King of Bunnybury

The king of this fair land is very unhappy and longs for the wild and free days he once enjoyed in the forest. Dorothy agrees to ask Glinda the Good to restore him to his former life. However, when she departs the city he thinks better of his request and decides that Bunnybury is a better place to live after all. Dorothy counsels him that he must cease his depressing behavior and be happy in the life he is leading if he is to be a good ruler.

First appears in: The Emerald City of Oz

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