An animated re-telling of the film Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, in which Tom and Jerry help Charlie Bucket attain a Golden Ticket and secretly accompany him into Willy Wonka's chocolate factory to prevent one of Wonka's competitors from stealing a special candy known as the Everlasting Gobstopper, but also experience the wonderful world of the chocolate factory with the guide of Tuffy, an oompa-loompa mouse.Written by
Diego "Scoutart" Gleeson
During the "Candy Man" number, a moment is included where candy store owner Bill flips open a pass-through on the counter hitting a young girl in the chin with sound effects included. This is a direct reference to a now famous mistake during the original Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971) where the same incident takes place in which one of the child actors is mistakenly hit under the chin in the same manner. See more »
[All goofs for this title are spoilers.]
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Where's my golden ticket, Daddy? Why haven't they found it yet?
Veruca, angel, they've been working for 10 straight days!
Then make 'em work nights! I want my golden ticket!
Sweetheart, there are only 4 tickets left in the world. And the whole world's searching for them.
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The second half of the credits are played with illustrations of scenes from the movie with the text rolling on the left-hand side. Mike Teavee's "Oompa-Loompa" song is played in full for the first part, while "Pure Imagination" replays in the second half. See more »
My goodness! Who in their right mind thought this film was a good idea? I mean, I LOVED Tom and Jerry when I was little, and when I read about them doing crossovers with other franchises, I thought, ''This looks...interesting" But at the same time, I thought, what exactly is the need to do this?
Whoever thought it was a good idea to shoehorn these two TITANS of cartoon history into a classic film like Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, I pray that they are no longer working in animation. I mean, that I Want It Now song, it looked like a kid's version of Another Brick in the Wall!
Also the fact that the film was released shortly after most of the cast of Willy Wonka died comes across as a little bit INSENSITIVE.
In conclusion, no words can describe this piece of animated offal. In short, avoid like the plague!
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