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Oz, el poderoso

Oz, el poderoso
Oz, el poderoso Rating: 61 out of 100 based on 55 reviews.
“Oz: Un mundo de fantasía” recrea los orígenes del Mago de Oz. Oscar Diggs (James Franco), un mago de circo de poca monta y de dudosa reputación, es arrojado desde la polvorienta Kansas al reluciente País de Oz. Está convencido de que le ha tocado el premio gordo y que la fama y la fortuna están a su alcance. Pero las cosas cambian cuando conoce a tres brujas: Theodora (Mila Kunis), Evanora (Rachel Weisz) y Glinda (Michelle Williams), que no están nada convencidas de que Oscar sea el gran mago que todo el mundo estaba esperando. A su pesar, Oscar debe enfrentarse a los enormes problemas que tiene el País de Oz y a sus habitantes, y tendrá que descubrir quiénes están de su lado y quiénes son sus enemigos antes de que sea demasiado tarde. Utilizando sus juegos de magia con ingenio, fantasía y algo de brujería, Oscar no sólo se transformará en el grande y poderoso Mago de Oz sino también en un hombre mejor.
Interpretación
Michelle Williams

Annie / Glinda
Mila Kunis

Theodora
Zach Braff

Frank / Finley
Bill Cobbs

Master Tinker
Joey King

Girl in Wheelchair / China Girl
Stephen R. Hart

Winkie General
Abigail Spencer

May (as Abigail Leigh Spencer)
Bruce Campbell

Winkie Gate Keeper
Ted Raimi

Skeptic in Audience
Tim Holmes

Strongman
Toni Wynne

Strong Man's Wife
Rob Crites

Firebreather
Producción
Director:Sam Raimi
Producer:Grant Curtis (executive producer)
K.C. Hodenfield (co-producer)
W. Mark McNair (co-producer)
Palak Patel (executive producer)
Joe Roth (producer)
Philip Steuer (executive producer)
Debbi Bossi (associate producer)
Joshua Donen (executive producer)
Tamara Watts Kent (co-producer)
Writer:L. Frank Baum ("Oz" works)
Mitchell Kapner (screen story)
David Lindsay-Abaire (screenplay)
Valoraciones de Oz, el poderoso
CLIPS
Oscar Diggs (James Franco), a small-time magician and ladies' man with questionable ethics, is on the run from a jealous husband. Escaping in a hot-air balloon, he is caught in a tornado and hurled into the colorful land of Oz.
Groucho Reviews
The "sound-alike" has long been a practice of those looking to borrow the cachet of a piece of music by producing a knock-off rather than paying royalties for the real deal. Well, Disney has a shiny new Oz movie for you (and the whole family) that's...
Reel Film Reviews
A prequel to L. Frank Baum's Oz series, Oz the Great and Powerful follows Oscar Diggs (James Franco) as he's swept to the mystical land of Oz in a hot-air balloon - with the movie detailing the character's exploits in the magical realm and his...
Leer crítica25 jun 2013
iHaveNet.com
In show business, like all business, very often you spend money to make money. Director Sam Raimi's "Oz: The Great and Powerful" is Disney's latest attempt to spend $200 million to make a billion worldwide, on the order of Tim Burton's "Alice in...
NorthShoreMovies.net
OZ THE GREAT AND POWERFUL is, in effect, a prequel to the beloved 1939 classic “The Wizard of Oz.” Yes, there’s a tip of the hat to L. Frank Baum (who wrote the Oz books) but director Sam Raimi and his collaborators knew that for most viewers...
Leer crítica8 mar 2013
Valoraciones de Oz, el poderoso
CLIPS
Oscar Diggs (James Franco), a small-time magician and ladies' man with questionable ethics, is on the run from a jealous husband. Escaping in a hot-air balloon, he is caught in a tornado and hurled into the colorful land of Oz.
Groucho Reviews
The "sound-alike" has long been a practice of those looking to borrow the cachet of a piece of music by producing a knock-off rather than paying royalties for the real deal. Well, Disney has a shiny new Oz movie for you (and the whole family) that's...
Reel Film Reviews
A prequel to L. Frank Baum's Oz series, Oz the Great and Powerful follows Oscar Diggs (James Franco) as he's swept to the mystical land of Oz in a hot-air balloon - with the movie detailing the character's exploits in the magical realm and his...
Leer crítica25 jun 2013
iHaveNet.com
In show business, like all business, very often you spend money to make money. Director Sam Raimi's "Oz: The Great and Powerful" is Disney's latest attempt to spend $200 million to make a billion worldwide, on the order of Tim Burton's "Alice in...
NorthShoreMovies.net
OZ THE GREAT AND POWERFUL is, in effect, a prequel to the beloved 1939 classic “The Wizard of Oz.” Yes, there’s a tip of the hat to L. Frank Baum (who wrote the Oz books) but director Sam Raimi and his collaborators knew that for most viewers...
Leer crítica8 mar 2013
The Film Yap
Like with Hitchcock’s “Rear Window,” “The Call” is challenged by having a protagonist who is more or less stuck in one place. Unlike “Rear Window,” this new thriller manages to siphon off dramatic tension instead of building it, taking a strong opening...
Leer crítica14 mar 2013
One Guy's Opinion
Despite the title, Sam Raimi’s new Oz movie isn’t great; it isn’t even good. “Oz the Great and Powerful” is certainly splashy and colorful. But it’s also sluggish, derivative and in the end rather tedious.
stltoday.com
Once upon a time, a movie spinoff of “The Wizard of Oz” might have sounded like a joke, similar to the “Graduate” sequel that Buck Henry proposed in “The Player.” Yet there actually is a literary sequel to “The Graduate” by the original novelist...
Leer crítica14 mar 2013
Atlantic City Weekly
Your mindset regarding Oz the Great and Powerful is most likely shaped by your reaction to The Wizard of Oz, the film classic that was a staple on television for decades. Either you loved the original and were interested in exploring the...
Leer crítica13 mar 2013
Screen Jabber
To put it bluntly, Oz the Great and Powerful is magnificent. That's a big call, but it's true. Raimi has cleverly managed to recapture the magic of The Wizard of Oz (a film that remains dear and special to millions of us) and yet give us a...
MediaMikes
It’s one of the most beloved films of all time. When I was a young boy I would see this film on television each year and always know that Easter was close. The film, of course, is the 1939 classic “The Wizard of Oz.” And while there have been many...
Leer crítica7 mar 2013
Orlando Weekly
It’s almost impossible to follow, or in this case precede, a classic. It takes courage, but apparently no brains or heart, as Disney’s prequel to 1939’s The Wizard of Oz has some of the look of a great fantasy but none of the magic, thanks to a...
Leer crítica5 mar 2013
Sacramento News & Review
So, who was he before he was the man behind the curtain? Not a bad question to start with, as it’s something a clever child might actually ask. One disappointing answer is Oz the Great and Powerful, as much of a prequel as a movie can be under peculiar...
Leer crítica14 mar 2013
Monsters and Critics
The origins story behind the Wonderful Wizard of Oz’ arrival and life in the Emerald City is familiar, traditional and new. The elements of Dorothy’s tornado-driven arrival in Oz are vividly redrawn for an earlier time.
Leer crítica7 mar 2013
Christian Science Monitor
“Oz The Great and Powerful” is the latest in a seemingly endless stream of Hollywood fairy-tale redos. It’s a bit better than “Jack the Giant Slayer,” but not by much. Directed by Sam Raimi, it’s a prequel to “The Wizard of Oz” that attempts to answer...
Leer crítica8 mar 2013
JoBlo's Movie Emporium
Sam Raimi’s WIZARD OF OZ prequel is big in just about every way a tent pole movie can be. It’s big-budget, with big effects, and big stars- but biggest of all is its ambition. MGM’s THE WIZARD OF OZ has been an undisputed childhood classic...
Leer crítica6 mar 2013
Houston Press
You know, requiring all visitors to travel by tornado is a pretty stout anti-immigration policy.
Leer crítica8 mar 2013
Richard Roeper.com
Too many of the performances just don’t pop.
filmjabber
What does $325 million buy you these days? A groundbreaking prequel to The Wizard of Oz, or an unimaginative orgy of cartoonish special effects starring James Franco playing James Franco? Oz the Great and Powerful is more the latter than the former.
Mania.com
Early reviews of Oz the Great and Powerful keep comparing it to the Judy Garland film. Stop that! Yes, director Sam Raimi and the folks at Disney posit it as a prequel to the iconic Wizard of Oz, and make a number of sly nods to their predecessor...
Leer crítica8 mar 2013
Maui Time
In this prequel to L. Frank Baum's The Wonderful Wizard of Oz books and the timeless 1939 musical, James Franco plays Oz as a ramshackle, womanizing, traveling magician. A tornado whisks him away to the land of Oz, where, due to a prophecy, he is...
Leer crítica6 mar 2013
Aisle Seat
Like most kids, I saw The Wizard of Oz innumerable times growing up. The funny thing is that, as an adult, I remembered everything right up to the minute where the characters reached Emerald City.
MovieCrypt.com
Small time carnival con-man and magician Oz (James Franco) dreams of greatness but has a small-time mentality (not to mention a weakness for pretty faces). When circumstances force him into a hot air balloon that gets sucked up by a tornado...
Leer crítica31 mar 2013
Susan Granger Entertainment Commentaries
Disney is betting $325 million that audiences, worldwide, are going to flock to see this prequel to Victor Fleming’s classic “Wizard of Oz,” which catapulted Judy Garland to stardom and made L. Frank Baum’s fantasy fable an integral part of American...
Leer crítica7 mar 2013
Mark Reviews Movies
For all its shiny, colorful, and technically impressive visual effects, Oz the Great and Powerful only occasionally accomplishes what its predecessor did over 70 years ago with only matte paintings, trick cinematography, imaginative sets, clever...
Leer crítica7 mar 2013
RedEye
Even then it’d still have James Franco, who should never again collaborate with director Sam Raimi. Franco's turn as Peter Parker's pal/nemesis Harry Osborn in Raimi's “Spider-Man” trilogy may be the actor's worst work, and he’s just as lost in the...
Leer crítica7 mar 2013
Eric D. Snider
You wanted a prequel to “The Wizard of Oz,” and you got one! It’s a very popular novel and stage musical called “Wicked.” Also, here is this, “Oz the Great and Powerful,” a marvelously candy-colored and overall-pretty-fun-nothing-great-but-it’s...
Fresno Bee
"Oz the Great and Powerful" should have been called "Oz the Good and Passable." The new film from director Sam Raimi has flashes of brilliance but overall the latest trip down the Yellow Brick Road has a few too many bumps in the road to make this a...
Leer crítica7 mar 2013
EFilmCritic.com
I must admit, I groaned upon finding out that one of my favorite filmmakers would be making a prequel to "The Wizard of Oz". Not just because I'm not a particularly big fan of the original, but because it seemed like kind of a dumb idea: Why do...
Leer crítica13 mar 2013
Reel Views
Oz the Great and Powerful is director Sam Raimi's prequel to The Wizard of Oz. This new vision of The Land of Oz is an imaginative mix of live-action and CGI that pays homage to the iconic images and timeless sense of wonder in the classic The Wizard...
Leer crítica8 mar 2013
Rolling Stone
Quick: who played the title role in 1939's The Wizard of Oz? The answer is Frank Morgan, who stepped in when W.C. Fields couldn't make a deal. I bring this up because James Franco, who plays a younger version of the wizard in the overscaled...
Leer crítica7 mar 2013
FirstShowing.net
Sam Raimi, whether creating new and exciting worlds as in The Evil Dead series or adapting amazing icons like Spider-Man to the screen, has always found a way to effortlessly bring his own flairs to whatever story he was telling.
Leer crítica8 mar 2013
TheCinemaSource
Cut-out dolls and silhouettes open the OZ: The Great and Powerful like something Tim Burton might have imagined, and the amateur aesthetic proves a nice introduction to the black-and-white vaudeville setting of Kansas in 1905.
Slant Magazine
According to an article in The Hollywood Reporter, the apparently tireless Wizard of Oz division of the Warner Bros. legal department recently filed oppositions with the USPTO's Trademark Trial and Appeal Board to quash such egregious brand-infringing...
Leer crítica5 mar 2013
New York Post
"I’m just not the man you wanted me to be," James Franco’s fraudulent wizard all-too-obviously points out in “Oz the Great and Powerful,’’ Disney’s long-threatened, Baum-bastic $200 million prequel to you-know-what.
Leer crítica5 mar 2013
CinemaBlend.com
In a world of sequels, reboots, remakes, re-adaptations and re-imaginings, prequels have become one of Hollywood’s hardest nuts to crack. There have been far fewer successes than notorious missteps, from George Lucas’ second Star Wars trilogy to X-Men...
Movies.com
Right, I know, the trailer is barf. They're selling it to people who loved Alice in Wonderland and bought it on Blu-ray, hoping against all post-Alice evidence that lightning will strike twice in Overblown War-Themed Fantasyland.
The A.V. Club
It’s likely that director Sam Raimi sees some of himself in “Oz,” the circus-magician-turned-prophesized-savior in the Disney fantasy Oz The Great And Powerful: He’s a great conjuror of illusion, asked to marshal forces beyond comprehension, but he’s...
Leer crítica7 mar 2013
Entertainment Weekly
''Pay no attention to that man behind the curtain!'' It's one of the most famous lines in a film jam-packed with famous lines: The Wizard of Oz. And for the most part, Victor Fleming's 1939 classic does just that.
Leer crítica6 mar 2013
MovieXclusive.com
More than seventy years have passed since Dorothy visited ‘The Wizard of Oz’ on a tornado that swept through her Kansas farm, and yet the MGM film remains a timeless icon of Old Hollywood films that continues to delight audiences young and old till...
ABC Radio (Australia)
Sam Raimi made his first feature film, The Evil Dead, for $90,000. Now he has made a Oz The Great and Powerful - a prequel to The Wizard of Oz for 2,222 times that. The result is a thousand times less entertaining.
Leer crítica14 mar 2013
QNetwork Entertainment
The last time Disney ventured into the Land of Oz, it was 1985 and the company was in dire straights, its fortunes so muddled and dimmed from its glory years that the decision makers were actually considering the idea of shuttering the...
The Mercury
OZ the Great and Powerful is a bit of a flashback to a more innocent time, in terms of filmmaking.
Leer crítica9 mar 2013
Channel24
It's astounding how in the 75 years since the release of the classic 1939 film adaptation of L. Frank Baum's beloved children's novel, there has been a noticeable reticence to bring The Wonderful Wizard of Oz to the big screen again or...
Leer crítica8 mar 2013
SFX
After Alice In Wonderland made it through the billion-dollar looking glass and sparked a renaissance in big-screen fairytales, Disney clearly wanted to keep the pixie dust of profitability flowing, but they’re taking a risk skirting on the edges...
Leer crítica8 mar 2013
Shadows on the Wall
This film demonstrates the combined might of Disney and producer Roth, able to convert top actors and filmmakers into an assembly line Family Movie. They did it with Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland, and now Raimi falls victim to the...
Leer crítica27 feb 2013
India Today
Sam Raimi is out reimagining the Wizard of Oz, so you expect an unusual watch. Raimi is the man who turned stock horror into cult stuff with his Evil Dead series and made Spider-Man a shade cooler over three films. Oz The Great And Powerful is meant...
Leer crítica8 mar 2013
Boston Phoenix
Sam Raimi nearly overcomes the unenviable burden of revisiting a classic by delivering dazzling footage, but not so the performances. Dorothy Gale is yet to be born when carnival magician Oscar Diggs (James Franco) journeys over the rainbow to assume...
Leer crítica7 mar 2013
WeLoveMovieClub.com
“Oz the Great and Powerful” เป็นหนังที่เล่าเรื่องราวจุดเริ่มต้นของ Oscar Diggs หรือ Oz ที่หลงมายังดินแดนออซ ก่อนที่จะเป็นพ่อมดผู้ยิ่งใหญ่ในผลงานสุดคลาสสิค ‘The Wizard of Oz’ โดยตัวหนังถือว่าทำได้เก๋ในการเลือกเปิดเรื่องด้วยภาพขาว-ดำ...
Leer crítica7 mar 2013
Flicks.co.nz
Great and powerful? More like merely good and enjoyable. Reining in his trademark dark excesses, director Sam Raimi’s prequel is both a satisfying set up to the 1939 classic and an appropriate homage.
View London
Despite the occasional uncomfortable echo of Burton's Alice in Wonderland, Oz The Great and Powerful remains watchable thanks to some superlative effects work and a likeable performance from Franco.
Leer crítica8 mar 2013
Empire
If there are post-Harry Potter children who don’t know or care about The Wizard Of Oz, they might be at sea with this story about a not-very-nice grownup in a magic land, but long-term Oz watchers will be enchanted and enthralled.
TotalFilm.com
Want to see the wizard, the wonderful wizard of Oz? You’re in for a wait. That’s because Sam Raimi has gone down the origin story path in this L. Frank Baum reboot, introducing the title character of MGM’s 1939 classic as a callow charlatan with an...
Leer crítica1 mar 2013
The Telegraph
Oz The Great and Powerful is the story of a huckster who swindles an entire kingdom, so perhaps we should allow for a certain degree of salesmanship in the title.
Leer crítica7 mar 2013
Express.co.uk
Drawing inspiration from novelist L. Frank Baum’s Oz books, but more notably the 1939 classic film, it explores the “origins” of the magical land’s wise leader – presumably because stage musical Wicked, also a prequel, had already bagged the much more...
Leer crítica7 mar 2013
The Sydney Morning Herald
Sam Raimi's Oz The Great And Powerful is an origins story that goes even further back - a tale of how the Wizard came to hold sway in the Emerald City. Part of this background is already explained in the 1939 movie, but it's filled out a little by...
Leer crítica7 mar 2013
Interpretación
James Franco...Oz
Rachel Weisz...Evanora
Michelle Williams...Annie / Glinda
Mila Kunis...Theodora
Zach Braff...Frank / Finley
Bill Cobbs...Master Tinker
Joey King...Girl in Wheelchair / China Girl
Tony Cox...Knuck
Stephen R. Hart...Winkie General
Abigail Spencer...May (as Abigail Leigh Spencer)
Bruce Campbell...Winkie Gate Keeper
Ted Raimi...Skeptic in Audience
Tim Holmes...Strongman
Toni Wynne...Strong Man's Wife
Rob Crites...Firebreather
Martin Klebba...Munchkin Rebel
Bart McCarthy...Emerald City Man
Mia Serafino...Emerald City Citizen
Steve Forbes...Quadling Farmer
Shannon Murray...Girl in Wheelchair's Mother
Brian Searle...Clown
Gene Jones...Wild West Barker
Suzanne Keilly...Concessioneer
Deborah Puette...Quadling Baker
Arnold Agee...Quadling Blacksmith
Julie Gershenson...Quadling Greeter
William Dick...Front Gate Barker
John Lord Booth III...Oz's Tent Barker
Ralph Lister...Girl in Wheelchair's Father
John Manfredi...Disgruntled Kansas Man
Robert Stromberg...Disgruntled Kansas Man
Channing Pierce...Coochie Girl
Russell Bobbitt...Mr. Baum
T.J. Jagodowski...Quadling Mayor
John Paxton...Elder Tinker
Julius Kline III...Quadling Scarecrow Maker
Theresa Tilly...Quadling Seamstress
Betsy Baker...Quadling Woman
Ellen Sandweiss...Quadling Woman
Ja'Vonne Cousins...Quadling Child
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
Danielle Ragland...Female Munchkin Rebel
Timothy Patrick Quill...Emerald City Man
Nicholas Lindsay-Abaire...Emerald City Boy
Bill E. Rogers...Emerald City Citizen
Danny Hicks...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
Mike Estes...Mayor of The Emerald City
Dan Nelson...Quadling Man with Flowers
Melissa Exelberth...Quadling Woman with Broom
Sasha Kida Reynolds...Quadling Child
Isabella Sheperd...Quadling Child
Jon Overgaauw...Munchkin (uncredited)
Francisca Viudes...Quadling Farah (uncredited)
Otis Winston...Winkie (uncredited)
Cameron Barnett...Mayor's Assistant (uncredited)
Bob Jay Mills...Baker (uncredited)
Brice Harris...Winkie (uncredited)
Chidi Ajufo...Winkie Guard (uncredited)
Kevin Thompson...Munchkin (uncredited)
David Schwager...Tinker (uncredited)
Dennis Kleinsmith...Tinker (uncredited)
Ron Causey...Tinker (uncredited)
Robert T. Barrett...Quadling #10 (uncredited)
Keith Schloemp...Tinker (uncredited)
Wayne Brinston...Tinker (uncredited)
Phillip Huber...China Girl Marionette (uncredited)
Nicholas Ritz...Emerald City Resident (uncredited)
Kevin Wayne Berger...Emerald City Man Kevin (uncredited)
Ashley Siloac...Quadling Townsperson #2 (uncredited)
Vong Lee...Emerald City Man (uncredited)
Niki Haze...Quadling Women (uncredited)
Jessee Foudray...Quadling Woman (uncredited)
Reza Mir...Quadling #14 (uncredited)
Filip Watermann...Guard #1 (uncredited)
Logan Fry...Tinker (uncredited)
Lori Mulligan...Quadling Woman (uncredited)
AnnMarie Arcuri...Quadling Girl (uncredited)
Talia Akiva...Kansas Girl (uncredited)
Michael Dault...Quadling Farmer (uncredited)
Courtney English...Emerald City Girl (uncredited)
Jessica Petrik...Quadling Woman (uncredited)
Ari Rufino...Fisherman (uncredited)
Kelly Bacon...Emerald City Woman (uncredited)
Ron Baratono...Quadling Man (uncredited)
Grady Chambless...Quadling Man (uncredited)
Carly francavilla...Emerald City Woman (uncredited)
Nate Hatton...Quadling Man (uncredited)
Ron Heisler...Kansas Man (uncredited)
Jessica Nichole Lach...Quadling (uncredited)
Kef Lee...Roustabout / Quadling Chimney Sweeper (uncredited)
Linda Linsley...Kansas Popcorn Girl (uncredited)
Rebecca Mccarthy...Emerald City Resident (uncredited)
Oz Noori...Emerald City Resident (uncredited)
Heather Park...Quadling (uncredited)
Eric Adam Swenson...Emerald City Resident (uncredited)
Colin Bryant...Winkie (uncredited)
Lee Christian...Emerald City Citizen (uncredited)
Hans Ihlenfeldt...Winkie (uncredited)
Gene Richards...Quadling Man (uncredited)
Paul J. Spear...Roustabout (uncredited)
Alaina Whitney...Quadling Woman (uncredited)
Fionna Noori...Emerald City Girl (uncredited)
Apollo Bacala...Emerald City Man (uncredited)
Blake Arnold...Winkie Guard (uncredited)
Doug Kolbicz...Emerald City Resident (uncredited)
Chase Edwards...Emerald City Boy (uncredited)
Christy Edwards...Quadling Violinist (uncredited)
Summer Edwards...Emerald City Girl (uncredited)
Neil Ellice...Theodora's Guard (uncredited)
Ryan Groves...Quadling Man (uncredited)
Alexander Christopher Jones...Lt. Tinker (uncredited)
Hannah Madigan...Emerald City Citizen (uncredited)
Rachel Steele...Emerald City Citizen (uncredited)
Amy Sutherland...Quadling Angry Townswoman (uncredited)
David Waldman...Tinker (uncredited)
Kevin Hall...Winkie (uncredited)
Bryan Lee...Emerald City Man (uncredited)
Anna Li...Emerald City Resident (uncredited)
Sage Porter...Quadling (uncredited)
Jordan Rafael...Muchkin (uncredited)
Matt Weinglass...Winkie (uncredited)
Roy Kellerman Jr....Happy Clown (uncredited)
Stephen Tako...Winkie (uncredited)
Jake Williams...Kansas Boy (uncredited)
Will Clarke...Emerald City Resident (uncredited)
John C. Epperson...Winkie (uncredited)
Nikki Smith...Emerald City Resident (uncredited)
Michael O. Watkins...Carriage Coachman (uncredited)
Producción
Director:Sam Raimi
Producer:Grant Curtis (executive producer)
K.C. Hodenfield (co-producer)
W. Mark McNair (co-producer)
Palak Patel (executive producer)
Joe Roth (producer)
Philip Steuer (executive producer)
Debbi Bossi (associate producer)
Joshua Donen (executive producer)
Tamara Watts Kent (co-producer)
Writer:L. Frank Baum ("Oz" works)
Mitchell Kapner (screen story)
David Lindsay-Abaire (screenplay)
Composer:Danny Elfman
Cinematographer:Peter Deming (director of photography)
Editing:Bob Murawski
Casting:John Papsidera
Production Design:Robert Stromberg
Art Director:Todd Cherniawsky (supervising art director)
John Lord Booth III
Andrew L. Jones
Iain McFadyen
Meghan C. Rogers
Stefan Dechant (supervising art director)
Domenic Silvestri
Set Decorator:Nancy Haigh
Costume Design:Gary Jones
Makeup:Steven E. Anderson (key makeup artist)
Vivian Baker (makeup department head)
Steve LaPorte (makeup artist)
Tracey Levy (makeup artist: Ms. Kunis)
Jon Lieckfelt (hair stylist)
Peter Montagna (key prosthetic makeup artist)
Howard Berger (special makeup effects artist)
Louise Holoday (makeup artist)
Aferdita Qafa (additional hair stylist)
Ozzy Alvarez (special makeup effects artist)
Stephanie Arble (makeup artist)
Denise Baker (wig department)
Kymber Blake (makeup artist)
Eleyna M. Brandt (assistant makeup artist)
Judy Chin (personal makeup artist: Rachel Weisz)
Clifton Chippewa (additional hair stylist)
Emilie Cockels (hair stylist)
Elizabeth Cortez (additional hair stylist)
Amber Crowe (makeup artist)
Ken Diaz (prosthetic makeup artist)
Kevin J Edwards (additional hairstylist)
Nana Fischer (personal makeup and hair to James Franco)
Melissa Forney (hair stylist)
Lee Grimes (special makeup effects artist)
Robbin Kujus (makeup artist)
Jessica Y. Hernandez (makeup artist)
Jamie Kelman (prosthetic makeup artist)
Robert Kurtzman (special makeup effects artist)
James Lacey (special makeup effects artist)
Mark Landon (prosthetic makeup artist)
Jonah Levy (special makeup effects artist)
Robin Mathews (makeup artist)
Katie Max (prosthetic assistant)
Terri Nikolits (additional makeup artist)
Tijen Osman (hair stylist)
Yesim 'Shimmy' Osman (hair stylist)
Cristina Patterson (contact lens painter)
Richard Redlefsen (prosthetic makeup artist)
Linda Rizzuto (hair stylist)
Bree Shea (makeup artist)
Jon Shroyer (prosthetics artist)
John Tarro (hair stylist)
Yolanda Toussieng (hair designer)
Monique Venier (makeup artist)
Danny Wagner (prosthetic makeup artist)
Tanya Walker (hair stylist)
Kimber Lee Anderson (hair stylist)
David Atherton (makeup artist)
Mia Collie (hair stylist)
Lora Gianino (makeup artist: Kansas extras)
Jules Holdren (key hair stylist)
Dean Jones (makeup artist)
Bart Mixon (special makeup effects artist)
Margaret Prentice (prosthetic makeup artist)
Don Rutherford (special makeup effects artist)
Kathe Swanson (hair stylist)
Brian Penikas (prosthetic makeup artist)
Gabriel De Cunto (makeup artist)
Leslie Devlin (makeup artist)
Jayne Laube (makeup artist)
Jeannette Moriarty (additional hairstylist)
Joe Podnar (special makeup effects artist)
Nani Velez (hair stylist: additional photography)
Daniel Phillips (prosthetic makeup artist)
Jason Barnett (prosthetics technician: KNB EFX Group)
Erika Broderdorf (makeup artist)
Jack McQuisten (hair stylist)
Lumas Hamilton Jr. (key hair stylist)
Richard Alonzo (special makeup effects artist)
Joy Zapata (hair department head: additional photography)
Emily Kropp (special makeup effects coordinator)
Kerry Mendenhall (hair stylist)
Georgia Allen (makeup artist)
Michael Mills (prosthetic makeup artist)
Morgan Muta (makeup fx technicians: KNB)
Craig Reardon (special makeup effects artist)
Production Management:Marc A. Hammer (production supervisor)
Matthew Hirsch (production supervisor)
Brittney Nance (production supervisor)
Michelle Brattson (production supervisor: additional photography)
Mark Dietel (associate production manager)
Lea Lambert (digital production manager)
Ruheene Masand (production manager)
Jason Pomerantz (production manager (IMAX Version)
Linda A. Borgeson (post production executive)
Compañía
Production Studio:Roth Films
Walt Disney Pictures
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