Candies come in various fun shapes and sizes to create a sweet, colorful legacy. I never want to be lazy with a generic Rodeo Really Tough Trivia question such as what's the most popular candy in the USA? So we always take a deep dive into the Rabbit Hole.

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Photo Credit: Keith B.

However, it is safe to say the top 5 candies are pretty well established, with longtime favorites such as:

  1. Reese's Peanut Butter Cups
  2. M&M's
  3. Snickers
  4. Hershey's
  5. Kit Kat

Those Candies are legendary, but are they as iconic as those made famous in popular films?

In the film Caddy Shack, who can forget the scene where the Baby Ruth Candy Bar ends up in the pool and causes panic and the pool to be drained?

Or how about when Elliot leaves a trail of Reeses Pieces for ET to find?

And let's not forget that famous box of chocolates in Forest Gump!

That's like Rodeo Realy Tough Trivia and the Rabbit Hole we go down daily. You never know what you're gonna get.

There's one film set in a candy factory, Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory is a 1971 fantasy film starring Gene Wilder as Willy Wonka.

We could go on about the candy of Willy Wonka, but what about the Oompa-Loompas?

While the Oompa Loompas are short in stature and inclined to sing and dance while on the job, what else is there to know about these tiny folks?

And that's our rodeo Really Tough Trivia Question This Morning.

Where are the Oompah Loompas from?

  1. Oomphaville
  2. Loompaland
  3. Doompa De Town
  4. Candy Land

Loompaland is the place where the Oompa-Loompas originate. According to Willy Wonka, the whole site is thick jungles, desolate wastes, and the most horrid beasts in the world: Hornsnozzlers, Snozzwangers, and Whangdoodles. 

Congratulations to Deanne Roussel on winning Rodeo Really Tough Trivia on Friday, November 11, 2022! It pays to listen and dial to win on 103.3 WJOD!

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