Munchkinland

Munchkinland

domain of little people in Oz. [Am. Lit.: The Wonderful Wizard of Oz]
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The cultural impact of the original technicolour classic adventure into Munchkinland cannot be overstated.
Has your experience with the closing of transactions been like Dorothy's dream in the Wizard of Oz as she skipped through Munchkinland along the yellow brick road?
"The brilliant Chester based dance school House of Dance are rehearsing a host of talented local kids to bring the iconic Munchkinland to life.
From the striking lighting and commanding set -- which shifts seamlessly from drab homestead to garden-like Munchkinland, through the menacing forest and into the glittering, Emerald-hued Oz to sound
In addition, the production replicated the movie's transition from the black-and-white Kansas early on, to a riot of colour in the later scenes, when Dorothy is transported to Munchkinland in the Land of Oz.
Shoppers can venture through Munchkinland, enjoy a picnic in the Enchanted Forest, chill out in the Sensory Zone and experience the bright lights of the Emerald City - you never know who you'll meet along the way.
DEAR Editor, Caroline Lucas (Post, June 2) seems to be labouring under the delusion that she is living in Munchkinland rather than the European Union.
The movie begins with a tornado sweeping heroine Dorothy and her dog Toto away to Munchkinland in Oz.
Suddenly the "Wicked Witch of the West" (played by Heidi Choe who comes across more channeling comedienne Kathy Griffin than "Witch" originator Margaret Hamilton) arrives to claim her dead sister's magical ruby slippers, but Glinda moves them onto Dorothy's feet to protect Munchkinland. The witch threatens Dorothy's life for the shoes then departs, leaving Dorothy to try and find her way home via the Yellow Brick Road to Oz.
The effect is similar to the moment when Dorothy opens the door to reveal Munchkinland in all its Technicolor glory in the film version of The Wizard of Oz.
Based on the Wizard of Oz setting, the series offers a different perspective on the land of Oz and Out of Oz returns to the land, which faces an invasion of Munchkinland, and where the Cowardly Lion is an outlaw on the run.