* Everyone, adults included, eating to their heart's content in the Chocolate Room.
* When Charlie returns the Gobstopper, feeling himself not worthy.
-->'''Wonka''': So shines a good deed in a weary world...
* Loved the ending.
-->'''Willy Wonka''': But Charlie, don't forget what happened to the man who suddenly got everything he ever wanted.
-->'''Charlie''': What's that?
-->'''Willy Wonka''': He lived happily ever after.
-->''(they hug)''
* The cast members had high praise for each other.
** At various points during the DVD Commentary, the now-grown kids sing Jack Albertson's praises.
** The young man who played Mike Teavee gave Gene Wilder all kinds of grief, but he is very dear to Wilder now.
** Wilder made it clear that despite the fury that Wonka displayed, he loved Peter Ostrum, and he still does.
* When Charlie finds the Golden Ticket. Even better is the fact that the people around him, in contrast to the desperate and greedy mobs we've seen trying to get a hold of tickets earlier, actually seem happy for him and even get protective when a crowd starts forming.
-->'''Newsstand Guy:''' Run for it, Charlie! Run straight home and don't stop till you get there!