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Essay heading: Comparison of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Book Vs. Movie
 
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Dahl's screenplay follows his book's basic storyline fairly closely. Mel Stuart's direction however takes some parts of the movie in a slightly darker direction than the book. One sequence, for example, the boat ride on the chocolate river, in hindsight shows a psychedelic influence seen more at rock concerts than in films for children...
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I think that the book can be enjoyed by readers 3rd grade and up, but I think the film would be enjoyed by a more mature child, perhaps 5th or 6th grade. Other differences between the film and the book include: The film expanded the role of Wonka's rival Slugworth, who tempts the children to give him the recipe for Wonka's Everlasting Gobstoppers...
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