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Lea Michele: New 'Dorothy of Oz' Stills!

Lea Michele: New 'Dorothy of Oz' Stills!

Check out these new stills from Lea Michele‘s upcoming animated film Dorothy of Oz, provided exclusively to JustJared.com!

The film follows Dorothy Gale (Michele) as returns to Kansas to find it devastated. Dorothy then finds a new way to get back to the Land of Oz, only to discover that her old friends the Scarecrow (Dan Aykroyd), Tin Man (Kelsey Grammer), Cowardly Lion (Jim Belushi) and the entire Land of Oz, are all in grave danger. On Dorothy’s new journey through Oz, she meets new friends like a marshmallow man named Marshal Mallow (Hugh Dancy), a china doll princess (Megan Hilty), a tugboat named Tugg (Patrick Stewart), and a large owl named Wiser (Oliver Platt). With the help of her new friends, they band together against a wicked Jester (Martin Short) who wants to control Oz by turning important people into china dolls.

Dorothy of Oz also features Broadway legend Bernadette Peters as Glinda (pictured below). The Summertime Entertainment film, produced by Ryan Carroll and Roland Carroll, hits theaters next year!

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Photos: Summertime Entertainment
Posted to: Bernadette Peters, Dorothy of Oz, Exclusive, Lea Michele

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