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[[caption-width-right:350:Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, the Chocolate Room...]]
* 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... (To Charlie) Hey, Charlie? My boy. (Shouts in excitement) YOU WON! YOU DID IT! I KNEW YOU WOULD DO IT! Oh, Charlie I am sorry to put you through this.
* 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 Creator/GeneWilder all kinds of grief, but he was very dear to Wilder later.
** 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.
-->'''Mr. Jopek:''' Run for it, Charlie! Run straight home and don't stop till you get there!
** Also doubles as CrowningMomentOfAwesome.
* Charlie, who can't be more than ten or so, spending the first money he ever earned in his life on his desperately poor family instead of himself.
* The song "The Candy Man Can" near the beginning is full of [[{{Pun}} sugary sweet]] imagery. "Who can take tomorrow, wrap it in a dream, separate the sorrow and collect up all the cream? The candy man can!" It's a very hard song not to smile at!
* "Pure Imagination". It's just so sweet and heartwarming.
* As is "I've Got a Golden Ticket"
-->'''Grandpa Joe:''' But suddenly I begin to see/ a bit of good luck for me.
* Meta-Example: Julie Dawn Cole's memoir ''I Want It Now'' is chock-full of these. For instance, she shares pictures of her original copy of ''Charlie and the Chocolate Factory'', where the entire cast wrote personal notes next to illustrations of their respective characters.