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Wizard of Oz 3 Dorothy Goes to Hell (2006)

The Wizard of Oz 3: Dorothy Goes to Hell is an animated sequel/spoof from 2006, that combines elements from The Wizard of Oz and Return to Oz. It is written, directed and animated by James Rolfe. Even co-written and illustrated by Mike Matei.


The movie takes place immediately after the events of the second film, as Dorothy still continues to work on a crappy farm along with her remaining relatives, Crunch and Eminem. Until a trio of vendors arrive, selling Tin Man and Tik-Tok to Uncle Crunch. Not recognizing them at all, he purchases them and are put to work. After a short reunion with the duo, Dorothy receives a message from Glinda concerning her being kidnapped. With this news, Dorothy attempts, and fails, to convince Uncle Crunch and Auntie Eminem to let her go to Oz. At first, things look hopeless for Dorothy, Tin Man, Tik-Tok, and Toto until the vendor trio make a surprise return and reveal themselves to be sleazy Munchkins, who were tasked to bring Dorothy to Oz. After slaughtering Toto and feeding his corpse to Dorothy, Tik-Tok reveals that Glinda's kidnapper is none other than Satan, who also happened to acquire the Ruby Slippers and used them to slaughter Uncle Crunch and Auntie Eminem. Amidst the destruction, Shit Pickle appears before Dorothy and joins her on the journey back to Oz.

Upon returning to Oz, the Mayor of Munchkinland explains to Dorothy


Music used in the short[]

  • "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" performed by Judy Garland
  • "Binary Sunset" by John Williams
  • "Battle of the Heroes" by John Williams
  • "Money" by Pink Floyd
  • "Follow the Yellow Brick Road" from the Wizard of Oz
  • "Wall all over you" by AC/DC
  • "Jailhouse Rock" by Elvis Presley
  • "You can't hurry love" by Phill Collins
  • "South of heaven" by Slayer
  • "And She Was" by Talking Heads
  • "Destroy all Monsters" by Akira Ifukube


  • In the censored version before the short was started, Inspector Ratchet appears telling the viewers about the movie right before trailing off.