Roald Dahl's much-loved story about how Charlie Bucket wins a ticket to visit Willy Wonka's amazing chocolate factory is turned into a play for children to act. With tips about scenery, props and lighting, the play is easy to stage and there are lots of parts for everyone. Roald Dahl, the best-loved of children's writers, died in 1990 but his books continue to be bestsellers. Richard George was an elementary school teacher in New York when he wrote this stage adaptation of Roald Dahl's bestselling story - and Roald Dahl himself recommended that it should be published.
Roald Dahl's Charlie and the Chocolate Factory in glorious full colour. Mr Willy Wonka is the most extraordinary chocolate maker in the world. And do you know who Charlie is? Charlie Bucket is the hero. The other children in this book are nasty little beasts, called: Augustus Gloop - a great big greedy nincompoop; Veruca Salt - a spoiled brat; Violet Beauregarde - a repulsive little gum-chewer; Mike Teavee - a boy who only watches television. Clutching their Golden Tickets, they arrive at Wonka's chocolate factory. But what mysterious secrets will they discover? Our tour is about to begin. Please don't wander off. Mr Wonka wouldn't like to lose any of you at this stage of the proceedings . . . Look out for new Roald Dahl apps in the App store and Google Play- including the disgusting TWIT OR MISS! inspired by the revolting Twits.
What did the reviewer think of the books Matilda and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, both written by Roald Dahl? What did the reviewer have to say about each book's movie adaptation? Will you then read the book and/or watch the movie? If so, will you agree or disagree with the reviewer's judgment? Read these reviews to find out.
Release on 2005-06-01 | by Ladybird Books Staff,Roald Dahl
Author: Ladybird Books Staff,Roald Dahl
Pubpsher: Ladybird Books
Category: Bucket, Charlie (Fictitious character)
An interactive 16 page sticker book with 8 pages of stickers full of fun activities featuring Charlie Bucket and Willy Wonka, as featured in Roald Dahl's famous novel and the July 2005 film directed by Tim Burton, starring Johnny Depp.
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator together in a single bumper volume with phizz-whizzing new Roald Dahl branding! In CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY, Mr Willy Wonka opened the gates of his amazing factory to Charlie Bucket, our hero, and four repulsive children. They are Augustus Gloop (greedy), Veruca Salt (spoiled), Violet Beauregard (gum-chewer) and Mike Teavee (TV addict). Next, in CHARLIE AND THE GREAT GLASS ELVEVATOR, Charlie and his family find themselves orbiting the Earth with Mr Willy Wonka. WHOOSH! So grab your gizzard! Hold your hats! Pay attention please. Mr Wonka wouldn't like to lose any of you at this stage of the proceedings . . . Listen to CHARLIE and other Roald Dahl audiobooks read by some very famous voices, including Kate Winslet, David Walliams and Steven Fry - plus there are added squelchy soundeffects from Pinewood Studios! Look out for new Roald Dahl apps in the App store and Google Play- including the disgusting TWIT OR MISS! inspired by the revolting Twits.
The Making of Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory
Author: Mel Stuart,Josh Young
Pubpsher: St. Martin's Press
Category: Performing Arts
The original movie of Roald Dahl's classic novel caught the imagination of millions with its wild colours and astonishing sets. With crazy pre-Spielbergian special effects and an epochal performance in Gene Wilder's now legendary Willy Wonka, it is also a landmark in the history of cinema with an iconic longevity matched only by The Wizard of Oz. Director Mel Stuart teams up with film writer Josh Young to take readers on a journey through the making of the movie. Features more than 100 lavish photographs of the production.
Release on 2012-11-12 | by Robert E Stevens,David L Loudon,Bruce Wrenn
Text and Cases
Author: Robert E Stevens,David L Loudon,Bruce Wrenn
Category: Business & Economics
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