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Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory - Wonkavision? I Think Not
During the part where Willy Wonka is showing everyone "Wonkavision," he sends a candy bar to the small TV screen. Or is it a screen? You don't need to look too closely to see the stand the candy bar was sitting on after Charlie takes it off. Later, you can also see the platform Mike stands on.
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Anonymous on 11-06-2001
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Disorderly_Chaos writes:
Shoot - well while were at it we might as well mention that there's no such thing as Wonkavision. sheesh, it's not a slip up, it's bad lighting. that's like noticing that there wernt actually a million things above their head, but only 134,492 flashing objects... sheesh...
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race20fan writes:
Duh! this is a low budget film, you see the wires in the bubble room too! You can't call it a slip up if it just has bad effects.
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Juggalo278 writes:
Give them credit...special effects weren't that advanced when the movie was made
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Matt writes:
It's not meant to be a screen. Thats why they can take the kid and chocolate bar out. The bar has to stand up somehow.
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Saria writes:
Of course there is a surface inside~ How else would the chocolate be sitting there?
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bookwormjoanne writes:
I don't think it was a mistake. I mean isn't it every kid's dream to grab the things they see on TV right out of it? Well, I thought it was a good idea anyway...
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Noffkido writes:
Hmm... maybe it's not a screen because he has to be able to grab it two seconds later? Think about when this movie was made.
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Pie is good writes:
You do realize that this is an archive for slip-ups therefore it dosen't matter how old the movie is they're still slip-ups. I don't care if the movie is from 1961 if there is a slip-up it's a slip-up. But I should probably add that the podium can't be considered a slip-up because it is explainable. It's Willy Wonka's chocolate factory weird things happen, this is one of them.
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tweetyluva writes:
Did you actually sit there and count all of the flashing things?
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Nala writes:
It doesn't matter when the movie was made or if it was a low budget film or not. This is a slip-up. The platform is quite obvious and shouldn't be.
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Gary Lynch writes:
Hi, this is clearly not a slipup, but a result of technological shortcomings. If this counts as a slip, you can go to any movie made before CGI and find hundreds, especially sci-fi or fantasy movies. As for old-time television, with smaller budgets, forgetabahtit!!
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