Oz After watching MTI again you guys are right Gonzo and Rizzo are not narrators in this film. I do not know what I was thinking about, probably Muppets Christmas Carol, that original story has a strong narration to it to begin with. The Wonderful Wizard of OZ could work with a narrator as well, depending on how much of the book they include. It my help to explain a few things, like why Dorothy has Silver shoes in stead of the Ruby. As for realism, I would expect that if they are filming on location there will be a good deal of realism in the film. The difference I was speaking of was the same difference between Muppets performing on the Muppet Theater stage and back stage, is heavily contrasted to Kermit and Fozzy driveling a Studebaker down the open road. That kind of realism would do OZ some good; get it off the sound stage and into the realm of reality, real time, real space.