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Synopsis: More than anything, Darby (Junior Asparagus), the son of a Kansas floss farmer, just wants to have fun. When he learns about the Wonderful Land Of Ha's - an amusement park with all the fixin's - and its mysterious Wizard who promises to make his dreams come true, Darby is determined to go.

Reaction: This one's a bit odd, but the mixture of the Prodigal Son and the Wizard of Oz actually works pretty well.

Personal Rating: 7/10

Brian Roberts => Director / Yellow McToad / Chester/Bobby Bernard (Gourdan) / Munchies (French Peas)
Phil Vischer => Writer / Silly Song Announcer / Lion/Farmhand 3 (Pa Grape) / Customer (Jimmy Gourd) / Scarecrow/Farmhand 2 (Mr. Lunt) / WIzard (Archibald Asparagus) / Munchies (French Peas) / Bob the Tomato / Munchie Mayor (Phillippe Pea)
John Mark Painter => Composer
Dan Anderson => Dad Asparagus
Daniel Bradmon => Munchies (French Peas)
J. Chris Wall => Minion / Chester's Dad
Jacquelyn Ritz => Splenda (Madame Blueberry)
Julie Smith => Munchies (French Peas) / Nanny / Chester's Mom
Lisa Vischer => Darby (Junior Asparagus)
Mike Nawrocki => Minions / Customer (Jerry Gourd) / Munchies (Jean-Claude & French Peas) / Tin Man/Farmhand 1 (Larry the Cucumber)
Tim Hodge => Tutu

Random Trivia For This Title:

  • The majority of the songs in this film are completely original, although a few are parodies of music from The Wizard of Oz. However, during the end credits, Mr Lunt sings the standard version of {Somewhere Over the Rainbow} -- complete with a veggie accompaniment and a hilarious video, where he actually travels *over* the titular rainbow.