One of the most popular movies of the 20th century is, without question, The Wizard of Oz. The characters are so poular, that they’ve been used in almost any fashion you can think of. Houseware, clothing lines, toys, books, and countless spin off movies and tv shows all carry the Wizard of Oz brand.
You know it’s a popular movie when even those evil little minions of the bad guy, the flying monkeys, have caught our imagination. When searching for Wizard of Oz flying monkeys items, be on the look out for some of these amazing things to discover.
You’ll see a lot of t-shirts for Wizard of Oz, but this one is especially fun. It’s just a black image of the flying monkeys, with scrawly text, so it’s not a bright ‘I’m wearing a movie t-shirt’ image, either. Click here to buy this Wizard of Oz Flying Monkeys T-shirt on Cafepress.
Wizard of Oz Flying Monkeys Pet Costumes
Flying Monkey Costumes for people can be found almost anywhere, and for any age or gender. It’s especially cute for babies – literally anyone can find a Wizard of Oz Flying Monkey costume to fit them. But have you seen Flying Monkey COstumes for your dogs? How cute!!
You’ve always got to buy stamps anyway. And any time you can turn a have to buy into something you’re thrilled got get, that’s a win. These classic book art Wizard of Oz flying monkey stamps are a treat and cheap! Click here to find them on Zazzle.
Wizard of Oz Pop! Winged Flying Monkeys
Pop collectibles are always amazing choices. They’re made of vinyl, super durable, and showcase any character you can think of. They’re really good for the collector with little ones still in the house.
R John Wright collectible Dolls
Classic book image flying monkey magnet On E bay
People who loved the movie sometimes forget that the books origional artwork was amazing. It had a curvy quality that enchanted little readers. This vintage green magnet captures the flying monkey artwork perfectly.
Jim Shore Wizard of Oz Flying Monkeys Statue
2007 Hallmark Toto’s Great escape ornament
1988 Wizard of Oz 50th Anniversary Plate
It’s amazing to think that in 1988, Wizard of Oz was already 50 years old. This plate shows a classic scene with the wicked witch and one of her flying monkeys watching Dorothy and her friends get ever closer.
This plate is plate 5 of a total of 8 in this rare Hamilton Collection. The collection also included an additional “Somewhere over the Rainbow” 50th Anniversary Plate.
Kurt Alder flying monkey Ornament
Another amazing artist, Kurt Alder shows the Wizard of Oz flying monkeys holding Toto in their paws. This tree ornament is a bit on the steep side, but it’s a great piece for an avid collector. Especially if you’re aiming for a theme tree.