Meet Darby (Junior Asparagus), the son of a Kansas floss farmer who, more than anything else in the world, just wants to have fun. When he learns about the Wonderful Land Of Ha's - an amusement park with all the fixin's - and its mysterious Wizard who promises to make his dreams come true, Darby is determined to go. But when his father tells him he's needed to help with the harvest, Darby decides that nothing is going to stop him and he makes a choice that will change his life forever. With his pet dog Tutu by his side, Darby flees the farm and sets off to find the Wonderful Land Of Ha's. Along the way he meets a bored scarecrow (Mr. Lunt), a tin man (Larry the Cucumber) who wants to ride roller coasters and a lion (Pa Grape) that craves cotton candy. Each with their own dreams, they set off to see the Wizard. Will they find the Land Of Ha's and the mysterious Wizard, and at what price? Will it be worth everything Darby has given up? His home back on the farm? His father's love? ... Written by
Did You Know?
The majority of the songs in this film are completely original, although a few are parodies of music from The Wizard of Oz
(1939). However, during the end credits, Mr Lunt sings the standard version of "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" -- complete with a veggie accompaniment and a hilarious video, where he actually travels *over* the titular rainbow. See more
Jungle explorer Larry's mnemonic for monkeys and apes is not wholly accurate. Some monkeys, such as the Barbary Macaque, are without a tail, rendering his criteria useless. See more