Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory
is one of the all-time greatest children's movies. Released back in June of 1971, the movie was initially met with a lukewarm reception before finding a wider audience throughout repeated television airings. It became a classic over time and remains highly regarded. In fact, most people even prefer it to the more recent Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
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Like all movie adaptations, Willy Wonka changed and omitted a few things from the source novel, written by Roald Dahl
and released in 1964. And let us tell you, Mr. Dahl was not happy. These are ten weird things cut or altered from Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory that were present in the book.