History Anime / TheWonderfulWizardOfOz

22nd Jul '17 7:15:13 PM PaulA
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* UsefulNotes/JapaneseHonorifics: In the Japanese version, the Scarecrow refers to Dorothy as "Dorothy-san".
22nd Jul '17 6:54:21 AM tropower
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* BlackBeadEyes: Dorothy in this version.


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* UsefulNotes/JapaneseHonorifics: In the Japanese version, the Scarecrow refers to Dorothy as "Dorothy-san".
22nd Jul '17 6:51:20 AM tropower
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* DreamingOfThingsToCome: Dorothy's dream in the first episode (featuring lots of actual footage from later in the series).

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* DreamingOfThingsToCome: Dorothy's dream in the first episode (featuring lots of actual footage from later in the series).series), but [[{{Macekre}} only in the dub]].



* LullDestruction: The narration in the English-language dub is sometimes guilty of this. Particularly noticeable in episode 31 (the first part of "Ozma of Oz"), which begins with an eerie sequence several minutes long with no dialogue at all -- apart, of course, from the chattering of the narrator.

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* LullDestruction: The narration in the English-language dub dub[[note]]The Japanese version doesn't have a narrator.[[/note]] is sometimes guilty of this. Particularly noticeable in episode 31 (the first part of "Ozma of Oz"), which begins with an eerie sequence several minutes long with no dialogue at all -- apart, of course, from the chattering of the narrator.
6th Oct '16 6:41:23 AM jetsilveravenger
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The English-language adaptation was produced by {{Cinar}} and aired on {{Creator/HBO}} in the United States. In addition to re-dubbing all the dialogue, ''The Wonderful Wizard of Oz'' has new titles and credits, which contrive to disguise the fact that it's not a native English-language product (none of the Japanese cast or crew are credited in the Cinar version). Cinar also re-edited each of the four story arcs into movie-length versions for home video release. As of this writing, only the movie-length versions are available on DVD.

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The English-language adaptation was produced by {{Cinar}} and aired on {{Creator/HBO}} in the United States. In addition to re-dubbing all the dialogue, (with narration performed by Margot Kidder) ''The Wonderful Wizard of Oz'' has new titles and credits, which contrive to disguise the fact that it's not a native English-language product (none of the Japanese cast or crew are credited in the Cinar version). Cinar also re-edited each of the four story arcs into movie-length versions for home video release. As of this writing, only the movie-length versions are available on DVD.
DVD. All the music added in by Cinar was done by Canadian band Parachute Club.
6th Jul '16 11:20:31 AM WillKeaton
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It consists of four story arcs, based respectively on ''Literature/TheWonderfulWizardOfOz'' (episodes 1-17), ''Literature/TheMarvelousLandOfOz'' (18-30), ''Ozma of Oz'' (31-41), and ''The Emerald City of Oz'' (42-52). The first story arc is one of the most faithful adaptations of ''The Wonderful Wizard of Oz'' in existence; the later story arcs diverge more from the source material.

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It consists of four story arcs, based respectively on ''Literature/TheWonderfulWizardOfOz'' (episodes 1-17), ''Literature/TheMarvelousLandOfOz'' (18-30), ''Ozma of Oz'' ''Literature/OzmaOfOz'' (31-41), and ''The Emerald City of Oz'' (42-52). The first story arc is one of the most faithful adaptations of ''The Wonderful Wizard of Oz'' in existence; the later story arcs diverge more from the source material.
31st Mar '16 8:22:55 PM PaulA
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It consists of four story arcs, based respectively on ''Literature/TheWonderfulWizardOfOz,'' (episodes 1-17) ''Literature/TheMarvelousLandOfOz,'' (18-30) ''Ozma of Oz,'' (31-41) and ''The Emerald City of Oz.'' (42-52) The first story arc is one of the most faithful adaptations of ''The Wonderful Wizard of Oz'' in existence; the later story arcs diverge more from the source material.

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It consists of four story arcs, based respectively on ''Literature/TheWonderfulWizardOfOz,'' ''Literature/TheWonderfulWizardOfOz'' (episodes 1-17) ''Literature/TheMarvelousLandOfOz,'' (18-30) 1-17), ''Literature/TheMarvelousLandOfOz'' (18-30), ''Ozma of Oz,'' (31-41) Oz'' (31-41), and ''The Emerald City of Oz.'' (42-52) Oz'' (42-52). The first story arc is one of the most faithful adaptations of ''The Wonderful Wizard of Oz'' in existence; the later story arcs diverge more from the source material.
31st Mar '16 6:01:53 PM WillKeaton
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It consists of four story arcs, based respectively on ''Literature/TheWonderfulWizardOfOz'' (episodes 1-17), ''Literature/TheMarvelousLandOfOz'' (18-30), ''Ozma of Oz'' (31-41), and ''The Emerald City of Oz'' (42-52). The first story arc is one of the most faithful adaptations of ''The Wonderful Wizard of Oz'' in existence; the later story arcs diverge more from the source material.

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It consists of four story arcs, based respectively on ''Literature/TheWonderfulWizardOfOz'' ''Literature/TheWonderfulWizardOfOz,'' (episodes 1-17), ''Literature/TheMarvelousLandOfOz'' (18-30), 1-17) ''Literature/TheMarvelousLandOfOz,'' (18-30) ''Ozma of Oz'' (31-41), Oz,'' (31-41) and ''The Emerald City of Oz'' (42-52). Oz.'' (42-52) The first story arc is one of the most faithful adaptations of ''The Wonderful Wizard of Oz'' in existence; the later story arcs diverge more from the source material.
27th Jan '16 11:40:56 PM PaulA
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The 52-episode series was produced by Panmedia under the title ''Oz no Mahōtsukai'' and debuted on Creator/TVTokyo in 1986. It has a visual style resembling Nippon Animation's ''WorldMasterpieceTheater'' productions; character designer Shuichi Seki worked on both.

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The 52-episode series was produced by Panmedia under the title ''Oz no Mahōtsukai'' and debuted on Creator/TVTokyo in 1986. It has a visual style resembling Nippon Animation's ''WorldMasterpieceTheater'' ''Anime/WorldMasterpieceTheater'' productions; character designer Shuichi Seki worked on both.
27th Jan '16 11:22:35 PM Prfnoff
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The 52-episode series was produced by Panmedia under the title ''Oz no Mahōtsukai'' and debuted in 1986. It has a visual style resembling Nippon Animation's ''WorldMasterpieceTheater'' productions; character designer Shuichi Seki worked on both.

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The 52-episode series was produced by Panmedia under the title ''Oz no Mahōtsukai'' and debuted on Creator/TVTokyo in 1986. It has a visual style resembling Nippon Animation's ''WorldMasterpieceTheater'' productions; character designer Shuichi Seki worked on both.
8th Jan '16 10:26:12 PM remtar85
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* AdaptedOut: Some characters, like H.M. Woggle-Bug and the Hungry Tiger, do not appear in this version.


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* AdaptedOut: Some characters, like H.M. Woggle-Bug and the Hungry Tiger, do not appear in this version.
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