Doris slips, hits her head and dreams she's entered the "Land of Oz".

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Cast

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Coco Hernandez (credit only)
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Julie Miller / Mello Cello
Morgan Stevens ...
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Darlene Smolinsky / Wicked Witch's Army
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David Greenlee ...
Dwight Mendenhall / Evil Helper
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Michael / Fame Dancer / Punchkin / Wicked Witch's Army
Bronwyn Thomas ...
Michelle / Fame Dancer / Punchkin / Wicked Witch's Army
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Storyline

The Wizard of Oz (1939) is retold in this dream-within-a-story centering on Doris (and Toto, too). The episode begins in black-and-white, then switches to Technicolor. Friends Leroy, Danny, and Bruno join Doris as the Scarecrow, Lion, and Tin Man respectively. Written by Anonymous

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24 February 1983 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

When the Good Witch says the Punchkins have been watching too much Magnum, P.I. (1980), she is referring to the fact that Fame was losing in the ratings to Magnum P.I. (which was broadcast in the same time slot opposite it) every week. Fame would in fact be canceled by NBC at the end of the second season, but was kept on the air in syndication thanks to combined efforts of the BBC and Rai-Radiotelevisione Italiana TV2. See more »

Quotes

Cowardly Lion: My sword is so fast...
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Tin ManScarecrow: How fast is it?
Cowardly Lion: My sword is so fast, I can cut classes, you won't even know I'm gone!
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Connections

Spoofs The Wizard of Oz (1939) See more »

Soundtracks

Over the Rainbow
Lyrics by E.Y. Harburg
Music by Harold Arlen
Sung by Debbie Allen and Valerie Landsburg
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