Six of the cast members from Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, the film that inspired generations of children to lick wallpaper, recently reunited for a convention in Orlando. While they were there, they also met with NBC’S Joe Fryer to tell the TODAY audience what it was like to make the film. It's delightful to see which cast members now look like they play in a cover band at their local bar every third Wednesday (Peter Ostrom, who played Charlie) and which ones look exactly like you'd expect them to (cough theguywhoplayedAugustusGloop cough).
At one point, Fryer asks them to raise their hands if they'd do it all again, and they all raise their hands because nobody's going to be the jerk on TODAY who's like, "No! It was stupid! I hate all of you!" Or maybe they honestly feel that way. You be the judge: