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Joey King: Oz’s Feisty China Doll

Kidzworld’s EXCLUSIVE interview with teen Joey King who costars in “Oz: The Great and Powerful”! Back to Article

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Midapops
Midapops wrote:
2013-06-19 08:23:21 -0700

OMG! WE HAVE SO MUCH IN COMMON!!!! WE BOTH LIKE HISTORY AND READING!!

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Midapops
Midapops wrote:
2013-03-03 10:20:03 -0800

i luv her shes 14 now wow

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tigress101
tigress101 wrote:
2013-03-02 15:17:55 -0800

Thanks for leading me here!

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tigress101
tigress101 wrote:
2013-03-02 15:17:32 -0800

OMG! Finally found something about Joey! Have been trying to find her and just did. Loved her in as Ramona and love the movie. Still watch it. Even now in 2013!

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zackfan
zackfan wrote:
2013-03-02 14:33:44 -0800

cool

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hannah.tori-123
hannah.tori-123 wrote:
2013-03-02 09:31:32 -0800

I cant wate till it vom

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kermitthefrog
kermitthefrog wrote:
2013-03-01 13:30:22 -0800

I can't wait to see this!

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Chunkawunka
Chunkawunka wrote:
2013-03-01 09:00:50 -0800

Cool

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