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  1. Gardarisar says:
    I love this album by Lee Harris and Barry Goldstein! It resonates so deeply with my heart. It is an uplifting, inspiring, healing journey to your soul. There Is Light Here has become my new favorite song of all times. I listen to it over and over/5(12).
  2. Mahn says:
    Journey Back to Oz is the soundtrack album to the animated film of the same name, which is loosely based on The Marvelous Land of Oz, and stars Liza Minnelli as the voice of Dorothy gukusgardamuroariufym.xyzinfo recorded in , it was not released until The animated film to which it is the soundtrack appeared in A second edition of the soundtrack was also released in , confusingly under the Missing: Heart.
  3. Faejin says:
    Return to Oz is a American/Canadian animated television special produced by Crawley Films for Videocraft gukusgardamuroariufym.xyzinfo first aired on 9 February in the United States on NBC's The General Electric Fantasy Hour block. It was directed by F. R. Crawley, Thomas Glynn and Larry Roemer from a teleplay by Romeo Muller, who later wrote Dorothy in the Land of Oz.
  4. Bakus says:
    Dec 14,  · This A Sequel To The Wizard Of Oz In Which Dorothy Travels Back To Oz. journey back to oz nose tickling sneezing scene - Duration: Ti7Ck7Li7Sh Recommended for you.
  5. Muzil says:
    Wamego#48 May 15, -- THREE TITLES, ONE FILM: RETURN TO/THE LAND OF/JOURNEY BACK TO/OZ! -- Part Three [At left: On their JOURNEY BACK TO OZ, Liza Minnelli’s Dorothy – and dog, Toto – once again find themselves trundling down the Yellow Brick Road. They have their first encounter with the literal and figurati.
  6. Durn says:
    The complete original soundtrack album with added related themes. The original recordings skip in places, so I added some tracks that are film clips. These a.
  7. Tygogis says:
    Explore releases from the Warner Bros. Pictures label. Discover what's missing in your discography and shop for Warner Bros. Pictures releases.
  8. Mikalar says:
    Mar 28,  · Both The Wizard of Oz and Journey Back to Oz benefitted from television. Wizard became an institution in its yearly presentations starting in Journey, of course, cannot claim anything close to such fame, but was aired as a Christmas special in (for the ABC broadcast, Bill Cosby, then of Filmation’s Fat Albert series, appeared in live-action wraparound segments with Dal Missing: Heart.

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