Willy Wonka: I've tried it on, like, 20 Oompa Loompahs and each one ended up as a blueberry. It's just weird!
In the scene where Mike Teavee has smashed up the red pumpkin-looking thing, he smashes it cleanly into two or three quite big pieces. When his father says "Mike, please" the pieces behind him are much smaller and all over. See more...
In the scene with the young Willy Wonka eating a box of chocolates, he is writing down in a notebook a description of each chocolate he eats. When Roald Dahl was at boarding school there was a Cadbury's factory nearby that used the pupils as testers for their new chocolate, and they were asked to write down their comments in much the same way. This is mentioned in his book Boy. See more...
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|Title||Charlie and the Chocolate Factory|
|Original entry||During Mike Teavee's scene, his father has some hair bits overlapping the arms of his glasses. On the right side the bits appear and disappear from shot to shot.|