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Unlike its predecessor, this book has never been adapted to film. Dahl had intended to write a third book in the series but never finished it. Wonka intends to give to Charlie. The height to which the Elevator ascends frightens Charlie's family sending the Elevator in the wrong direction. As a result, the Elevator goes into orbit, where Wonka docks them at a Space Hotel. Grandma Georgina was very stubborn so she grabbed mr Wonka by his coattails and she yanked him backwards. Cabinet see the Elevator dock with the Space Hotel, and fear it contains hostile agents of a foreign or extraterrestrial government, while the space shuttle containing the hotel staff and three astronauts approaches the Space Hotel.
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The Charlie and the Chocolate Factory 's sequel starts exactly frome where we were at the end of the previous adventure, that is in the glass elevator that should bring Charlie Bucket and all his family and Mr. Wonka of course , to the chocolate factory. But something goes wrong A series of amazing adventures and catastrophic events will keep all the children with bated breath. Who has loved Charlie and the Chocolate Factory will probabl.
Have questions about eBooks? Check out our eBook FAQs. Last seen flying through the sky in a giant elevator in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory , Charlie Bucket's back for another adventure. When the giant elevator picks up speed, Charlie, Willy Wonka, and the gang are sent hurtling through space and time. He spent his childhood in England and, at age eighteen, went to work for the Shell Oil Company in Africa. At the age of twenty-six he moved to Washington, D.