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Wizard Of OZ Quiz: How Well Do You Know The Film?

The Wonderful Wizard of OZ is such an amazing classical film that went down in history, bringing color to the world. Who could miss a chance to watch the film and stay knowledgeable on it? If you are a fan, you will certainly love this quiz. And if not, you can still learn about it if you wish to do so. Sometimes life isn’t full of rainbows and we wish to go over one when it does appear. Enjoy the quiz!

  • What is the film about?

    • A little girl taken away by a tornado must seek OZ to retun home.
    • Witches fighting each other.
    • The adventures of a lost wizard.
    • It only has to do with a scarecrow, a tin man and a lion.
  • Dorothy Gale has a dog. What’s its name?

    • Shirley
    • Trainor
    • Toto
    • Terrier
  • Which is true about the scarecrow, tin man and the lion?

    • The scarecrow wants a heart, the tin man wants a brain and the lion wants courage.
    • The scarecrow wants courage, the tin man wants a heart and the lion wants a brain.
    • The scarecrow wants a brain, the tin man wants a heart and the lion wants courage.
    • The scarecrow, the tin man and the lion each want a brain, a heart, and courage.
  • Judy Garland is the woman that plays Dorothy. What’s her actual name?

    • Judy Garland
    • Frances Gumm
    • Dorothy Gale
    • None of the above
  • What does the Wicked Witch of the West want from Dorothy?

    • Nothing; she just hates her.
    • Her dress
    • Her dog
    • Her red ruby slippers
  • Who really is the Wizard of OZ?

    • The most powerful wizard of all
    • An ordinary man hidden behind the curtains of a machine
    • One of the Munchkins from Munchkin Land
    • One of the witches from Witch Land
  • Who wrote the book “The Wonder Wizard of OZ”?

    • There was no book
    • Mount Everest
    • Judy Garland herself
    • L. Frank Baum
  • Originally, Dorothy’s ruby slippers were actually silver.

    • True
    • False
  • Is the Land of OZ a real place?

    • Yes, it was a real place.
    • No, it was a dream.
    • In the movie, it was a dream, but in the book, it was a real place.
    • There is no such thing as “The Land of OZ.”
  • One of the most unique special effects in the film include:

    • A small replica of Dorothy’s house was built to be placed in front of the camera lense, dropped from a high ceiling, and then it was played in reverse to make it look like the house is falling on the camera for the ending of the house-dropping scene.
    • Margaret Hamilton stood on a small elevator platform that dropped below the soundstage in order to make her look like she’s “melting” as the witch. She wore a bigger witch hat to make her face look smaller, the hem of her dress was tacked outside the elevator to stay on the floor, and they puffed up her skirt with rushing air and put dry ice under it to create the steaming effect.
    • The tornado was created with cloth, wire and a rotating motor that the crew dragged along the soundstage to a miniaturely crafted farm with clouds painted on glass and dust on the floor alongside a turned on wind machine to make the attacking twister.
    • All of these are correct
  • Where is Dorothy’s home?

    • Europe
    • Australia
    • Over the Rainbow
    • Kansas
  • Where did Dorothy and her friends experience the sleeping spell?

    • In The Poppy Field
    • In The Land of OZ
    • In Munchkin Land
    • In The Spooky Forest
  • Is “Somewhere Over The Rainbow” the name of the famous song the makers almost didn’t use in the film?

    • Yes
    • No

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