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Another Roald Dahl Classic Hits Netflix’s Top 10 Ahead Of Henry Sugar’s Arrival

It’s hard to say if Dahl himself would have liked “Matilda.” It’s a matter of record that Dahl loathed Mel Stuart’s 1971 film “Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory,” an adaptation of his 1964 novel “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.” According to the Daily Mail, Dahl allegedly felt that Stuart had no talent and that Gene Wilder, in the title role, was a terrible choice for Willy Wonka (he wanted Spike Milligan or Peter Sellers to play the part). Dahl also resented that his screenplay was drastically altered by the last-minute hiring of David Seltzer, who made the movie a…

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