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Toy Story, that much loved children's film, is unarguably a little unsettling — mostly thanks to scenes involving Sid , the kid next door, and, of course, Babyface — the hybrid toy consisting of a doll's eyeless head attached to mechanical spider legs. YouTuber Bobby Burns has taken the film's macabre elements to their logical conclusion, creating this brilliant spoof trailer re-imagining Toy Story as a horror film., Fleming was inspired by the real-life exploits of racing driver Count Louis Zborowski who designed and built four aero-engined racing cars that were named Chitty Bang Bang because of the sound they made while standing idle.
The character did not appear in the original Ian Fleming book. In the film, he was played by ballet dancer Robert Helpmann. Dick Van Dyke recalls Helpmann being able to swing out of the carriage and literally skip across the crashing vehicle. According to Van Dyke, Helpmann did this with incredible grace and much like a dancer - which was Helpmann's original claim to fame. In , the Child Catcher was voted "the scariest villain in children's books",  even though the character does not appear in Fleming's book itself. In fact, Roald Dahl , co-author of the film version's screenplay, originated the Child Catcher as well as almost all of the Vulgarian scenes.
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The Child Catcher is the secondary antagonist in the film Chitty Chitty Bang Bang , which is based on the English children's novel of the same name by the late Ian Fleming. However, he was not featured in the original book. The Child Catcher is depicted as a black-clad, large-nosed man who is employed to hunt down children and take them away. He carries a large net of the sort used to catch butterflies, and a rather menacing-looking hook such as those used by old-fashioned abortionists. The Child Catcher occasionally snares his prey by luring them out with lollipops. When they fall for his trick, he puts them in cages to be carted off to a large prison under orders from the evil rulers of Vulgaria Baron Bomburst and Baroness Bomburst , who dislike children. In the end, the Child-Catcher comes to help the Bomburst couple after they are taken hostage by the children.