this way, be a darling and leave the ruby slippers on the window sill. It'll save us from having to take 'em off your corpse!
How can anyone be so nasty, mean and cruel?
Lots and lots of practice.
Come back! Come back! Auntie Em!
Auntie Em - Auntie Em - come back! I'll give you Auntie Em, my pretty!
To the window!
Going so soon? We won't hear of it. Will we, Winkies?
I think we've outstayed our welcome.
Ring around the rosy! A pocket full of spears! The sands of time have run out for all of you. The last to go will see the first three before her! And you're mangy little mutt, too! Eenie Meenie Minie Mo. Who shall be the first to go! Lion? Girl? Tinman? No! My broom has chosen Scarecrow!
No! No! No! No! No! Help!
What's the matter, Scarecrow? Don't you want to be my old flame?
Leave him alone. Can't you see he's terrified?
I'll get round to you eventually, Miss Mouth. Meanwhile, watch your little friend go up in smoke.
Too late Scarecrow! You're all burned up!
I won't let you!
Ohhh! You cursed brat! Look what you've done! I'm melting! Melting! Oh, what a world! What a world! Who would have thought a good little girl like you could destroy my beautiful wickedness? Ohhh-ohh?
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