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Iron Studios Wizard of Oz Scarecrow Art Scale 1/10 Statue

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  • Iron Studios Wizard of Oz Scarecrow Art Scale 1/10 Statue
  • Iron Studios Wizard of Oz Scarecrow Art Scale 1/10 Statue
  • Iron Studios Wizard of Oz Scarecrow Art Scale 1/10 Statue
  • Iron Studios Wizard of Oz Scarecrow Art Scale 1/10 Statue
  • Iron Studios Wizard of Oz Scarecrow Art Scale 1/10 Statue
  • Iron Studios Wizard of Oz Scarecrow Art Scale 1/10 Statue
  • Iron Studios Wizard of Oz Scarecrow Art Scale 1/10 Statue
  • Iron Studios Wizard of Oz Scarecrow Art Scale 1/10 Statue
  • Iron Studios Wizard of Oz Scarecrow Art Scale 1/10 Statue
  • Iron Studios Wizard of Oz Scarecrow Art Scale 1/10 Statue
  • Iron Studios Wizard of Oz Scarecrow Art Scale 1/10 Statue
  • Iron Studios Wizard of Oz Scarecrow Art Scale 1/10 Statue
  • Iron Studios Wizard of Oz Scarecrow Art Scale 1/10 Statue
  • Iron Studios Wizard of Oz Scarecrow Art Scale 1/10 Statue
  • Iron Studios Wizard of Oz Scarecrow Art Scale 1/10 Statue
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Iron Studios Wizard of Oz Scarecrow Art Scale 1/10 Statue

In a cornfield along the yellow brick road, the pretty girl from Kansas, Dorothy, arrives at a big intersection and, confused about which way she should follow, she finds a curious talking figure nearby to scare away the crows. Unhappy to fulfill his purpose of scaring the birds away, his biggest discontent was not having a brain. The girl tells him about her search for the Wizard that could help her get back home, and the stuffed figure joins her journey with the hope that the wizard can give him the so dreamed brain. With a finger on his head and bringing the diploma that proves his intelligence in one of his hands, Iron Studios bring the statue "Scarecrow - The Wizard of Oz - Art Scale 1/10", with the wise character over a pedestal of the yellow brick road.

Iron Studios also bring the Deluxe version statue "Scarecrow Deluxe - The Wizard of Oz - Art Scale 1/10", on a pedestal filled with details of the beautiful land of Oz, with the Emerald City in the background, the yellow brick road, and the Scarecrow played by Ray Bolger next to the cornfield post and fence with one of the crows he tries to scare in vain.

Based on the original novel from 1900, considered the first North American fairytale, on a farm in Kansas’ countryside, the protagonist hero of the story, Dorothy, an orphan girl in her early teens, and her pet dog Toto, are taken by a hurricane together with their house. Sucked into the heart of the storm, the house spins until it lands, and Dorothy realizes she is not in Kansas anymore and that she must have crossed over the Rainbow. She finds herself in a place with bright blue skies, beautiful green hills, tall trees with juicy fruits, and giant flowers in a wonderful landscape. Glinda, the pretty Good Witch of the North, appears right in front of her and tells her that she is in the magic Land of Oz and that her house dropped on top of the Wicked Witch of the East and killed her. Dorothy is declared a hero by the Munchkins, small people that suffered as captives of the Wicked Witch, but her green-skinned sister, the Wicked Witch of the West, arises to avenge her and claims her magical Ruby Slippers, now in Dorothy’s possession. In the search for the way back to Kansas, Dorothy follows the Yellow Brick Road seeking the Emerald City, where the Wizard of Oz lives, the only one who can help her, according to Glinda. Along the road, she finds a talking Scarecrow, a Tin Man, and a Cowardly Lion that join her in the search for the wizard, and each one of them has a personal wish to ask him to fulfill. But in this journey, they’ll have to face the Wicked Witch of the West, which aims to recover her sister’s ruby slippers and use their power to become the most powerful being in Oz.

One of the most beloved movies of all time, The Wizard of Oz is an iconic and famous Hollywood musical, produced by MGM, featuring an all-star cast, and it’s statistically known for being the most watched movie in the history of cinema. Directed by Victor Fleming, with music by Harold Arlen and EY Harburg, among them the song “Over the Rainbow”, got the Academy Award for “Best Original Song”. Part of a fantastic diorama set.

 

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