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Win a Copy of Oz: The Great and Powerful on Blu-ray

We've got two copies of Oz: The Great and Powerful to give away

| Celebrities & Entertainment News | Posted: Jul 8, 2013 2:48 pm

Thanks to Disney Home Entertainment, we have two copies of the hit 2013 Wizard of Oz prequel Oz: The Great and Powerful on Double Play Blu-ray to give away!

 

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Nickel and dime magician Oscar Diggs (James Franco) travels from precinct to precinct with his travelling act, breaking hearts and making a little cash with his carnival tricks which astounds less discerning crowds. His downtrodden, yet loyal assistant Frank (Zach Braff) stage manages his act, but when Oscar is hunted down by the burly man for his sleazy unrequited love, facilitates his quick escape to safety via hot air balloon. But when said balloon is sucked into a forming tornado, Oscar is flung into a land significantly different to Kansas--the Land of Oz.

 

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To go into the running to win a copy of Oz: The Great and Powerful on Double Play Blu-ray, simply correctly answer the following question:

 

Name the author of the original The Wonderful Wizard of Oz novel.

 

Send your answers to ben@tweaktown.com before the competition closes on Thursday the 11th of July. The competition is open to the world, with TweakTown covering shipping charges.

 

Oz: The Great and Powerful is available on Double Play Blu-ray, DVD and digital download from Disney Home Entertainment from this Wednesday.

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