WILLY WONKA AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY: In this wry and amusing musical, a world-famous candymaker hides five golden tickets in candy bars for five lucky children. Young, good-natured Charlie (Peter Ostrum) wins one of the tickets hidden among thousands of Wonka chocolate bars. What have Charlie and the other four kids won' A tour through Willy Wonka's chocolate factory, led by the loveable, eccentric, but often mean-spirited Wonka himself (Gene Wilder). The factory is like a fantasy world: crazy color schemes, wild inventions, secret rooms, busy oompa-loompas, and lots and lots of delectable sweets. But Wonka has a hidden agenda, and during the tour he tests each child's character and honesty.
THE WIZARD OF OZ: Young Dorothy is bored with her dull, gray life on a Kansas farm. When her house is whisked away by a tornado, she lands somewhere over the rainbow in a Technicolor world, and Dorothy knows she's not in Kansas anymore. This beloved, incomparable classic based on L. Frank Baum's turn-of-the-century novel is a musical and visual candy store. Dorothy's quest to find a way back to Kansas has permeated American culture and film for decades, and remains one of the best musicals and children's stories ever filmed.