The house gets unceremoniously dumped in Oz, straight on top of another Wicked Witch.
Arriving in sudden and glorious Technicolor, Dorothy is greeted by Glinda, the Good Witch of the North, who's here to scope out the scene.
By killing the Witch of the East, Dorothy has freed the Munchkins (the locals), who rush out to tell her how much they love her.
In an extended musical number, they welcome her to Munchkinland and assure her she'll be in their Hall of Fame.
The Witch of the West arrives, still bearing a suspicious resemblance to Miss Gulch and sending the Munchkins diving for cover.
The Witch has a yearning for her dead sister's ruby slippers, which were sticking out from under the house that landed on her.
But the slippers have magically been placed on Dorothy's feet.
Much wicked-witchy posturing ensues, before Glinda sends Witch 2.0 on her way by mentioning that other houses might start dropping at anytime. The Witch vanishes in a puff of smoke (leaving the actress with some nasty burns, as it turned out).
Dorothy needs to get out of town. Glinda suggests following the Yellow Brick Road to ask the wonderful Wizard of Oz for some help in getting back to Kansas.
Dorothy heads out of Munchkinland with another toe-tapping song to speed her on her way.
She's off to see the Wizard, the wonderful Wizard of Oz. If ever oh ever a wiz there was, the…never mind, you know it.