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Crawley Films Carl Banas, James Doohan, Larry D. Mann, Bernard Cowan, Alfie Scopp Harry Kerwin Arthur Rankin Jr, Jules Bass, Larry Roemer, Antony Peters, Bernard Cowan ,
  • 1961
  • Crawley Films (Rankin/Bass)
  • Videocrafts Incorporated.
  • Tales of The Wizard of Oz Episode Guide
  • Cartoon Characters: Dorothy Gale, Toto, Socrates the Straw Man, Rusty the Tin Man, Dandy Lion, Wizard of Oz, Munchkins.
  • Vocal Talent: Carl Banas (Dandy Lion), James Doohan (The Wizard of Oz), Larry D. Mann (Rusty the Tin Woodman, Witch), Bernard Cowan (Munchkins), Alfie Scopp (Socrates the Scarecrow).
  • Directed By Harry Kerwin.
  • Produced By Arthur Rankin Jr, Jules Bass, Larry Roemer, Antony Peters, Bernard Cowan.
  • Written By Arthur Rankin Jr
    Based on the Original Novel By: L. Frank Baum.

Additional Crew:



  • Voice Director: Bernard Cowan.


  • © 1961 Rankin Bass Productions, Inc. All Rights Reserved


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Being "Wizard of Oz" is only a year-long term, so Socrates and Rusty try to help the true Wizard to get reelected to another term. But when the Wizard gives a...  (more)

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