Top 10 Whacky Laboratories – The Wonderful Madness of Creativity

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Whacky laboratories are a celebration not only of cinema itself, but also of the wonderful madness of creativity,  a celebration expressed visually in an assortment of gadgets, potions and inventions.

Willy Wonka And The Chocolate Factory (Mel Stuart, 1971).  Nominated by @baznut.oompa loompa lab

Jerry Lewis and Stella Stevens in The Nutty Professor (Jerry Lewis, 1963). nutty professor jerry lewis laboratories

Virginia Leith in The Brain That Wouldn’t Die (Joseph Green, 1962). Suggested by @lesszorro.the brain that wouldn't die lab

Vincent Price in The Abominable Dr. Phibes (Robert Fuest, 1971). Thanks to @_cynar.phibes lab

David Kossoff in The Mouse On The Moon (Richard Lester, 1963). Suggested by @dean_frey.the mouse on the moon gif

Gene Wilder and Peter Boyle in Young Frankenstein (Mel Brooks, 1974). Nominated by @PaulvonMitchell, @HansHerklots & @poppetmoppet.young frankenstein laboratory

Cary Grant in Monkey Business (Howard Hawks, 1952). Thanks @RomantikKurbaa.
monkey business lab

Ernest Thesiger and Colin Clive in Bride Of Frankenstein (James Whale, 1935). Thanks to @Bakerdave76 for this one.DC8QRdyWsAEbudv

Steve Martin in The Man With Two Brains (Carl Reiner, 1983). And to @PaulVonMitchell for nominating this one.
the man with two brains lab

Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Sex But Were Afraid To Ask (Woody Allen, 1972). Nominated By @realarsenalism and @PaulvonMitchell
everything lab

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