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May those who love us love us,
and those who do not love us,
may God turn their hearts,
and if He cannot turn their hearts
may He turn their ankles
that we may know them by their limping.

—Irish Prayer

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

Select Cast and Crew
Brian Roberts => Director / Chester/Bobby Bernard (Gourdan) / Munchies (French Peas) / Yellow McToad
Phil Vischer => Writer / Scarecrow/Farmhand 2 (Mr. Lunt) / Customer (Jimmy Gourd) / WIzard (Archibald Asparagus) / Munchies (French Peas) / Bob the Tomato / Munchie Mayor (Phillippe Pea) / Lion/Farmhand 3 (Pa Grape) / Silly Song Announcer
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 => Nanny / Chester's Mom / Munchies (French Peas)
Lisa Vischer => Darby (Junior Asparagus)
Mike Nawrocki => Customer (Jerry Gourd) / Munchies (Jean-Claude & French Peas) / Tin Man/Farmhand 1 (Larry the Cucumber) / Minions
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.