Willy Wonka and the chocolate factory (Captioned)

United States, 1971

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This funny and inventive screenplay by Roald Dahl is based upon his best-seller “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.” Gene Wilder is at his zany best as Willy Wonka, owner of a world-famous sweet factory who offers the fabulous prize of a tour of his extraordinary premises to five lucky children. However, when the winners arrive to claim their reward, they are caught up in a series of incredible and exciting adventures as Willy Wonka tests their honesty. The Academy Award nominated soundtrack includes the hit “Candy Man”.

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Credits

director

Mel Stuart

co-producer

David L. Wolper

Stan Margulies

production company

Quaker Oats Company

Wolper Productions

Duration

01:38:00:00

Production places
United States
Production dates
1971

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