''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:

[[AC:Anime and Manga]]
* 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''.

[[AC:Comic Books]]
* 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}}''.
* It got a surprisingly clever WholePlotReference as "The Motr of Doov" in ''Adventure'' comics 394 (June 1970) with {{Supergirl}} and her cat Streaky (making his final appearance). Reviewing this issue at ''[[https://maidofmight.wordpress.com/part-four-no-sex-no-drugs-some-rock-n-roll/ Maid of Might]]'', the anonymous critic says:
--> This could so easily have been another throw-away gimmick story; just a transparent rip-off. But instead the readers are treated to an imaginative reinterpretation ó transformative, even ó that cleverly references its source and pays it due respect. A Supergirl makeover was in the offing, but this story is a clever, if somewhat quirky, way of leaving this section of Karaís adventures on a high.

[[AC:Film]]
* ''Film/TheWiz'', a 1978 all-African-American musical retelling loosely based on the Broadway musical of the same name.

[[AC:Literature]]
* ''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.

[[AC:Live-Action TV]]
* 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.
* The 2015 TV special ''[[Theatre/TheWiz The Wiz Live!]]'', an all-African-American performance of the ''Oz''-based Broadway musical of the same name.
* 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.

[[AC:Manhwa]]
* ''Manhwa/DorothyOfOz''

[[AC:Tabletop Games]]
* 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.

[[AC:Theater]]
* Many stage musicals are based on the Oz books, with the first ones written by Baum himself; later ones include:
* ''Theatre/TheWiz'', a musical retelling of the first book, with African-American songwriters and influence.
* ''Theatre/{{Wicked}}'', adapted from a [[Literature/{{Wicked}} book of the same name]] that revisited the events before and during ''The Wizard of Oz'' from the Wicked Witch of the West's perspective.

[[AC:Video Games]]
* 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.

[[AC:Western Animation]]
* 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 ''Film/{{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.) In 2016, this spawned a sequel, ''Tom and Jerry: Back to Oz'', which also takes inspiration from some of the other ''Oz'' books.
* 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.
* The 2015 CGI pilot ''WesternAnimation/LostInOz''.
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