With the Wicked Witch of the West now vanquished from Oz, Tom and Jerry along with Dorothy are back in Kansas! But not for long as an all-new villain has surfaced from beneath the magical ... See full summary »

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Grey Griffin ... Dorothy (voice)
Jason Alexander ... Mr. Bibb / The Nome King (voice)
Amy Louise Pemberton ... Dorothy (singing) / The Mouse Queen (voice) (as Amy Pemberton)
Joe Alaskey ... The Wizard of Oz / Butch / Droopy (voice)
Michael Gough ... The Scarecrow / Hunk (voice) (as Michael J. Gough)
Rob Paulsen ... The Tin Man / Hickory / Gator (voice)
Todd Stashwick ... The Cowardly Lion / Zeke (voice)
Frances Conroy ... Auntie Em / Glinda (voice)
Laraine Newman ... The Wicked Witch of The West (voice)
Stephen Root ... Uncle Henry (voice)
Kath Soucie ... Tuffy the Munchkin Mouse / Tractor (voice)
Andrea Martin ... The Hungry Tiger (voice)
James Monroe Iglehart ... Calvin Carney / Jitterbug (voice) (as James Monroe Igelhart)
Spike Brandt Spike Brandt ... Spike (voice)
Jye Frasca ... Gnome (voice)
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With the Wicked Witch of the West now vanquished from Oz, Tom and Jerry along with Dorothy are back in Kansas! But not for long as an all-new villain has surfaced from beneath the magical land, the Gnome King! Having captured the Good Witch, the Gnome King and his army are wreaking havoc throughout Oz and need but one item to take control of The Emerald City, Dorothy's ruby slippers! It's up to our favorite cat and mouse duo to team up, go Back to Oz and save the land they love. Take to the skies, courtesy of the Wizard himself, with Dorothy, Toto, the Scarecrow, the Tin Man and the Lion as they make their magical journey. The laughs and adventure will roar as they encounter all-new frights and mischievous creatures down the Yellow Brick Road, 'cause "we're not in Kansas anymore!"

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The Jitterbug was a soundtrack that was cut from from the original film The Wizard of Oz (1939). See more »

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References The Wizard of Oz (2015) See more »

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A Mighty Fine Affair
Music and Lyrics by Benj Pasek and Justin Paul
performed by James Monroe Iglehart
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Returning to the Emerald city to take back it from a rising evil king.
14 September 2016 | by Reno-RanganSee all my reviews

The first thing everybody wants to know is that this film is not for everyone. If you are an animation fan and watch all the mainstream animations, particularly 3D animations, then you might won't enjoy it. The 2D animation is obviously outdated, but still used for televisions. Especially 'Tom & Jerry' film series are quite unstoppable. It does not follow-up exactly where the previous one ended, because it is for fun and everything in it was senseless to consider seriously. And the target audience is children, but anybody can watch it.

This is a sequel to the 'Tom & Jerry: The Wizard of Oz', so the tale continued with a quick recall in the opening. When some of the Dorothy's friends come to Kansas looks for help, she decides to do what she can. But they need a portal to transport to the Oz, so they go to find a wizard who can help them. The adventure begins when they reach the Emerald city where a new evil king posing a threat who has taken the crown and trying to merge his underworld kingdom to it. How Dorothy with Tom and Jerry and their friends save the Oz capital was told in the remaining part.

You know, I have not seen all the films in this franchise, but at least half of them. The problem with this was, 'The Wizard of Oz' has a big number of its own characters, so Tom and Jerry were completely out of the focus. You can see them very occasionally in it, but Dorothy and her friends take over all the prominent scenes. So if you are a big fan of 'Tom & Jerry', you won't be happy for it surely. In that case you can skip it, but it was not a bad flick. Even though it was a direct-to-video film, the production was decent. Whatever, I won't recommend it, since 'Tom & Jerry' is just a title, not enough adventures by them to consider it their film.

5/10


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21 June 2016 (USA) See more »

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