History Anime / TheWonderfulWizardOfOz

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.
8th Jan '16 10:19:05 PM remtar85
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* AdaptedOut: Some characters, like H.M. Woggle-Bug and the Hungry Tiger, do not appear in this version.
30th Dec '14 12:19:42 PM nombretomado
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The English-language adaptation was produced by {{Cinar}} and aired on {{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 {{HBO}} {{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.
16th Jun '14 8:26:54 PM PaulA
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* AmnesiacDissonance: [[spoiler: Guph.]]

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* AmnesiacDissonance: [[spoiler: Guph.]][[spoiler:Guph, while scouting in advance of the invading Nome Army, drinks some water drawn from the pool at the heart of the Emerald City,]] which wipes his memory and gives him a friendly though somewhat absent-minded personality in place of the mean and quick-witted person he was before.



* [[GoldFever Emerald Fever]]: The Gnome King, Guph and The Growleywog.



* GoldFever: The Gnome King, Guph and The Growleywog act are affected this way by the emeralds of the Emerald City.



* TooSpicyForYogSothoth: A giant bug eats the Scarecrow and the Tin Man, but after a minute it realises neither of them is particularly edible and spits them both out.

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* TooSpicyForYogSothoth: TooSpicyForYogSothoth:
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A giant bug eats the Scarecrow and the Tin Man, but after a minute it realises neither of them is particularly edible and spits them both out.
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