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Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is a children's book written by Roald Dahl in 1964 which was later made into a movie (1971 and 2005).

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Does Wonka (2023) contradict the original Roald Dahl books in any way?

The new movie Wonka is clearly based on references in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, most notably the names of the Chocolateers. According to Screenrant: As far as the story is concerned, Wonka ...
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What did Slugworth offer the other children?

In the film Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (1971), we meet the character Slugworth who offers Charlie a bunch of money to get him an everlasting gobstopper. This made sense in context as a ...
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Has anyone ever revealed the Oompa-Loompish language (fortunately, which Willie was fluent in)?

Oompa-Loompas were the workers at Willy Wonka's Chocolate Factory, who were imported by Willy Wonka direct from Loompaland. We are first introduced to the Oompa-Loompas in Roald Dahl’s 1964 children’s ...
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What is Prince Pondicherry’s wife called in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory?

In Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Grandpa Joe tells Charlie the story of Prince Pondicherry and the palace he got that was made of chocolate. His Princess went unnamed and the 2005 film adaptation ...
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How actually did Violet get a golden ticket in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory?

It is clear the different creative ideas for how Augustus Gloop, Veruca Salt, and Mike Teavee got them. How the heck did Violet Beauregarde get hers? Maybe they couldn't think of enough ideas so they ...
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Do the Wonka Bars in the movie Charlie and the Chocolate Factory have peanut butter in them?

The Wonka bar they showed Agustus eating appeared to have peanut butter in it. Maybe it was to demonstrate his point of view when he said he tasted something that was not chocolate and was wondering ...
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How does Willy Wonka deliver?

Supposedly after a 4 year hiatus, the Chocolate Factory re-opens. It remains locked according to Grandpa Joe but continues to pump out more delicious candy than ever before. The Oompa Loompas remain a ...
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Why did Mike Teavee crack the code?

In Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (specifically the film), Mike brags (sort of) about the fact that he cracked the code for the Golden Tickets. He then explains that he hates chocolate. Why, then,...
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What was the meaning behind the turbine and the fizzy lifting drink?

In Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (the 1971 musical), each of the children was removed from the competition by them not being able to resist their character flaws. Augustus is sucked through a ...
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Why did Wonka wait till the end to scold Charlie?

In Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (the 1971 musical), Wonka systematically removed the children from the competition as they each did something horrible that reflected their personalities. ...
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Are Oompa-Loompas human?

I was watching the movie Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and saw that Willy Wonka employed a race of short humanoids with burnt orange skin. It was implied that they are not human, but never stated ...
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