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Emerald City

The Emerald City is the capital city of the fictional Land of Oz in L. Frank Baum's Oz books, first described in The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. The city is sometimes called the City of Emeralds.

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Emerald City - Adaptations and Allusions
... Witch of the West and Son of a Witch, the Emerald City is a much darker place than in Baum's novels ... Southstairs, an extensive political prison located in the caves below the Emerald City ... musical Oz) wrote a play in 1987 called Emerald City ...
The Giant Garden Of Oz - Synopsis
... In his sixth Oz book, The Emerald City of Oz, Baum had brought the two characters from the mundane world of Kansas to the Emerald City, where they ... Dorothy sets out for the Emerald City, climbing a landscape of mountainous produce ... companionship (the cow wants to see the Emerald City) ...
Emerald City (song)
... "Emerald City" is a song by The Seekers telling of the singer's fictional visit to the Emerald City of L ...
Luis Ruiz - Main Characters - Inmates
... can be seen with Harden and Schirner around Emerald City ... The tension grows and Emerald City is locked down for some minutes ... Gougeon, Harden, and the other Christians are transferred out of Em City on orders from Martin Querns ...
Musical Selections In The Wizard Of Oz - Rhino Records Deluxe Soundtrack Album - Music in The Film
... The Witch Is Dead - The Munchkins As Mayor of the Munchkin City - The Munchkins As Coroner I Must Aver - The Munchkin Coroner The Lullaby League - Three Munchkin girls (Betty Rome, Carol Tevis, Lorraine ... Sweetly - vocal Ding-Dong! The Witch Is Dead - vocal As Mayor of the Munchkin City - vocal As Coroner, I Must Aver - vocal Ding-Dong! The Witch Is Dead (Reprise) - vocal ...

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