The Wizard of Oz

Season 1 Episode 3

Fearless

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Aired Saturday 8:30 AM Sep 22, 1990 on ABC
9.1
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Dorothy, Scarecrow, Tin Man, and Lion are at a spooky Carnival trying to Find the Wizard...The Witch has disguised herself as a fortune teller and the Lion goes and visits her. She puts a spell on him so that every time he hears the word Courage he will get his Courage back, but when he hears the word again, he becomes Cowardly again. When The 4 friends are together they go into the Fortune Teller's wagon and a Deck of Cards spells out "Wizard in Pop-Land"(A clue left by the Witch). They travel to Pop-land...It's a dangerous place full of mean Jack in the boxes, and the Lion keeps getting reminded about his "Courage" They find the Wizard and the Witch shows up to ruin the day...Dorothy taps heels and water comes out of many Jack in the boxes and scares her away. The Wizard is blown away in his balloon...again. They four friends, and Toto too skip off down the Yellow Brick Road.moreless

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  • In "FEARLESS", Dorothy and her friends wind up at a local carnival in the dark woods. As the friends explore, Lion finds himself in a fortune teller caravan who gives the Lion the power of courage. Then the gang visits a dangerous land where the wizard anmoreless

    8.5
    Along the lines of the classic 1939 movie, this show is fun to watch, espically for fans of the movie. This episode isn't the greatest in the short series but is fun to watch. The one thing that makes the series work is def. the wicked witch and her ways
Tress MacNeille

Tress MacNeille

The Wicked Witch of the West

Frank Welker

Frank Welker

Toto

Liz Georges

Liz Georges

Dorothy

Alan Oppenheimer

Alan Oppenheimer

The Wizard

David Lodge

David Lodge

The Scarecrow

B.J. Ward

B.J. Ward

Glinda the Good Witch of the North

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