Laws Broken: Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory


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    How long would Willy Wonka go to jail? Are Oompa Loompas legal? How much does Charlie owe in taxes?
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    Have you ever watched a movie and thought “that looks illegal.” It probably is! Welcome to Laws Broken, a series on LegalEagle where I tackle your favorite movies and show you how legally irresponsible they are.
    As a lawyer, it’s hard for me to watch movies, because I’m constantly thinking about how the main characters are breaking the law or opening themselves up for civil liability. But my pain is your entertainment!
    This week we’re covering a cult classic, Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory (1971). I love this movie, but something always stuck me as odd about the way that Willy Wonka ran his contest. It’s never a good sign when children start turning into fruit or getting incinerated.
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LegalEagle
LegalEagle

Apparently, MatPat at Film Theory did a video covering the OSHA violations of Wonka's factory. Check it out! http://youtu.be/jD83QaWy8LI He goes into more depth about the unsafe working conditions. (I hadn't seen it before putting this video together, but it's well worth your time too).

Vor 9 Tage
Travis Fisher
Travis Fisher

I watched that video and it is really interesting.

Vor 11 Stunden
Dan Lemongton
Dan Lemongton

One thing that you probably missed is that this movie takes place several decades ago. Therefore there were likely different laws regarding many of the crimes in this movie which must be taken into account

Vor 12 Stunden
seth martin
seth martin

My god, your comments, they made my night!

Vor 13 Stunden
Dakota Andrews
Dakota Andrews

Ewww MatPat.

Vor 14 Stunden
Lollylollylolz
Lollylollylolz

LegalEagle so you’re admitting that you stole his video

Vor 16 Stunden
theendisnearbeware
theendisnearbeware

lets play your legal game and look at the time period and I would think it be all good to go. And did they say the girl actually die from accident or did she commit suicide. And so so many other problems with your video in 2019 just saying.

Vor Stunde
Saucy
Saucy

You can't fool me, you're clearly smart George Bush from a parallel universe.

Vor Stunde
RustiSwordz
RustiSwordz

The scenes with the British kid and her father, get a British legal expert in to see what laws would have been broken in that country.. An idea. :)

Vor Stunde
chuckschilling
chuckschilling

You're a typical (terrible) lawyer - you conflate civil, administrative/regulatory and criminal violations; moreover, you claim the offer on the part of Slugworth would potentially create a criminal violation on the part of Charley - when, in fact, he never accepted the offer and therefore did NOT participate in a criminal conspiracy. There are numerous other examples of this.

Vor 2 Stunden
Pigglet _88
Pigglet _88

Granted you are an American lawyer you should of used the UK ‘s laws

Vor 2 Stunden
Nikolas Karakitsos
Nikolas Karakitsos

objection I believe that most of those laws about work and labor weren't exactly that way you would have to factor the time the movie is set.

Vor 2 Stunden
daniel sonhud
daniel sonhud

Do fantasy films from the past that clearly take the piss out of ACTUAL LAW really break the law?..errr.no. get a life.

Vor 2 Stunden
jb03hf
jb03hf

Objection: This movie is set in England - making it not libel to US law.

Vor 2 Stunden
Fing Technology
Fing Technology

Why would American Law apply in the UK....

Vor 2 Stunden
Richard B
Richard B

I’ve probably seen this movie 500 times in my childhood. Thanks for ruining every moment of it

Vor 2 Stunden
Michael Rinkle
Michael Rinkle

Sooo Walmart Assistant managers (salary based) that are "pushed" into working overtime because of lack of employees is in wage and hour violation?

Vor 2 Stunden
Marcus Embry
Marcus Embry

Objection! Hi long time watcher 1st time objector. You're using U.S. Law instead of where the film takes place. Just would the child labor laws apply in 1971 Munich? In the event of Charlie agreeing to hand over the gobstopper to Sluggworth, would he not still be completely indemnified of any wrong doing by using the "I'm 12 years old" Defense?

Vor 2 Stunden
Gregg B
Gregg B

Failure to even acknowledge you understand that the laws you’re citing don’t apply to the time/place of the film makes this a complete waste of time.

Vor 2 Stunden
crowtservo
crowtservo

20:09 Can you lay off indentured servants?

Vor 2 Stunden
Sloppy Puppy
Sloppy Puppy

Oof,matpat (TheFilmTheorists) already did this exact topic xD

Vor 3 Stunden
It’s Harry
It’s Harry

Why my child hood is gone

Vor 3 Stunden
SIrL0bster
SIrL0bster

Do you think you could make the argument that since the products that killed/disfigured Mike Teevee and Violet Beauregard were not completed and hadn't undergone safety certification, that might protect Wonka a bit? In both cases he tried to stop them from using the products. I can't help but feel that if some kids were being taken on a tour of a Siemens factory and, against the warnings of the tour guide, rushed up to a partially disassembled and energized experimental device and started touching things, they might be the ones considered liable? And for Veruca Salt, there certainly wasn't adequate signage, but the design doesn't seem easy to climb onto normally. She basically climbed onto the door to a garbage chute.

Vor 3 Stunden
Xaxton Revolution
Xaxton Revolution

At 16:00, you said that Wonka was releasing gas into the atmosphere, but Wonka said that the fizzy lifting drinks are made from different carbonated beverages, so if the gas being released is purely CO2 then is Wonka still on the hook for an EPA violation? Also, with all due respect, what evidence do you have that indicates how Wonka disposes of the other waste products?

Vor 3 Stunden
Edward Potter
Edward Potter

I like this video as im studying law but are the laws broken in this movie current laws or laws of the time. Good video anyway

Vor 3 Stunden
Edward Potter
Edward Potter

This is A Fictional World Too

Vor 3 Stunden
Tony S
Tony S

You remind me of police officers trying to relax and enjoy the Lethal Weapon movies. You have my pity :) Also, the movie is filmed in West Germany but the true setting is never clearly stated. But it's probably not the U.S.

Vor 3 Stunden
Mat Deering
Mat Deering

Is it just me or does it look like Judge Doom was based on Slugworth?

Vor 3 Stunden
Sam-E G
Sam-E G

do how the grinch stole Christmas jim Carey version

Vor 3 Stunden
ryacus
ryacus

is there any proof any of these children died?

Vor 3 Stunden
Art Westefeld
Art Westefeld

The 1960s Batman often described himself as a 'duly deputized officer of the law.' How messed up is that, a teenager working with him in his duties and how often does Batman break the law in the 60s TV show?

Vor 3 Stunden
Michael Silve
Michael Silve

None of the bad children died....

Vor 4 Stunden
ryacus
ryacus

Charlie isn't too young to have a paper route even in commiefornia it's common for kids to have paper routes.

Vor 4 Stunden
Daniel alberg
Daniel alberg

you forgot that Charlie owns the company now and is criminally liberal for all that you have talked about

Vor 4 Stunden
gnshapiro
gnshapiro

Hey, maybe you should check out some of the Batman movies. I'm not a professional lawyer, but I suspect that the Joker did some things in violation of law.

Vor 4 Stunden
Black Lamp
Black Lamp

Didn't matpat already do this?

Vor 4 Stunden
Mr.UltraViolet
Mr.UltraViolet

Your first point is completely incorrect. I was born in '93 so I'm a youngin' comparably, but you should know this too. In 1971 it would NOT have been illegal nor unheard of for many young boys under the "legal" working age to have their own paper route. This is because the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 only prohibits "MOST" child labour under the distinction that the work is "oppressive." More specifically, children under eighteen cannot do certain dangerous jobs, and children under sixteen cannot work in manufacturing or mining, or during school hours. This leaves the entrepreneurial 1970's child open to a world of possibilities, including delivering for a butcher or an iceman, working corner stores, and of course, paper routes. Pretty fundamental to the work ethic of that generation... See The Godfather part 2 for some cinematic context.

Vor 4 Stunden
Ross Gardner
Ross Gardner

Always nice to see Roy Kinnear.

Vor 4 Stunden
ryacus
ryacus

I think he would have made a good Churchill.

Vor 3 Stunden
Cain & the Brain Drain
Cain & the Brain Drain

THERE! I WATCHED IT YOUTUBE! Are you happy now?

Vor 4 Stunden
Forrest Kimmel
Forrest Kimmel

What the heck! Are you fancy pants lawyers going to decimate fairy tales now and wipe them out like you did general aviation? It's a fairy tale for crying out loud, not an actual corporation.

Vor 4 Stunden
Evil Eye Gypsy
Evil Eye Gypsy

You're incorrect about a kid having a paper route. I had one from the age of 12 to 15. Paper carriers were actually independent contractors. The Dayton Daily News sold me newspapers, and I sold the to the customer's on my route.

Vor 5 Stunden
the eye
the eye

you are not obliged in law to recognize legality

Vor 6 Stunden
bubbiesdad
bubbiesdad

It was rigged. They knew who would get the tickets.

Vor 6 Stunden
DanielSong39
DanielSong39

Moral of the story: the legal system is bogus.

Vor 6 Stunden
ehcmier
ehcmier

Walt Whitman, Walter White, Willy Wonka...

Vor 6 Stunden
Baka Prince
Baka Prince

I enjoy this video but usnt taht part about planet and trees invalid do to the facr that thats all candy

Vor 6 Stunden
Cato Sicarius
Cato Sicarius

taxation is theft 18:00

Vor 6 Stunden
TRY to HELP you
TRY to HELP you

I object; you ruined my day and I love it, ha!

Vor 6 Stunden
Lucya Panda
Lucya Panda

3:20 here in Croatia we din't have the same difference between sweepstakes and lottery because we never have the 'No purchase necessary thing', and very often companies hold 'giveaways' that require you to buy something and send them the number of your receipt

Vor 6 Stunden
Bradley Maynard
Bradley Maynard

17:54 Just curious, if you were to win the powerball would that also be the case? If so that would be a wise and depressing thing to know.

Vor 7 Stunden
Transcendental Airwaves
Transcendental Airwaves

It would be interesting to know how bad he'd come out under 1960's law and regulations.

Vor 7 Stunden
GTFORDMAN
GTFORDMAN

to be fair it was never officialy established that those kids were killed, and if i recall correctly Willy Wonka did say that they were alive at where ever they ended up, perhaps didfigured & with mental scares but alive non the less

Vor 8 Stunden
Rohan Zener
Rohan Zener

Just a quick note, the second crime was committed by Henry Salt, not Willy Wonka. So I don't know why you counted it, apart from misattributing it to Wonka instead of Salt.

Vor 8 Stunden
SittingMoose Shaman
SittingMoose Shaman

... sorry - the author is British. Therefore, though the story's location references are a tad generic, the location of the story is assumed to take place in an industrial town, somewhere in the UK. So-oo... we gonna have to go at it from the perspective of British Law...

Vor 8 Stunden
SittingMoose Shaman
SittingMoose Shaman

... P.S. since this is all fantasy, then, - Willy Wonka, being incredibly wealthy...was also, incredibly _connected._ As in, _Meyer Lansky-ish_ 'connected.' W.W. had the goods on the law enforcement boss just as M.L. had on J.E. Hoover and his attraction to fine lace and silk... W.W. was off the hook - before ever he was on it. It's the shadow'd world of W.W.'s _Dark Chocolate!_

Vor 7 Stunden
BTAX
BTAX

I'm fairly certain in the United Kingdom lottery/competition winners aren't required to pay taxes on winnings?

Vor 8 Stunden
BuildmasterW p
BuildmasterW p

Wanka won't be on the hook for that blue berry thing as he warned her and told her to stop. If a kid goes to a lab and drinks something toxic when told not to the grown up will not be on the hook.

Vor 8 Stunden
Pat Callahan
Pat Callahan

There, I clicked on it - bye!

Vor 8 Stunden
Bagam
Bagam

Ok youtube i watched can i go now?

Vor 9 Stunden
Caleb Pettie
Caleb Pettie

hove you seen film therory on this watch that as well

Vor 9 Stunden
FIRE FLOUR
FIRE FLOUR

Film Theory already explained this. But this guy explained it in a better way.

Vor 9 Stunden
GOKU_BLACK XxSaiyajin4LifexX
GOKU_BLACK XxSaiyajin4LifexX

"they haven't shown a penis in there since Monday"

Vor 9 Stunden
TJM060765
TJM060765

WILLY WONKA AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY is a film from 1971. Are you applying laws/regulations from 1971 or from 2019?

Vor 9 Stunden
Isaac Bright
Isaac Bright

Veruca Salt knocked over Wonka's stuff. If anything had broken she would be held responsible in paying it back. I think it could also be seen as vandalism.

Vor 9 Stunden
Knuckles #2761
Knuckles #2761

Also can be fined for that good-bad scales, which are clearly offensive.

Vor 9 Stunden
JakoborRazor
JakoborRazor

But but but but but but but but but but but but but but but but but but but but but but but but but but but but but but but but but but but but... This didn’t happen yesterday. It was a long time ago, it might’ve been historical when the movie came out, and labor laws have probably changed since the original movie came out.

Vor 9 Stunden
atomic wolf
atomic wolf

Man I never really thought of it this way that's a lot of violations but still it was a really fun movie in my childhood

Vor 9 Stunden
Gr8Loki
Gr8Loki

Please, please please review the courtroom scenes in Futurama!!!!!

Vor 9 Stunden
BenjaminGessel
BenjaminGessel

This video is simultaneously all of these things: humorous, annoying, realistic, depressing, educational, and the complete opposite of spontaneous, weird and eccentric, which is sequential/logical, "normal" and more "normal"... It should be very easy to understand why I didn't become a lawyer... :-/

Vor 9 Stunden
Rotting Basket
Rotting Basket

Isn't the whole point is that because they were selfish they got their karmatic end.

Vor 9 Stunden
Nickisae
Nickisae

I just realized Veruca said twat

Vor 10 Stunden
Ben Siener
Ben Siener

13th amendment didnt abolish slavery, it just made the US government the only entity legally allowed to enslave anyone.

Vor 10 Stunden
Fifi_ Leafy
Fifi_ Leafy

So is the opposite of a Legal Eagle an illegal Seagle?

Vor 10 Stunden
David Misner
David Misner

That is assuming that they have the same laws in the Willy Wonka universe. We also do not know what country that is. Probably not USA

Vor 10 Stunden
chris roberts
chris roberts

The “illegal lottery” is BS, as much as the taxes laid on the building for existing. The truth is that our government owns a monopoly on one of the easiest ways to earn money and if they don’t get their cut it’s deemed “illegal” for anyone else to engage in.

Vor 10 Stunden
ryacus
ryacus

There was actually no proof you couldn't enter for free.

Vor 3 Stunden
CHER YL. #MoronicBeings
CHER YL. #MoronicBeings

#GregWasHere

Vor 10 Stunden
Kinjiro Tsuchiya
Kinjiro Tsuchiya

Actually it says in the book and the movie iirc .everything in that room is made of candy even the grass and fungus. actually one of the kids eats the whipped cream out of a mushroom.

Vor 10 Stunden
killmenowprettyprett
killmenowprettyprett

The movie was released in 1971 and was presumably set either at the same time or 1964 when the book it's based off was published. When were all the laws mentioned here created? Wouldn't some of them not apply because he'd be trailed by a court in the 70's or 60's?

Vor 10 Stunden
Colin Grant
Colin Grant

Thanks for ruining my childhood memories!!!

Vor 10 Stunden
kylie tasker
kylie tasker

No kids died

Vor 10 Stunden
drmadjdsadjadi
drmadjdsadjadi

There are reasons to believe that Joe Peck may not be covered by the FLSA. It is unlikely that he does at least $500,000 in business and, provided he does not engage in interstate commerce, he could be exempt from its provisions. The fact that his newsstand does not appear to have a mailbox or telephone suggests that he may not engage in interstate commerce (perhaps all the papers are in-state?). Furthermore, although the term used was "pay day" it is unclear whether Charlie, in fact, qualifies as an employee or whether he is, in fact, in business for himself, which presents a whole new set of challenges. However, I think the big thing here is what type of work Charlie was doing. You see, so long as Charlie is delivering newspapers to customers, he is specifically exempted from the FLSA as noted on the Department of Labor web page: "Minors employed in the delivery of newspapers to consumers are exempt from Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) child labor provisions, as well as the wage and hours provisions. This exemption applies to carriers engaged in making deliveries to the homes of subscribers or other consumers of newspapers (including shopping news). It also includes employees engaged in the street sale or delivery of newspapers to the consumer. However, employees engaged in hauling newspapers to drop stations, distributing centers, and newsstands are not exempted because they do not deliver to the consumer." http://www.dol.gov/general/topic/youthlabor/newspaper See also: http://www.ecfr.gov/cgi-bin/text-idx?c=ecfr&sid=48d6ee3b99d3b3a97b1bf189e1757786&rgn=div5&view=text&node=29:3.1.1.1.30&idno=29

Vor 10 Stunden
Java Jones
Java Jones

Great video!

Vor 11 Stunden
Radman1889
Radman1889

Sudden random recommended channel! And I love this! Subbed!

Vor 11 Stunden
sans
sans

If it is a law that sweepstakes must not require purchase(not make them lotteries) then how does McDonald’s get away with there pell sticker contest where you get codes by buying there food?

Vor 11 Stunden
Jack Hammer
Jack Hammer

Gosh,...can you imagine having this guy who can't fathom fantasy sitting next to you lecturing your ears off ruining fantasy movies with his "this isn't reality!"

Vor 11 Stunden
jack black
jack black

The funniest part of this is that the lawyer is judging this movies on modern laws. When it looks like this movie takes place in the mid to late 20th century when a lot of these laws were not made.

Vor 11 Stunden
Kevin McD
Kevin McD

9:40 Work visas?

Vor 11 Stunden
LukeL007
LukeL007

Fine if this happened in the UK he would get probation.

Vor 11 Stunden
Bob Freukes
Bob Freukes

I say screw the legal ramifications. That factory would be a WONDERFUL place to be. To hell with the law, tell the law they could **** ** ***. They can't touch me if they can't find me in there.

Vor 11 Stunden
Robert Goodman
Robert Goodman

Baloney, in 1978, after this film came out in 1971, I delivered Pennysavers (coupon papers) and Newsday newspapers at the age of 11 and 12. It was perfectly legal then on Long Island and should still be as far as I'm concerned. That's what's wrong with this country, that young kids and adolescents can't find jobs that will give them an understanding of earning and saving and investing and spending money wisely. Instead they get pampered and sheltered by their parents. I was out in all sorts of weather pushing a shopping cart around my large neighborhood delivering hundreds of papers to my neighbors, handling their weekly bills, and making sure they paid up on time. So I also learned math and how to handle financial transactions, customer service skills, and all the levels of responsibility for handling and caring for my stock of papers and delivering them where, when, and how my customers wanted. And you really think a kid having a job is wrong as some sort of "child labor violation?" VERY WRONG! Heck, with few breaks, I've worked straight since I was 11-years-old, including high school and college, and that was 40 years ago. We originally had agrarian societies where SUMMER was for kids to work in the fields of their parents to support their own home or other people's fields to earn money. And do you think this is bad? Need I say that for most people, especially men and boys, that having a job is a great source for self-worth and self-esteem?

Vor 11 Stunden
nick garner
nick garner

TFW you are citing all these AMERICAN laws when the movie takes place in BRITAIN...

Vor 11 Stunden
MyTech
MyTech

Labor laws?? Charlie is in Victorian England, they tie children to sticks as cheap chimney brushes.

Vor 12 Stunden
Preston Estes
Preston Estes

The argument about Charlie haveing to pay taxes is that the Chocolate Factory wasn’t truly a prize. The only Prize mentioned in the sweepstakes was touring the factory. It could be argued that Wonka gave or handed the factory down to Charlie outside of the sweepstakes.

Vor 12 Stunden
Sparky Shore
Sparky Shore

You ignored Mike Teevee!

Vor 12 Stunden
Preston Estes
Preston Estes

What about Charlie and the Chocolate Factory?

Vor 12 Stunden
Jameson Dymond
Jameson Dymond

5:58 aren’t you also bribing a minor to commit a crime pretty sure that’s illegal

Vor 12 Stunden
pencilpauli
pencilpauli

Some of the regulations mentioned were not in existence when the book was written. But all the regulations mentioned are about to be retrospectively be deregulated by Umpalumpa in Chief, Trump, so the point is moot Oh look there goes the EPA!

Vor 12 Stunden
brian554xx
brian554xx

My thought: The small print shifts all liability, even personal liability, to the recipient of the factory who, being a minor, can't be held accountable for some reason as plausible as Oompa Loompas.

Vor 12 Stunden
Paper Dragon
Paper Dragon

Fun fact: during the candy room scene Veruca actually cuts her knee on a rock, and still has the scar today. Also the kids didnt die, but it would still be attempted murder or endangerment

Vor 12 Stunden
Moistifier
Moistifier

In the 2005 version, they say the the Oompa Loompas are paid in cocoa beans.

Vor 12 Stunden
Sparky Shore
Sparky Shore

Should you be taking into account how different scenes take place in different jurisdictions with different laws?

Vor 12 Stunden
C.J
C.J

well Mr.Lawyer Its a fucking kid movie. not a movie to scrutinize , its a kids movie.

Vor 13 Stunden
Steven.
Steven.

1:56 voice crack

Vor 13 Stunden
mike stanberry
mike stanberry

Could you do avengers 1, age of ultron, captain America winter soldier, civil war, antman 1 and 2 iron man 1,2,and 3 laws broken? No hurry man take your time.

Vor 13 Stunden
Chase Harnack
Chase Harnack

You can't use modern US laws to a movie set in the 1960s or 1970s Britain

Vor 13 Stunden
Kerry Thatdude
Kerry Thatdude

Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory is set in the UK, right?

Vor 13 Stunden
Martin Wylde
Martin Wylde

one problem this is based in the UK (hence the pound) so employment laws are different, heck i had a paper round at age 12

Vor 13 Stunden

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