One of the most iconic films ever made, “The Wizard of Oz” is an adaptation of the popular novel “The wonderful Wizard of Oz” by L. Frank Baum. The film tells the story of a little girl called Dorothy (Judy Garland) living on a Kansas farm in the early 20th century. Dorothy is mortal enemies with her neighbor Almira Gulch, who gets sheriff’s approval to get rid of Dorothy’s dog Toto for biting her on the leg. Dorothy and Toto run away from home to escape Miss Gulch, and they eventually cross paths with Professor Marvel, a shady fortune teller who uses a mind trick to convince Dorothy to go back home. Upon Dorothy’s arrival to the farm a great tornado occurs, and, unable to escape, Dorothy and the entire farm house get caught in the whirlwind. Once the tornado settles, Dorothy finds herself transported to Munchkin Land, where she has to flee from the Wicked Witch of the West, who wants vengeance after Dorothy’s house landed on her sister and killed her. Dorothy needs to flee to Emerald City where the wizard of Oz might help her go back home. On her voyage she is joined by a scarecrow in search of a brain, a tin man in search of a heart, and a lion in search of courage. Her journey concludes with the final showdown with the Wicked Witch of the West, and discovering that Wizard of Oz has a secret. Dorothy finally claps her magic slippers and repeats “there’s no place like home” three times, ad she awakes in her bad back in Kansas, surrounded by her family and friends.