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.
Jerry Lewis and Stella Stevens in The Nutty Professor (Jerry Lewis, 1963).
Virginia Leith in The Brain That Wouldn’t Die (Joseph Green, 1962). Suggested by @lesszorro.
Vincent Price in The Abominable Dr. Phibes (Robert Fuest, 1971). Thanks to @_cynar.
David Kossoff in The Mouse On The Moon (Richard Lester, 1963). Suggested by @dean_frey.
Gene Wilder and Peter Boyle in Young Frankenstein (Mel Brooks, 1974). Nominated by @PaulvonMitchell, @HansHerklots & @poppetmoppet.
Cary Grant in Monkey Business (Howard Hawks, 1952). Thanks @RomantikKurbaa.
Ernest Thesiger and Colin Clive in Bride Of Frankenstein (James Whale, 1935). Thanks to @Bakerdave76 for this one.
Steve Martin in The Man With Two Brains (Carl Reiner, 1983). And to @PaulVonMitchell for nominating this one.
Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Sex But Were Afraid To Ask (Woody Allen, 1972). Nominated By @realarsenalism and @PaulvonMitchell