History Heartwarming / CharlieAndTheChocolateFactory

21st May '17 11:43:30 PM SonicHOG
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21st May '17 11:43:26 PM SonicHOG
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-->'''Willy Wonka''': When a boy has just a touch of odd\\
And he walks the streets without a nod\\
He should know that odd is a gift from God\\
Like this starry blue chandelier\\
\\
And the more he lives,\\
Perspective gives him\\
Signs so crystal clear\\
That's why I brought you\\
To see the view from here

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-->'''Willy Wonka''': When ''When a boy has just a touch of odd\\
And
odd''\\
''And
he walks the streets without a nod\\
He
nod''\\
''He
should know that odd is a gift from God\\
Like
God''\\
''Like
this starry blue chandelier\\
chandelier''\\
\\
And ''And the more he lives,\\
Perspective
lives''\\
''Perspective
gives him\\
Signs
him''\\
''Signs
so crystal clear\\
That's
clear''\\
''That's
why I brought you\\
To
you''\\
''To
see the view from herehere''
21st May '17 11:38:44 PM SonicHOG
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* ''The View From Here'', TheElevenOClockNumber written for the Broadway production, plays out like Pure Imagination did in London. However, the lyrics are much more character-specific, celebrating Charlie's (and conversely, Willy Wonka's) imaginative spirit and what kindness and imagination can bring to the universe.

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* ''The View From Here'', TheElevenOClockNumber written for the Broadway production, plays out like Pure Imagination did in London. However, the lyrics are much more character-specific, celebrating Charlie's (and conversely, Willy Wonka's) imaginative creative spirit and what kindness and imagination can bring to the universe.world.
-->'''Willy Wonka''': When a boy has just a touch of odd\\
And he walks the streets without a nod\\
He should know that odd is a gift from God\\
Like this starry blue chandelier\\
\\
And the more he lives,\\
Perspective gives him\\
Signs so crystal clear\\
That's why I brought you\\
To see the view from here
15th May '17 10:27:24 PM SonicHOG
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* TheReveal at the end throws a goodly chunk of the preceding action into a warmer and fuzzier light with some thought. [[spoiler: Mr. Wonka was sensitive enough to realize Charlie might be who he was looking for and rigged his own contest to give the boy a chance to prove it. And though he couldn't make any Pet the Dog moves without risking the Secret Tests, he made sure the boy got to bask in the same limelight the other finders did.]]

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* TheReveal at the end throws a goodly chunk of the preceding action into a warmer and fuzzier light with some thought. [[spoiler: Mr. Wonka was sensitive enough to realize Charlie might be who he was looking for and rigged his own contest to give the boy a chance to prove it. And though he couldn't make any Pet the Dog moves without risking the Secret Tests, he made sure the boy got to bask in the same limelight the other finders did.]]]]

! 2017 Retool of the Musical
* ''The View From Here'', TheElevenOClockNumber written for the Broadway production, plays out like Pure Imagination did in London. However, the lyrics are much more character-specific, celebrating Charlie's (and conversely, Willy Wonka's) imaginative spirit and what kindness and imagination can bring to the universe.
5th Oct '16 5:58:52 AM LtFedora
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For ''WillyWonkaAndTheChocolateFactory'', go [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Heartwarming/WillyWonkaAndTheChocolateFactory here]].

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For ''WillyWonkaAndTheChocolateFactory'', go [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Heartwarming/WillyWonkaAndTheChocolateFactory [[Heartwarming/WillyWonkaAndTheChocolateFactory here]].
18th Mar '16 2:10:54 AM mrthischarmingman2
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-->'''Wonka's father''': William?

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-->'''Wonka's father''': William?Willy?
10th Mar '16 1:53:24 PM kquinn0830
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* After [[spoiler: Mr. Wonka catches Charlie adding to the notebook and giving him a speech about his daydreaming habit.]]
-->'''Charlie:''' Have I done something wrong?
-->'''Willy Wonka:''' Strike that and reverse it Charlie. You've done something ''right''... you've won.
7th Mar '16 12:20:48 PM fruitstripegum
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-->'''Wonka's father''': Willy?

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-->'''Wonka's father''': Willy?William?



* TheReveal at the end throws a goodly chunk of the preceding action into a warmer and fuzzier light with some thought. [[spoiler: Mr. Wonka was sensitive enough to realize Charlie might be who he was looking for and rigged his own contest to give the boy a chance to prove it. And though he couldn't make any Pet the Dog moves without risking the Secret Tests, he made sure the boy got to bask in the same limelight the other finders did.]]

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* TheReveal at the end throws a goodly chunk of the preceding action into a warmer and fuzzier light with some thought. [[spoiler: Mr. Wonka was sensitive enough to realize Charlie might be who he was looking for and rigged his own contest to give the boy a chance to prove it. And though he couldn't make any Pet the Dog moves without risking the Secret Tests, he made sure the boy got to bask in the same limelight the other finders did.]]
23rd Feb '16 4:43:23 PM NateTheGreat
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Added DiffLines:

For ''WillyWonkaAndTheChocolateFactory'', go [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Heartwarming/WillyWonkaAndTheChocolateFactory here]].
11th Sep '15 7:43:56 PM TheWildWestPyro
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* When Charlie discovers the final Golden Ticket at the sweetshop, the shopkeeper's at first just awed and overjoyed to bear witness to the find, but he proceeds to tell off the many bystanders offering to buy it off of Charlie. He then tells the boy that he's glad to see someone who clearly needs some good luck in his life actually get it.

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* When Charlie discovers the final Golden Ticket at the sweetshop, the shopkeeper's at first just awed and overjoyed to bear witness to the find, but he proceeds to tell off the many bystanders offering to buy it off of Charlie. He then tells the boy that he's glad to see someone who clearly needs some good luck in his life actually get it.
it. And before that, the shopkeeper, who probably noted how thin Charlie looked, encouraged the kid to have another bar to fill his stomach, resulting in the lucky find.
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