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Charlie and the chocolate factory is a children's book written by British author Roald Dahl in 1964. Since the book has twice been transformed to movie form. The first in 1971. This one was named "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate factory". The second was release in 2005, with its original name.

Synopsis: Charlie Bucket is a poor boy living with his widowed mother and four bed-ridden grandparents in a tiny house. The family, along with the rest of the world, learns that the candy maker Willy Wonka has hidden five Golden Tickets amongst his Wonka Bars. The finders of these special tickets will be given a full tour of his tightly-guarded candy factory, as well as a lifetime supply of chocolate. Charlie wants to take part in the search, but cannot afford to buy vast quantities of chocolate like most other participants. Soon, four of the tickets are found. Charlie's hopes were crushed when news broke out that the final ticket had been found by a Paraguayan millionaire.

The Golden Ticket craze dies down, Charlie finds a silver coin in a gutter and uses it to buy a Wonka Bar. Simultaneously, word spreads that the ticket found by the millionaire was forged. When Charlie opens the bar, he finds the true final ticket inside, and races home to tell his family, but is stopped along the way by the same man who had been seen whispering to the other four winners.

An excited Grandpa Joe manages to get out of bed in order to serve as Charlie's tour chaperon. Charlie and the other four ticket holders are lead indoors by Mr. Wonka. Inside they see a wonderland world full of a chocolate river, edible mushrooms, candy canes, and the famous "Oompa-Loompas". These are the creatures that work at the factory,instead of humans. The question of how the chocolate is made, without employees, is answered. As the group moves from room to room, the children misbehave against Wonka's warnings, resulting in serious consequences. Charlie is the only child who does not misbehave throughout the factory tour. Seeing that he is the only one left at the end of the tour, Wonka announces that he has "won." He receives the entire factory and will take over the company after Wonka retires. This is apparently the reason that Mr.Wonka sent out the tickets. The story ends with Charlie, Grandpa Joe, and Mr. Wonka are looking over the city in Mr. Wonka's Glass elevator.

Each of the Movies have it's own twist on the book. However, the first movie seemed to follow the book more closely. The second, goes into Mr. Wonka's background.