When Willy Wonka decides to let five children into his chocolate factory, he decides to release five golden tickets in five separate chocolate bars, causing complete mayhem. The tickets start to be found, with the fifth going to a very special boy, called Charlie Bucket. With his Grandpa, Charlie joins the rest of the children to experience the most amazing factory ever. But not everything goesto plan within the factory. Written by FilmFanUK[->0]
Charlie Bucket comes from a poor family, and spends most of his time dreaming about the chocolate that he loves but usually can't afford. Things change when Willy Wonka, head of the very popular Wonka Chocolate empire, announces a contest in which five gold tickets have been hidden in chocolate bars and sent throughout the country. The kidswho find the tickets will be taken on a tour of Wonka's chocolate factory and get a special glimpse of the wonders within. Charlie miraculously finds a ticket, along with four other children much naughtier than him. The tour of the factory will hold more than a few surprises for this bunch. Written by rmlohner[->1]
Charlie Bucket is a young boy who comes from a poor but loving family and wouldlove nothing more than to find a golden ticket to enter the amazing chocolate factory run by inventor and owner Willy Wonka. As luck would have it, Charlie finds the last golden ticket and goes on this once-in-a-lifetime adventure with his grandpa Joe. Among the other four winners are Veruca Salt, a spoiled rich girl; Augustus Gloop, a gluttonous kid who stuffs his face with sweets; VioletBeuragarde, a champion trophy gum chewer; and Mike Teavee, a kid who spends more time watching TV and playing video games than anything else. Most fascinating is the mysterious Willy Wonka who in turn had a troubled childhood and has a special grand prize at the end for one of the kids. Also along the tour are Wonka's staff the singing, working Oommpa Loompas. Written by firstname.lastname@example.org[->2]Charlie Bucket, a boy from an impoverished family under the shadow of a giant chocolate factory, wins a candy bar contest and is given a tour, along with four other children, of the amazing factory run by the eccentric Willy Wonka and his staff of Oompa-Loompas. Written by email@example.com[->3]
The eccentric manufacturer of chocolates and candies Willy Wonka promotes a tour through his chocolatefactory, the greatest in the world, through five golden tickets hidden in the bars of chocolate. The poor and sweet boy Charlie Bucket finds one, for the pride and joy of his very supportive family, and he spends the day in a mysterious competition for an unknown award with four other nasty boys and girls. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil[->4]
CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATEFACTORY
Charlie Bucket is a poor boy. He lives with his parents and grandparents. His father is the only person in the family with a job. He works in a toothpaste factory. The only meals Bucket family eats are bread and margarine for breakfast, boiled potatoes and cabbage for lunch and cabbage soup for dinner.
Charlie loves chocolate, but he has no money to buy a bar. He only get a baronce a year for his birthday. One day his grandfather Joe tells him a story about the closed chocolate factory near their home and its owner Mr. Willy Wonka. The young boy is excited with the story and wants to know more about the factory and Mr. Wonka the candy-making genius.
Few days later Mr.Wonka decides to open his factory and publishes in the local newspaper an advertisement where inviteschildren to buy wonka’s chocolates and candies in order to find in the wrapper a golden ticket printed in it. There are only five tickets to five lucky children. Charlie thinks he could not obtain a golden ticket because he has not money to buy a lot of chocolate bars so he is worry about the news.
The following days, two golden tickets are founded. The finders are Augustus Gloop a nine- year...
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