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Because he's a nutter. That's pretty much all there is to it. It was a very simple and obvious way of bringing out his whimsicality and eccentricity visually. The director, Mel Stuart, answered this in his book Pure Imagination: The Making of Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, where he said: the reason everything in Willy's office is cut in half ...


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Not sure how reliable the site is, but Robocop Archive says: The outer shell of the RoboSuit (the armour) is constructed of fiberglass. The interior segments (the black bits) are a combination of high-impact plastics and foam rubber. ... while also saying that there are multiple versions of the suit. Altogether, seven complete robosuits were ...


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Both. A Miniature for wide shots of the moving sandcrawler, and a partially built full size version for the close up shots with people: From page 18 of The Best of The Lucasfilm Archives: Off-the-shelf parts are an important part of big-movie model making. The sandcrawler craft used by the Jawas to scour the flatlands for minerals and plunder, ...



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