Pawn Stars: Original 1971 “Willy Wonka” Props (Season 14) | History

Rick is in a world of pure imagination when he goes to L.A. to see the largest complete collection of on-screen props from 1971's classic "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory" in this clip from "La La Land". #PawnStars
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Season 14
Episode 11
La La Land

"Pawn Stars" follows three generations of the Harrison family as they assess the value of items coming in and out of their Gold & Silver Pawn Shop in Las Vegas, from the commonplace to the truly historic.

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82 Comments on “Pawn Stars: Original 1971 “Willy Wonka” Props (Season 14) | History”

    1. For real, they talked about the Gobstopper being the center piece but the golden ticket really is the center piece of the whole film

  1. There has never been a more perfect knick knack ever created for your desk than that gobstopper. Everlasting nostalgia.

    1. Cost of labor is irrelevant; price is based on supply and demand. This is why someone can pay a hundred dollars for something, and end up having to sell it for five bucks, or vice versa, because the supply and demand can cause the subjective value to change to anything.

  2. I love this episode!!! He definitely sold that everlasting gobstopper way too cheap. I’ve never seen Rick so quick to shake someone’s hand.

  3. Guy: I would like $100,000 for the gobstopper.

    Rick: I want the gobstopper and a wonka bar for $100k.

    Guy: You get NOTHING, you LOSE! GOOD DAY, SIR!!!

    1. Well there are probably many original tickets and maybe only 1 everlasting gobstopper. So in terms of pure value the candy beats it, but you’re right, I’d so much rather have the ticket. By far.

    2. at the girl who actually played varouca salt said in her novel that the producers of whatever were very strict about the kids giving the everlasting gobstoppers back and she actually stole it so that probably is the only one that was taken

    1. @aeonjoey in your opinion what do you think is the most monetarily valuable gemstone? (if there is one) i agree with you in regards to diamonds though

    2. @modest Blue Diamond is the most valuable gemstone, but because of diamond synthesis, I would fear investing in diamonds at all. On that, I would say jadeite.

    3. @aeonjoey Yup: De Beers Group holds all the diamonds in one warehouse and releases a certain amount of diamonds to keep the price artificially high… Heck, they even coined the ‘Diamonds are forever’ marketing trick…

  4. Wife: “Honey, where did the children’s college tuition go?”

    Husband: * Holds up glass box with large multicolored jack inside it* We all knew Susie and Billy were too stupid for Harvard.

    1. Little did he know, Susie and Billy could’ve been successful medical doctors as an investment and return 1 million+ dollars back.

    1. I would need the Golden Ticket AND the Everlasting Gobstopper. The ticket would get me entrance to the Chocolate Factory. Then I would put the Gobstopper on Mr. Wonka’s desk and he would give ME the Chocolate Factory. And then I would have the factory, which would include the Wonkavater, the Wonkamobile, Wonka Vision, Fizzy Lifting Drinks, lickable wallpaper for nursery walls, all staffed by Oompa Loompas. 😁

    1. Candy is made to sell to children. It’s to get the kid’s parents to pay for it. It doesn’t have to be practical. Have you seen those stupid over size lollypops? Impractical size to eat. Can feed a group of people and people throw most of it away. But it sells because it’s eye catching.

    1. Hey! It’s cool to someone famous in the comments section! If you could have the hat or the ticket, which one would you take?

  5. The fact that Veruca Salt sold the Everlasting Gobstopper is priceless. She swore in the movie that she would keep it for herself and never show it to another living human being for as long as she shall live, but her fingers were crossed behind her back.

  6. One of the best movies ever. So cool to see again. Dude scored big. Wonder what he paid for it. Was fun to watch. Great video

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