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Oz the Great and Powerful

Year:
Duration:
130 min
Genres:
Adventure | Family | Fantasy
IMDB rate:
6.4
Director:
Sam Raimi
Awards:
6 wins & 30 nominations
Details
Country: USA
Release Date: 2013-03-08
Filming Locations: Sony Pictures Studios - 10202 W. Washington Blvd., Culver City, California, USA
Earnings
Budget: $215,000,000
Opening Weekend: $79,110,453 (USA) (10 March 2013)
Gross: $234,911,825 (USA) (13 September 2013)
Cast
Actor
Character
Mila Kunis
Mila Kunis
Oz the Great and Powerful
Joey King
Joey King
Oz the Great and Powerful
James Franco
Oz
Rachel Weisz
Evanora
Michelle Williams
Annie
Zach Braff
Frank
Bill Cobbs
Master Tinker
Tony Cox
Knuck
Stephen R. Hart
Winkie General
Bruce Campbell
Winkie Gate Keeper
Ted Raimi
Skeptic in Audience
Tim Holmes
Strongman
Toni Wynne
Strong Man's Wife
Rob Crites
Firebreather
William Dick
Front Gate Barker
Gene Jones
Wild West Barker
John Lord Booth III
Oz's Tent Barker
Suzanne Keilly
Concessioneer
Shannon Murray
Girl in Wheelchair's Mother
Ralph Lister
Girl in Wheelchair's Father
John Manfredi
Disgruntled Kansas Man
Robert Stromberg
Disgruntled Kansas Man
Channing Pierce
Coochie Girl
Brian Searle
Clown
Russell Bobbitt
Mr. Baum
Julie Gershenson
Quadling Greeter
Dan Nelson
Quadling Man with Flowers (as Dan Nelson)
T.J. Jagodowski
Quadling Mayor
John Paxton
Elder Tinker
Melissa Exelberth
Quadling Woman with Broom
Steve Forbes
Quadling Farmer
Arnold Agee
Quadling Blacksmith
Julius Kline III
Quadling Scarecrow Maker
Theresa Tilly
Quadling Seamstress
Betsy Baker
Quadling Woman
Ellen Sandweiss
Quadling Woman
Sasha Kida Reynolds
Quadling Child (as Sasha Reynolds)
Ja'Vonne Cousins
Quadling Child
Bella Shepard
Quadling Child (as Isabella Sheperd)
Victoria Lurz
Quadling Child
Dashiell Raimi
Quadling Bugle Boy
Oliver Raimi
Quadling Drummer Boy
Brandon Hamilton
Singing & Dancing Munchkin
Stevie Lee Richardson
Munchkin Carriage Driver
Martin Klebba
Munchkin Rebel
Danielle Ragland
Female Munchkin Rebel
Bart McCarthy
Emerald City Man
Timothy Patrick Quill
Emerald City Man
Nicholas Lindsay-Abaire
Emerald City Boy
Bill E. Rogers
Emerald City Citizen
Dan Hicks
Emerald City Citizen (as Danny Hicks)
Mia Serafino
Emerald City Citizen
Lanika Wise
Emerald City Citizen
Mikayla Bouchard
Emerald City Citizen
Nellie Ann Prestine-Lowery
Emerald City Citizen
Emma Raimi
Emerald City Citizen
Jayne Violassi
Emerald City Citizen
Jay Schwalm
Emerald City Citizen
Wendy Cutler
Emerald City Citizen
James Bird
Emerald City Citizen
Kenneth D. Ciszewski
Emerald City Citizen
Chester F. Guilmet
Emerald City Citizen
Robert Buck
Emerald City Citizen
Jim Moll
Emerald City Citizen
Bernie Allemon
Dancing Munchkin
Dan Cota
Dancing Munchkin
Dale Drew
Dancing Munchkin
Mike Estes
Mayor of The Emerald City
Spencer Frost
Dancing Munchkin
Dan Gruenwald
Dancing Munchkin
Phillip Huber
China Girl Marionette
Mani Love
Dancing Munchkin
Jon Overgaauw
Dancing Munchkin
Eduardo Piedra
Dancing Munchkin
Eric Potts
Dancing Munchkin
Rafael Romano
Dancing Munchkin
David Spradlin
Dancing Munchkin
Michael Witous
Dancing Munchkin
Christophe Zajac-Denek
Dancing Munchkin
Chidi Ajufo
Winkie Guard
Talia Akiva
Kansas Girl (uncredited)
AnnMarie Arcuri
Quadling Girl (uncredited)
Blake Arnold
Winkie Guard
Apollo Bacala
Emerald City Man (uncredited)
Kelly Bacon
Emerald City Woman
Barb Baker
Emerald City Resident (uncredited)
Ron Baratono
Quadling Man (uncredited)
Cameron Barnett
Mayor's Assistant (uncredited)
Robert T. Barrett
Quadling #10 (uncredited)
Kevin Wayne Berger
Emerald City Man Kevin (uncredited)
Eric Brakke
Quadling Child (uncredited)
Wayne Brinston
Tinker (uncredited)
Colin Bryant
Winkie
Ron Causey
Tinker (uncredited)
Grady Chambless
Quadling Man (uncredited)
Lee Christian
Emerald City Citizen (uncredited)
Will Clarke
Emerald City Resident (uncredited)
Michael Clossin
Tinker (uncredited)
Zachary Robert Craft
Kansas Gentleman (uncredited)
Michael Dault
Quadling Farmer (uncredited)
Chase Edwards
Emerald City Boy (uncredited)
Christy Edwards
Quadling Violinist (uncredited)
Summer Edwards
Emerald City Girl (uncredited)
Neil Ellice
Theodora's Guard (uncredited)
Courtney English
Emerald City Girl (uncredited)
John C. Epperson
Winkie
Vi Faulkner
Winkie
Jessee Foudray
Quadling Woman
Carly Francavilla
Emerald City Woman
Logan Fry
Tinker (uncredited)
Nesti Gee
Emerald City Citizen (uncredited)
Derrick Gilliam
Winkie
Jacob Godzak
Tinker (uncredited)
Ryan Groves
Quadling Man (uncredited)
Brice Harris
Winkie
Nate Hatton
Quadling Man (uncredited)
Niki Haze
Quadling Women (uncredited)
Ron Heisler
Kansas Man (uncredited)
Hans Ihlenfeldt
Winkie
Alexander Christopher Jones
Lt. Tinker (uncredited)
Roy Kellerman Jr.
Happy Clown (uncredited)
Dennis Kleinsmith
Tinker (uncredited)
Doug Kolbicz
Emerald City Resident (uncredited)
Jessica Nichole Lach
Quadling (uncredited)
Bryan Lee
Emerald City Man (uncredited)
Kef Lee
Roustabout / Quadling Chimney Sweeper (uncredited)
Vong Lee
Emerald City Man (uncredited)
Anna Li
Emerald City Resident (uncredited)
Linda Linsley
Kansas Popcorn Girl (uncredited)
Hannah Madigan
Emerald City Citizen (uncredited)
Johnny Marra
Quadling (uncredited)
Rebecca Mccarthy
Emerald City Resident (uncredited)
Bob Jay Mills
Baker (uncredited)
Reza Mir
Quadling #14 (uncredited)
Lori Mulligan
Quadling Woman
Fionna Noori
Emerald City Girl (uncredited)
Oz Noori
Emerald City Resident (uncredited)
Heather Park
Quadling (uncredited)
Jessica Petrik
Quadling Woman
Sage Porter
Quadling (uncredited)
Jordan Rafael
Dancing Munchkin (uncredited)
Gene Richards
Quadling Man (uncredited)
Lukas Ridge
Winkie Soldier (uncredited)
Nicholas Ritz
Emerald City Resident (uncredited)
Ari Rufino
Fisherman (uncredited)
Anthony J Sacco
Emerald City Resident (uncredited)
Keith Schloemp
Tinker (uncredited)
David Schwager
Tinker (uncredited)
Ashley Siloac
Quadling Townsperson #2 (uncredited)
Nikki Smith
Emerald City Resident (uncredited)
Paul J. Spear
Roustabout (uncredited)
Rachel Steele
Emerald City Citizen (uncredited)
Amy Sutherland
Quadling Angry Townswoman (uncredited)
Eric Adam Swenson
Emerald City Resident (uncredited)
Stephen Tako
Winkie
Kevin Thompson
Munchkin (uncredited)
Francisca Viudes
Quadling Farah (uncredited)
David Waldman
Tinker (uncredited)
Filip Watermann
Guard #1 (uncredited)
Michael O. Watkins
Carriage Coachman (uncredited)
Matt Weinglass
Winkie
Alaina Whitney
Quadling Woman
Jake Williams
Kansas Boy (uncredited)
Otis Winston
Winkie
Did you know?
Trivia
James Franco and Mila Kunis previously appeared together as the bizarre couple "Taste" and "Whippit" in Date Night (2010).
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This is the third time Mila Kunis circles a role in "Oz". She previously appeared in a stage production of "The Wizard of Oz" in third grade, and additionally starred as Dorothy in a parody on That '70s Show (1998).
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This is the second Oz-related movie to be produced by the Disney company. Their first film was Return to Oz (1985).
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Goofs
When Oz is talking to Glinda about leaving and packing his bag, he puts the deck of cards into his bag and the table is mostly empty. Next shot the cards are laying on the table again. Finally, he picks the deck up for a second time and places them in the bag.
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When Oz and Theodora flee from the crash site, Theodora's boots are flat; moments later, when he boosts her into the cave, the boots have high heels.
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Throughout the movie, the facial hair thickness of the Oz was not as it was at the beginning shots of the movie. The thickness of the hair slightly changed between short to shorter, then back to normal.
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Quotes
Oz: Theodora, I know your wickedness is not your doing! And should you ever find the goodness within you, you are welcome to return!
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Oz: I don't want to be a good man... I want to be a great one.
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China Girl: Why don't you just use this?
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Faq
Q
Why isn't Glinda the witch of the North?
A
In the books, Glinda is the Witch of the South. When Dorothy first arrives in Oz she meets the witch of the North first and Glinda at the end. The 1939 film combined the two witches. Oz the great and Powerful restores Glinda to being the Witch of the South with the witch of the North unknown/unmentioned in the film.
Q
Where are the ruby slippers, munchkinland, etc.?
A
The ruby slippers and various other elements were inventions of the 1939 MGM film. Due to legal issues, Disney was not able to use these elements. This extended to small thing like the spiral yellow brick road design, to what color green the wicked witch's skin could be.
Q
Where is Elphaba?
A
This version is not canon to Wicked or to the 1939 MGM musical film. It is canon to Baum's books. So Elphaba does not appear. In this movie, she is replaced with Evanora, to make us think that she's the Wicked Witch of the East and Theodora is the Wicked Witch of the West.
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Photos from cast
Mila Kunis Abigail Spencer Deborah Puette Joey King