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Munchkin Country

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  • Carroll was one of more than 100 adults and children who were recruited to play the movie natives of what author L. Frank Baum called Munchkin Country in his 1900 book The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.

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  • Carroll was one of more than 100 adults and children who were recruited to play the movie natives of what author L. Frank Baum called Munchkin Country in his 1900 book "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz."

    Home News Tribune - News

  • "He wanted new straw to stuff himself with, so he went to the Munchkin Country, where straw is plentiful."

    Love Letters

  • One must acknowledge that Mr. Goldwater has made a felicitous contribution to our political language by his reference to Washington as the Land of Oz. The Senator's six-shooter, for once, is unerringly on target — Washington, like Oz. is physically divided into four parts, and somewhere on the wilder outskirts of Munchkin Country lies the CIA.and its director, John A. McCone, a true Wizard of Oz. whose specialty is dirty tricks.

    Who's in Charge Here?

  • "So, should we turn south from here, we would pass into the Munchkin Country, and continuing south we would reach the Quadling Country where Glinda's castle is located."

    The Tin Woodman of Oz

  • We are now in the Munchkin Country, where we are perfectly safe, and if it was right for me, before our enchantment, to marry Nimmie Amee and make her Empress of the Winkies, it must be right now, when the enchantment has been broken and I am once more myself.

    The Tin Woodman of Oz

  • When, finally, the day came when the adventurers headed south into the Munchkin Country, Dorothy asked anxiously:

    The Tin Woodman of Oz

  • "Are we going to the Munchkin Country by way of the Emerald City?" inquired the Scarecrow, who looked upon the Tin Woodman as the leader of the party.

    The Tin Woodman of Oz

  • This seemed very wonderful to Woot, who knew that such a thing could never happen in any place but a fairy country like Oz. The Munchkin Country was much nicer than the Gillikin Country, and all the fields were separated by blue fences, with grassy lanes and paths of blue ground, and the land seemed well cultivated.

    The Tin Woodman of Oz

  • But it is surely not too late, even now, to do this, for the girl must still be living in the Munchkin Country.

    The Tin Woodman of Oz

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