''The Wizard of Oz'' may refer to:

* ''Literature/TheWonderfulWizardOfOz'', first of the Literature/LandOfOz novels by Creator/LFrankBaum
* ''Film/TheWizardOfOz'', popular 1939 film based on the novel
* ''WesternAnimation/TheWizardOfOz'', 1990s animated series based on the film
* ''Film/OzTheGreatAndPowerful'', a 2013 film that is the {{prequel}} to the books and 1939 film.

Additionally, you may be looking for one of the adaptations that don't share the name:

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* The 1986 Panmedia produced a Japanese animated series, known in English as ''Anime/TheWonderfulWizardOfOz'', which was directly based on the books and only coincidentally resembled the 1939 MGM adaptation.
* There was a later anime called ''Anime/TheWonderfulGalaxyOfOz''.

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* The first [[Creator/MarvelComics Marvel]][=/=][[Creator/DCComics DC]] collaborative publication was an adaptation of the 1939 film.
* Followed by Marvel's adaptation of ''The Marvelous Land of Oz''.
* ''Oz: the Manga'' from Antarctic Press.
* The [[http://www.calibercomics.info/oz.html Oz comics]] from Caliber Comics.
* ''ComicBook/CaptainCarrotAndHisAmazingZooCrew In The Oz-Wonderland War Trilogy'' from DC Comics.
* There's a comic book series based on the Oz books with main characters cast as 1990s-style superheroes called the ''[[http://sentient39.comicgenesis.com/ozsquad.html Oz Squad]]'', written by [[http://www.steveahlquist.com/ Steve Ahlquist]].
* Ozma and the Nome King are featured prominently in the Vertigo series ''ComicBook/{{Fables}}''.

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* ''Literature/TalesOfTheMagicLand'', a (very free) Russian translation of the first book made by Alexander Melentyevich Volkov in 1939 that spun off into its own book series.

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* A OneEpisodeWonder TV show pilot was made in 2002, ''Series/LostInOz''.
* ''Film/TheMuppetsWizardOfOz'' was a 2005 MadeForTVMovie that cast Ashanti as a PresentDay Dorothy and various [[Franchise/TheMuppets Muppets]] as her travelling companions and adversaries. Miss Piggy, for instance, plays all four witches.
* The 2007 Sci Fi Channel six hour, three-part miniseries ''Series/TinMan,'' a re-imagining and continuation of the classic story set years after the events of the original ''Wonderful Wizard of Oz.''
* The 2011 miniseries ''Film/TheWitchesOfOz'' by Leigh Scott of Creator/TheAsylum fame, in which a modern-day Dorothy Gale discovers that her best-selling novels are in fact inspired by her own supressed memories of her adventures in Oz.
* A made-for-television biopic, ''The Dreamer of Oz: The L. Frank Baum Story'', was made in 1990 and told the story of how the Oz books came to be. The cast included John Ritter as Baum and Rue [=McClanahan=] as his suffragette mother-in-law Matilda Gage. This movie is included as a bonus feature on the 2009 [=DVD=] and Blu-Ray releases of the 1939 adaptation.

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* ''Manhwa/DorothyOfOz''

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* A TabletopGame (''[[http://newwwoz.blogspot.com/2010/06/adventures-in-oz-rpg.html Adventures in Oz: Fantasy Roleplaying Beyond the Yellow Brick Road]]'') based on the Baum books was released in 2010.
* Another TabletopGame released in November 2010, ''[[http://paizo.com/products/btpy8dsn?Oz-Dark-Terrible Oz: Dark and Terrible]]'', takes a DarkerAndEdgier look at the source material, yet is still oddly faithful to the original books.
* The storytelling board game ''Winter Tales'' includes Dorothy, Tin Man, and Scarecrow among the fairy tale-inspired player characters.

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* Many stage musicals are based on the Oz books, with the first ones written by Baum himself; later ones include:
* ''Theatre/TheWiz''
* ''Theatre/{{Wicked}}'', adapted from a [[Literature/{{Wicked}} book of the same name]].

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* A UsefulNotes/NintendoDS RPG called ''[[http://www.rpgamer.com/games/other/nds/rizzoawd/rizzoawd.html RIZ-ZOAWD]]'' (an anagram of "Wizard Oz"), released in Japan by Media.Vision, which is highly stylized and re-imagined. It was localized abroad as ''The Wizard of Oz: Beyond the Yellow Brick Road''.
* A point and click game featuring Oz characters in 1940s film noir Emerald City at [[http://www.wadjeteyegames.com/ Wadjet Eye Games]] called ''[[http://www.wadjeteyegames.com/games/emerald-city-confidential/ Emerald City Confidental]]''.
* Dorothy, Scarecrow, Tin-Man and Lion are all playable characters in the UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS game ''VideoGame/CodeNameSteam'', among other literary characters.

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* In 1961, Crawley Films, (later Creator/RankinBassProductions) produced a series of short cartoons, ''WesternAnimation/TalesOfTheWizardOfOz'', featuring Dorothy, the Wizard, the Witch, Socrates Scarecrow, Rusty Tinman, and Dandy Lion.
* The 1999, Russian two-part animated television adaptation of L. Frank Baum, ''Adventures in the Emerald City: Silver Shoes''. Itís mostly based on Baum but includes several elements from the "Magic Land" books. A two part sequel, ''Adventures in the Emerald City: Princess Ozma'', adapted Baumís ''Land of Oz''.
* There's a CGI movie in pre-production from John Boorman, the director of ''{{Zardoz}}''.
* ''WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry and The Wizard of Oz'', a 2011 DirectToVideo animated feature, is a TwiceToldTale version of the 1939 film that adds the battling cat and mouse to the story. (The same company holds the rights to both the cartoon characters and the movie.)
* A 2014 fully computer-animated feature film called ''WesternAnimation/LegendsOfOzDorothysReturn'' was made by Claris and Summertime Entertainment and animated by Prana Studios (the "Tinkerbell" series), as a sequel to both the 1939 film and a few of the books and based on a book written by L. Frank Baum's great-grandson.