Grandpa Joe

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Scrumdiddilyumptious - Plot
... He brings the bread back to his Grandpa Joe, his widowed mother, and his other three bedridden grandparents ... That night, he tells Grandpa about the tinker and what he said, and Grandpa tells him about Wonka and how spies were trying to steal his life's work ... Grandpa Joe gets out of bed to serve as Charlie's tour chaperone ...
Snozzwanger - Grandpa Joe
... Grandpa Joe Charlie and the Chocolate Factory character First appearance Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Created by Roald Dahl Portrayed by Jack Albertson (1971) David Kelly (2005) Grandpa Joe is one of ... When Charlie finds the Golden Ticket, Grandpa Joe leaps out of bed in joy for the first time in almost twenty years ... Charlie takes Grandpa Joe to accompany him on the factory tour, Mr ...
Arthur Slugworth - 1971 Film
... Grandpa Joe describes Slugworth as the worst of Wonka's rivals, telling Charlie that he was one of those who sent his spies in dressed as Wonka workers to steal Wonka's ... Grandpa Joe also responds near the end of the movie ... Bucket for sampling Fizzy Lifting Drinks, (probably a final test by Wonka of character) Grandpa Joe threatens to give Slugworth the Everlasting Gobstopper ...
List Of Charlie And The Chocolate Factory Characters - Arthur Slugworth - 1971 Film
... Grandpa Joe describes Slugworth as the worst of Wonka's rivals, telling Charlie that he was one of those who sent his spies in dressed as Wonka workers to steal Wonka's Recipes ... Grandpa Joe also responds near the end of the movie ... a final test by Wonka of character) Grandpa Joe threatens to give Slugworth the Everlasting Gobstopper ...
Mr. Wonka - Appearances - 1971 Film Adaptation
... Wonka informs him that the tour is over, politely dismisses him and Grandpa Joe, and disappears into his office without mentioning the promised prize ... Grandpa Joe and Charlie enter the office, where Wonka tells them that Charlie does not get the prize because he broke the rules ... subsequently returns a gobstopper to Wonka that Grandpa Joe thought could be used as revenge, Wonka joyfully tells Charlie that he "won" and begs his guests' forgiveness ...

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