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Wizard of Oz, The - Scarecrow Moves?
After they have discovered who the real wizard was, he was talking to scarecrow about having brains. In one scene you will see that the order is tin man, scarecrow, Dorothy, and then the lion. Then in the next scene the order changes to tin man, Dorothy, lion, and then scarecrow.
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Anonymous on 11-26-2000
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Ktsmurf writes:
The point of the movie is that even though the scarecrow/tin man/lion think they need something, they already have it.
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SunGoddess2003 writes:
Don't you pay any attention?! It is clearly stated in the beginning of the movie that, "Some people without brains do an awful lot of talking..." Something along those lines. Anyways that is the answer to your question. If you want to talk about how stuff goes on...how is the Tin Man able to cry and feel fear and stuff without a heart? That is a more accurate question if you ask me!
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BrittBritt writes:
It's imaginary. It's all a dream.
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goodbop writes:
The same "position switching" occurs after the 4 run down the steps in the witch's castle after rescuing Dorothy from the hour glass.
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Daniel writes:
How does the scarecrow talk if he doesn't have a brain anyway?
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