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Lost in Oz

Lost in Oz
DVD cover
Created by David Hayter
L. Frank Baum
Directed by Mick Garris
Starring Mia Sara
Melissa George
Colin Egglesfield
Sandra Allen
Lynn Whitfield
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 1
Production
Camera setup Single-camera
Running time 48 minutes

Lost in Oz is a 2002 television pilot for a planned series, an original sequel to The Wizard of Oz, inspired by the Oz books of L. Frank Baum.[1][2]

The series was planned to start September 1, 2002, but never did. The pilot was made, but not released to television. After pilot was filmed, a significant amount of time passed before the decision was made to film a second episode. However, by then lead actress


External links

  1. ^ Ain't It Cool News
  2. ^ TV.com
  3. ^ "The Light from the TV Shows: A Chat with Melissa George (Cinemax’s "Hunted")". Bullz-Eye. Retrieved 14 October 2014. 

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The unreleased pilot for "Lost in Oz" featured the adventures of Alexandra Wilder (Land of Oz. She meets World War II pilot Caleb Jansen whose callsign is "Scarecrow" (Colin Egglesfield), and is given the task of rescuing Princess Ozma from the new Wicked Witch of the West, Loriellidere (Mia Sara). They are joined by Serena, the Patchwork Girl (Sandra Allen), who guides them to Loriellidere's labyrinth. In the labyrinth, they find Ozma with Loriellidere, who attempts to kill them, but is held at gunpoint by Caleb, when Alexandra realizes that if the witch dies, she will take her place. Instead, Alexandra uses a gift from Bellardrie (Lynn Whitfield), the Good Witch of the South, to defeat the witch: a glass bottle containing a cyclone. Unfortunately, the cyclone was to be used to return Alex to Kansas. She and Caleb are lost in Oz, Alex possessing some of the Witch's magic, and hoping for a chance to return home.

Plot

Contents

  • Plot 1
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

The pilot was written by David Hayter, screenwriter of the first two X-Men films, and directed by Mick Garris.

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