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Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory - What Paper?
When Mr. Wonka is greeting the five golden ticket winners at his factory, he tells Charlie that he read all about him in the papers, earlier in the movie didn't a tinker say that nobody ever goes in and nobody ever comes out of the factory? How could Mr. Wonka have gotten the paper?
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Gary Lynch writes:
Is it possible that a paperboy pushed a newspaper through his mailbox? The same thing applies to ingredients going in and product coming out. Vehicles can come up to the loading docks to load and unload, without having to ENTER the factory.
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dmack writes:
Not only that, Charlie found the Golden Ticket the Day before Wonka let the kids in.
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Morna writes:
I can remember wondering at the age of 10 how Willy Wonka managed to make stuff if nobody ever came in. Guess I didn't know about loading docks then. Still a good catch.
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tobywan kenobi writes:
They never showed or even spoke about Charlie being in the papers.
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