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Yes, I believe Oz did change. This is most evident through the final scene in which he begins the tradition of presenting gifts to others. To Finley (the monkey), Oz says: You stood by me when other monkeys would have flown away. He then declares him a friend of Oz. To me, this is a sincere appreciation of Finley's companionship and a positive ...


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I took Oz The Great And Powerful to be set much earlier than The Wizard of Oz. If you take Oz to be set at the time when it was made in 1939, and Oz-TGAP to be set when you were suggesting, around 1900, that gives you about a forty year difference. This would account for the difference in the Wizard. The Wizard, being from our world, would age as we would ...


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