Trivia Crack Answer: Scarecrow
About The Scarecrow did not have a brain
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz was originally a children’s novel penned by L. Frank Baum and wonderfully illustrated by W. W. Denslow in 1900 by George M. Hill Company. Reference of the work has changed to simply The Wizard of Oz, especially after the 1902 Broadway production and the popular film adaptation in 1939. The story is of a young orphaned girl named Dorothy Gale who, after being swept up from her home in Kansas from a tornado, finds herself in the magical Land of Oz. After a run in with the Good Witch of the North, Dorothy begins her travels on the Yellow Brick Road, soon after meeting the odd and diverse characters of The Scarecrow, a brainless sack of hay, The Tin Woodman, an oil seeking bucket of rust, and the Cowardly Lion, who is just as his name suggests. They are cumulatively on their way to speak to the Wizard of Oz, and perhaps find Dorothy a way back to Kansas, though of course, trouble from a nasty Wicked Witch of the West comes into the mix to foil their plans. The novel and its subsequent serializations became some of the most popular stories in American popular culture, especially on account of the musical and the movie. After the Baum’s initial success in 1902, Baum decided to write thirteen additional Oz books, which have all today become highly collectable items.