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"Go straight to the Fudge Room," Mr. Wonka said to the Oompa-Loompa, "and when you get there, take a long stick and start poking around inside the big chocolate-mixing barrel. I'm almost certain you'll find him in there. But you'd better look sharp! You'll have to hurry! If you leave him in the chocolate-mixing barrel too long, he's liable to get poured out into the fudge boiler, and that really would
be a disaster, wouldn't it? My fudge would become quite
Mrs. Gloop let out a shriek of fury.
"I'm joking," said Mr. Wonka, giggling madly behind his beard.
—From Chapter 17, "Augustus Gloop Goes up the Pipe"
Mrs. Gloop: Augustus, my child. That is not a good thing you do!
HEY! Little Boy? My chocolate must be untouched by human hands!
— As the cast watches Augustus Gloop eating the chocolate from the river
In the end, Charlie Bucket won a chocolate factory. But Willy Wonka had something even better, a family. And one thing was absolutely certain — life had never been sweeter
—The Narrator reveals to be one of the Oompa-Loompas, providing the film's closing lines
Willy Wonka: There is so much left to see. Now, how many children are left?
Grandpa Joe: Mr. Wonka, Charlie is the only left, now.
Willy Wonka: You mean, you are the only one?
Charlie Bucket: Yes.
But what happened to the others? OH, MY DEAR BOY! THAT MEANS YOU WON! OH, I CONGRATULATE YOU! I really do! I absolutely do. Well done. We must not dilly or dally. We got an enormous number of things to do before the day is through. But lucky for us, we have the Great Glass Elevator to speed things along (Bumps into the closed doors of the Elevator). To speed things along. (Presses the key that opens the Elevator door as it dings).
—Charlie is the only child left.