History WMG / WillyWonkaAndTheChocolateFactory

12th Jun '18 4:06:14 PM Robertstein1991
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[[WMG: The factory was actually another dimension.]]
At first glance the factory looks normal but it is a cross between the land of OZ and Wonderland. The Oompa Loompas are similar to the Munchkins as they are tiny men and like in Alice in Wonderland the factory is full of nonsense such as rooms getting smaller and being full of optical illusions and Willy Wonka is very like the Mad Hatter as he wears similar clothing including a top hat and waistcoat and like the Mad Hatter he is crazy and insane. So in a way Charley and the other guests left the human world to another alien like world.
12th Jun '18 3:57:01 PM Robertstein1991
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[[WMG: Bill was really Willy Wonka.]]
Bill the owner of the sweetie shop at the start of the film was really Willy Wonka in disguise. That explains why he gave Charlie a chocolate bar with a gold ticket in it. He also placed a coin in the gutter so Charlie can find it and buy the chocolate bar. It also explains why 'Slugworth' deliberately bumped into Charley. So in other words Willy Wonka lived a double life.
12th Jun '18 7:03:05 AM Allronix
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[[WMG: Willy Wonka is a [[Franchise/HarryPotter a renegade Wizard]] ]]
The fellow was probably sorted Syltherin, but had little use for Ministry of Magic politics or blood purity ideals (he's possibly "mudblood" or from a family that isn't held in high esteem, meaning he had to be even more cunning and devious than your average Slytherin), and figured he would use his ambition on the fringes of the Wizard world to try and work on breaking a {{Masquerade}} that he believes holds the Wizarding world back and endangers the {{Muggles}} needlessly. He has a little too much contact with {{Muggles}} to be acceptable by Wizard society, likely following the ''letter'' of any Muggle contact law, while abusing any and all loopholes he can find just to piss his fellow Wizards off. His factory is a fusion of Wizarding spells and Muggle technology, putting his philosophy into practice. As such, his tickets were sent to young kids with magical talents ''before'' Hogwarts (or other schools) would have conscripted them into the hidebound path he was glad to sneak away from.



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[[WMG: Willy Wonka is a [[Franchise/HarryPotter a renegade Wizard]] ]]
The fellow was probably sorted Syltherin, but had little use for Ministry of Magic politics or blood purity ideals (he's possibly "mudblood" or from a family that isn't held in high esteem, meaning he had to be even more cunning and devious than your average Slytherin), and figured he would use his ambition on the fringes of the Wizard world to try and work on breaking a {{Masquerade}} that he believes holds the Wizarding world back and endangers the {{Muggles}} needlessly. He has a little too much contact with {{Muggles}} to be acceptable by Wizard society, likely following the ''letter'' of any Muggle contact law, while [[LoopholeAbuse abusing any and all loopholes he can find find]] just to piss his fellow Wizards off. His factory is a fusion of Wizarding spells and Muggle technology, putting his philosophy into practice. As such, his tickets were sent to young kids with magical talents ''before'' Hogwarts (or other schools) would have conscripted them into the hidebound path he was glad to sneak away from.


12th Jun '18 6:57:15 AM Allronix
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\n[[WMG: Willy Wonka is a [[Franchise/HarryPotter a renegade Wizard]] ]]
The fellow was probably sorted Syltherin, but had little use for Ministry of Magic politics or blood purity ideals (he's possibly "mudblood" or from a family that isn't held in high esteem, meaning he had to be even more cunning and devious than your average Slytherin), and figured he would use his ambition on the fringes of the Wizard world to try and work on breaking a {{Masquerade}} that he believes holds the Wizarding world back and endangers the {{Muggles}} needlessly. He has a little too much contact with {{Muggles}} to be acceptable by Wizard society, likely following the ''letter'' of any Muggle contact law, while abusing any and all loopholes he can find just to piss his fellow Wizards off. His factory is a fusion of Wizarding spells and Muggle technology, putting his philosophy into practice. As such, his tickets were sent to young kids with magical talents ''before'' Hogwarts (or other schools) would have conscripted them into the hidebound path he was glad to sneak away from.


2nd Jun '18 5:37:18 PM treehugger0369
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* Alternatively, since this movie came out the year OSHA was established, the debt that Wonka is trying to dodge is millions, possibly billions, of dollars in OSHA violation fines.
10th Apr '18 6:55:24 AM luiz4200
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[[WMG: Wonka owns the candy shop.]]
"Bill" and "Willy" both serve as variations for "William". Wonka uses "Bill" for the candy shop [[RealNameAsAnAlias so people won't suspect he owns it]]. He sells competitors' products there because it both keeps the facade and serves as a way to know what the local kids prefer.
28th Oct '17 12:22:45 PM Malady
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* See MyUncleOswald.

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* See MyUncleOswald.
Literature/MyUncleOswald.
12th May '17 11:42:53 AM thatawesomedude13
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[[WMG: The Chocolate Room was laced with LSD.]]

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[[WMG: The Chocolate Room was laced with LSD.LSD or some other dissasocative hallucinogen.]]
8th Feb '17 7:00:57 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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[[WMG: Wonka is one of TheFairFolk.]]
11th Nov '16 5:04:07 PM Sharlee
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[[WMG: The Golden Ticket found in South America wasn't a forgery.]]
Wonka's plan to find a successor required that each Golden Ticket wind up in the hand of a ''child'', not an adult. Wonka couldn't be sure that only kids, or parents of kids who'd bring their child along as their "plus one", would find the things. He therefore arranged for ''each'' of the five Tickets to have some apparent subtle flaw or typo, so that if a couple of adults found a Ticket and insisted on taking the tour themselves, their Ticket could be "exposed as a fake" and a new Ticket-loaded chocolate bar, shipped out to some lucky child.

Or, perhaps, to a candy shop that "just happened" to be within spitting distance of Wonka's factory, whose proprietor would be instructed to hand it over to the first gracious, needy kid who came along. Nothing like a heartwarming "Poor Kid Wins Contest!" story to distract attention from how Wonka just set some poor schmuck in South America up for fraud charges.
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