Enter the magical world of Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory and follow Charlie’s journey to the ultimate prize.
In the world of candy, nothing compares to the magical chocolate factory of Willy Wonka. Located on the outskirts of a small town, it looms over the horizon like a beacon of hope for children and adults alike. And yet, for all its wonder and splendor, few have ever been fortunate enough to set foot inside its hallowed halls.
But one day, that all changed. When eccentric candy man Willy Wonka promised a lifetime supply of sweets and a tour of his chocolate factory to five lucky kids, the world was thrown into a frenzy. Children everywhere clamored for the chance to win the coveted golden ticket and enter the magical world of Willy Wonka’s factory.
And among those hopeful children was Charlie Bucket, a poor boy from a humble family. Despite his meager circumstances, Charlie dreamed of one day tasting the delights of Willy Wonka’s candy, and of winning the golden ticket that would grant him entry to the factory. And as fate would have it, that dream was about to become a reality.
Chapter 1: “Charlie’s Dream”
Charlie Bucket was a boy with a heart full of hope and a pocket full of change. Every day, he would walk to the candy store on the corner of his street and buy a chocolate bar, hoping against hope that one day he would find the golden ticket that would change his life forever.
But as the days turned into weeks, and the weeks turned into months, Charlie began to lose hope. His family was poor, and he knew that he couldn’t keep spending his small allowance on chocolate bars forever. But still, he couldn’t help but dream.
One day, as Charlie walked to the candy store with his grandfather, he spotted a group of children gathered around a newspaper stand. They were laughing and shouting, and Charlie couldn’t help but wonder what all the commotion was about.
As he drew closer, he saw that they were all staring at a picture of Willy Wonka, the eccentric candy man who had promised a lifetime supply of sweets and a tour of his chocolate factory to five lucky children. And then he saw it: the golden ticket, the tiny scrap of paper that held the key to Charlie’s wildest dreams.
Without thinking, Charlie raced to the candy store and bought a chocolate bar. He tore open the wrapper and scanned its contents eagerly, but to his dismay, there was no golden ticket inside. He tried again and again, but each time he came up empty-handed.
Weeks turned into months, and the deadline for finding the golden ticket drew closer and closer. Charlie watched as the other children in town found tickets and won their way into the factory. And yet, he never lost hope.
And then, one day, as he was walking home from school, he saw a glimmer of gold on the sidewalk. He bent down and picked up the tiny scrap of paper, hardly daring to believe what he was seeing.
It was the golden ticket. And suddenly, Charlie’s wildest dreams were within reach.
Chapter 2: “The Golden Ticket”
Charlie couldn’t believe his luck when he held the shiny golden ticket with the words “Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory” printed on it. He had dreamed of this moment for so long, and now it had finally come true. The excitement was too much for him, and he ran back to his small house, shouting with joy.
As soon as he arrived home, he burst into the living room where his parents and grandparents were sitting. They were surprised to see him so elated, and he held up the golden ticket for them to see.
“Look! Look! I got it! I got the golden ticket!” Charlie exclaimed with a big smile.
His grandparents were thrilled and jumped up from their chairs, hugging him tightly. His parents, however, were skeptical.
“Are you sure it’s real, Charlie?” his father asked, eyeing the ticket suspiciously.
Charlie showed them the ticket again, and his mother took it from him and examined it closely.
“It looks real to me,” she said with a hint of excitement in her voice.
Charlie’s grandfather, who had worked at the local chocolate factory until he was let go many years ago, was ecstatic.
“You’re a lucky boy, Charlie,” he said, patting him on the back. “I’ve always dreamed of going to that factory, but I never got the chance.”
Charlie’s family may have been poor, but they were not short on love and support. They cheered him on as he prepared for the tour, and Grandpa Joe promised to accompany him to the factory.
The day of the tour arrived, and Charlie and Grandpa Joe set off on an adventure they would never forget. They walked through the streets of their town, past shops and houses, until they reached the big tall factory gates with the sign that read: “Wonka’s Chocolate Factory.”
The gates opened with a creak, and they walked into a wonderland of color, light and sweet smells. Everywhere they looked, there were candy canes, gumdrops, chocolate bars and lollipops. They saw small men dressed in green and white with orange hair, and they were singing and dancing.
“Who are they?” Charlie asked Grandpa Joe.
“They’re Oompa Loompas,” Grandpa Joe replied. “They work here with Mr. Wonka.”
Charlie and Grandpa Joe followed the group of excited children into the main entrance of the factory. The children were jumping up and down with excitement, and Charlie could feel his heart beating faster.
Then, they saw him. Willy Wonka stood in front of them, dressed in a purple coat, long pants, and a top hat. He looked like a real-life magician.
“Welcome, welcome, welcome!” he said, spreading his arms wide. “I am Willy Wonka, and I am the owner of this factory. You are the lucky winners who will take a tour with me and see the wonders of my chocolate factory.”
Charlie couldn’t believe his ears. He was really here, inside the chocolate factory of his dreams, with the legendary Willy Wonka!
The tour began, and Charlie was amazed at everything he saw. They walked through a chocolate room, where everything was made of chocolate. They passed a room with giant gum machines and another with candies that would never melt. They even saw a garden of sugar flowers that looked so real that Charlie wanted to taste them.
At one point during the tour, Charlie found himself separated from the group. He wandered into a room with a giant television screen that showed a boy named Mike Teavee, who had been turned into a tiny version of himself by one of Willy Wonka’s inventions.
Charlie was shocked and worried about Mike, but he soon found his way back to the group. Willy Wonka led them to a room filled with different types of candy, and he told them they could try everything they wanted.
Charlie felt like he had died and gone to heaven. He tasted the most delicious ice cream, the sweetest candy, and the richest chocolate. He was in such a daze that he didn’t even notice when the other children started disappearing one by one.
Finally, only Charlie and Grandpa Joe were left. Willy Wonka took them on a ride in an elevator that shot straight up through the ceiling and flew high above the city. From there, they could see the entire factory, with all its wonder and magic.
As they landed back in the factory, Willy Wonka revealed his true plan. He was looking for an heir to take over the factory, and Charlie was the one he had chosen. Charlie was overjoyed and couldn’t believe his ears.
“I would like you to come and live in the factory, Charlie,” Willy Wonka said with a smile. “You can work with me and the Oompa Loompas to make the most delicious candy in the world.”
Charlie’s heart swelled with excitement and wonder. He had never felt so happy and grateful in his life.
“I would love nothing more than to stay here in this magical place,” Charlie said with a smile.
And that’s how Charlie became the owner of the chocolate factory, and he continued to make the most delicious candy in the world with Willy Wonka and the Oompa Loompas by his side.
Chapter 3: “Meeting the Oompa Loompas”
Charlie and his fellow tour members, Augustus Gloop, Veruca Salt, Mike Teavee, and Violet Beauregarde, follow Willy Wonka into a large, dimly-lit room. As they enter, they are greeted by strange chanting music and the sound of tiny voices echoing through the room.
Suddenly, from behind a curtain, appears a group of small, strange-looking creatures. They have bright orange skin, white hair, and cheerful expressions. These are the Oompa Loompas.
Willy Wonka introduces the tour group to the Oompa Loompas and explains that they are the workers who run the factory. He describes how they came to live in his factory after he rescued them from their homeland, Loompaland, where their lives were fraught with danger and misery.
As the tour continues, the Oompa Loompas lead the group through different rooms, each filled with unique and wondrous creations. The children gasp in amazement at the sight of an entire room made of chocolate, a waterfall that flows with molten caramel, and a garden of edible flowers.
Throughout the tour, the Oompa Loompas entertain the group with their catchy songs and enthusiastic dance moves. Their lyrics are often humorous and filled with clever wordplay, but they also contain moral lessons aimed at teaching the children about the importance of good behavior and respect.
Veruca Salt, who has been a spoiled and entitled child throughout the tour, is singled out by the Oompa Loompas in their latest song. The lyrics remind Veruca that she cannot have everything she wants and that greed and selfishness will lead to her downfall.
Despite their small stature, the Oompa Loompas are an integral part of the factory’s day-to-day operations. They operate the machines, mix the ingredients, and prepare the candy that is enjoyed by children all over the world. They are loyal and hardworking, but also playful and mischievous.
As the tour comes to an end, Willy Wonka thanks the Oompa Loompas for their hard work and dedication. He presents them with a large supply of sweets and sends them on their way.
Charlie is left in awe of the magical creatures and their unique way of life. He feels grateful to have had the chance to meet them and learn from their teachings.
The tour members take a final look around the factory, saying goodbye to the Oompa Loompas, before they are escorted out of the factory. Charlie can’t shake the feeling that the Oompa Loompas have taught him something important about life – something he will remember forever.
Chapter 4: “The Chocolate River”
Charlie and the other lucky children on the tour are mesmerized by the sight of the chocolate river that runs through the factory. It’s a warm, silky river of dark chocolate that smells divine.
Willy Wonka explains that the chocolate river is one of the most important ingredients in his chocolate creations. The children are delighted when they see candy bars, gummies, and other sweets being made using the chocolate from the river.
As they sample the different sweets, Charlie feels grateful for the opportunity to experience something so amazing. The other children are also enjoying themselves, but their attention is quickly diverted to the river itself.
Augustus Gloop, the greedy German boy, sees the river as an opportunity to quench his hunger. He leans too far over the edge of the river and falls in, causing a commotion among the other visitors.
Willy Wonka remains calm and explains that the river is not to be swum in. He and the Oompa Loompas work quickly to rescue Augustus, who is sucked up by one of the factory’s pipes.
The children are still a bit shaken by the incident, but they are quickly distracted by the next attraction – the chewing gum meal. Willy Wonka hands out pieces of gum that taste like a three-course dinner.
Violet Beauregarde, the gum-chewing champion, is quick to try the gum. She chews the gum that tastes like tomato soup and roast beef, and then, to everyone’s surprise, she chews the all-new and experimental blueberry pie gum.
Violet’s jaws begin to work overtime, and she turns purple, growing larger and larger until she resembles a giant blueberry. Willy Wonka and the Oompa Loompas quickly rush her off to the juicing room, where they will squeeze the blueberry juice out of Violet, as if she were a fruit.
The other children are terrified, but Charlie is fascinated by the incredible technology and machinery that Willy Wonka uses to keep his factory running smoothly. He takes in every detail, from the different ingredients to the innovative machines that mix, grind, and mold the chocolate.
After the tour of the chocolate river, the children and their chaperones are given the chance to sample more sweets and watch as the Oompa Loompas continue to work their magic. Charlie is amazed by the creativity and dedication of Willy Wonka and his team. He wonders how he could ever repay Willy Wonka for such a magical experience.
As the tour nears its end, Willy Wonka reveals that there is one more surprise in store for the lucky children – a ride on the great glass elevator. Charlie and Grandpa Joe are amazed as they soar high above the factory and see the Oompa Loompas hard at work.
With all the excitement, Charlie can hardly believe that such a wonderful day is coming to an end. He feels grateful for the experience and is eager to share it with his family and community back home.
As the tour ends, Willy Wonka offers the children one last piece of advice – to always be kind and good, just like his beloved Oompa Loompas. Charlie takes the lesson to heart and feels inspired to make the world a little sweeter, one small act of kindness at a time.
Chapter 5: “Violet’s Demise”
As the tour of Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory continued, the children were amazed by the wonders they were seeing. The chocolate river, the edible grass, and the mushroom-shaped house where the Oompa Loompas lived were all incredible sights to behold. However, something unexpected happened when they reached the Inventing Room.
In the Inventing Room, Willy Wonka revealed his latest creation, a chewing gum that had a three-course dinner all in one. The gum would start with tomato soup, followed by roast beef with baked potato, and then end with blueberry pie and ice cream. He asked for volunteers to try the gum, and all the children eagerly raised their hands. But Willy Wonka only had one piece of gum, and he chose violet Beauregarde, a competitive and stubborn girl who loved to chew gum, to be the first to try it.
As she chewed, Violet quickly started turning blue, and she swelled up like a giant blueberry. The other children and their parents were horrified, and even Willy Wonka seemed taken aback by what had happened. The Oompa Loompas rushed in to try to find a solution to the bizarre problem and sang a catchy tune while they worked.
“Oompa Loompa doompadee doo
I’ve got a perfect puzzle for you
Oompa Loompa doompadee dee
If you are wise, you’ll listen to me”
As they worked, the Oompa Loompas explained what had happened. The gum was not quite ready for human consumption, and the blueberry pie and ice cream flavors caused Violet to swell up. They worked tirelessly to create a special juice to shrink her back down to her normal size.
“Chewing gum’s fine when it’s a treat
But it’s not meant to be something to eat
Oompa Loompa doompadee dah
If you’re not greedy, you will go far”
Finally, the Oompa Loompas were able to shrink Violet back down to her normal size, and she was saved from her blueberry fate. Willy Wonka reminded the children that they should follow instructions and not be too greedy. Violet, however, remained stubborn and ungrateful, insisting that she still wanted to be the first person to try the gum.
As the tour continued, the other children began to realize that their own behavior could also lead to dire consequences. They saw how their own greed and selfishness could put them at risk. Charlie Bucket, on the other hand, remained humble and grateful throughout the tour, and Willy Wonka took notice of his positive attitude.
As the group left the Inventing Room, the other children and their parents were still in shock from what had happened to Violet. But Charlie had learned an important lesson about the dangers of greed and the importance of following instructions. He was determined to make the most of his time in the chocolate factory and to take whatever lessons he could from the strange and magical things he was seeing.
As they moved on to the next room in the tour, Charlie couldn’t help but feel grateful for the chance he had been given. He had always dreamed of visiting the chocolate factory, and he was now experiencing things he had never even imagined. Violet’s near-disastrous encounter with the gum had taught Charlie an important lesson, and he was grateful for the experience.
Chapter 6: “The Great Glass Elevator”
Charlie and Grandpa Joe stepped into the great glass elevator, not knowing what to expect. Willy Wonka pressed a few buttons, and the elevator began to rise higher and higher, taking them on a tour of the entire factory. The view from the elevator was breathtaking; Charlie had never seen anything like it before.
As they flew over the chocolate river, they saw the Oompa Loompas hard at work, stirring vats of chocolate and mixing ingredients for the next batch of sweets. The smell of chocolate was overwhelming, and Charlie could feel his mouth watering.
Next, they flew through the giant gumdrop forest, where they saw the gumdrop trees towering above them. The trees were covered in colorful gumdrops of all shapes and sizes. Charlie couldn’t resist grabbing a few from the lowest branches.
“Careful there, Charlie!” Willy Wonka warned. “Those gumdrops are not for the taking. They’re for the Oompa Loompas to use in their candy creations.”
Charlie quickly put the gumdrops back, feeling a little guilty for taking them without asking.
As the elevator flew higher, they passed through clouds of cotton candy and whipped cream, which tasted surprisingly real when Charlie licked his finger and tasted it. The clouds were fluffy and light, not like the cotton candy he had tasted at the fair.
Finally, the elevator reached the top of the factory, where they saw a beautiful garden filled with candy flowers and chocolate fountains. In the center of the garden was an enormous glass dome, which Willy Wonka explained was his special invention.
“This dome,” he said, “is filled with warm, sweet air that makes plants grow ten times faster than normal. It’s the secret to producing our exotic chocolate flavors.”
Charlie and Grandpa Joe couldn’t believe their eyes. The garden was magical, and the dome was the most impressive thing they had seen so far.
Willy Wonka turned to them with a mischievous glint in his eye. “I have a surprise for you two,” he said. “Hold on tight.”
With that, he pressed a button, and the elevator took off at incredible speed, flying straight through the glass dome and into the clouds above. Charlie and Grandpa Joe held on tightly, laughing with delight at the sudden rush of wind and the incredible view.
The elevator flew through the clouds, up higher and higher until they reached the edge of the atmosphere. There they saw the most beautiful sight: the curvature of the earth, the twinkling stars, and the infinite expanse of space.
Charlie gasped, his eyes wide with wonder. “Is this real?” he asked, hardly daring to believe what he was seeing.
“It’s as real as you want it to be,” Willy Wonka replied, smiling.
The elevator then began to descend, and they found themselves back in the factory, where Willy Wonka showed them his newest invention: a candy that could change colors and flavors depending on the person eating it.
Charlie was amazed by everything he had seen on the tour, but the ride in the great glass elevator had been the highlight. It was a thrilling experience he would never forget, and it made him realize that anything was possible in Willy Wonka’s magical chocolate factory.
Chapter 7: “The Ultimate Prize”
Charlie couldn’t believe his luck. He had won the ultimate prize – the chocolate factory and a lifetime supply of sweets. He was over the moon – it was a dream come true. He looked up at Willy Wonka, still in disbelief.
Willy Wonka smiled at Charlie, his eyes twinkling with happiness. “You are the perfect candidate, Charlie. You have shown throughout this tour that you possess the qualities needed to run this factory.”
Charlie was confused. “What qualities, Mister Wonka?”
Willy Wonka chuckled. “First and foremost, your love for all things sweet. You also have a kind heart, a curious mind, and most importantly, you have the ability to think outside the box.”
Charlie nodded, feeling a sense of pride wash over him. He had always loved candy, and he felt that he had a good head on his shoulders.
“I’m so grateful, Mister Wonka. Thank you for this amazing opportunity,” Charlie said, his voice full of emotion.
Willy Wonka placed a hand on Charlie’s shoulder. “Don’t thank me yet, Charlie. Running this factory is no easy feat, but I have faith in you.”
Charlie nodded, feeling both excited and nervous at the same time. He knew that he had big shoes to fill, and he was determined to make Willy Wonka proud.
As they walked out of the factory, Charlie was greeted by his family and the rest of the town. They all cheered as Willy Wonka announced Charlie as the new owner of the chocolate factory.
Charlie felt a lump form in his throat as he looked out at the crowd. He knew that he was about to embark on a new journey, one that would change his life forever.
Over the next few days, Charlie spent every waking moment learning the ins and outs of the factory. The Oompa Loompas were kind enough to show him around, and he was amazed by the sheer size and complexity of the operation.
As he walked through the factory, Charlie couldn’t help but feel a sense of wonder. He knew that he had a lot to learn, but he was determined to be the best owner that he could be.
Finally, the day arrived when Charlie was to take full control of the factory. Willy Wonka gave him a tour one last time, and then it was time for him to say goodbye.
“Goodbye, Willy Wonka. Thank you for everything,” Charlie said, his voice full of gratitude.
Willy Wonka smiled at Charlie. “It’s been a pleasure, my boy. I know that you will do great things with this factory.”
Charlie watched as Willy Wonka walked away, his heart full of both excitement and apprehension.
Over the next few months, Charlie worked tirelessly to improve the factory. He implemented new ideas, experimented with new flavors, and worked to make the factory more environmentally friendly.
He also made it a point to give back to the community. He donated sweets to orphanages, hosted free tours of the factory for underprivileged children, and even set up a scholarship program to help kids in the town pursue their dreams.
As time passed, Charlie became more skilled and confident in his role as the owner of the chocolate factory. He grew to love the factory and the people who worked there.
Years went by, and Charlie grew old. He had accomplished so much with the factory, and he knew that his time was coming to an end. He called his family and friends to the factory for one last tour.
As they walked through the factory, Charlie couldn’t help but feel a sense of pride. He had done everything that he could to make the factory the best that it could be.
Finally, they came to the end of the tour, where a huge surprise awaited Charlie. Willy Wonka was waiting for him, wearing his trademark top hat and tailcoat.
“Hello, Charlie. It’s been a long time,” Willy Wonka said with a smile.
Charlie was shocked. “Willy Wonka, what are you doing here?”
Willy Wonka chuckled. “I came to give you a gift, Charlie. I have been working on a new invention, and I want you to have it.”
Charlie was touched. “Thank you, Willy Wonka. What is it?”
Willy Wonka handed Charlie a small, golden box. “Open it and see for yourself.”
Charlie carefully opened the box, and his eyes widened in amazement. Inside was a small, round candy that glowed like a star.
“What is it?” Charlie asked, still in awe.
“It’s a Starburst,” Willy Wonka said with a grin. “It’s my latest invention. It’s a candy that glows in the dark and tastes like every flavor at once. And I want you to have it, Charlie.”
Charlie was honored. “Thank you, Willy Wonka. I’ll treasure it always.”
As they said their goodbyes, Charlie felt a sense of contentment. He knew that he had accomplished everything that he could with the factory, and that it would continue to thrive long after he was gone.
He looked out at the factory one last time, and smiled. It was the end of an era, but it was also a new beginning. And he couldn’t wait to see what the future held.
Some scenes from the movie Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory written by A.I.
EXT. SMALL TOWN – DAY
We see an aerial shot of the quaint little town, where the rooftops are made of red bricks, and the streets are lined with shops and cobblestones. We follow a group of children who are walking down the street, all holding candy bars.
INT. CHARLIE’S HOUSE – DAY
CHARLIE BUCKET (10) sits at a small dining table, holding a chocolate bar. His mother, MRS. BUCKET (35), looks on with a sad expression.
I’m sorry, Charlie. We just can’t afford to buy you any more chocolate bars.
(trying to hide his disappointment)
It’s okay, Mom. I understand.
(pats Charlie’s head)
Maybe someday we’ll be able to afford it.
Charlie looks out the window, watching the other children pass by with their candy bars.
I wish I could find that golden ticket. But what are the chances?
EXT. CANDY STORE – DAY
Charlie walks out of the store, holding a chocolate bar. He looks up at the sky, closes his eyes and takes a deep breath.
Please, let this be the one.
Suddenly, a gust of wind blows the golden ticket out of his hands and he loses sight of it.
The ticket flies across the street, and Charlie chases after it.
EXT. TOWN SQUARE – DAY
Charlie finally catches up with the ticket and picks it up from the ground, beaming with joy.
I did it! I finally did it!
Charlie jumps up and down with excitement, hugging the golden ticket tightly.
EXT. NEIGHBOURHOOD STREET – DAY
Charlie walks home from the candy store, his hopes of finding a golden ticket fading with each step. Suddenly, a gust of wind blows a newspaper into his face. As he removes it, he sees the headline: “Willy Wonka Announces Golden Ticket Contest.” Charlie’s eyes light up with hope.
INT. CHARLIE’S HOUSE – NIGHT
Charlie bursts through the door, waving the newspaper. His family gathers around him in excitement.
You’ve got to be the luckiest boy in the world, Charlie!
You’ll win that ticket, son. I just know it.
EXT. CANDY STORE – DAY
Charlie eagerly purchases another Wonka Bar, his heart racing with anticipation. He tears open the wrapper and…nothing.
No luck again.
As Charlie turns to leave, he bumps into a mysterious figure wearing a top hat.
Careful there, young man. You wouldn’t want to miss your chance at a golden ticket.
Charlie gasps, recognizing the man from the newspaper.
INT. WONKA FACTORY – DAY
Charlie and the other golden ticket winners are led through the factory by Willy Wonka himself. They marvel at the chocolate waterfall, the lickable wallpaper, and the infamous Oompa Loompas.
(to the children)
But beware, my dear children. Not everything in this factory is as sweet as it seems.
INT. CHOCOLATE ROOM – DAY
Charlie and the other children are left alone in the chocolate room. Suddenly, Violet Beauregarde picks up an experimental piece of gum and begins to chew.
(through a mouthful of gum)
Mmm, tastes like blueberries!
Suddenly, Violet begins to expand, turning into a giant blueberry.
Willy Wonka! She needs help!
INT. INVENTING ROOM – DAY
Willy Wonka and the Oompa Loompas hurriedly work to save Violet.
You are a smart and brave young man, Charlie. I have just the thing for you.
Willy Wonka hands Charlie a golden key.
WILLY WONKA (CONT’D)
This key will unlock a room that nobody else knows about. It is yours alone.
Charlie looks at the key in wonder.
Genre: Family, Adventure, Fantasy
Setting: The magical and mysterious chocolate factory of Willy Wonka
Main Characters: Charlie Bucket, Willy Wonka, Grandpa Joe, Oompa Loompas, Veruca Salt, Augustus Gloop, Violet Beauregarde, Mike Teavee.
Scene 3: “Meeting the Oompa Loompas”
INT. CHOCOLATE FACTORY – DAY
Charlie, Grandpa Joe, and the other children on the tour follow Willy Wonka into a large room filled with strange, tiny creatures. The five children look around in amazement while Charlie gazes at the Oompa Loompas with wonder.
WILLY WONKA (to the children)
Say hello to the Oompa Loompas, my dear friends who run the factory with me!
Hello, Oompa Loompas!
The Oompa Loompas sing and dance in perfect unison.
Oompa Loompa doompadee doo
We have a perfect puzzle for you
Oompa Loompa doompadee dee
If you are wise, you’ll listen to me
As the song ends, the Oompa Loompas bow and return to work.
They’re quite something, aren’t they?
I’ve never seen anyone like them.
Well, Charlie, that’s because they’re not from around here.
A group of Oompa Loompas approaches the children with trays of candy.
Try this, it’s a lolly that tastes like a three-course dinner!
A lolly that tastes like a dinner? That’s ridiculous.
The Oompa Loompa hands Veruca the lolly, and as she takes a bite, she is suddenly overwhelmed by the flavors of tomato soup, roast beef, and blueberry pie.
This is amazing!
I’m glad you like it. Now, let’s continue the tour.
The group follows Willy Wonka deeper into the factory as the Oompa Loompas wave goodbye.
Scene 4: “The Chocolate River”
INT. CHOCOLATE FACTORY – DAY
Charlie and the other children on the tour follow Willy Wonka as he leads them to the chocolate river. They are all amazed by the sight before them: a river of chocolate that flows through the factory.
Willy Wonka looks at the children with a twinkle in his eye.
Shall we take a dip in the river?
All the children cheer in excitement and eagerly jump into the chocolate river. They scoop up handfuls of the delicious liquid and eat it with delight.
I never imagined that chocolate could taste so delicious.
Suddenly, the river begins to bubble and churn, and the children start to panic.
Help! I’m sinking!
Augustus Gloop is sucked up a pipe, and the Oompa Loompas quickly come to the rescue with a hoist.
OOMPA LOOMPAS (singing)
Oompa Loompa, doompadee doo
We’ve got another puzzle for you
What do you get when you guzzle down sweets?
Eating as much as an elephant eats
As the Oompa Loompas sing and dance, Charlie watches in amusement. He can’t wait to explore the rest of the magical chocolate factory.
Well, Charlie, what do you think of the chocolate river?
It’s amazing, Mr. Wonka. I’ve never seen anything like it.
Just you wait, Charlie. There’s much more to come.
Charlie can’t wait to see what other wonders the factory has in store for him.
FADE TO BLACK.
INT. THE INVENTING ROOM – DAY
Willy Wonka leads the children into the Inventing Room, which is filled with bubbling cauldrons and strange contraptions.
Violet is excitedly exploring the room when she spots a small package on a nearby table.
Hey, what’s this?
She grabs the package and rips it open, revealing a piece of experimental gum.
Ah, yes. That’s my latest invention. Chew it and see what happens.
Violet pops the gum into her mouth and begins to chew. Suddenly, she starts to swell up like a balloon.
What’s happening? What did you do to me?
Willy Wonka rushes over to her, followed by the Oompa Loompas.
Don’t worry, my dear. It’s just a minor setback. We’ll have you back to normal in no time.
The Oompa Loompas begin to sing and dance as they work on a solution.
Oompa loompa doom-pa-dee-dee
If you’re not greedy, you’ll listen to me
Gum chewing’s fine when it’s once in a while
It stops you from smoking and brightens your smile
But it’s repulsive, revolting and wrong
Chewing and chewing all day long
The way that a cow does…
Willy Wonka interrupts them.
That’s enough, Oompa Loompas. We need to get Violet back to her normal size.
He turns to Charlie.
Charlie, can you help me with this?
Charlie nods and follows Willy Wonka to the nearby control panel.
Now, Charlie, listen carefully. You need to press this button, then pull that lever, and finally turn this knob.
Charlie watches carefully as Willy Wonka demonstrates the process.
Charlie nods and takes a deep breath before pressing the button. The room is filled with a blinding light as the machine whirrs to life.
After a few tense moments, Violet begins to shrink back to her normal size. She is relieved and grateful.
Thank you, Willy Wonka. I’ll never chew gum again.
Willy Wonka smiles and pats her on the back.
That’s the spirit, my dear. Now, let’s continue our tour. There’s still so much to see.
Scene 6: “The Great Glass Elevator”
INT. CHOCOLATE FACTORY – DAY
Charlie and his Grandpa Joe are inside the great glass elevator, soaring high above the chocolate factory. The elevator moves in every direction, allowing them to see every inch of the factory.
Grandpa Joe: “This is incredible! I’ve never seen anything like it.”
Charlie: “Me neither, Grandpa. It’s like we’re flying!”
They pass by different rooms in the factory, each one more magical than the last. They see the chocolate river, the candy garden, and even the room where the Oompa Loompas work.
Charlie: “Do you think Mr. Wonka will let us meet the Oompa Loompas?”
Grandpa Joe: “I don’t see why not. You won the golden ticket, after all!”
Suddenly, the elevator jolts to a stop in mid-air. Charlie and Grandpa Joe look at each other in panic.
Charlie: “What’s happening?”
Grandpa Joe: “I don’t know, Charlie. Let’s see if we can radio Mr. Wonka.”
Grandpa Joe operates the radio and tries to contact Willy Wonka.
Grandpa Joe: “Mr. Wonka, this is Grandpa Joe. We’re stuck in the elevator!”
Willy Wonka’s voice comes through the speakers, sounding somewhat amused.
Willy Wonka: “Stuck, you say? That’s no problem at all! I’ll have you out of there in a jiffy.”
Suddenly, the elevator starts to spin around at a dizzying speed. Charlie and Grandpa Joe hold onto each other for dear life as they spin faster and faster.
Charlie: “What’s happening now?”
Willy Wonka: “Just a little surprise, my dear boy! Hang on tight!”
The elevator suddenly slows down and comes to a stop. When the doors open, Charlie and Grandpa Joe find themselves in a room filled with all kinds of fantastical machines and gadgets.
Willy Wonka appears, smiling broadly.
Willy Wonka: “Welcome to my invention room, Charlie! You and your Grandpa Joe are the first outsiders to see it.”
Charlie and Grandpa Joe look around in amazement, taking in all of the incredible inventions before them.
Grandpa Joe: “This is truly remarkable, Mr. Wonka. I’ve never seen anything like it.”
Charlie: “Thank you so much for showing us, Mr. Wonka.”
Willy Wonka: “It’s my pleasure, Charlie. You and your Grandpa Joe are special. I think you’re going to do great things in the chocolate factory one day.”
Charlie and Grandpa Joe exchange a look of excitement and anticipation. Their adventure in the chocolate factory is just beginning.