Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Charlie accepts Willy Wonka's offer to take over the chocolate factory and so he leaves his family. But soon he realises that a family is the most important thing for a child in the whole world, and so he asks Willy to visit his estranged father and Wonka too realizes the importance of family. Later, Charlie visits his old house and asks for forgiveness. His family forgives him and his family moves to the chocolate factory, and Willy treats them as a family.

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Other mistake: In the beginning of the song about Augustus Gloop, computer generated Oompa Loompas can be seen running through the Chocolate Room, preparing to sing their song. In the DVD release, some Oompa Loompas can be seen running to places that no real person could possibly stand on. This mistake was later corrected in the Blu-Ray release.

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Willy Wonka: Everything in this room is eatable. Even I'm eatable, but that is called canibalism, my dear children, and is in fact frowned upon in most societies.

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Trivia: In the scene with the young Willy Wonka eating a box of chocolates, he is writing down in a notebook a description of each chocolate he eats. When Roald Dahl was at boarding school there was a Cadbury's factory nearby that used the pupils as testers for their new chocolate, and they were asked to write down their comments in much the same way. This is mentioned in his book Boy.

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Answer: We are never shown what happened to him but he may have gone to live with relatives or he was simply put into an orphanage.

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