“The Wizard of Oz” is considered a classic and is one of the finest and most successful Hollywood musicals of film history: A tornado takes the fourteen year old Dorothy from Kansas to the magical land of Oz.
There she finds out, that she can only find her way back home with the help of the Wizard of Oz.
Accompanied by a scarecrow, a tin man and a lion, she follows the road to the castle of the wizard, but the Wicked Witch of the West tries to stop them …
The Miniami residents had just watched the movie – and the “Wizard of Oz” party was in full swing …
… when the wicked witch of the west flew in.
Witch: “Where did you hide my magic shoes?”.
Witch: “You’re a liar, be sure I’ll find out the truth … Carla: Go back to Kansas, you ugly old witch!
Witch: “How about a fire? My favorite dish is frog legs!”
Carla: “That’s enough, how about a cup of tea in your face?”
Carla had discussed enough and poured the tea on the witch.
Witch: I melt, I melt! What a world!
Pattern: Wicked Witch of the West