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The Wizard turns out to be a "humbug" and can only provide a placebo heart made of silk and filled with sawdust . However, this is enough to please the Tin Woodman, who, with or without a heart, was all along the most tender and emotional of Dorothy's companions (just as the Scarecrow was the wisest and the Cowardly Lion the bravest). When he accidentally crushes an insect, he is grief-stricken and, ironically, claims that he must be careful about such things, while those with hearts do not need such care. This tenderness remains with him throughout the series, as in The Patchwork Girl of Oz , where he refuses to let a butterfly be maimed for the casting of a spell. [2]

When Dorothy returns home to her farm in Kansas , the Tin Woodman returns to the Winkie Country to rule as emperor. Later, he has his subjects construct a palace made entirely of tin — from the architecture all the way down to the flowers in the garden.

Baum emphasized that the Tin Woodman remains alive, in contrast to the windup mechanical man Tik-Tok Dorothy meets in a later book. Nick Chopper was not turned into a machine, but rather had his flesh body replaced by a metal one. Far from missing his original existence, the Tin Woodman is proud (perhaps too proud) of his untiring tin body.

The  Tin Woodman (also known as the  Tin Man or the Tin Woodsman ) is a man who was turned into a being made entirely of tin and resides in the  Land of Oz . He is one of Dorothy Gale 's companions in L. Frank Baum's novel The Wonderful Wizard of Oz .

After Dorothy returned home to Kansas in Return to Oz , the Tin Woodman had been turned into stone by the Nome King , but thankfully Dorothy defeats him and restores the Tin Woodman to his regular form. Among many other Ozians, he celebrates Dorothy's victory and witnesses the return of Oz's true ruler, Ozma . He also says goodbye to Dorothy when she departs, but knows that she can return anytime if she wants.

In The Muppets' Wizard of Oz , Gonzo plays a character called the Tin Thing , an obvious spoof of the Tin Woodman. Like the story, he was turned into a robotic, computerized being without a heart by the Wicked Witch so that he could not love Camilla . Despite the handicap, he proves to be a useful companion to Dorothy and the others, showing great friendship throughout.

The Wizard turns out to be a "humbug" and can only provide a placebo heart made of silk and filled with sawdust . However, this is enough to please the Tin Woodman, who, with or without a heart, was all along the most tender and emotional of Dorothy's companions (just as the Scarecrow was the wisest and the Cowardly Lion the bravest). When he accidentally crushes an insect, he is grief-stricken and, ironically, claims that he must be careful about such things, while those with hearts do not need such care. This tenderness remains with him throughout the series, as in The Patchwork Girl of Oz , where he refuses to let a butterfly be maimed for the casting of a spell. [2]

When Dorothy returns home to her farm in Kansas , the Tin Woodman returns to the Winkie Country to rule as emperor. Later, he has his subjects construct a palace made entirely of tin — from the architecture all the way down to the flowers in the garden.

Baum emphasized that the Tin Woodman remains alive, in contrast to the windup mechanical man Tik-Tok Dorothy meets in a later book. Nick Chopper was not turned into a machine, but rather had his flesh body replaced by a metal one. Far from missing his original existence, the Tin Woodman is proud (perhaps too proud) of his untiring tin body.

The Batman film franchise consists of a total of nine theatrical live-action films and two live-action serials featuring the DC Comics superhero Batman .

Batman is a 1943 15-chapter serial starring Lewis Wilson as Batman and Douglas Croft as Robin produced by Columbia pictures. The serial depicted the dynamic duo as US Government spies apprehending a Japanese agent named Dr. Daka ( J. Carrol Naish ) during World War II.

Columbia Pictures produced another 15-chapter serial with Batman and Robin this time going after a mysterious villain named The Wizard whose identity wasn't revealed until the end. Batman was played by Robert Lowery with Robin played by Johnny Duncan .

Based on the backstory of one of the most beloved childrenʼs novels of all time (The Wonderful Wizard of Oz) comes the extraordinary love story between a simple woodsman and a beautiful maiden. Not having many possessions but wanting to marry his maiden, the woodsman sets his heart to build a large and beautiful cabin. [1]

The Wizard turns out to be a "humbug" and can only provide a placebo heart made of silk and filled with sawdust . However, this is enough to please the Tin Woodman, who, with or without a heart, was all along the most tender and emotional of Dorothy's companions (just as the Scarecrow was the wisest and the Cowardly Lion the bravest). When he accidentally crushes an insect, he is grief-stricken and, ironically, claims that he must be careful about such things, while those with hearts do not need such care. This tenderness remains with him throughout the series, as in The Patchwork Girl of Oz , where he refuses to let a butterfly be maimed for the casting of a spell. [2]

When Dorothy returns home to her farm in Kansas , the Tin Woodman returns to the Winkie Country to rule as emperor. Later, he has his subjects construct a palace made entirely of tin — from the architecture all the way down to the flowers in the garden.

Baum emphasized that the Tin Woodman remains alive, in contrast to the windup mechanical man Tik-Tok Dorothy meets in a later book. Nick Chopper was not turned into a machine, but rather had his flesh body replaced by a metal one. Far from missing his original existence, the Tin Woodman is proud (perhaps too proud) of his untiring tin body.

The Wizard turns out to be a "humbug" and can only provide a placebo heart made of silk and filled with sawdust . However, this is enough to please the Tin Woodman, who, with or without a heart, was all along the most tender and emotional of Dorothy's companions (just as the Scarecrow was the wisest and the Cowardly Lion the bravest). When he accidentally crushes an insect, he is grief-stricken and, ironically, claims that he must be careful about such things, while those with hearts do not need such care. This tenderness remains with him throughout the series, as in The Patchwork Girl of Oz , where he refuses to let a butterfly be maimed for the casting of a spell. [2]

When Dorothy returns home to her farm in Kansas , the Tin Woodman returns to the Winkie Country to rule as emperor. Later, he has his subjects construct a palace made entirely of tin — from the architecture all the way down to the flowers in the garden.

Baum emphasized that the Tin Woodman remains alive, in contrast to the windup mechanical man Tik-Tok Dorothy meets in a later book. Nick Chopper was not turned into a machine, but rather had his flesh body replaced by a metal one. Far from missing his original existence, the Tin Woodman is proud (perhaps too proud) of his untiring tin body.

The  Tin Woodman (also known as the  Tin Man or the Tin Woodsman ) is a man who was turned into a being made entirely of tin and resides in the  Land of Oz . He is one of Dorothy Gale 's companions in L. Frank Baum's novel The Wonderful Wizard of Oz .

After Dorothy returned home to Kansas in Return to Oz , the Tin Woodman had been turned into stone by the Nome King , but thankfully Dorothy defeats him and restores the Tin Woodman to his regular form. Among many other Ozians, he celebrates Dorothy's victory and witnesses the return of Oz's true ruler, Ozma . He also says goodbye to Dorothy when she departs, but knows that she can return anytime if she wants.

In The Muppets' Wizard of Oz , Gonzo plays a character called the Tin Thing , an obvious spoof of the Tin Woodman. Like the story, he was turned into a robotic, computerized being without a heart by the Wicked Witch so that he could not love Camilla . Despite the handicap, he proves to be a useful companion to Dorothy and the others, showing great friendship throughout.

The Wizard turns out to be a "humbug" and can only provide a placebo heart made of silk and filled with sawdust . However, this is enough to please the Tin Woodman, who, with or without a heart, was all along the most tender and emotional of Dorothy's companions (just as the Scarecrow was the wisest and the Cowardly Lion the bravest). When he accidentally crushes an insect, he is grief-stricken and, ironically, claims that he must be careful about such things, while those with hearts do not need such care. This tenderness remains with him throughout the series, as in The Patchwork Girl of Oz , where he refuses to let a butterfly be maimed for the casting of a spell. [2]

When Dorothy returns home to her farm in Kansas , the Tin Woodman returns to the Winkie Country to rule as emperor. Later, he has his subjects construct a palace made entirely of tin — from the architecture all the way down to the flowers in the garden.

Baum emphasized that the Tin Woodman remains alive, in contrast to the windup mechanical man Tik-Tok Dorothy meets in a later book. Nick Chopper was not turned into a machine, but rather had his flesh body replaced by a metal one. Far from missing his original existence, the Tin Woodman is proud (perhaps too proud) of his untiring tin body.

The  Tin Woodman (also known as the  Tin Man or the Tin Woodsman ) is a man who was turned into a being made entirely of tin and resides in the  Land of Oz . He is one of Dorothy Gale 's companions in L. Frank Baum's novel The Wonderful Wizard of Oz .

After Dorothy returned home to Kansas in Return to Oz , the Tin Woodman had been turned into stone by the Nome King , but thankfully Dorothy defeats him and restores the Tin Woodman to his regular form. Among many other Ozians, he celebrates Dorothy's victory and witnesses the return of Oz's true ruler, Ozma . He also says goodbye to Dorothy when she departs, but knows that she can return anytime if she wants.

In The Muppets' Wizard of Oz , Gonzo plays a character called the Tin Thing , an obvious spoof of the Tin Woodman. Like the story, he was turned into a robotic, computerized being without a heart by the Wicked Witch so that he could not love Camilla . Despite the handicap, he proves to be a useful companion to Dorothy and the others, showing great friendship throughout.

The Wizard turns out to be a "humbug" and can only provide a placebo heart made of silk and filled with sawdust . However, this is enough to please the Tin Woodman, who, with or without a heart, was all along the most tender and emotional of Dorothy's companions (just as the Scarecrow was the wisest and the Cowardly Lion the bravest). When he accidentally crushes an insect, he is grief-stricken and, ironically, claims that he must be careful about such things, while those with hearts do not need such care. This tenderness remains with him throughout the series, as in The Patchwork Girl of Oz , where he refuses to let a butterfly be maimed for the casting of a spell. [2]

When Dorothy returns home to her farm in Kansas , the Tin Woodman returns to the Winkie Country to rule as emperor. Later, he has his subjects construct a palace made entirely of tin — from the architecture all the way down to the flowers in the garden.

Baum emphasized that the Tin Woodman remains alive, in contrast to the windup mechanical man Tik-Tok Dorothy meets in a later book. Nick Chopper was not turned into a machine, but rather had his flesh body replaced by a metal one. Far from missing his original existence, the Tin Woodman is proud (perhaps too proud) of his untiring tin body.

The Wizard turns out to be a "humbug" and can only provide a placebo heart made of silk and filled with sawdust . However, this is enough to please the Tin Woodman, who, with or without a heart, was all along the most tender and emotional of Dorothy's companions (just as the Scarecrow was the wisest and the Cowardly Lion the bravest). When he accidentally crushes an insect, he is grief-stricken and, ironically, claims that he must be careful about such things, while those with hearts do not need such care. This tenderness remains with him throughout the series, as in The Patchwork Girl of Oz , where he refuses to let a butterfly be maimed for the casting of a spell. [2]

When Dorothy returns home to her farm in Kansas , the Tin Woodman returns to the Winkie Country to rule as emperor. Later, he has his subjects construct a palace made entirely of tin — from the architecture all the way down to the flowers in the garden.

Baum emphasized that the Tin Woodman remains alive, in contrast to the windup mechanical man Tik-Tok Dorothy meets in a later book. Nick Chopper was not turned into a machine, but rather had his flesh body replaced by a metal one. Far from missing his original existence, the Tin Woodman is proud (perhaps too proud) of his untiring tin body.

The  Tin Woodman (also known as the  Tin Man or the Tin Woodsman ) is a man who was turned into a being made entirely of tin and resides in the  Land of Oz . He is one of Dorothy Gale 's companions in L. Frank Baum's novel The Wonderful Wizard of Oz .

After Dorothy returned home to Kansas in Return to Oz , the Tin Woodman had been turned into stone by the Nome King , but thankfully Dorothy defeats him and restores the Tin Woodman to his regular form. Among many other Ozians, he celebrates Dorothy's victory and witnesses the return of Oz's true ruler, Ozma . He also says goodbye to Dorothy when she departs, but knows that she can return anytime if she wants.

In The Muppets' Wizard of Oz , Gonzo plays a character called the Tin Thing , an obvious spoof of the Tin Woodman. Like the story, he was turned into a robotic, computerized being without a heart by the Wicked Witch so that he could not love Camilla . Despite the handicap, he proves to be a useful companion to Dorothy and the others, showing great friendship throughout.

The Wizard turns out to be a "humbug" and can only provide a placebo heart made of silk and filled with sawdust . However, this is enough to please the Tin Woodman, who, with or without a heart, was all along the most tender and emotional of Dorothy's companions (just as the Scarecrow was the wisest and the Cowardly Lion the bravest). When he accidentally crushes an insect, he is grief-stricken and, ironically, claims that he must be careful about such things, while those with hearts do not need such care. This tenderness remains with him throughout the series, as in The Patchwork Girl of Oz , where he refuses to let a butterfly be maimed for the casting of a spell. [2]

When Dorothy returns home to her farm in Kansas , the Tin Woodman returns to the Winkie Country to rule as emperor. Later, he has his subjects construct a palace made entirely of tin — from the architecture all the way down to the flowers in the garden.

Baum emphasized that the Tin Woodman remains alive, in contrast to the windup mechanical man Tik-Tok Dorothy meets in a later book. Nick Chopper was not turned into a machine, but rather had his flesh body replaced by a metal one. Far from missing his original existence, the Tin Woodman is proud (perhaps too proud) of his untiring tin body.

The Batman film franchise consists of a total of nine theatrical live-action films and two live-action serials featuring the DC Comics superhero Batman .

Batman is a 1943 15-chapter serial starring Lewis Wilson as Batman and Douglas Croft as Robin produced by Columbia pictures. The serial depicted the dynamic duo as US Government spies apprehending a Japanese agent named Dr. Daka ( J. Carrol Naish ) during World War II.

Columbia Pictures produced another 15-chapter serial with Batman and Robin this time going after a mysterious villain named The Wizard whose identity wasn't revealed until the end. Batman was played by Robert Lowery with Robin played by Johnny Duncan .


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