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Matilda - Foil Candy
When Matilda goes back to Trunchbull's house she looks in the window and watches Trunchbull eat a chocolate, but she never removes the wrapper
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Kevin Manus on 02-21-2000
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Comments:
Michael writes:
I think her eating the foil was on purpose. Do you really think that someone who throws a shotput through a chokey door, flings a girl by the pigtails, can lift a car and turn it around would have any problem eating candy with the foil still on it? I think not. It was put in there for a laugh.
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CYNTHIA writes:
This actually is not a slip-up. It is put in the movie to show how horrible the Trunchbull is. It shows the same thing in the book Matilda.
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john stokes writes:
This is put in on purpose portraying her as the brute she is!!
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Gracey Poo writes:
In the Willy Wonka movie with Johnny Depp... Augustus takes a chomp out of the golden ticket. Just wanting the chocolate. So maybe, Ms. Truchbull like Augustus, just didn't care. Maybe she figured the taste of chocolate would outweigh the taste of the foil...
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Star writes:
Yummy! Maybe she was too hungry and decided that the wrapper would have protein or something
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Meg writes:
I also noticed a slip-up similar to this in a Nestle's Crunch Bar commercial back in the early 80's. I guess they were too hungry to wait. :)
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