(2005 film, 2005 stage musical Roald Dahl's Willy Wonka, 2010 opera).
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The following day is the factory visit; Charlie chooses to bring Grandpa Joe with him, since it will mean the most to the old man out of everyone in the family. The other four children have all brought their parents. Mr. Wonka comes out of the factory to greet them, and Charlie is amazed at the sight of him. He takes them into the factory to begin the tour.
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They start with the Chocolate Room, an enormous room containing a valley of edible grass and plants and a chocolate river. Churning up the river is a chocolate waterfall. In this room, the visitors see the factory workers for the first time. They are tiny people called , who Wonka smuggled from their dangerous home Loompaland in order to work in the factory.
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Charlie and Mike Teavee are the last ones left. Wonka takes them in a special glass elevator that can move sideways as well as up and down, and they head to the Television Chocolate room, where Wonka takes giant bars of chocolate and sends them by television so that they can be taken from the television screen on the other side. Mike decides that he will be the first person ever to be sent by television, and before Wonka can stop him he flips the switch to send himself, becoming tiny on the other side. The Oompa-Loompas take Mike and his parents to the taffy puller so Mike can be stretched out to normal size, and sing a song that recommends giving your children books instead of letting them watch television.
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Poor Charlie wants chocolates and sweets like most children. He wants to help out his family. Though he behaves well, that doesn't mean he's not going to get jealous and wish bad on others. He eats up his grandfather's stories with a spoon despite there is no real evidence that they ever actually happened. And in the imagination, especially that of a child, ANYTHING can happen.