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A poor little boy wins a ticket to visit the inside of a mysterious and magical chocolate factory. When he experiences the wonders inside the factory, the boy discovers that the entire visit is a test of his character.
The golden ticket on this DVD is a delectable commentary track with the five grown-up Wonka kids: Julie Dawn Cole, Denise Nickerson, Paris Themmen, Michael Bollner, and Charlie himself, Peter Ostrum. Reunited for the first time since 1971, they joke and laugh and delight in the stories and remembrances each new scene brings. Other Wonka goodies include the new 30-minute documentary Pure Imagination (featuring archival footage with author Roald Dahl and new interviews with Gene Wilder) and the original 1971 promotional featurette, but neither capture the sheer energy and excitement of the commentary. For 90 minutes these giddy grownups become impish kids in a movie wonderland almost as magical as Wonka's candy-colored world itself. --Sean Axmaker
What can I say? It's a classic. Funny unlike the Johnny Depp creepy version.Published 23 hours ago by Aspiring author
This is one of my all time favorite movies from when I was a kid. And I love that it cost me less than $5.Published 1 day ago by Carrie J
bought this for my grandchildren, everyone should have this in their movie libraryPublished 2 days ago by Sue Anderson
Bought this movie to show my class after we read the book in class. Great movie!Published 4 days ago by Emily
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|Why is Willie Wonka Blu Ray selling for over $40?||
I haven't heard of any news of an anniversary edition, but as for the high price of the current copies, it's because it must be out-of-print. Everytime a movie on any format goes out of print, the prices skyrocket.
May 22, 2011 by mhn92 | See all 4 posts
|Which should I order--fullscreen or widescreen?||
imdb.com states the aspect ratio of this movie as 1:85:1, so the "full screen" version has parts of the image cut off on the sides, while the "wide screen" version shows the complete picture.
Jul 4, 2011 by Christian Wolff | See all 3 posts
|Which Wonka and movie is better? Wilder's Wonka or Depp's Wonka?||
My children have watched both, and to quote my daughter " The new Wonka creeps me out" She requested the original Willy Wonka for Christmas, and threatened to toss the Depp version if she got it.
Dec 16, 2007 by M. Anderson | See all 36 posts
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