History Film / WillyWonkaAndTheChocolateFactory

30th May '16 4:53:07 PM Delibird
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** Also the "strawberry lemon pie" is transformed into a "groovy lemon pie" in the Sammy Davis Jr. version.
23rd May '16 11:34:31 PM TitoMosquito
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** Veruca and Violet clawing and elbowing at at each other as they descend down the staircase in the Chocolate Room.

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** Veruca and Violet clawing and elbowing at at each other as they descend down the staircase in the Chocolate Room. Also, Veruca's dad gets annoyed every time Wonka stops them as they descend down.
15th May '16 8:32:12 PM Seanette
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* HandGagging: When Mr. Wonka is explaining that the golden chocolate eggs are being prepared for Easter, Mike Teavee notes "But Easter's over!" Mr. Wonka proceeds to do this, saying in a low voice "They [the geese] don't know that. I'm trying to get ahead for next year."
15th May '16 6:49:44 PM Geoduck
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** As noted above, the tinker whom Charlie briefly talks to outside Wonka's factory quotes a line from "The Fairies" by William Allingham
12th May '16 5:28:54 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* HandGagging: When Mr. Wonka is explaining that the golden chocolate eggs are being prepared for Easter, Mike Teavee notes "But Easter's over!" Mr. Wonka proceeds to do this, saying in a low voice "They [the geese] don't know that. I'm trying to get ahead for next year."
* HandGagging: When Mr. Wonka is explaining that the golden chocolate eggs are being prepared for Easter, Mike Teavee notes "But Easter's over!" Mr. Wonka proceeds to do this, saying in a low voice "They [the geese] don't know that. I'm trying to get ahead for next year."



* PuttingAHandOverHisMouth: When Mr. Wonka is explaining that the golden chocolate eggs are being prepared for Easter, Mike Teavee notes "But Easter's over!" Mr. Wonka proceeds to do this, saying in a low voice "They [the geese] don't know that. I'm trying to get ahead for next year."
11th May '16 2:44:07 PM CaptainCrawdad
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** '''Charlie''': "[=LookeverybodyI'vefounditthefifthgoldenticketis'''MINE!!!!!'''=]"

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** '''Charlie''': "[=LookeverybodyI'vefounditthefifthgoldenticketis'''MINE!!!!!'''=]""[=LookeverybodyI'vefounditthefifthgoldenticketisMINE!=]"



* NightmareFetishist: During the horrific boat ride, Mike Teavee is the only person besides Mr. Wonka who seems to be having a good time. "Boy, what a great series this would make!"

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* NightmareFetishist: NightmareFetishist:
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During the horrific boat ride, Mike Teavee is the only person besides Mr. Wonka who seems to be having a good time. "Boy, what a great series this would make!"



* NonFatalExplosions: Mike makes the mistake of chewing what turns out to be "Exploding Candy for your enemies" (mentioned in passing in the novel); see EatTheBomb above.

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* NonFatalExplosions: Mike makes the mistake of chewing what turns out to be "Exploding Candy "[[EatTheBomb Exploding Candy]] for your enemies" (mentioned in passing in the novel); see EatTheBomb above.enemies."
11th May '16 9:44:46 AM CaptainCrawdad
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** Mrs. Teavee is a schoolteacher. She hears Mr. Wonka play a tune and immediately says "Rachmaninoff" - but the tune is actually from Mozart's ''The Marriage of Figaro'', which sounds nothing like Rachmaninoff. She also smugly notes that she teaches geography to back up her assertion that Loompaland doesn't exist, but Mr. Wonka just rolls past this with "Then you know all about it!" ([[FridgeBrilliance Then again,]] she might be sarcastically comparing Wonka to Rachmaninoff, who was quite a famous concert pianist in addition to his work as a composer.)

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** Mrs. Teavee is a schoolteacher. She hears Mr. Wonka play a tune and immediately says "Rachmaninoff" - but the tune is actually from Mozart's ''The Marriage of Figaro'', which sounds nothing like Rachmaninoff. She also smugly notes that she teaches geography to back up her assertion that Loompaland doesn't exist, but Mr. Wonka just rolls past this with "Then you know all about it!" ([[FridgeBrilliance Then again,]] she might be sarcastically comparing Wonka to Rachmaninoff, who was quite a famous concert pianist in addition to his work as a composer.)
11th May '16 9:42:12 AM CaptainCrawdad
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* ReadTheFinePrint: The kids happily sign the contract without caring about what it actually says (despite Mr. Beauregarde and Mr. Salt's reservations). As it turns out, this comes back to haunt Charlie and Grandpa Joe -- part of the ''"You lose!"'' rant points out a clause that directly applies to their taking the Fizzy Lifting Drinks. A very ''small'' clause. [[spoiler:Also part of Mr. Wonka's Secret Test.]]

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* ReadTheFinePrint: The kids happily sign the contract without caring about what it actually says (despite Mr. Beauregarde and Mr. Salt's reservations). The letters slowly shrink the farther down it goes, until they're practically microscopic. As it turns out, this comes back to haunt Charlie and Grandpa Joe -- part of the ''"You lose!"'' rant points out a clause that directly applies to their taking the Fizzy Lifting Drinks. A very ''small'' clause. [[spoiler:Also part of Mr. Wonka's Secret Test.]]
10th May '16 4:41:54 PM CaptainCrawdad
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* AIIsACrapshoot: Inverted; in this case, the computer is the sane, rational one, while the humans are the ones going crazy. In a brief scene during the "worldwide obsession" segment, a scientist programs a computer to figure out where the last three golden tickets are. The computer refuses on the grounds that it would be cheating. The scientist tries to bribe the computer with the grand prize, but the computer, being a smartass, rebuffs him, asking, "What would a a computer do with a lifetime supply of chocolate?"
-->"[[GettingCrapPastTheRadar I am now telling the computer exactly what it can do]] [[CrowningMomentOfFunny with a lifetime supply of chocolate!]]"

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* AIIsACrapshoot: Inverted; in this case, the computer is the sane, rational one, while the humans are the ones going crazy. In a brief scene during the "worldwide obsession" segment, a scientist programs a computer to figure out where the last three golden tickets are. The are, but the computer refuses on the grounds that it has other ideas. It refuses, saying, "That would be cheating. cheating." The scientist tries to bribe the computer with the grand prize, but the computer, being a smartass, rebuffs him, asking, "What would a a computer do with a lifetime supply of chocolate?"
-->"[[GettingCrapPastTheRadar I am now telling the computer exactly what it can do]] [[CrowningMomentOfFunny with a lifetime supply of chocolate!]]"
chocolate?"



** Violet, while describing the three-course meal gum: "It's thick and creamy and I can feel it running down my throat!" (She's talking about tomato soup.)



** Mr. Wonka's Lickable Wallpaper: "The snozzberries taste like snozzberries!" Website/{{Cracked}} discusses the place below the waist snozzberry is slang for.



-->'''Mr. Salt''': Snozzwankers? Vermicious Knids? What kind of rubbish is that?\\

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-->'''Mr. Salt''': Snozzwankers? Snozzwangers? Vermicious Knids? What kind of rubbish is that?\\
10th May '16 4:31:46 PM CaptainCrawdad
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** Augustus in the book is disgustingly obese. In this film, he's not nearly as fat and his chubbiness is actually kind of cute.

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** Augustus in the book is disgustingly obese. In this film, he's not nearly as fat and his chubbiness is actually kind of cute.just a bit more chubby than usual.
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