No , the book did win the New England Round Table of Children's Librarians Award (USA 1972) , Surrey School Award (UK 1973) , Millennium Children's Book Award (UK 2000) and the Blue Peter Book Award (UK 2000)
Wasn't it the Everlasting Gobstopper?
Charlie's last name in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is Bucket.
in the original version: Gene Wilder. In the remake, Johnny Depp.
He gets a golden ticket to see the Wonka chocolate factory.
No name or manufacturer for Depp's Willy Wonka TV room glasses can be found. It's possible they came from the props department.
His name was Joe Bucket. Or also known as "GrandPa Joe"
Roald Dahl. He also wrote many other novels and short stories. Did you know there is a sequel to Charlie and the Chocolate Factory? It is the Glass Elevator. It is a good read.
The popular book called Charlie and the Chocolate Factory was written by the author named Roald Dahl. Roald Dahl also wrote books such as Matilda and James and the Giant Peach.
Probably little kids who like candy.
IN THE MOVIE THEY SHOW THAT THERE WERE 5 GOLDEN TICKETS. There were 5 golden tickets.
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Charlie lives in a old cottage house that is about to fall apart. He lives with his 2 grandmas 2 grandpas and his parents. they are very poor.
His age is indicated in the book as 10 or 11 years old.
He was portrayed by 12 year old Peter Ostrum in 1971 ("Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory").
He was portrayed by 13 year old Freddie Highmore in the 2005 film.
They are the same story. The book and the screenplays were all written by Roald Dahl.
"Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" is the title of the original book, whereas "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory" is the first film (Gene Wilder played Wonka) made of it the book. "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" is also the name of the second movie (Johnny Depp played Wonka).
Certain liberties were taken with the storyline of the book in both movies. There are many differences, including:
Roald Dahl died in 1990 so he did not write the screenplay for the 2005 version. That was written by John August.
In Charlie and The Chocolate Factory there are five golden tickets.
I would say, as the title suggests, Charlie. I say this because the story really revolves around him and his family and about him wanting the oppurtunity to visit the Chocolate Factory more than anything else and being optomistic even though his life lacks so many necessities.
I suppose Willy Wonka could also be seen as a key charcter becaue he featureS heavily throughout the story.
Hope this helps :)
Charlie Bucket's house and the chocolate factory (:
It takes place in a little town in London, I don't know what it was called, but I don't think it was mentioned. It was also around 1940 to 1950.
Charlie won the factory by being the last kid in the factory that listened to all the rules.
The little people who help Willy Wonka manufacture candy in his chocolate factory are called oompa loompas. They are orange dwarves who like to sing ditties of advice to the children who visit Willy Wonka's factory in Roald Dahl's book "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory." This book was published in 1964 and has since been adapted to film many times.
5... Charlie Bucket (obviously), Augustus Gloop (the kid who loves chocolate), Veruca Salt (the spoiled rich girl), Violet Beaureguard (the gum chewer), and Mike Teevee (the TV addict).