Wizard of Oz — The Wizard of Oz

‘Weird Al’ Yankovic: The Great American Novelty

Wizard of Oz (1939) and I Love a Mystery (1953) are two of the most famous adaptations of Dorothy’s yellow brick road. In the former, Dorothy, played by Judy Garland, travels to the Land of Oz to save Kansas from a wicked witch. In the latter, Dorothy and her friend Toto, played by Eddie Dean, travel to the land of mysteries, Oz, to prevent the evil witch Mrs. Slurpuff from stealing the magical ruby slippers from the Land of Oz, as well as from a wizard named Wizard.

Wizard of Oz (1939) and I Love a Mystery (1953) are two of the most famous adaptations of Dorothy’s yellow brick roads. In the former, Dorothy, played by Judy Garland, travels to the Land of Oz to save Kansas from a wicked witch. In the latter, Dorothy and her friend Toto, played by Eddie Dean, travel to the land of mysteries, Oz, to prevent the evil witch Mrs. Slurpuff from stealing the magical ruby slippers from the Land of Oz, as well as from a wizard named Wizard.

Weird Al Yankovic’s musical parody video games are so weird that not even the producers could have expected them to be as good as they are.

Weird Al Yankovic’s musical parody video games are so weird that not even the producers could have expected them to be as good as they are.

Weird Al Yankovic’s musical parody video games are so weird that not even the producers could have expected them to be as good as they are.

Weird Al Yankovic’s musical parody video games are so weird that not even the producers could have expected them to be as good as they are.

Weird Al Yankovic’s musical parody video games are so weird that not even the producers could have expected them to be as good as they are.

Weird Al Yankovic’s musical parody video games are so weird that not even the producers could have expected them to be as good as they are.

Weird Al Yankovic’s musical parody video games are so weird that not even the producers could have expected them to be as good as they are.

Weird Al Yankovic’s musical parody video games are so weird that not even the producers could have expected them to be as good

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