Report ad
Take another quiz >
thumb

Wizard of Oz Quiz

Can you answer these questions about the Wizard of Oz, mostly based on the 1939 movie?
Give Up?
Enter answer here
0 / 23 guessed
The quiz is paused. You have remaining.
Scoring
You scored /23 = %.
This beats or equals % of test takers
The average score is
Your high score is
Your best time is remaining
Points
You have earned / 5 points for this quiz
This quiz is not eligible for points
Next Level
/
Keep scrolling down for answers and more stats ...
×
Help

Enter answers in the area marked "Enter answer here".

You can enter any answer, at any time - they don't have to be in order

Punctuation and capitalization don't matter on JetPunk.

Question
Answer
Who starred as Dorothy in the 1939 movie?
What is Dorothy's last name?
What U.S. state does Dorothy come from?
What carries her to Oz?
What is the name of her dog?
What color are her slippers? (be specific)
Who are the three companions of Dorothy, and what do they lack?
What is the name of the Good Witch?
What animals does the Wicked Witch of the West send after Dorothy?
What happened to the Wicked Witch that can also happen to an ice cube?
What city does the Wizard live in?
What road leads to that city?
Who wrote the book "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz"?
What words does Dorothy say to leave Oz?
There's No Place Like Home
Who starred as Dorothy in the 1978 movie "The Wiz"?
What 2003 stage musical tells the story from the perspective of the Wicked Witch?
What band's album "The Dark Side of the Moon" is said to be
a soundtrack to the 1939 movie?
What song from the 1939 movie won an Oscar?
Over the Rainbow
Answer Stats
Question
Answer
% Correct
Your %
+1
level 74
May 5, 2017
Could you accept "Glenda" for the Good Witch? It's not really spelled out anywhere until the credits...
report
delete
reply
+1
level ∞
May 6, 2017
Okay
report
delete
reply
+1
level 72
May 9, 2017
Could cyclone be accepted as well as tornado? It's actually the word used in the movie.
report
delete
reply
+1
level 73
May 11, 2017
For some reason I thought they said twister.
report
delete
reply
+1
level 56
Jun 18, 2017
I tried twister as well.
report
delete
+1
level 71
Sep 13, 2017
They say both. One of the farmers says twister and later Dorothy says cyclone.
report
delete
+1
level ∞
Sep 14, 2017
All those will work now
report
delete
+1
level 30
Sep 15, 2017
Technically the house carried her away, just sayin' (but that shouldn't be an answer)
report
delete
reply
+1
level 68
May 19, 2017
And the least known answer is who created the damned thing!
report
delete
reply
+1
level 67
Jun 15, 2017
Yeah, amazing
report
delete
reply
+1
level 66
Sep 6, 2017
You want amazing? Here's an anecdote from Harmetz' book about the making of the movie: When the wardrobe department was looking for a coat for Frank Morgan (Prof. Marvel / The Wizard), it decided it wanted one that looked like it had once been elegant but had since "gone to seed." They visited a second-hand store and purchased an entire rack of coats, from which Morgan, the head of the wardrobe department and director Victor Fleming chose one they felt gave off the perfect appearance of "shabby gentility." One day, while he was on set in the coat, Morgan idly turned out one of the pockets and discovered a label indicating that the coat had been made for L. Frank Baum. Mary Mayer, a unit publicist for the film, contacted the tailor and Baum's widow, who both verified that the coat had at one time been owned by the author of the original "Wizard of Oz" books. After the filming was completed, the coat was presented to Mrs. Baum.
report
delete
+1
level 55
May 21, 2017
Got all but the three least guessed.
report
delete
reply
+1
level 69
May 31, 2017
I vividly remember the first time I watched this as a kid. That close-up of Margaret Hamilton's green face really creeped me out!
report
delete
reply
+1
level 72
Sep 13, 2017
No one had color TV when I was a kid, so I had no idea her face was green until I saw it years later in color, and yes, it was really creepy.
report
delete
reply
+1
level 57
Sep 13, 2017
Never heard that about Dark Side of the Moon. Can't imagine 'Money' being played over Wizard of Oz. Well I can, and I don't think it works. Also, matching a 43 minute record to a 101 minute film is never going to be easy.
report
delete
reply
+1
level 65
Sep 13, 2017
You should check it out. There is a youtube video of it synced up. Some people say you can restart the album after it ends, but it doesn't really work the second time around. It wasn't as good as I remembered it when I saw the youtube video, but the first time I saw it I was umm... in an altered state.
report
delete
reply
+1
level 65
Sep 13, 2017
BTW, the song Money starts at the exact moment Dorothy steps into Oz.
report
delete
+1
level 49
Sep 13, 2017
100% with 1:05 minutes left
report
delete
reply
+1
level 76
Sep 13, 2017
Witch's last words are still wrong...
report
delete
reply
+1
level 70
Sep 13, 2017
This was my favorite movie when I was about 5 or 6 years old. Prior to 1986 when it became The Transformers...
report
delete
reply
+1
level 59
Sep 13, 2017
Should accept "tin woodSman", not tin woodman."
report
delete
reply
+1
level ∞
Sep 14, 2017
Tin Woodsman is incorrect. But I'll accept it anyway. :)
report
delete
reply
+1
level 54
Sep 13, 2017
Everyone should read Roger Ebert's review of this movie. It is truly excellent.
report
delete
reply
+1
level 45
Sep 13, 2017
100% 2:53 left.
report
delete
reply
+1
level 60
Sep 13, 2017
I agree with the earlier posts - you really should accept cyclone.
report
delete
reply
+1
level 21
Sep 13, 2017
I just wanted to add the book was written as a political satire with Dorothy's shoes being sliver- to represent the miners. The lion was William Jennings Bryant and they were going to Washington to protest. Then it became a hit as a children's book. Fun?
report
delete
reply
+1
level 54
Sep 22, 2017
I just read up on this. The satire angle appears to be a fairly popular interpretation among scholars, but it is not an undisputed fact that Baum intended the work as a satire, or that the lion is Jennings Bryan. Seems Baum himself never acknowledged those claims.
report
delete
reply
×
Congrats!
You have reached a new level
To save this level, you'll have to
create an account
×
Congrats!
You have earned a new badge
To save this badge, you'll have to
create an account