Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. https://roalddahlpedia.fandom.com/wiki/Charlie_Bucket?oldid=4481. He is truly kind, sweet, patient, and very intrigued by Willy Wonka. However, the rest of the children disappear due to their bad behavior and Charlie ends up being the only one left. Charlie Bucket is a nice, kind nice poor boy who is about 10 years old who lives with his mother and father and four bedridden grandparents. In the 1971 film adaptation, he has a paper delivery round after school. Charlie Bucket is the protagonist of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and he is the embodiment of all that is virtuous. Charlie Bucket appears in two of Roald Dahl's stories: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory - which has been adapted into two films, an opera and a stage musical - and Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator. Regardless of the golden ticket inside (in novel and 2005 film adaptation), he finds it and he rushes home, surprised. He is curious and interested in Willy Wonka and his chocolate factory. https://charlieandthechocolatefactoryfilm.fandom.com/wiki/Charlie_Bucket One evening, as the Golden Ticket craze dies down, Charlie finds some money on the sidewalk and buys a chocolate bar. The next day (Feb 1st novel and 2005 film) (Oct 1st 1971 film), Mr. Wonka greets the children and their guardians into the factory. In the 1964 novel, he keeps every chocolate bar in a wooden box to save it so it lasts about a month. … Mr. Wonka then says he needs an heir and he lets Charlie bring his family too. The following is a list of characters in the 1964 Roald Dahl book Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, his 1972 sequel Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator, and the former's film adaptations, Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971) and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005). He is satisfied with the material things he already possesses, is not jealous or envious of what others have or possess, and is not addicted to television. Charlie Bucket is most sensible of the five kids in the factory. Roald Dahl Pedia Wiki is a FANDOM Books Community. He is also generous with his friends. In spite of all this, he never complains, nor does he ever accept charity from his family when it comes at their own expense. In the 1971 film adaptation, he has a paper delivery round after school. He soon realizes Willy Wonka's factory will be opened to five children who find a Golden Ticket in an ordinary Wonka bar. This is seen by the fact that he doesn't consume loads of gum or chocolate. Charles "Charlie" Buckett is the protagonist and title character of Roald Dahl's novel, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, its sequel, Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator, and the 1965 and 2005 film adaptations of the former. Charlie lives with his mother, his father and his four grandparents in a little wooden house near a great town. -Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Charlie Bucketis a nice, kind nice poor boy who is about 10 years old who lives with his mother and father and four bedridden grandparents. He is curious and interested in Willy Wonka and his chocolate factory. He gets one chocolate bar a year for his birthday. Listings include actors that have played the characters in various media. He finds out that a greedy boy named Augustus Gloop found the first Golden Ticket, spoiled brat Veruca Salt finding the second, preteen gum chewer Violette Beauregarde finding the third and television crazed boy Mike Teavee finding the fourth. He is deprived of adequate food, a bed, and any privacy.