Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory (DVD)
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|Contributor||Jack Albertson, Peter Ostrum, Mel Stuart, Paris Themmen, Michael Bollner, Denise Nickerson, Julie Dawn Cole, Roy Kinnear, Gene Wilder See more|
|Runtime||1 hour and 40 minutes|
- Language : English
- Product Dimensions : 1.4 x 13.5 x 17 cm; 80 Grams
- Item Model Number : R-120710-9
- Director : Mel Stuart
- Media Format : DVD
- Run time : 1 hour and 40 minutes
- Release date : 11 March 2015
- Actors : Michael Bollner, Paris Themmen, Denise Nickerson, Julie Dawn Cole, Roy Kinnear
- Dubbed: : English
- Studio : Roadshow Entertainment
- ASIN : B01DRYRXBY
- Country of origin : Australia
- Number of discs : 1
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The one-and-only Willy Wonka makes the world taste good for a whole new generation in this magical family classic sparkling with brilliantly restored picture and sound! Also included is the all-new documentary Pure Imagination, featuring interviews with Gene Wilder and the Wonka kids and revealing production secrets from the movie!\r\nWhen they find prized Golden Tickets inside their Wonka candy bars, five lucky children win a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the legendary candy factory run by the mysterious Willy Wonka (Gene Wilder). Now, on a whirlwind tour of Willys incredible, edible realm of milk chocolate waterfalls, elfish Ooompa-Loompas and industrial-sized sugar-coated creations, one very special boy will discover the sweetest secret of all: a generous, loving heart.
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I absolutely love this! The fact that the producer and writers made Gene Wilder's portray Willy Wonka as a father figure in disguise for Charlie is what sold me. Just the way he tested Charlie at the end with the everlasting gobstopper and the way he angrily reprimanded them for stealing fizzy lifting drinks is a moral test to. He knew that Charlie's weakness was his honesty, but he wanted to see if the boy would actually leave the gobstopper or to take it to Slugworth aka Wilkinson.
It's totally obvious he already knew about Charlie having a hard life practically told by Wilkinson the day when he confronted the boy for the gobstopper and wanted the entire family to move in the factory, so he had to test the boy to see if he was honest enough to return the gobstopper or take it to Slugworth.