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Oompa Loompa (Character)
from Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971)
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- "Nuclear Family"
- Your Favorite Movie Characters Gender Swapped (2016) TV episode, Played by Reina Scully
- "Robot Chicken"
- Cake Pillow (2015) TV episode, Played by Seth Green
- Immortal (2013) TV episode, Played by Breckin Meyer / Dan Milano / Joss Whedon
- Major League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (2011) TV episode, Played by Stephen Stanton (as Oompa Loompas)
- "Tournament of Nerds" (2012) TV series Played by Greg David Jones
- Killer Carl (2011) TV episode, Played by Chad W. Smathers
- Therapy Session (2009) Played by Gavin Shortt
- "The Simpsons"
- Eeny Teeny Maya Moe (2009) TV episode, Played by Dan Castellaneta (as Oompa-Loompa) / Tress MacNeille (as Oompa-Loompa)
- Color Me Olsen (2007) Played by Clint Catalyst
- Epic Movie (2007) Played by Ronald Lee Clark / Joe Gieb / Arturo Gil / Ricardo Gil / Michael Lee Gogin / Joseph S. Griffo / Pancho Moler / Mighty Mike Murga / Mark Povinelli / Jon Simanton / David Steinberg / John Tamaki / Kevin Thompson / Jon Overgaauw / Donna Russo
- "Mind of Mencia"
- Episode #1.6 (2005) TV episode, Played by Arturo Gil (as Oompa Loompa #1) / Joseph S. Griffo (as Oompa Loompa #2) / Brad Williams (as Oompa Loompa #3)
- Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005) Played by Deep Roy / Danny Elfman
... aka "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory: The IMAX Experience" - USA (IMAX version)
- Bit Players (2000) Played by Jerry Maren / Joe Gieb / Jimmy Briscoe / John Tamari
- Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971) Played by Rudy Borgstaller / George Claydon / Malcolm Dixon / Rusty Goffe / Ismed Hassan / Norman McGlen / Angelo Muscat / Marcus Powell / Albert Wilkinson / Pepe Poupee
Oompa Loompa: The most important thing that we've ever learned / The most important thing we've learned as far as children are concerned / Is never, never let them near a television set, or better still just don't install the idiotic thing at all. / It rots the senses in the head / It kills imagination dead / It clogs and clutters up the mind / It makes a child so dull and blind / so dull and blind... See more »