Charlie is a young boy who lives in great destitution with his mother, father, and four grandparents.
One day, he finds a dollar bill on the street and decides to spend it on some chocolate at the candy store. In the Wonka candy bar that he buys, he finds a Golden Ticket, which entitles him to a tour through Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory.
On the day of the tour, Willy Wonka takes Charlie and four other children to the chocolate room, a room made entirely of edible material.
Augustus Gloop falls into the chocolate river and is sucked through a tube to a room that makes strawberry-flavored chocolate-coated fudge.
Next, they go to the Inventing Room, which contains a giant gum machine.
The Nut Room contains hundreds of squirrels who separate nuts from their shells.
The Television room has a camera that transport anything to a television. Mike Teavee steps in front of it and is shrunk to a miniscule size, sooo…
…he’s sent to the Gum Stretcher (Taffy Puller in the movies) to be stretched back to the right height.
This last picture I’m showing, however, doesn’t seem to fit in with the book or the movies.
The caption is based on a quote given by Franklin Delano Roosevelt after the horror at Pearl Harbor. It appears to an epic chase scene (maybe even a boss battle?) that we can pick up a few clues from. First of all, the airplanes appear to be shooting candy (after all, this is a candy factory we’re talking about). Secondly, there is a note suspended in midair on the right-hand side. It may contain important information, or maybe it’s just floating there for decoration. And third, the airplanes are labeled S and F.