Adventures in Oz with Cheryl: The Emerald City

Theatrical Release: January 15, 2002
DVD Release: February 12, 2002
Adventures in Oz with Cheryl: The Emerald City
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Synopsis

As Dorothy and her friends approach The Emerald City, they learn how to work together in harmony to open the magnificent gates. Unfortunately, upon meeting Big Head Oz, they discover that he was also caught in the lazy rain and has not exercised in some time. Refusing to give up on their goals, they set off to find the Ice Witch (formally known as the Nice Witch) in the Great Northern Gardens. Through teamwork and problem solving, they lift the curse of the Ice Witch. Dorothy then teaches her how to skip and the Ice Witch becomes the Nice Witch once again. The Key to Fitness reminds us (among many other things) of the dangerous impact of the Nice Witch’s temper tantrum long ago. The Nice Witch returns with Dorothy and the others to help the Great Oz who is still under the terrible spell. In the end, Munchkidland and The Emerald City come alive again. Dorothy is crowned “Princess Ozma” and everyone reaps the rewards of hard work!

Dove Review

Well, Dorothy and her friends beef up the exercise in this, the last of the 3 tape set. The exercise in this segment is listed as advanced. Kids will learn the value of teamwork, hard work, and to relax when exercising in this fun-filled segment. Many original songs are included as well.

Overall, kids will have a wonderful time exercising, singing and learning all the positive lessons in Adventures in Oz With Cheryl. They will also enjoy the story of the Wizard of Oz and all the fun characters Dorothy meets along the way. This video contains very positive messages for kids presented in a fun and interactive way.

Content Description

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Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: None

Info

Company: Ozsome Enterprises, LLC
Writer: Eric Roldstein, Tory Sheehan, Wayne Thompson and Stanley Goldstein
Director: Eric Goldstein
Producer: Alex Calingaert
Genre: Children
Runtime: 46 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Starring: Cheryl Ann Silich, The Lizard Of Oz, Mark Bosler, Joey Babay, Victor Varnado, Joe Wilson, Jr., Ian Larson, Scott Allard, and Taylor Corwin
Reviewer: Dave Lukens