Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory

00:00:17[Cheerful instrumental music]
00:02:23[Clock dinging]
00:02:54[Children screaming]
00:02:56All right, what's it going to be?
00:02:58A Triple Cream Cup for Christopher.
00:03:00A Squelchy Snorter for Otis.
00:03:03A Sizzler for June Marie. And listen.
00:03:06BILL: Wonka's got a new one today. CHILDREN: What is it?
00:03:09This is called a Scrumdiddleumptious Bar.
00:03:12Scrumdiddleumptious Bar? How does he do it?
00:03:15- My boy, do you ask a fish how it swims? - No.
00:03:18BILL: Or a bird how it flies?
00:03:19No sirree, you don't. They do it because they were born to do it.
00:03:22Just like Willy Wonka was born to be a candy man...
00:03:26and you look like you were born to be a Wonkerer.
00:03:29[Singing] Who can take the sunrise
00:03:32Sprinkle it with dew
00:03:36Cover it in chocolate and a miracle or two?
00:03:39The Candy Man.
00:03:43[Singing] The Candy Man can
00:03:46The Candy Man can 'Cause he mixes it with love
00:03:49And makes the world taste good
00:03:53Who can take a rainbow
00:03:57Wrap it in a sigh
00:04:00Soak it in the sun And make the strawberry-lemon pie?
00:04:04CHILDREN: The Candy Man? BILL: The Candy Man.
00:04:08The Candy Man can.
00:04:11[Singing] The Candy Man can 'Cause he mixes it with love
00:04:14And makes the world taste good
00:04:18Willy Wonka makes
00:04:19Everything he bakes
00:04:21Satisfying and delicious
00:04:25Talk about your childhood wishes
00:04:28You can even eat the dishes
00:04:35[Lively instrumental music]
00:04:42[Singing] Who can take tomorrow
00:04:44Dip it in a dream
00:04:47Separate the sorrow and collect up all the cream?
00:04:50BILL: The Candy Man CHILDREN: Willy Wonka can
00:04:54The Candy Man can
00:04:58The Candy Man can 'Cause he mixes it with love
00:05:02And makes the world taste good
00:05:07And the world tastes good
00:05:10'Cause the Candy Man thinks it should
00:05:35CHARLIE: Hi, Mr. Jopeck.
00:05:37MR. JOPECK: Come along, Charlie. You're late.
00:05:41CHARLIE: It's payday, Mr. Jopeck. MR. JOPECK: You're right.
00:05:45MR. JOPECK: There you are. CHARLIE: Thanks.
00:05:48Say hello to your Grandpa Joe.
00:05:49CHARLIE: Okay.
00:05:53[Fast-paced instrumental music]
00:06:06[Eerie instrumental music]
00:06:33THE TINKER: " Up the airy mountain
00:06:36" Down the rushing glen
00:06:38" We dare not go a-hunting
00:06:41" For fear of little men"
00:06:44You see, nobody ever goes in...
00:06:52and nobody ever comes out.
00:07:04Charlie's late.
00:07:06He works too hard for a little boy.
00:07:09GRANDPA: He should have some time to play.
00:07:11Not enough hours in the day.
00:07:13MRS. BUCKET: With the four of you bedridden for the past 20 years...
00:07:16it takes a lot of work to keep this family going.
00:07:19If only his father were alive.
00:07:21As soon as I get my strength back, I'll get out of this bed and help him.
00:07:25In all the years you've been saying you'll get out of that bed...
00:07:29I've yet to see you set foot on the floor.
00:07:33Maybe if the floor wasn't so cold...
00:07:37Hi, everybody.
00:07:39Wake up, Charlie's home.
00:07:43CHARLIE: Grandpa George.
00:07:46CHARLIE: Grandma Georgina.
00:07:48CHARLIE: Grandma Josephine.
00:07:51CHARLIE: Grandpa Joe.
00:07:55Is this your supper, Grandpa?
00:07:57It's yours, too, Charlie.
00:07:59I'm fed up with cabbage water. It's not enough.
00:08:02JOSEPHINE: It's all we have. GRANDPA: What are you saying?
00:08:06CHARLIE: How about this? MRS. BUCKET: Where did you get that?
00:08:09What difference does it make where he got it? Point is, he got it.
00:08:13- It's my first payday. - Good for you. We'll have a real banquet.
00:08:17CHARLIE: Mom, here's what's left. You keep it.
00:08:22Except for this.
00:08:24From now on, I'm going to pay for your tobacco.
00:08:28No one's going to pay for it. I'm giving it up.
00:08:32Come on, Dad, it's only one pipe a day.
00:08:34When a loaf of bread looks like a banquet, I've no right buying tobacco.
00:08:38Go on, Grandpa. Please take it.
00:08:49CHARLIE: After I finished my paper route, I was in front of Wonka's.
00:08:53There was this strange man there. I think he was a tinker.
00:08:58He was standing right behind me looking up at the factory.
00:09:01Just before he left, he said.:
00:09:04" Nobody ever goes in, and nobody ever comes out. "
00:09:07And right he was, Charlie.
00:09:09Not since the tragic day that Willy Wonka locked it.
00:09:12CHARLIE: Why did he lock it?
00:09:13Because all the other chocolate makers were sending in spies...
00:09:17dressed as workers to steal Mr. Wonka's secret recipes.
00:09:21Especially Slugworth. That Slugworth was the worst.
00:09:25Finally, Mr. Wonka shouted, " I shall be ruined! Close the factory. "
00:09:29And that's just what he did.
00:09:32He locked the gates and vanished completely.
00:09:36And then suddenly, about three years later...
00:09:39the most amazing thing happened.
00:09:42The factory started working again, full blast.
00:09:45And more delicious candies were coming out than ever before.
00:09:48But the gates stayed locked, so that no one...
00:09:51not even Mr. Slugworth, could steal them.
00:09:54But, Grandpa, someone must be helping Mr. Wonka work the factory.
00:09:59GRANDPA: Thousands must be helping him.
00:10:00But who? Who are they?
00:10:04That is the biggest mystery of them all.
00:10:09TURKENTINE: Charlie Bucket? CHARLIE: Yes, sir?
00:10:11TURKENTINE: I shall need an assistant. Come and give me a hand.
00:10:17We have here nitric acid, glycerin...
00:10:19and a special mixture of my own.
00:10:21Together, it's horrible, dangerous stuff. Blows you up.
00:10:24But mixed together right, as only I know how, what do you think it makes?
00:10:28CHARLIE: I don't know. TURKENTINE: Of course not...
00:10:30because only I know.
00:10:32If you knew, you'd be teaching me instead of me teaching you.
00:10:35And for a student to teach his teacher is presumptuous and rude. Is that clear?
00:10:40CHARLIE: Yes, sir. TURKENTINE: Good.
00:10:42Mixed together in the right way, these three highly dangerous ingredients...
00:10:46make the finest wart remover in the world.
00:10:49TURKENTINE: The trick is to pour them in in equal amounts.
00:10:52Charlie, you take the nitric acid and the glycerin...
00:10:55and I'll take my own special mixture. Are you ready?
00:10:58Good lad. Pour.
00:11:01[Students laughing and clapping]
00:11:02Did we do it wrong?
00:11:04TURKENTINE: No, certainly not. This is for very big warts.
00:11:08What on earth's going on out there?
00:11:10STUDENT 1: I hope there's still some left.
00:11:12Winkelmann, come here. What's happening?
00:11:15Willy Wonka's opening his factory.
00:11:16- He's gonna let people in. - Are you sure?
00:11:19It's on the radio. And he's giving chocolates away.
00:11:21Class dismissed.
00:11:22WINKELMANN: No, it's only for five people.
00:11:24Class un-dismissed.
00:11:26He's hidden five Golden Tickets. Whoever finds them wins the prize.
00:11:29- Where's he hidden them? - In five Wonka Bars.
00:11:33- You've gotta buy them to find them. - Class re-dismissed!
00:11:39STUDENT 2: I'm going to buy the whole store.
00:11:46NEWSCASTER: Now, details on the sudden announcement...
00:11:49that has captured the attention of the entire world.
00:11:51Hidden among the countless billions of Wonka Bars...
00:11:54are five Gold Tickets.
00:11:56And to the five people who find them will come the most fabulous prize:
00:12:01A lifetime supply of chocolate.
00:12:03As if this were not enough...
00:12:05each winner, before receiving his prize, will be personally escorted...
00:12:09They're all crazy.
00:12:11GRANDPA: The man's a genius. He'll sell a million bars.
00:12:15Grandpa, do you think I've got a chance to find one?
00:12:18One? I'm counting on you to find all five.
00:12:21One's enough for me.
00:12:23NEWSCASTER: We have reports coming in that the response is phenomenal.
00:12:26Wonka Bars are disappearing from candy store shelves...
00:12:29at a rate to boggle the mind.
00:12:31Truly, it is incredible...
00:12:33the way that Wonkamania has descended upon the globe.
00:12:36While the world searches, we watch and wait...
00:12:39wondering where the pursuit will lead...
00:12:41and how long the spirit of man will hold up under the strain.
00:12:45I'm still having these dreams, Doctor, and I still can't stop believing them.
00:12:49I've told you, Mr. Hoffstedder...
00:12:51to believe in one's dreams is a manifestation of insanity.
00:12:54The sooner you accept this, the sooner you'll get well.
00:12:58But I dreamed the archangel appeared and whispered into my ear...
00:13:01and told me where to find a Golden Wonka Ticket.
00:13:03What exactly did he say?
00:13:05What difference does that make? This was a dream, a fantasy.
00:13:08HOFFSTEDDER: You said- DOCTOR: Just tell me where the ticket is!
00:13:12We began with five Golden Tickets.
00:13:14Like five lucky bolts of lightning ready to strike at any point on the map.
00:13:19No one knew where or when the first one would hit.
00:13:22But as you all know, last night we got our answer.
00:13:25STANLEY: While we in America slept, the first Golden Ticket was found...
00:13:28in the small town of Duselheim, Germany.
00:13:31We've been waiting several hours for the follow-up story.
00:13:34We're finally ready with a live report.
00:13:36Proud we are, for the attention of the entire world...
00:13:39focuses today right here in Duselheim.
00:13:42A community suddenly thrust into prominence...
00:13:44by the unexpected discovery of the first Wonka Golden Ticket.
00:13:49Its lucky finder is the son of a most prominent butcher.
00:13:52The boy's name, Augustus Gloop.
00:13:56The pride of Duselheim, the fame of Western Germany.
00:14:00An example for the whole world.
00:14:03REPORTER 2: How do you feel to be the first Golden Ticket finder?
00:14:06AUGUSTUS: Hungry. REPORTER 2: Any other feelings?
00:14:08I feel sorry for Wonka. It's gonna cost him a fortune in fudge.
00:14:11REPORTER 1: Mr. Gloop, would you mind saying-
00:14:14REPORTER 2: Would you care to say a few words to the television audience?
00:14:18I just knew Augustus would find a Golden Ticket. Eating is his hobby.
00:14:22MRS. GLOOP: We encourage him.
00:14:23He wouldn't do it unless he needed the nourishment.
00:14:26[Suspenseful instrumental music]
00:14:29ALL: Happy birthday, Charlie!
00:14:32MRS. BUCKET: Here you are, Charlie. CHARLIE: Thank you.
00:14:42It's terrific.
00:14:43We each knitted a bit: Grandma Georgina, Grandma Josephine, and me.
00:14:47I did the end pieces with the little tassels.
00:14:50And here's a little gift from Grandpa George and me.
00:14:53I think I know what this is.
00:14:56- It is. A Wonka. - Open it. Let's see that Golden Ticket.
00:15:01- Wouldn't that be fantastic? - Don't raise his hopes.
00:15:04Never mind. Go on, open it. I want to see that gold.
00:15:07MRS. BUCKET: Stop it, Dad.
00:15:08I've got the same chance as anybody else.
00:15:10GRANDPA: You've got more...
00:15:12because you want it more.
00:15:13- Go on, open it. - Here goes.
00:15:19- I got it! - Where?
00:15:21Let's see!
00:15:23Fooled you, didn't I? You thought I really had it.
00:15:28Never mind, Charlie. You'll find one.
00:15:33- Here, everybody have a bite. - No.
00:15:47VERUCA: I wanted to be the first to find a Golden Ticket, Daddy.
00:15:50MR. SALT: I know, angel. We're doing the best we can.
00:15:54I've got every girl on the bleeding staff hunting for you.
00:15:57Then where is it? Why haven't they found it?
00:15:59MR. SALT: Veruca, sweetheart, I'm not a magician. Give me time!
00:16:04I want it now! What's the matter with those twerps?
00:16:08For five days now, the entire factory's been on the job!
00:16:11They haven't shelled a peanut in there since Monday!
00:16:14They've been shelling flaming chocolate bars from dawn to dusk!
00:16:18Make them work nights.
00:16:21MR. SALT: Come along, you girls!
00:16:23MR. SALT: Put a jerk in it, or you'll be out on your ears, all of you!
00:16:26And listen to this, the first girl that finds a Golden Ticket...
00:16:30gets a Ł1 bonus in their pay packet!
00:16:33What do you think of that?
00:16:35[Girls cheering]
00:16:36VERUCA: They're not even trying.
00:16:38They don't want to find it. They're jealous of me.
00:16:41Sweetheart, I can't push them no harder.
00:16:4319,000 bars an hour they're shelling.
00:16:46MR. SALT: 760,000 they've done so far. VERUCA: You promised, Daddy.
00:16:50You promised I'd have it the very first day!
00:16:53You're going to be very unpopular, Henry, if you don't deliver soon.
00:16:57It breaks my heart, Henrietta. I hate to see her unhappy.
00:17:00I won't talk to you ever again.
00:17:02You're a rotten, mean father! You never give me anything I want!
00:17:05- I won't go to school till I have it. - Veruca, sweetheart, angel.
00:17:10There are only four tickets left in the whole world...
00:17:13and the whole world's hunting for them! What can I do?
00:17:17I've got it, Mr. Salt! Here it is!
00:17:22VERUCA: About time, too! I want it!
00:17:25[Cheering]
00:17:30VERUCA: Give me that ticket! It's mine!
00:17:33I found a Golden Ticket!
00:17:36[Suspenseful instrumental music]
00:17:41Thank God.
00:17:44Happiness is what counts with children. Happiness and harmony.
00:17:49REPORTER: This is the sign of our times. The symbol of the havoc...
00:17:54the mad craze that's sweeping the world today.
00:17:56Whatever corner of the globe we are in, whichever continent we're on...
00:18:01the great search for Wonka Bars continues. We're nearing the end...
00:18:05of our 43rd day in the hunt for Golden Tickets.
00:18:08And everywhere, we're beginning to see signs of anxiety.
00:18:11Every hour on the hour...
00:18:13new shipments are being sent to points around the globe.
00:18:16But they're just not moving fast enough.
00:18:18As time passes, the men who seek them become more and more desperate.
00:18:23COMPUTER EXPERT: Gentlemen, I know how anxious you've been...
00:18:26during these last few days.
00:18:27But now I think I can safely say...
00:18:30that your time and money have been well-spent.
00:18:33We're about to witness the greatest miracle of the Machine Age.
00:18:37Based on the revolutionary law of probability...
00:18:40this machine will tell us the precise location...
00:18:43of the three remaining Golden Tickets.
00:18:56It says, " I won't tell. That would be cheating. "
00:19:06I am now telling the computer...
00:19:08that if it will tell me the correct answer, I will gladly share with it...
00:19:13the grand prize.
00:19:19He says:
00:19:20" What would a computer do with a lifetime supply of chocolate?"
00:19:25[Laughing sheepishly]
00:19:29I am now telling the computer exactly what he can do with the chocolate.
00:19:36TV ANNOUNCER: It can happen right here, too, unbelievable as it sounds...
00:19:40right here in America.
00:19:41Where even in the smallest town, the happiest of dreams can come true.
00:19:46Because, folks, here she is.:
00:19:48Miss Violet Beauregarde, finder of Golden Ticket number three.
00:19:52From Miles City, Montana.
00:19:54And with her, the proud parents.
00:19:55Mr. Beauregarde, a prominent local politician, a civic leader.
00:19:59Sam Beauregarde, '"Square Deal'" Sam to you...
00:20:01with today's great giveaway bargains.
00:20:03The finest values you'll get in the entire country.
00:20:06SAM: This number here- VIOLET: They don't want you!
00:20:08- Care to say a few words? - Sure I will.
00:20:10Here is Golden Ticket number three, and it's all mine.
00:20:13TV ANNOUNCER: Tell us how it happened.
00:20:14I'm a gum chewer, but when I heard about these tickets...
00:20:17I laid off gum and switched to candy bars instead.
00:20:20Now, of course, I'm right back on gum.
00:20:23I chew all day, except at meals, when I stick it behind my ear.
00:20:26MOTHER: Violet. VIOLET: Cool it, Mother.
00:20:28This is a piece of gum I've been chewing on for three months solid. A world record.
00:20:32It's beaten the record held by my best friend, Cornelia...
00:20:36and was she mad.
00:20:38Cornelia, how are you, sweetie?
00:20:40Let me just butt in to say if any of you folks watching...
00:20:43[Suspenseful instrumental music]
00:20:51[Doorbell rings]
00:20:53Charlie, what are you doing here?
00:20:55I thought if you were ready, I'd walk you home.
00:20:58I wish I were. Looks like I'm going to be here late tonight.
00:21:01CHARLIE: Then I guess I'll be going. MRS. BUCKET: Stay for a minute.
00:21:05Here. Pull up a pile of clothes and sit down.
00:21:11Everything all right at school?
00:21:13CHARLIE: Yep. MRS. BUCKET: Good.
00:21:16Go on your newspaper route today?
00:21:18CHARLIE: Just finished. MRS. BUCKET: Good.
00:21:23I wanted to tell you something.
00:21:28CHARLIE: They found the third ticket today. MRS. BUCKET: Did they?
00:21:34I guess I'll be going now.
00:21:38Is that all?
00:21:40I thought you'd like to know.
00:21:42Most people are pretty interested. I know I'm interested.
00:21:46There are only two tickets left, you know. Just two.
00:21:49CHARLIE: Pretty soon, just one.
00:21:51I wonder who the lucky ones will be.
00:21:53In case you're wondering, it won't be me.
00:21:56Just in case you're wondering, you can count me out.
00:22:00There are 100 billion people in this world...
00:22:02and only five will find Golden Tickets.
00:22:05Even if you had a sackful of money, you probably wouldn't find one.
00:22:09After this is over, you'll be no different from billions of others who didn't find one.
00:22:14But I am different. I want it more than any of them.
00:22:18You'll get your chance. One day things will change.
00:22:21When? When will they change?
00:22:24Probably when you least expect it.
00:22:29See you later.
00:22:38[Melancholic instrumental music]
00:22:44[Singing] You get blue like everyone
00:22:49But me and Grandpa Joe
00:22:53Can make your troubles go away
00:22:57Blow away
00:23:00There they go
00:23:05Cheer up, Charlie
00:23:09Give me a smile
00:23:12What happened to that smile I used to know?
00:23:18Don't you know your grin
00:23:21Has always been my sunshine
00:23:25Let that sunshine show
00:23:31Come on, Charlie
00:23:35No need to frown
00:23:38Deep down you know
00:23:40The world is still your toy
00:23:45When the world gets heavy
00:23:48Never pit-a-pat 'em
00:23:52Up and at 'em, boy
00:23:58Someday, sweet as a song
00:24:03Charlie's lucky day will come along
00:24:10Till that day You've got to stay strong, Charlie
00:24:17Up on top is right where you belong
00:24:24Look up, Charlie
00:24:28You'll see a star
00:24:31Just follow it And keep your dream in view
00:24:38Pretty soon the sky is gonna clear up, Charlie
00:24:45Cheer up, Charlie, do
00:24:52Cheer up, Charlie
00:24:57Just be glad you're you
00:25:09[Gunshots on TV]
00:25:10NEWSCASTER: While the rest of the world searches...
00:25:12here in the Southwest, it has actually happened.
00:25:14That's what I said. There's only one Golden Ticket left in the entire world.
00:25:18Because right here, in our own community of Marble Falls, Arizona...
00:25:22is lucky winner number four.
00:25:24The name soon to be heard around the universe is Mr. Mike Teevee.
00:25:28Can we shut that thing off?
00:25:30Are you crazy?
00:25:31MRS. TEEVEE: He'll answer during the break.
00:25:33NEWSCASTER: The country wants to hear from you.
00:25:35Can't you shut up? I'm busy.
00:25:37What a great show.
00:25:39I serve all his TV dinners right here. He's never even been to the table.
00:25:43- You love to watch TV? - You bet.
00:25:44- What about that Golden Ticket- - Hold it. I want to catch this.
00:25:48REPORTER 1: Like the killings?
00:25:49What do you think life's all about?
00:25:51REPORTER 2: Mike, would you tell us if-
00:25:54Wait till I get a real one. Colt.45.
00:25:57- Pop won't let me have one yet, will you? - Not till you're 12, Son.
00:26:04[Suspenseful instrumental music]
00:26:08Four down, one to go.
00:26:10And somewhere out there, another lucky person is moving closer...
00:26:15to finding the last of the most sought-after prizes in history.
00:26:20Though we cannot help but envy him, whoever he is...
00:26:23and we might be tempted to be bitter at our losing...
00:26:26we must remember there are many more important things.
00:26:29Many more important things.
00:26:32Offhand, I can't think of what they are, but I'm sure there must be something.
00:26:36Now for tomorrow's weather and...
00:26:40CHARLIE: Why did you wake me up, Grandpa? Is something wrong?
00:26:49Grandpa, that money was for tobacco.
00:26:52I told you, I've given it up. Go on, open it.
00:26:55- One ticket left. Let's see that gold. - No, you do it. I can't.
00:27:01Something tells me we're going to be lucky this time.
00:27:04I've got a funny feeling inside.
00:27:08Which end shall I open first?
00:27:11That end. Just a tiny bit.
00:27:15- Like this? - Now a bit more.
00:27:19- You finish it. I can't. - No, Grandpa. You do it.
00:27:22All right. Here goes.
00:27:32You know...
00:27:34I bet those Golden Tickets make the chocolate taste terrible.
00:27:44[People chattering]
00:27:49AUCTIONEER: Lot 403.
00:27:51I can personally guarantee, ladies and gentlemen...
00:27:53that this is the one and only, the absolutely last case of Wonka Bars...
00:27:57left in the United Kingdom.
00:27:59Shall we start the bidding at Ł1,000? Do I hear Ł1,000?
00:28:03Ł1,500. Ł2,000. I have Ł2,500 here.
00:28:08Ł4,000. Ł4,500. Ł5,000...
00:28:13Your Majesty.
00:28:18DETECTIVE: I'm sorry, Mrs. Curtis.
00:28:20There's nothing in these papers to give us a clue.
00:28:22They kidnapped my husband 12 hours ago.
00:28:25When will we hear from them? What do they want?
00:28:27Try to stay calm. They did it for ransom. We must wait to hear their demands.
00:28:31I'll give them anything they want.
00:28:33All I want is to have Harold back.
00:28:36[Phone ringing]
00:28:41DETECTIVE: Go ahead, we're listening.
00:28:48What did they asked for? Whatever it is, they can have it.
00:28:51They want your case of Wonka Bars.
00:28:59Did you hear me?
00:29:01It's your husband's life or your case of Wonka Bars.
00:29:06How long will they give me to think it over?
00:29:10That's it, it's all over. The Wonka contest is all over.
00:29:13The fifth and final ticket has been found.
00:29:16We've got a live report coming in directly from Paraguay, South America.
00:29:20Ladies and gentlemen, it is finished. The end has come.
00:29:23The fifth and last Golden Ticket has just been found...
00:29:26right here in Paraguay.
00:29:27The finder is lucky Alberto Minoleta...
00:29:31the multimillionaire owner of gambling casinos throughout South America.
00:29:35Here is the most recent picture available of the happy finder.
00:29:38- The man who has finally... - Turn it off.
00:29:42Well, that's that.
00:29:44- No more Golden Tickets. - A lot of rubbish, the whole thing.
00:29:48Not to Charlie, it wasn't.
00:29:50A little boy needs something to hope for. What's he got to hope for now?
00:29:55GEORGINA: Who's going to tell him?
00:29:57MRS. BUCKET: Let's not wake him. He'll find out soon enough.
00:30:00GRANDPA: Yeah, let him sleep. Let him have one last dream.
00:30:06[Slow instrumental music]
00:30:10[Turkentine clearing throat]
00:30:12I've just decided to switch our Friday's schedule to Monday.
00:30:15Which means Friday's test on what we learned during the week...
00:30:19will now take place on Monday before we've learned it.
00:30:22Since today's Tuesday, it doesn't matter in the slightest.
00:30:24TURKENTINE: Pencils ready.
00:30:28Today we are going to learn about...
00:30:32percentages.
00:30:33For example, let's take the recent unpleasantness.
00:30:37Supposing that there were 1,000 Wonka Bars in the world...
00:30:40and during the contest you each opened a certain number of them.
00:30:44That number is...
00:30:47a percent. Everyone understand?
00:30:49[Students moaning]
00:30:51Madeline Durkin, how many Wonka Bars did you open?
00:30:54About 100.
00:30:55There are ten 100s in 1,000. Therefore, you opened 10%.
00:31:01Peter Goff, how many did you open?
00:31:03One hundred and fifty.
00:31:05That's 10% half over again, which makes 15%.
00:31:09- Charlie Bucket, how many did you open? - Two.
00:31:12- That's easy. 200 is twice- - Not 200.
00:31:17Just two.
00:31:19Two? What do you mean, you only opened two?
00:31:22I don't care very much for chocolate.
00:31:24I can't figure out just two. So let's pretend you opened 200.
00:31:29If you opened 200 Wonka Bars, apart from being dreadfully sick...
00:31:33you'd have used up 20% of 1,000...
00:31:35which is 15% half over again, 10%...
00:31:55[Mysterious instrumental music]
00:32:06[Cheerful instrumental music]
00:32:25[Charlie clearing throat]
00:32:28CHARLIE: I'd like a bar of chocolate, please. BILL: Sure.
00:32:31What kind?
00:32:32A Slugworth Sizzler? A Wonka Scrumdiddleumptious?
00:32:36- Whichever is biggest. - Try the Wonka Scrumdiddleumptious.
00:32:39Now that the tickets have been found, I don't have to hide them anymore.
00:32:47[Bill clearing throat]
00:32:56Take it easy.
00:32:57You'll get a stomachache if you swallow it like that.
00:33:00- Bye. - Bye, now.
00:33:10I think I'll buy just one more, for my Grandpa Joe.
00:33:13Sure.
00:33:15Why not try a regular Wonka Bar this time?
00:33:18CHARLIE: Fine.
00:33:23[People talking excitedly]
00:33:27MR. JOPECK: Hear about the scandal. MAN 1: Give me a newspaper.
00:33:30MR. JOPECK: All right.
00:33:32MR. JOPECK: Take it easy. One at a time. MAN 2: Did you hear the news?
00:33:35MAN 3: That gambler from Paraguay made a phony ticket.
00:33:38MAN 2: That means there's one Golden Ticket still floating around.
00:33:41MAN 3: Can you imagine the nerve of that guy? Trying to fool the whole world.
00:33:45MAN 2: He really was a crook. This means the contest goes on forever.
00:34:02[Suspenseful instrumental music]
00:34:23[Triumphant instrumental music]
00:34:32You've got it! You've got the last Golden Ticket!
00:34:35The kid's found the last Golden Ticket!
00:34:39MAN 4: It really is gold.
00:34:41MR. JOPECK: Stand back. Leave him alone. WOMAN: Let me see.
00:34:44MR. JOPECK: You'll kill him. Leave him alone.
00:34:46MR. JOPECK: Break it up! MAN 5: Show it over here.
00:34:48MR. JOPECK: Come on, Charlie. Hold on to the ticket.
00:34:51MR. JOPECK: Run for it! Run straight home, and don't stop till you get there!
00:34:56[Fast-paced instrumental music]
00:35:25[Ominous instrumental music]
00:35:27I congratulate you, little boy. Well done.
00:35:31You've found the fifth Golden Ticket.
00:35:34May I introduce myself? Arthur Slugworth.
00:35:37President of Slugworth Chocolates, Inc.
00:35:41Listen carefully, because I'm going to make you very rich.
00:35:45Mr. Wonka is at this moment working on a fantastic invention.
00:35:49The Everlasting Gobstopper.
00:35:52If he succeeds, he'll ruin me.
00:35:54So I want you to get hold of just one Everlasting Gobstopper...
00:35:58and bring it to me so that I can find the secret formula.
00:36:01Your reward will be 10,000 of these.
00:36:05Think it over, will you? A new house for your family...
00:36:09and good food and comfort for the rest of their lives.
00:36:13And don't forget the name:
00:36:15Everlasting Gobstopper.
00:36:27[Cheerful instrumental music]
00:36:47Look, everybody! I've got it! The fifth Golden Ticket is mine!
00:36:51You're pulling our legs, Charlie. There aren't any more Golden Tickets.
00:36:56No, Grandpa, the last one was a fake. It said so in the papers.
00:36:59I found some money, bought a Wonka Bar, and the ticket was in it!
00:37:03Look at it. See for yourself.
00:37:06Read it, Joe, for heaven's sake.
00:37:09" Greetings to you, the lucky finder of this Golden Ticket...
00:37:13" from Mr. Willy Wonka. Present this ticket at the factory gates...
00:37:17" at 10:00 in the morning on October 1, and do not be late.
00:37:22" You may bring with you one member of your own family, but no one else.
00:37:27" In your wildest dreams, you could not imagine...
00:37:30" the marvelous surprises that await you. "
00:37:33GRANDPA: Charlie, you've done it! MRS. BUCKET: I can't believe it.
00:37:37It says I can take somebody with me. I wish you could go.
00:37:59[Grandpa groans]
00:38:00That's good, Charlie. Now help me up.
00:38:17CHARLIE: Are you okay? GRANDPA: I'm fine, Charlie.
00:38:25[Charlie exclaiming]
00:38:27MRS. BUCKET: Easy, Dad. JOSEPHINE: Joe!
00:38:30JOSEPHINE: Watch it, Joe.
00:38:41Look at me.
00:38:45Look at me!
00:38:48Up and about.
00:38:51I haven't done this in 20 years.
00:38:56Grandpa.
00:39:01[Singing] I never thought my life could be
00:39:06Anything but catastrophe
00:39:11But suddenly I begin to see
00:39:15A bit of good luck for me
00:39:20'Cause I've got a Golden Ticket
00:39:26I've got a golden twinkle in my eye
00:39:36I never had a chance to shine
00:39:39Never a happy song to sing
00:39:41But suddenly half the world is mine
00:39:44What an amazing thing!
00:39:45'Cause I've got a Golden Ticket
00:39:47It's ours, Charlie.
00:39:49[Singing] I've got a golden sun up in the sky
00:39:53Slippers, Charlie.
00:39:55[Lively instrumental music]
00:39:57[Singing] I never thought I'd see the day When I would face the world and say
00:40:01GRANDPA AND CHARLIE: '"Good morning, look at the sun '"
00:40:05GRANDPA: I never thought that I would be Slap in the lap of luxury
00:40:08Because I'd have said.:
00:40:10CHARLIE: '"It couldn't be done'"
00:40:12GRANDPA: But it can be done
00:40:15The cane, Charlie.
00:40:20[Grandpa laughing]
00:40:22GRANDPA: Here I go.
00:40:24[Laughing] Watch my speed.
00:40:32[Grandpa singing]
00:40:33I never dreamed that I would climb Over the moon in ecstasy
00:40:37But nevertheless it's there That I'm shortly about to be
00:40:40GRANDPA AND CHARLIE: 'Cause I've got a Golden Ticket
00:40:44I've got a golden chance to make my way
00:40:48And with a Golden Ticket, it's a golden day
00:40:56[Lively instrumental music continues]
00:41:09Good morning! Look at the sun!
00:41:17GRANDPA AND CHARLIE: [Singing] Because I'd have said it couldn't be done
00:41:21But it can be done
00:41:24I never dreamed that I would climb Over the moon in ecstasy
00:41:28But nevertheless it's there That I'm shortly about to be
00:41:32'Cause I've got a Golden Ticket
00:41:35GRANDPA AND CHARLIE: I've got a Golden Ticket
00:41:37I've got a golden chance to make my way
00:41:41And with a Golden Ticket it's a golden day
00:41:50Stop! It says October 1. That's tomorrow.
00:41:53We've got a lot to do. Comb your hair, wash your face, polish your shoes-
00:41:58MRS. BUCKET: I'll take care of everything.
00:42:00We don't have time.
00:42:01Grandpa, on the way home today, I ran into Mr. Slugworth.
00:42:07[Marching band instrumental music playing]
00:42:30Hey, Mom, we're on TV.
00:42:32Hi, everybody in Marble Falls!
00:42:34Hi, Billy. Hi, Maggie. Hi, Fishface. How do I look?
00:42:38ANNOUNCER: You guys ready? MAN: You're on.
00:42:39This is the big day, folks.
00:42:41The day Willy Wonka will open his gates and shower gifts on the five lucky winners.
00:42:46From everywhere, people have gathered waiting for the hour to strike...
00:42:50waiting to catch a glimpse of that legendary magician, Willy Wonka.
00:42:56Hi, Sam Beauregarde here. Don't forget to visit Beauregarde's Auto Mart-
00:42:59Cut it out, Dad! For heaven's sake, this is my show.
00:43:02Hi, Cornelia, sweetie. I've still got it. How's this for a stretch?
00:43:11[People chattering]
00:43:19- I want to go in first before anybody else. - Anything you say, sweetheart.
00:43:27Save some room for later, Augustus, Liebling.
00:43:33[Whispering] Grandpa, I don't believe it. We did it. We're actually going in.
00:43:37We're going to see the greatest of them all, Mr. Willy Wonka.
00:43:41[Clock dinging]
00:44:08[People cheering and applauding]
00:45:17[People cheering]
00:45:22WONKA: Thank you.
00:45:28Welcome, my friends. Welcome to my chocolate factory.
00:45:32Would you come forward, please?
00:45:35Get back, you. Come on, Veruca, sweetheart.
00:45:39[Cheering]
00:45:43[Whispering] That's Slugworth, the man I told you about.
00:45:50WONKA: Welcome. It's nice to have you here.
00:45:53I'm so glad you could come.
00:45:55This is going to be such an exciting day. I hope you enjoy it.
00:45:59I think you will.
00:46:01And now would you please show me your Golden Tickets?
00:46:04I'm Veruca Salt.
00:46:06My dear Veruca, what a pleasure.
00:46:08- You look pretty in that lovely mink coat. - I've got three others at home.
00:46:12Mr. Salt, overjoyed to see you, sir. Would you just step over there?
00:46:17- Augustus Gloop. - Augustus, my dear boy.
00:46:20How good to see you, and in such fine shape.
00:46:23This must be the radiant Mrs. Gloop. Just over there, dear lady.
00:46:27Violet Beauregarde.
00:46:28WONKA: Darling child. Welcome to Wonka's.
00:46:30VIOLET: What kind of gum you got here? WONKA: Charming.
00:46:34- Sam Beauregarde here. - My dear sir, what a genuine pleasure.
00:46:37Any automotive needs, call on Sam. Phone number's on the card.
00:46:40" With Sam B., it's a guarantee. "
00:46:44I'm Mike Teevee.
00:46:45MIKE: Wham, you're dead! WONKA: Wonderful to meet you, Mike.
00:46:49WONKA: Mrs. Teevee, how do you do?
00:46:50- What an adorable boy you have. - Thank you.
00:46:53- Just over there. - Charlie Bucket.
00:46:55WONKA: I read about you in the papers. I'm happy for you. Who's this?
00:47:00CHARLIE: My grandfather, Grandpa Joe. WONKA: Delighted to meet you.
00:47:03Overjoyed. Enraptured. Entranced.
00:47:05Are we ready? Yes. Good. In we go.
00:47:08[Marching band instrumental music resumes playing]
00:47:43Hats, coats, galoshes over here.
00:47:46But hurry, please. We have so much time and so little to see.
00:47:49Wait a minute. Strike that.
00:47:51Reverse it. Thank you.
00:47:55VIOLET: When do I get my chocolate? SAM: First take off your coat, Violet.
00:47:59MIKE: Boy, what weird-looking coat hangers.
00:48:02[Violet and Mike scream]
00:48:03Little surprises around every corner, but nothing dangerous. Don't be alarmed.
00:48:08As soon as your outer vestments are in hand, we'll begin.
00:48:13Now, will the children kindly step up here.
00:48:28VIOLET: Accidents? What kind of accidents?
00:48:30MRS. TEEVEE: I didn't know we had to sign for this tour.
00:48:33VIOLET: I can't see what it says in the bottom.
00:48:35Violet, you first.
00:48:37WONKA: Sign here. SAM: Hold it.
00:48:39SAM: Let me through. Violet, don't sign anything.
00:48:42- What's this all about? - Standard formal contract.
00:48:45Don't talk to me about contracts, I use them myself. They're for suckers.
00:48:49You wouldn't begrudge me a little protection? A drop?
00:48:52I don't sign anything without my lawyer.
00:48:54MR. SALT: Veruca don't sign anything, either.
00:48:56Then she don't go in.
00:48:57I'm sorry. Rules of the house.
00:48:59I want to go in. Don't you dare stop me.
00:49:01MR. SALT: I'm only trying to help you.
00:49:03Give me that pen. You're always making things difficult.
00:49:08Nicely handled, Veruca. She's a girl who knows where she's going.
00:49:13What's all that small print at the bottom?
00:49:15If you have any problems, dial information. Thank you for calling.
00:49:22MRS. TEEVEE: I assume there's an accident indemnity clause?
00:49:25Never between friends.
00:49:26Saw this in a movie once. A guy signed his wife's insurance policy.
00:49:30- Then he bumped her off. - Clever.
00:49:32- What about me, Grandpa? - Sign away. We've got nothing to lose.
00:49:35VERUCA: Let's go in. Come on.
00:49:37Patience, little dear. Everything has to be in order.
00:49:41Everyone signed? Yes?
00:49:43Good. On we go.
00:49:54WONKA: Ninety-nine...
00:49:56forty-four...
00:49:57100% pure.
00:50:01Just through the other door, please.
00:50:06MR. SALT: There's some mistake here. MIKE: There is no other door.
00:50:10- There's no way out. - I know there's a door here someplace.
00:50:14SAM: I don't like this, Wonka. MR. SALT: Is this a trick or something?
00:50:18Mr. Wonka, help! I'm getting squashed. Save me.
00:50:22Is it my soul that calls upon my name?
00:50:24Let me out or I'll scream!
00:50:26- Somebody's touching me. - Now look here, Wonka!
00:50:29Excuse me, questions will come at the end of the session. We must press on. Come along.
00:50:35WONKA: Here we are. SAM: Ugh, don't be a damn fool. Wonka!
00:50:37That's the way we came in.
00:50:38It is? Are you sure?
00:50:41We've just come through there.
00:50:43How do you like that?
00:50:46WONKA: There we are. MR. SALT: What is this, Wonka?
00:50:48- Some kind of funhouse? - Why? Having fun?
00:50:51MRS. TEEVEE: I'm had enough! I'm not going in there. MR. BEAUREGARDE: Come on, Violet, we're getting out of here.
00:50:55You can't get out backwards. You got to go forwards to go back.
00:50:59Better press on.
00:51:01MIKE: The room is getting smaller. MRS. TEEVEE: No, it's not.
00:51:04MRS. TEEVEE: He's getting bigger. MR. SALT: He's at it again.
00:51:07VIOLET: Where's the chocolate? SAM: I doubt if there is any.
00:51:10I doubt if any of us will get out of here alive.
00:51:12Oh, you should never never doubt what nobody is sure about.
00:51:15You're not squeezing me through that tiny door.
00:51:17You're off your nut. No one can get through there.
00:51:20My dear friends, you are now about to enter the nerve center...
00:51:24to the entire Wonka factory.
00:51:28Inside this room, all of my dreams become realities.
00:51:32And some of my realities become dreams.
00:51:34And almost everything you'll see is eatable, edible.
00:51:38I mean, you can eat almost everything.
00:51:40Let me in, I'm starving.
00:51:42Don't get overexcited. Don't lose your head, Augustus.
00:51:45We wouldn't want anyone to lose that.
00:51:49Yet.
00:51:51WONKA: Now, the combination.
00:51:53This is a musical lock.
00:51:55[Lively piano music playing]
00:51:57Rachmaninoff.
00:51:59WONKA: Ladies and gentlemen...
00:52:01boys and girls...
00:52:04the Chocolate Room.
00:52:06[Suspenseful instrumental music]
00:52:43WONKA: Hold your breath. Make a wish.
00:52:46Count to three.
00:52:48[Singing] Come with me and you'll be
00:52:52In a world of pure imagination
00:52:56Take a look
00:52:58And you'll see into your imagination
00:53:09We'll begin with a spin
00:53:14Traveling in the world of my creation
00:53:18What we'll see will defy
00:53:23Explanation
00:53:27[Slow instrumental music]
00:53:35[Singing] If you want to view paradise
00:53:39Simply look around and view it
00:53:44Anything you want to, do it
00:53:48Want to change the world
00:53:51There's nothing to it
00:54:02SAM: Hurry up, Violet. CHARLIE: This way, Grandpa.
00:54:12[Singing] There is no life i know
00:54:15To compare with pure imagination
00:54:18Living there you'll be free
00:54:21If you truly wish to be
00:55:06If you want to view paradise
00:55:10Simply look around and view it
00:55:14Anything you want to, do it
00:55:18Want to change the world
00:55:21There's nothing to it
00:55:37There is no life I know
00:55:42To compare with pure imagination
00:55:48Living there you'll be free
00:55:55If you truly
00:56:00Wish to be
00:56:16MRS. GLOOP: What a disgusting, dirty river.
00:56:18It's industrial waste.
00:56:20You've ruined your watershed, Wonka. It's polluted.
00:56:22- It's chocolate. - That's chocolate?
00:56:25That's chocolate.
00:56:26A chocolate river.
00:56:28GRANDPA: That's the most fantastic thing I've ever seen.
00:56:30WONKA: 10,000 gallons an hour.
00:56:32And look at my waterfall. That's the most important thing.
00:56:37It's mixing my chocolate. It's actually churning my chocolate.
00:56:41No other factory in the world mixes its chocolate by waterfall.
00:56:45But it's the only way if you want it just right.
00:56:49Grandpa, look over there across the river. They're little men.
00:56:53GRANDPA: Jumping crocodiles, Charlie!
00:56:55Now we know who makes the chocolates.
00:56:57MR. SALT: I never saw anybody with an orange face before.
00:57:01MR. SALT: Aren't they funny-looking? MRS. TEEVEE: What are they doing there?
00:57:05WONKA: Creaming and sugaring time.
00:57:07VIOLET: They can't be real people. WONKA: Of course they are.
00:57:10MR. SALT: Stuff and nonsense!
00:57:11No, Oompa Loompas.
00:57:14- From Loompaland. - Loompaland? There's no such place.
00:57:17- Excuse me, dear lady- - I am a geography teacher.
00:57:21Then you know all about it and what a terrible country it is.
00:57:24Nothing but desolate wastes and fierce beasts.
00:57:27The poor little Oompa Loompas were so small and helpless...
00:57:31they would get gobbled up right and left.
00:57:33A Wangdoodle would eat 10 of them for breakfast and think nothing of it.
00:57:37And so I said:
00:57:39" Come and live with me in peace and safety...
00:57:42" away from all the Wangdoodles and Hornswogglers...
00:57:45" and Snozzwangers and rotten Vermicious Knids. "
00:57:48Snozzwangers? Vermicious Knids? What kind of rubbish is that?
00:57:52I'm sorry, but all questions must be submitted in writing.
00:57:55So, in the greatest of secrecy...
00:57:58I transported the entire population of Oompa Loompas to my factory.
00:58:01I want an Oompa Loompa. I want you to get me one right away.
00:58:05All right, I'll get you one before the day's out.
00:58:08I want an Oompa Loompa now.
00:58:11VIOLET: Can it, you nit!
00:58:13AUGUSTUS: This stuff is terrific.
00:58:15CHARLIE: Look at Augustus. GRANDPA: Don't worry, he can't drink it all.
00:58:19Augustus, sweetheart, save some room for later.
00:58:23Please don't do that. My chocolate must never be touched by human hands.
00:58:27Don't do that! You're contaminating my entire river.
00:58:30Please, I beg you! Augustus!
00:58:33[Exclaiming]
00:58:34WONKA: My chocolate! AUGUSTUS: Help!
00:58:37My chocolate. My beautiful chocolate.
00:58:41MRS. GLOOP: Don't just stand there. Do something!
00:58:44Help. Police. Murder.
00:58:46GRANDPA: Quick, Charlie. Here. CHARLIE: Quick, Augustus, grab this.
00:58:50MRS. TEEVEE: What's happening to him?
00:58:51MR. SALT: He's drowning. MRS. GLOOP: Dive in. Save him!
00:58:54It's too late.
00:58:55- Too late? - He's had it now. The suction's got him.
00:58:58MRS. GLOOP: Augustus, come back!
00:58:59- Where is he? - Watch the pipe.
00:59:03VERUCA: How long is he going to stay down, Daddy?
00:59:05MRS. GLOOP: He can't swim. WONKA: There's no better time to learn.
00:59:08MIKE: His coat's going up the pipe. SAM: Call a plumber.
00:59:11MR. SALT: He's stuck in the pipe, isn't he?
00:59:13- It's his stomach that's done that. - Help!
00:59:16VIOLET: He's blocking the chocolate. GRANDPA: What happens now?
00:59:19The pressure will get him out. It's building up behind the blockage.
00:59:23MR. SALT: How long is it going to take to push through?
00:59:26The suspense is terrible. I hope it'll last.
00:59:30MR. SALT: Go on, boy.
00:59:33CHARLIE: He'll never get out. GRANDPA: Yes, he will. Watch.
00:59:36Remember you once asked me how a bullet comes out of a gun?
00:59:40He'll be made into marshmallows in five seconds.
00:59:43- Impossible. That's absurd, unthinkable. - Why?
00:59:47Because that pipe goes to the Fudge Room.
00:59:49MRS. GLOOP: You terrible man.
00:59:53Take Mrs. Gloop to the Fudge Room, but look sharp...
00:59:56or her little boy will get poured into the boiler.
00:59:58You boiled him up, I know it.
01:00:00Nil desperandum, dear lady. Across the desert lies the Promised Land.
01:00:04WONKA: Goodbye, Mrs. Gloop.
01:00:06WONKA: Adieu. Auf Wiedersehen. Gesundheit. Farewell.
01:00:11[Singing] Oompa Loompa Doompadee Do
01:00:14I've got a perfect puzzle for you
01:00:18Oompa Loompa Doompadee Dee
01:00:21If you are wise you'll listen to me
01:00:24What do you get when you guzzle down sweets?
01:00:28Eating as much as an elephant eats?
01:00:31What are you at getting terribly fat?
01:00:34What do you think will come of that?
01:00:39I don't like the look of it
01:00:41Oompa Loompa Doompadee Da
01:00:44If you're not greedy, you will go far
01:00:47You will live in happiness, too
01:00:50Like the Oompa Loompa Doompadee Do
01:01:04What kind of place are you running here, anyhow, Wonka?
01:01:07[Speaking in French]
01:01:11What's he talking about?
01:01:21[Soft instrumental music]
01:01:31Wow, what a boat!
01:01:33Looks good enough to eat.
01:01:35That's quite a nice little canoe you've got there, Wonka.
01:01:38" All I ask is a tall ship and a star to sail her by"
01:01:42WONKA: All aboard, everybody. MR. SALT: Ladies first. That means Veruca.
01:01:45If she's a lady, I'm a Vermicious Knid.
01:01:48- You sure this thing will float, eh. Wonka ? - With your buoyancy, sir. Rest assured.
01:01:52She's trés jolie, but is she seaworthy?
01:01:55Nothing to worry about, my dear lady. I take good care of my guests.
01:01:59- Yeah, you took real good care of that August kid ..over there, yeah sure. - Everybody aboard.
01:02:04You're going to love this.
01:02:06Just love it.
01:02:08[Bell ringing]
01:02:13[Lilting instrumental music]
01:02:38Daddy, I want a boat like this. A beautiful paddle boat, that's what i want.
01:02:42What she wants is a good kick in the pants.
01:02:45I'm going to be seasick.
01:02:46WONKA: Here, try one of this. MRS. TEEVEE: What are they?
01:02:48WONKA: Rainbow drops. Suck 'em, you can spit in seven colors.
01:02:51Spitting's a dirty habit.
01:02:52I know a worse one.
01:02:54[Lilting instrumental music continues]
01:03:06- What business are you in, Salt? - Nuts.
01:03:19[Tense instrumental music]
01:03:21MR. SALT: Where are we going? SAM: I don't know. But, i don't like the looks of that tunnel up there.
01:03:24-Hey Wonka, i want off.
01:03:26" Around the world and home again That's the sailor's way! "
01:03:32VERUCA: I don't like this ride, Daddy.
01:03:34[All exclaiming]
01:03:35WONKA: Faster!
01:03:38MRS. TEEVEE: We're going too fast. VIOLET: We're going to sink, I know it.
01:03:42VERUCA: Why doesn't he stop the boat? WONKA: Faster!
01:03:44MR. SALT: Close your eyes and hang on tight.
01:03:47[Tense instrumental music intensifies]
01:03:51- What is this, a freak-out? - This isn't funny, Wonka!
01:03:54You can't possibly see where you're going.
01:03:56You're right. I can't.
01:03:58MIKE: Boy, what a great series this would make.
01:04:02- This is kind of strange. - Yes, strange, Charlie. But it's fun.
01:04:06CHARLIE: This is terrific.
01:04:08MR. SALT: I'd like to get off the boat, Wonka!
01:04:12- I think I'm gonna be sick. - This has gone too far.
01:04:15Tell that little guy to turn us around!
01:04:19Now I am going to be sick.
01:04:25[Screaming]
01:04:28[Singing] There's no earthly way of knowing
01:04:32He's singing.
01:04:33[Singing] Which direction we are going
01:04:36There's no knowing where we're rowing
01:04:41Or which way the river's flowing
01:04:44Is it raining? Is it snowing?
01:04:49Is a hurricane a-blowing?
01:04:55Not a speck of light is showing So the danger must be growing
01:04:59Are the fires of hell a-glowing?
01:05:03Is the Grizzly Reaper mowing?
01:05:05Yes!
01:05:07The danger must be growing For the rowers keep on rowing
01:05:12And they're certainly not showing
01:05:15Any signs that they are slowing!
01:05:20[Screaming]
01:05:24Make him stop, Daddy!
01:05:26MR. SALT: It's gone far enough! WONKA: Quite right.
01:05:28Stop the boat!
01:05:31WONKA: We're there. MRS. TEEVEE: Where?
01:05:33Here.
01:05:34A small step for mankind, but a giant step for us.
01:05:38- All ashore. - Let me off this freight.
01:05:42MIKE: Why don't they show stuff like that on TV?
01:05:45- What a nightmare. - Daddy, I do not want a boat like this.
01:05:49CHARLIE: " Dairy Cream. "
01:05:54BOTH: " Hair cream"?
01:05:56[Wonka speaking in German]
01:05:59That's not French.
01:06:01[Continues speaking in German]
01:06:07I can't take much more of this.
01:06:11Der Inventing Room.
01:06:14Now remember, no messing about.
01:06:17No touching, no tasting, no telling.
01:06:20GRANDPA: No telling what?
01:06:21All of my most secret inventions are cooking and simmering in here.
01:06:25Old Slugworth would give his false teeth to get inside for five minutes.
01:06:29So don't touch a thing.
01:06:40[Electronic beeping]
01:06:58Inventing Room? Looks more like a Turkish bath to me.
01:07:01Even if Slugworth did get in here, he couldn't find anything.
01:07:04- You got a garbage strike going on? - Who does your cleaning up?
01:07:07Shouldn't you wear rubber gloves? You'll have the health inspectors after you.
01:07:11Invention, my dear friends, is 93% perspiration...
01:07:156% electricity...
01:07:184% evaporation...
01:07:20and 2% butterscotch ripple.
01:07:22MRS. TEEVEE: That's 105%.
01:07:24MR. SALT: Any good?
01:07:27[Ln high-pitched voice] Yes.
01:07:29Excuse me.
01:07:32Time is a precious thing. Never waste it.
01:07:38- He's absolutely bonkers. - That's not bad.
01:07:44WONKA: " In spring time The only pretty ring time
01:07:48" Birds sing, hey ding a ding, ding
01:07:51" Sweet lovers love the spring"
01:07:54[Explosion]
01:07:58I told you not to, silly boy.
01:08:00Your teeth!
01:08:01Boy, that's great stuff.
01:08:03That's exploding candy for your enemies. Great idea, isn't it?
01:08:07Not ready yet, though. Still too weak. Needs more gelignite.
01:08:20What's that for?
01:08:21Gives it a little kick.
01:08:29Butterscotch? Buttergin?
01:08:31Got something going on inside, have you?
01:08:33WONKA: " Candy is dandy but liquor is quicker. "
01:08:40MIKE: What's the matter? Too hot, Mr. Wonka?
01:08:42Too cold. Far too cold.
01:08:45MR. SALT: That's gourmet cooking for you.
01:08:48No! Don't, please.
01:08:50Forgive me, but no one must look under there.
01:08:53This is the most secret machine in my entire factory.
01:08:57WONKA: This will sizzle old Slugworth. CHARLIE: What does it do?
01:09:02Would you like to see?
01:09:06[Buzzing]
01:09:27CHARLIE: But what does it do?
01:09:29Can't you see? It makes Everlasting Gobstoppers.
01:09:32VIOLET: Did you say Everlasting Gobstoppers?
01:09:34For children with very little pocket money. You can suck them forever.
01:09:37I want an Everlasting Gobstopper.
01:09:39- Me, too. - And me.
01:09:40Fantastic invention. Revolutionize the industry.
01:09:43You can suck them and suck them and they'll never get any smaller. Never.
01:09:47At least, I don't think so.
01:09:48WONKA: Few more tests. MIKE: How do you make them?
01:09:50I'm a trifle deaf in this ear. Speak a little louder next time.
01:09:54WONKA: Who wants an Everlasting Gobstopper?
01:09:56CHILDREN: I do.
01:09:59I can only give them to you if you swear to keep them for yourselves...
01:10:03and never show them to another living soul as long as you all shall live.
01:10:08WONKA: Agreed? CHILDREN: Agreed.
01:10:10Good. One for you, and one for you, and one for you.
01:10:14What about Charlie?
01:10:15WONKA: And one for Charlie.
01:10:17She's got two. I want another one.
01:10:19VIOLET: Stop squawking, you twit! WONKA: Everybody has had one.
01:10:22And one is enough for anybody. Now come along.
01:10:27WONKA: Over here, if you'll follow me...
01:10:29I have something rather special to show you.
01:10:32MR. SALT: It's special, all right.
01:10:34I only hope my Veruca doesn't want one.
01:10:36MIKE: What a contraption. WONKA: Isn't she scrumptious?
01:10:39She's my revolutionary, non-pollutionary mechanical wonder.
01:10:42Button, button, who's got the button?
01:10:45CHARLIE: It's over there.
01:10:47WONKA: Here? CHARLIE: Yeah.
01:10:49[Whizzing and whirring]
01:11:05WONKA: What you are witnessing, dear friends...
01:11:07is the most enormous miracle of the Machine Age.
01:11:10The creation of a confectionery giant.
01:11:14[Whizzing and whirring continues]
01:11:23WONKA: Finito. VERUCA: That's all?
01:11:25Don't you know what this is?
01:11:27VIOLET: By gum, it's gum! WONKA: Wrong.
01:11:29It's the most amazing, fabulous, sensational gum in the whole world.
01:11:33What's so fab about it?
01:11:34- This tiny gum is a three-course dinner. - Bull.
01:11:38WONKA: Roast beef, it's not quite right yet. VIOLET: I don't care.
01:11:41I wouldn't do that. I really wouldn't.
01:11:43So long as it's gum, that's for me.
01:11:45Violet, don't do anything stupid.
01:11:47What's it taste like?
01:11:49Madness! It's tomato soup.
01:11:52It's hot and creamy. I can feel it running down my throat.
01:11:56Stop. Don't.
01:11:57- Why doesn't she listen to Mr. Wonka? - Because, Charlie, she's a nitwit.
01:12:01This sure is great soup.
01:12:03The second course is coming up.
01:12:05Roast beef and a baked potato.
01:12:08With sour cream?
01:12:11SAM: What's for dessert, baby? VIOLET: Dessert? Here it comes.
01:12:14Blueberry pie and cream. It's the most marvelous pie I've tasted.
01:12:19SAM: Holy Toledo! What's happening to your face?
01:12:21Cool it, Dad. Let me finish.
01:12:23But your face is turning blue.
01:12:24SAM: You're turning violet, Violet! VIOLET: What are you talking about?
01:12:28I told you I hadn't got it right yet.
01:12:30You can say that again. Look what it's done to my kid.
01:12:33It always goes wrong when we come to the dessert. Always.
01:12:37Violet, what are you doing now?
01:12:39- You're blowing up! - I feel funny!
01:12:41GRANDPA: I'm not surprised. VIOLET: What's happening?
01:12:43SAM: You're blowing up! WONKA: Like a blueberry.
01:12:45SAM: Call a doctor! MRS. TEEVEE: Stick her with a pin.
01:12:48CHARLIE: She'll pop. WONKA: It happens every time.
01:12:50- They all become blueberries. - You've really done it this time!
01:12:53I'll break you for this.
01:12:55- Well, I'll get it right in the end. - Help!
01:12:59SAM: Let the air out of her quick. WONKA: There's no air.
01:13:02- That's juice. - Juice?
01:13:04Would you roll the young lady down to the juicing room at once?
01:13:08SAM: What for? WONKA: For squeezing.
01:13:10She has to be squeezed immediately before she explodes.
01:13:12- Explodes? - It's a fairly simple operation.
01:13:15[Singing] Oompa Loompa Doompadee Do
01:13:19I've got another puzzle for you
01:13:22Oompa Loompa Doompada Dee
01:13:26If you are wise you'll listen to me
01:13:30Gum chewing's fine When it's once in a while
01:13:33It stops you from smoking And brightens your smile
01:13:37But it's repulsive, revolting, and wrong
01:13:41Chewing and chewing all day long
01:13:46The way that a cow does
01:13:50Oompa Loompa Doompadee Da
01:13:54Given good manners, you will go far
01:13:57You will live in happiness, too
01:14:01Like the Oompa Loompa Doompadee Do
01:14:09I'll get even with you for this, if it's the last thing I ever do!
01:14:13I got a blueberry for a daughter.
01:14:16" Where is fancy bred, In the heart or in the head?"
01:14:22Shall we roll on?
01:14:28WONKA: Thank you.
01:14:29Well, well, two naughty, nasty little children gone.
01:14:34Three good, sweet little children left.
01:14:40WONKA: Hurry, please. Long way to go yet.
01:14:46Wait a minute. I must show you this.
01:14:49Lickable wallpaper for nursery walls.
01:14:51Lick an orange, it tastes like an orange.
01:14:53Lick a pineapple, it tastes like a pineapple. Go ahead, try it.
01:14:58MRS. TEEVEE: I got a plum.
01:15:00CHARLIE: Grandpa, this banana's fantastic. It tastes so real.
01:15:04Try some more. The strawberries taste like strawberries.
01:15:07The snozzberries taste like snozzberries.
01:15:09Snozzberries? Whoever heard of a snozzberry?
01:15:14" We are the music makers.
01:15:16" And we are the dreamers of dreams. "
01:15:21Come along.
01:15:25Something very unusual in here.
01:15:28WONKA: Bubbles, bubbles everywhere, but not a drop to drink.
01:15:32WONKA: Yet. CHARLIE: What's it making, Mr. Wonka?
01:15:35WONKA: Fizzy-Lifting drinks. They fill you with gas...
01:15:37and the gas is so lifting, that it lifts you right off the ground like a balloon.
01:15:41VERUCA: Isn't it high? Gosh!
01:15:44- But I dare not sell it yet. It's too powerful. - Let us try some, please.
01:15:48No, absolutely not. There'd be children floating around all over the place.
01:15:53Come along, don't hang about.
01:15:55You'll be wild about this next room.
01:15:59Let's take a drink. Nobody's watching.
01:16:01A small one won't hurt us.
01:16:09Not bad.
01:16:12Well?
01:16:14Nothing's happening.
01:16:16GRANDPA: You're right, Charlie. I can't understand why.
01:16:18[Grandpa shrieks]
01:16:21I feel terribly strange.
01:16:23- What do we do now? - I don't know, Charlie.
01:16:26We're in big trouble. Mr. Wonka isn't going to like this.
01:16:29We can't stay up here all day.
01:16:31- You're right but- - I'll try and get down.
01:16:33All right, Charlie, but please be very careful.
01:16:37It's fun, Grandpa. It works. Come on in, the air's fine.
01:16:41- I haven't been swimming in 20 years. - Give me your hand.
01:16:44I don't think I ought to.
01:16:46[Light instrumental music]
01:16:49This is great!
01:16:51CHARLIE: Try this, Grandpa. GRANDPA: All right, Charlie. Wait for me.
01:16:55[Grandpa and Charlie squeal with delight]
01:16:59GRANDPA: I'm a shooting star. CHARLIE: I'm a rocket!
01:17:03This is really great.
01:17:05Look, I'm a bird!
01:17:10GRANDPA: I feel light as a feather.
01:17:13Look down. We're really high now.
01:17:20Watch this, Grandpa.
01:17:25Wonderful, Charlie.
01:17:27- Try it, Grandpa. - I don't know.
01:17:29- Come on, Grandpa. - All right.
01:17:35You did it, Grandpa!
01:17:37[Grandpa groans]
01:17:38I think I hit an air pocket.
01:17:40You can fly to the moon this way.
01:17:43GRANDPA: Let's just fly south for the winter.
01:17:45CHARLIE: Why not?
01:17:48- I'm a bird! - I'm a plane!
01:17:51I'm...
01:17:52going too high!
01:17:55Grandpa, I can't get down!
01:17:57Help! Grandpa, the fan!
01:18:00GRANDPA: Stay away from it! It'll chop us to bits!
01:18:03GRANDPA: We're in trouble! I can't stop! CHARLIE: It's pulling me in!
01:18:07GRANDPA: I can't stop!
01:18:09CHARLIE: What do we do? GRANDPA: Grab hold of something quick!
01:18:12CHARLIE: There's nothing to grab on to! Help!
01:18:15CHARLIE: We're gonna get killed! GRANDPA: Help!
01:18:18Mr. Wonka, please! Turn off the fan!
01:18:22[Burping]
01:18:25I'm going down. Quick, Charlie, burp!
01:18:28If you don't, it'll cut you to ribbons!
01:18:30CHARLIE: I can't! Help!
01:18:32You've got to burp. It's the only way.
01:18:34Attaboy. Burp again.
01:18:37Attaboy. Come on.
01:18:40[Charlie burping]
01:18:41That's wonderful, Charlie.
01:18:50GRANDPA: Grab on to me. We're going to be all right now.
01:18:53[Both burping]
01:18:57[Light instrumental music]
01:19:01Good boy.
01:19:03From now on, we keep our feet on the ground.
01:19:05Let's catch up to the others.
01:19:10I know what you're thinking. They can't be doing what they're doing.
01:19:14But they are. They have to.
01:19:16I haven't met the Oompa Loompa yet who could do it.
01:19:19WONKA: These are the geese that lay the golden eggs.
01:19:21WONKA: They're larger than ordinary geese.
01:19:24WONKA: In fact, they're quadruple-size geese which produce octuple-size eggs.
01:19:28WONKA: They're laying overtime for Easter.
01:19:30But Easter's over.
01:19:32[Whispering] They don't know that. I'm trying to get ahead for next year.
01:19:37MR. SALT: What happens if they drop one of those eggs?
01:19:40WONKA: An omelet fit for a king, sir.
01:19:43VERUCA: Are they chocolate eggs?
01:19:45Golden chocolate eggs. That's a great delicacy.
01:19:48But don't get too close.
01:19:49The geese are temperamental. So we have the Eggdicator.
01:19:52MRS. TEEVEE: Egg-di-what? WONKA: The Eggdicator.
01:19:54It can tell the difference between a good egg...
01:19:57and a bad egg.
01:19:58If it's a good egg, it's shined up and shipped out all over the world.
01:20:02But if it's a bad egg...
01:20:05down the chute.
01:20:08[Horn honking]
01:20:11- It's an educated Eggdicator. - It's a lot of nonsense.
01:20:15[Singing] A little nonsense now and then
01:20:18Is relished by the wisest men
01:20:22VERUCA: Daddy, I want a golden goose.
01:20:24CHARLIE: Here we go again. MR. SALT: All right, sweetheart.
01:20:27You'll get one as soon as we get home.
01:20:30No, I want one of those.
01:20:33How much do you want for the goose?
01:20:35WONKA: They're not for sale. MR. SALT: Name your price.
01:20:37WONKA: She can't have one. VERUCA: Who says so?
01:20:39- The man with the funny hat. - I want one. I want a golden goose.
01:20:44Gooses. Geeses.
01:20:46I want my geese to lay golden eggs for Easter.
01:20:49MR. SALT: It will, dear. VERUCA: At least 100 a day.
01:20:51MR. SALT: Anything you say. VERUCA: And by the way...
01:20:55VERUCA: I want a feast. MR. SALT: You ate before you came here.
01:20:58[Singing] I want a bean-feast
01:21:00One of those.
01:21:01[Singing] Cream buns and doughnuts And fruitcake with no nuts
01:21:04So good you could go nuts
01:21:06- You'll have them when you get home. - No, now. I want a ball.
01:21:11[Singing] I want a party
01:21:13Pink macaroons and a million balloons
01:21:16And performing baboons and...
01:21:18Give it to me
01:21:20Now.
01:21:21[Singing] I want the world
01:21:23I want the whole world
01:21:26I want to lock it all up in my pocket It's my bar of chocolate
01:21:30Give it to me now
01:21:34I want today
01:21:36I want tomorrow
01:21:38I want to wear them Like braids in my hair
01:21:41And I don't want to share them!
01:21:47I want a party with roomfuls of laughter
01:21:51Ten thousand tons of ice cream
01:21:54And if I don't get the things I am after
01:21:58I'm going to scream
01:22:12I want the works
01:22:14I want the whole works
01:22:15Presents and prizes And sweets and surprises
01:22:18Of all shapes and sizes And now
01:22:21Don't care how I want it now
01:22:30[Horn honking]
01:22:38She was a bad egg.
01:22:41Where's she gone?
01:22:42Where all the other bad eggs go. Down the garbage chute.
01:22:46The garbage chute?
01:22:48- Where does it lead to? - To the furnace.
01:22:52The furnace?
01:22:54- She'll be sizzled like a sausage. - Not necessarily.
01:22:57She could be stuck inside the tube.
01:23:00Hold on!
01:23:01MR. SALT: Veruca, sweetheart. Daddy's coming!
01:23:08There's gonna be a lot of garbage today.
01:23:10Mr. Salt finally got what he wanted.
01:23:13- What's that? - Veruca went first.
01:23:16CHARLIE: Mr. Wonka, they won't really be burned in the furnace, will they?
01:23:20I think that furnace is lit only every other day.
01:23:23So they have a good sporting chance.
01:23:27[Singing] Oompa Loompa Doompadee Do
01:23:30I've got another puzzle for you
01:23:34Oompa Loompa Doompadee Dee
01:23:38If you are wise you'll listen to me
01:23:41Who do you blame when your kid is a brat
01:23:45Pampered and spoiled like a Siamese cat?
01:23:48Blaming the kids is a lie and a shame
01:23:52You know exactly who's to blame
01:23:57The mother and the father
01:24:00Oompa Loompa Doompadee Da
01:24:04If you're not spoiled then you will go far
01:24:08You will live in happiness, too
01:24:13Like the Oompa Loompa Doompadee Do
01:24:18WONKA: I can't understand. The children are disappearing like rabbits.
01:24:21Well, we still have each other. Shall we press on?
01:24:25Can't we sit down for a minute?
01:24:27- The pace is killing me. - Transportation has been arranged.
01:24:36WONKA: Behold the Wonkamobile.
01:24:38" A thing of beauty is a joy forever. "
01:24:40WONKA: Places, please. The dance is about to begin.
01:24:43WONKA: Better grab a seat, they're going fast.
01:24:46GRANDPA: What's that they're filling it up with?
01:24:49Ginger ale, ginger pop, ginger beer, beer bubbles...
01:24:52bubbleade, bubble cola, double cola, double-bubble burp-a-cola...
01:24:55and all that crazy carbonated stuff that tickles your nose.
01:24:58Few people realize the tremendous power in those things.
01:25:02I'm sorry I asked.
01:25:04[Whispering] You think Slugworth would pay extra to know about this?
01:25:07Just keep your eyes open and your mouth shut.
01:25:11WONKA: Everybody set? CHARLIE: Is this gonna go fast?
01:25:14It should. It's got more gas in it than a politician.
01:25:17Hold on tight. I'm going to open her up and see what she can do.
01:25:29WONKA: " Swifter than eagles...
01:25:32" stronger than lions! "
01:25:34[Screaming]
01:25:42MIKE: It's getting in my eyes!
01:25:44MRS. TEEVEE: It's seeping in my shoes!
01:25:46MRS. TEEVEE: I'm soaked! It'll never come out!
01:25:49MIKE: It's sticking to my gun.
01:25:52[Wonka singing]
01:25:59My dress! My hair! My face!
01:26:03MRS. TEEVEE: I'm sending you the cleaning bill, Mr. Wonka.
01:26:09MRS. TEEVEE: I'm dry cleaned.
01:26:17Grandpa, what was that we just went through?
01:26:19Hsaw Aknow.
01:26:20MRS. TEEVEE: Is that Japanese?
01:26:22No, " Wonka Wash" spelled backwards.
01:26:24WONKA: That's it. The journey's over.
01:26:26GRANDPA: Finest bath I've had in 20 years. CHARLIE: Let's do it again, Mr. Wonka.
01:26:30- That's as far as it goes? - Couldn't we have walked?
01:26:34If the good Lord had intended us to walk, he wouldn't have invented roller skates.
01:26:38Would you all please put these on? We have to be very careful.
01:26:43There's dangerous stuff inside.
01:26:48WONKA: Wonkavision. My very latest and greatest invention.
01:26:53MIKE: It's television. WONKA: It's Wonkavision.
01:26:55I suppose you all know how ordinary television works.
01:26:58- You photograph- - I do. You photograph something...
01:27:01then it's split into millions of pieces...
01:27:04that go whizzing through the air and down to your TV set in the right order.
01:27:09You should open your mouth a little wider when you speak.
01:27:12So I thought, " If they can do it with a photograph...
01:27:15" why can't I do it with a bar of chocolate?"
01:27:20WONKA: I shall now send this chocolate bar from one end of the room to the other.
01:27:24It has to be big, because when you transmit something by television...
01:27:28it always ends up smaller on the other end.
01:27:31Goggles on, please.
01:27:34WONKA: Lights, camera, action!
01:27:38[Screaming]
01:27:40You can remove your goggles.
01:27:42Where's the chocolate?
01:27:44It's flying over our heads in a million pieces.
01:27:47[Electronic beeping]
01:27:49WONKA: Now watch the screen.
01:27:53WONKA: Here it comes.
01:27:56WONKA: There it is.
01:27:57- Take it. - How can you take it? It's just a picture.
01:28:01All right, you take it.
01:28:03- It's real. - Taste it. It's delicious. It's just smaller.
01:28:10- It's perfect. - It's unbelievable.
01:28:12- It's a miracle. - It's a TV dinner.
01:28:14- It's Wonkavision. - It could change the world.
01:28:17Can you send other things?
01:28:19MIKE: Not just chocolate. WONKA: Anything you like.
01:28:21- What about people? - People?
01:28:26I don't really know. I suppose I could.
01:28:29Yes, I'm sure I could. I'm pretty sure I could.
01:28:32But it might have some messy results.
01:28:34MIKE: Look! I'm going to be the first person to be sent by television.
01:28:37MRS. TEEVEE: Get away from that thing! WONKA: Come back.
01:28:40MIKE: Lights, camera, action!
01:28:44[Electronic beeping]
01:28:46Where are you?
01:28:47GRANDPA: He's up there, in a million pieces.
01:28:49MRS. TEEVEE: Mike, are you there?
01:28:51WONKA: No good shouting. Watch the screen.
01:28:54[Electronic beeping continues]
01:28:56Mike? Why is he taking so long?
01:28:59A million pieces take a long time to put together.
01:29:01MRS. TEEVEE: Where are they? WONKA: There's something coming.
01:29:04MRS. TEEVEE: Is it Mike? WONKA: It's hard to tell but-
01:29:07The little groover's getting smaller by the minute.
01:29:10MIKE: Look at me. I'm the first person in the world to be sent by television.
01:29:15Wow, what a wild trip that was.
01:29:18It's the greatest thing that's ever happened to me.
01:29:20Am I coming in clear? Mom, I said, am I coming in clear?
01:29:24Great. He's completely unharmed.
01:29:26You call that unharmed?
01:29:28Wow, that was something. Can I do it again?
01:29:32MRS. TEEVEE: No, there'll be nothing left.
01:29:34Don't worry about a thing, Mom. I feel fine.
01:29:36MIKE: I'm famous. I'm a TV star.
01:29:38MIKE: Wait till the kids back home hear about this.
01:29:40MRS. TEEVEE: Nobody will.
01:29:42Where are you taking me? I don't want to go in there.
01:29:45Be quiet. Well?
01:29:49Fortunately, small boys are extremely springy and elastic.
01:29:52So I think we'll put him in my special taffy-pulling machine.
01:29:55That should do the trick.
01:29:57To the Taffy-Pulling Room.
01:29:58The boy is in his mother's purse. But be extremely careful.
01:30:02[Mrs. Teevee stuttering]
01:30:04What's he saying?
01:30:06No, I won't hold you responsible.
01:30:10And now, my dearest lady, it's time to say goodbye.
01:30:14No, don't speak.
01:30:16For some moments in life, there are no words. Run along now.
01:30:20[Mrs. Teevee mumbles incoherently]
01:30:27Adieu.
01:30:29" Parting is such sweet sorrow. "
01:30:38[Slow instrumental music]
01:30:41[Singing] Oompa Loompa Doompadee Do
01:30:44I've got another puzzle for you
01:30:48Oompa Loompa Doompada Dee
01:30:51If you are wise you'll listen to me
01:30:55What do you get from a glut of TV?
01:30:58A pain in the neck and an IQ of three
01:31:02Why don't you try simply reading a book?
01:31:06Or could you just not bear to look?
01:31:08You'll get no
01:31:13You'll get no commercials
01:31:16Oompa Loompa Doompadee Da
01:31:20If you like reading, you will go far
01:31:24You will live in happiness, too
01:31:28Like the
01:31:30Oompa
01:31:32Oompa Loompa Doompadee Do
01:31:38So much to do: Invoices, bills, letters.
01:31:43I must answer that note from the Queen.
01:31:47What's gonna happen to the other kids? Augustus and Veruca?
01:31:50My dear boy, I promise you they'll be quite all right.
01:31:54When they leave here, they'll be restored to their normal, terrible old selves.
01:31:59But maybe they'll be a little bit wiser for the wear.
01:32:02Don't worry about it.
01:32:04What do we do now, Mr. Wonka?
01:32:07I hope you enjoyed yourselves. Excuse me for not showing you out.
01:32:11Straight up the stairs, you'll find it. I'm busy. A whole day wasted.
01:32:14Goodbye to you both.
01:32:17[Door closing]
01:32:20What happened? Did we do something wrong?
01:32:24I don't know, Charlie.
01:32:26But I'm going to find out.
01:32:34[Clock ticking]
01:32:46GRANDPA: Mr. Wonka? WONKA: I am extraordinarily busy, sir.
01:32:49I just wanted to ask about the chocolate.
01:32:52The lifetime supply of chocolate. For Charlie.
01:32:56When does he get it?
01:32:58WONKA: He doesn't. GRANDPA: Why not?
01:33:00WONKA: Because he broke the rules.
01:33:02What rules? We didn't see any rules, did we?
01:33:05Wrong, sir!
01:33:07Under Section 37-B of the contract signed by him...
01:33:11it states quite clearly that all offers shall become null and void if...
01:33:15And you can read it for yourself in this photostat copy:
01:33:19" I, the undersigned...
01:33:20" shall forfeit all rights, privileges, and licenses...
01:33:23" herein contained," etc.
01:33:26'"Fax mentis incendium gloriae culpum, '"etc.
01:33:33It's all there, black and white, clear as crystal!
01:33:36You stole Fizzy-Lifting drinks!
01:33:39You bumped into the ceiling which now has to be washed and sterilized!
01:33:43So you get nothing!
01:33:45You lose!
01:33:46Good day, sir!
01:33:49You're a crook.
01:33:51You're a cheat and a swindler, that's what you are.
01:33:54How can you do a thing like this?
01:33:56Build up a little boy's hopes and then smash all his dreams to pieces.
01:34:00You're an inhuman monster!
01:34:02I said, good day!
01:34:08Come on, Charlie. Let's get out of here.
01:34:11I'll get even with him if it's the last thing I ever do.
01:34:14If Slugworth wants a Gobstopper, he'll get one.
01:34:40Mr. Wonka.
01:34:50WONKA: " So shines a good deed in a weary world. "
01:34:56Charlie.
01:34:59My boy.
01:35:01You've won!
01:35:03You did it!
01:35:05I just knew you would!
01:35:09Forgive me for putting you through this. Please forgive me.
01:35:12Come in, Mr. Wilkinson. Charlie, meet Mr. Wilkinson.
01:35:15WILKINSON: Pleasure. CHARLIE: Slugworth.
01:35:17No, that's not Slugworth. He works for me.
01:35:20CHARLIE: For you? WONKA: I had to test you, Charlie.
01:35:22And you passed the test. You won!
01:35:25GRANDPA: Won what? WONKA: The jackpot, my dear sir.
01:35:28WONKA: The grand and glorious jackpot. CHARLIE: The chocolate?
01:35:31The chocolate, yes. But that's just the beginning.
01:35:34We have to get on. We have so much time and so little to do.
01:35:38WONKA: Strike that. Reverse it.
01:35:40This way, please.
01:35:42We'll take the Wonkavator.
01:35:45Step in, Charlie. Grandpa Joe, sir.
01:35:55- This is the great glass Wonkavator. - It's an elevator.
01:36:00It's a Wonkavator. An elevator only goes up and down.
01:36:02But the Wonkavator goes sideways, slantways, longways, back ways...
01:36:06CHARLIE: And front ways? WONKA:... and any other ways you think of.
01:36:10It can take you to any room by pressing one of these buttons. Any button.
01:36:14Press a button and zing, you're off.
01:36:17And up until now, I've pressed them all.
01:36:20Except one.
01:36:23This one.
01:36:25WONKA: Go ahead, Charlie. CHARLIE: Me?
01:36:30There it goes.
01:36:34Hold on tight.
01:36:36I'm not exactly sure what's going to happen.
01:36:39Faster. If we don't pick up speed, we won't get through.
01:36:43CHARLIE: Get through what?
01:36:45- You mean, we're going... - Up and out.
01:36:47But the roof is glass. It'll shatter into a thousand pieces.
01:36:50- We'll be cut to ribbons. - Probably.
01:36:57Hold on, everybody.
01:36:59Here it comes.
01:37:06[Light instrumental music]
01:37:17GRANDPA: You did it. Congratulations. WONKA: Get up, take a look.
01:37:21Grandpa, our town looks so pretty from up here.
01:37:23GRANDPA: Look over here, Charlie. I think I see our house.
01:37:28GRANDPA: It really looks beautiful.
01:37:30There's my school, Grandpa.
01:37:33[Light instrumental music continues]
01:37:38How did you like the chocolate factory?
01:37:41I think it's the most wonderful place in the whole world.
01:37:44WONKA: I'm very pleased to hear you say that...
01:37:46because I'm giving it to you.
01:37:50CHARLIE: What? WONKA: That's all right, isn't it?
01:37:52GRANDPA: You're giving Charlie- WONKA: I can't go on forever.
01:37:55WONKA: And I don't really want to try.
01:37:57So who can I trust to run the factory when I leave...
01:38:00and take care of the Oompa Loompas for me?
01:38:03Not a grownup.
01:38:04A grownup would want to do everything his own way, not mine.
01:38:08That's why I decided a long time ago that I had to find a child.
01:38:11A very honest, loving child...
01:38:15to whom I can tell all my most precious candy-making secrets.
01:38:19CHARLIE: So, you sent the Golden Tickets? WONKA: Right.
01:38:22The factory's yours. You can move in immediately.
01:38:24GRANDPA: And me? WONKA: Absolutely.
01:38:27CHARLIE: What happens to the- WONKA: The whole family.
01:38:29I want you to bring them all.
01:38:35But, Charlie...
01:38:37don't forget what happened to the man who suddenly got everything he wanted.
01:38:41CHARLIE: What happened?
01:38:42He lived happily ever after.
01:38:47[Sweeping instrumental music]
01:39:42English - SDH

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