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What Songs are featured in this Movie?

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Ding-Dong! The Witch Is Dead
performed by Abe Dinovitch, Betty Rome, Billie Burke, Billy Bletcher, Bud Linn, Carol Tevis, Delos Jewkes, Jon Dodson, Judy Garland, Ken Darby, Lois Clements, Nick Angelo, Pinto Colvig, Rad Robinson, Robert Bradford, Virgil Johanson, and Zari Elmassian

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This Song is played in The Wizard of Oz
This song, appropriately plays after everyone learns that Dorothy killed the Wicked Witch of the East.

Follow the Yellow Brick Road
performed by Abe Dinovitch, Betty Rome, Billy Bletcher, Carol Tevis, Delos Jewkes, Lois Clements, Nick Angelo, Pinto Colvig, Robert Bradford, Virgil Johanson, and Zari Elmassian; composed by Harold Arlen; written by

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This Song is played in The Wizard of Oz
This song is sung by the Munchkins after Dorothy arrives in Oz.

You're Off to See the Wizard
performed by Abe Dinovitch, Betty Rome, Billy Bletcher, Carol Tevis, Delos Jewkes, Lois Clements, Nick Angelo, Pinto Colvig, Robert Bradford, The Debutantes, The King's Men, Virgil Johanson, and Zari Elmassian

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This Song is played in The Wizard of Oz

What Books are the basis of this Movie?

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The Wonderful Wizard of Oz written by L. Frank Baum
part of The Wizard of Oz

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz
written by
part of The Wizard of Oz

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This Book is the basis of The Wizard of Oz

Pop Culture Connections - Incoming

What Movies reference this Movie?

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What Television Commercials reference this Movie?

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Bad Santa 2 Commercial

Bad Santa 2 Commercial

Dates: - November 2016
This Television Commercial refers to The Wizard of Oz
Willy mentions the land of Oz in reference to Marcus
Comcast Xfinity Commercial

Comcast Xfinity Commercial

Dates: - May 2015
This Television Commercial refers to The Wizard of Oz
Nike+ FuelBand Commercial

Nike+ FuelBand Commercial

Dates: - May 2012
This Television Commercial refers to The Wizard of Oz
The Scarecrow, Tin Man, Dorothy, and The Lion are shown skipping down the Yellow Brick Road.

What Television Episodes reference this Movie?

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Anthology of Interest II part of Futurama Season 4

Futurama:
Season: 4 / Episode: 3

Anthology of Interest II

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This Television Episode refers to The Wizard of Oz
Leela's "what if" story is a parody of The Wizard of Oz.
Coalition part of Justified Season 3

Justified:
Season: 3 / Episode: 12

Coalition

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This Television Episode refers to The Wizard of Oz
Fear part of Wilfred Season 1

Wilfred:
Season: 1 / Episode: 3

Fear

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This Television Episode refers to The Wizard of Oz
Wilfred and Ryan are playing the game, "Kill-Screw-Marry". Wilfred says he would screw Toto, marry Lassie and kill Marmaduke.
The Color Yellow part of The Simpsons Season 21

The Simpsons:
Season: 21 / Episode: 13

The Color Yellow

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This Television Episode refers to The Wizard of Oz
The opening scene of The Simpsons shows Principle Skinner's mother, riding a bicycle while the music from The Wizard of Oz plays briefly.
The Story on Page One part of Family Guy Season 2

Family Guy:
Season: 2 / Episode: 19

The Story on Page One

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This Television Episode refers to The Wizard of Oz
When the Griffin family goes to see the dean, at the receptionist desk a man says, "No one sees the dean, not nobody, not no how!" A reference to the film The Wizard of Oz. Later in the episode, Peter tells Luke Perry that the Pink Floyd album The Dark Side of the Moon synchronizes with The Wizard of Oz, which is often regarded as Dark Side of the Rainbow.
Tin Man Is Down part of Homeland Season 3

Homeland:
Season: 3 / Episode: 1

Tin Man Is Down

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This Television Episode refers to The Wizard of Oz
The code names given to the targets in the bold assassination plot are character names from the film 'The Wizard of Oz'.
Women's Appreciation part of The Office Season 3

The Office:
Season: 3 / Episode: 21

Women's Appreciation

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This Television Episode refers to The Wizard of Oz
At the end of the episode, Michael recaps his deep appreciation for women - especially the women in his office. He tells the camera what he wishes for each of them. He wishes for Pam to have courage, Kelly to have a brain and Angela to have a heart.

What Books reference this Movie?

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Twilight written by Stephenie Meyer
part of Twilight

Twilight
written by
part of Twilight

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This Book refers to The Wizard of Oz

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