Tom & Jerry: Back to Oz

Synopsis: With the Wicked Witch of the West now vanquished from Oz, Tom and Jerry along with Dorothy are back in Kansas! But not for long as an all-new villain has surfaced from beneath the magical land, the Gnome King! Having captured the Good Witch, the Gnome King and his army are wreaking havoc throughout Oz and need but one item to take control of The Emerald City, Dorothy's ruby slippers! It's up to our favorite cat and mouse duo to team up, go Back to Oz and save the land they love. Take to the skies, courtesy of the Wizard himself, with Dorothy, Toto, the Scarecrow, the Tin Man and the Lion as they make their magical journey. The laughs and adventure will roar as they encounter all-new frights and mischievous creatures down the Yellow Brick Road, 'cause "we're not in Kansas anymore!"
81 min


Look, Emerald City is closer

and prettier than ever.

We're off to see the Wizard

The wonderful Wizard of...

I am Oz, the great and powerful.

Who are you?

Now, give me those ruby slippers

or your dog goes into the river.

No, please! Take the slippers.

I should have remembered.

Those slippers will never come off

as long as you're alive.

How about a little fire, Scarecrow?


Oh, I'm burning! I'm burning!

You cursed rat!

Look what you've done!

I'm melting. Melting!

- What a world!

- I didn't mean to kill her.

Really, I didn't.

It's just that he was on fire.

Hail to Dorothy.

The Wicked Witch is dead.

Please, sir.

We've done what you've told us.

We've brought you the broomstick

of the Wicked Witch of the West.

- Can you send me home?

- You don't need to be helped any longer.

You've always had the power

to go back to Kansas.

I have?

There's no place like home.

There's no place like home.

There's no place like home.

And then I was back here.

Well, she's all right now. Thank heaven.

But I wasn't all right, Aunt Em.

We were in terrible danger.

But we kept asking people to send us home.

And they sent us home.

Doesn't anyone believe me?

Anyway, it's all right

because I'm home again.

And this is my room. And I love you all.

And, oh, Auntie Em,

there's no place like home.

I've heard Dorothy spin some yarns,

but that one takes the cake.

Wicked witches, talking scarecrows, land,

what an imagination that child has!

They think I made it all up.

If there was only someway

to make them believe.

Ruby slippers.

Jerry, that's brilliant.

They'll have to believe me now.

Uncle Henry, Auntie Em, will you see...


- Yee-haw!

Oh, no.

Reach for the sky, you peyotes.

Look at me. I'm a regular Buffalo Bill.

Where on earth did you get those things?

Ha ha! A traveling Wild West Show

got caught up in the twister.

It dropped spangled saddles

and rhinestone boots all over the county.

Go back to work, you clowns.

They farm's still in shambles

and you're playing dress-up.

Looky there, even Dorothy

got into the act.

It's okay, boys.

We remember what really happened

and where we were.

Somewhere over the rainbow

Way up high

There's a land that I've heard of

Once In a lullaby

Somewhere over the rainbow

Skies are blue

And the dreams

that you dare to dream

Really do come true

Once again ol' straw-for-brains

is guarding the cornfield.

What cornfield?

Uhh, that twister sure didn't leave much.

You ain't whistling Dixie.

We're still missing half our hogs.

Twisters'll make a mountain

out of a molehill.



Well, the good news is my Reverse

Cyclonotron is still in one piece.

Your Cyclo... What's this?

Reverse Cyclonotron.

Now, say we get,

I don't know, another twister...

Oh, don't even joke about that, Hickory.

Well, this brilliant invention of mine

will generate enough wind to blow that

twister right back where it came from.

It's full of wind all right,

just like its inventor.

Haha! That's got her.

Well, the yard's not going to

pick itself up.

I've seen many different faces

The most exotic places

And lands that were lovely as could be

But in those worlds away

I kept dreaming of the day

I could come back to the place

that's meant for me

The roof keeps dripping

The paint':
kind of chipping

There's no place like home

The cow's looking frail

and she can't fill a pail

There's no place like home

Silly spat between a cat and mouse

Leaves our house a mess

liable to go amiss

When you live at this address

The hay needs a-hauling

and the tractor is stalling

There's no place like home

But the folks on the land

always lend you a hand

There's no place like home

And when I'm singing to the Kansas sky

I don't know why I'd roam

Kansas slaps a smile

right across my face

There's no place like home

- No place like home

- No place like home

- There's no place like home

- ALL:
No place like home

- There's no place like home

- ALL:
No place like home

- There's no place like home

- ALL:
No place like home

I check off a chore, only two dozen more

There's no place like home

In the sun or the storm

I'll be cozy and warm

There's no place like home

When I'm singing to the Kansas sky

I know why I don't roam

'Cause it slaps a smile

right across my face

There's no place like home

No place like home


- Load 'em up, boys.

- Huh?

Get off our farm!

What in the world... Stop!

If you dare lay a finger

on our animals, I will...

- Dorothy, please.

- But, Uncle Henry,

they can't just come here and take...

I sympathize, neighbor Gale.

I surely do.

I was once a poor,

dirt-scratching farmer like yourself.

I know every penny counts.

But as that paper

from the sheriff clearly states,

the law is on my side.

I won't stand for this, Lucius Bibb.

You can't just be taking our animals.

If you dare lay a finger on them!

Oh, now, now, Miss Dorothy...

It seems during the recent tornado,

some of your uncle's pigs broke free

and devoured my entire watermelon patch.

And as you know,

I can't make Luscious Lucius'

world-famous watermelon barbeque sauce

with empty melons, now, can I?

Those aren't the only empty melons

he's got to worry about.


Fortunately, I have a solution

that will profit us all.

I'm running a big booth

at the Kansas State Fair.

- I need meat, you need money.

So, I'm willing to take my payment

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Spike Brandt

Spike Brandt is an American director, writer, and animator, who is a veteran at Warner Bros. Animation. Along with Tony Cervone, he is the director and supervising producer of Tom & Jerry direct-to-video films, Duck Dodgers and The Looney Tunes Show. more…

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