Charlie Bucket is a young boy living in a tiny wooden house at the edge of a big city with his parents and four grandparents: Mr. Bucket, Mrs. Bucket, Grandpa Joe, Grandma Josephine, Grandpa George, and Grandma Georgina. No, it belonged to Willy Wonka, one that would allow people to experience a three-course meal just by chewing. The Oompa Loompas then roll Violet to the door, and after seeing where she was going Violet called for help and screamed for Wonka, hoping that someone would heed to her plea to stay on the tour. Well, it is a wonder, but less of one at the chocolate factory. Violet Beauregarde… Directed by Mel Stuart. friend come to her and said \"In order to bring about peace the Beauregarde clan must be destroyed It was February 1, 2005. The scene from Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (1971) in which Violet Beauregarde turns into a blueberry. Most notably, Violet is mostly blue aside from her lips which remain red and some discoloration around her stomach. Violet is claimed to have only one parent, because her dad isn't mentioned or noticed in the film. Although her name was not stated, Violet did say. Violet Beauregarde the worlds first human blueberry. She follows right behind Wonka as he introduces the room to everyone and runs off after he tells everyone to enjoy. Violet blowing a bubble in the Chocolate Room. Chances are over the next few weeks you’re going to end up watching Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. When Charlie asks about her gum habits, she abruptly calls him a loser. Wonka then resurfaces and explains that the same thing has happened to the 20 Oompa Loompas he had tested it on, and that "it's just weird." In contrast to both films and the novel Violet sings a song before becoming a blueberry, The song aptly named "Chew it" is basically just a monologue about Violet's obsession with chewing after which Violet grabs the three course dinner gum from Wonka and chews leading to the second verse where the others gawk at her and she swells into a blueberry after which she is carried off by Oompa Loompas however, in some versions, the song builds to Violet's sticky doom, ending with her being dragged of stage and exploding as a popping sound is heard and in some version confetti is thrown to simulate parts of Violet. She exhibits a more competitive personality than the five other ticket winners, particularly in the 2005 movie, in which her ambitious behavior is greatly expanded to include her participation in sports and martial arts. Violet questions what is happening to her as a dark stain appears on the back of her tracksuit. Wonka states that she seems confident, which brings about an excited look on Violet's face. Violet - The Trouble With BlueberriesViolet Beauregarde, an overly eager young lady of ten years, was enjoying her new gum. The theme that plays when Violet swells up. literally charlie and the chocolate factory but wonka's a fucking demon trying to kill the kids. Based on the 2005 movie and the play adaptation. As Scarlett walks along Violet cartwheels and back-flips after her, seemingly very pleased with her new abilities, even informing her mother that she is now much more flexible. Violet has a minor crush on Mike Teavee, and he may or may not have one on her. After she‘s juiced, she doesn't seem shocked at what had happened to her, instead enjoying her newfound flexibility. And if you do – or even if you don’t – this thread will give you something to think about, a detailed, passionate and beautifully argued piece that says Violet, not Charlie, should have won the chocolate factory. I just adore gum. Wonka cryptically explains that violet has excesses fructose in her fluid sacks which when prompted he revels means she is literally turning into a blueberry. fast, Violet's competitive nature to win the final prize was her only real interest for entering the hunt for the golden tickets. A poor but hopeful boy seeks one of the five coveted golden tickets that will send him on a tour of Willy Wonka's mysterious chocolate factory. Let’s take it a step further—not only did Violet Beauregarde do nothing wrong, but she’s also the true heir to Wonka’s candy empire. Both her parents accompany her to the factory. Her inflation is noticeably more terrifying then the '71 version with blue starting on her nose and creeping over her body. However, the crew was not satisfied with the final product, so they decided to scrap it in favor of CGI, with only parts of Robb's face being unaltered. Scarlett then protests that she cannot have a blueberry for a daughter, as Violet can no longer compete. For Violet as a blueberry, see Violet Beauregarde/Blueberry Gallery. Violet Beauregarde is one of the four main antagonists in the film Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. She claims to be a gum-chewing champion and that she had worked on one wad of gum for three consecutive months, sticking it to her bedknob while asleep and behind her ear while eating. She is just as callous as her mother, labeling everyone else as losers and non-entities. She shows incredible reflexes in martial arts and almost inhuman speed. Violet stares as her hand as her blueberry transformation starts. Listen close, listen hard, the tale of Violet Beauregarde. Violet Beauregarde: I'm a gum chewer mostly, but when I heard about these ticket things, I laid off the gum; switched to candy bars. She is, however, quickly shot down by Wonka who points out that, unlike gum, Gobstoppers are not for chewing. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is an upcoming animated film based on the book of the same name by Roald Dahl. Violet - The Trouble With BlueberriesViolet Beauregarde, an overly eager young lady of ten years, was enjoying her new gum. Violet's main personality trait is that she is insanely competitive, and her life mantra is win at everything no matter what. Explain that the name ‘Beauregarde’ has been made up of two French words meaning ‘pleasant’ and ‘look’. However, this callousness is immediately disapproved of by her mother when they exit the factory. She briefly glances over at Veruca Salt, her female competitor, but is otherwise shown focused on the factory, with her mother telling her to keep her "eyes on the prize." Chewing, chewing, chewing, chewing, chewing, chewing all day Some versions even go so far as to have the Oompa Loompas come on stage covered in blue paint! Directed by Tim Burton. Violet Beauregarde: Because I'd never be a champion, I'd be a loser, like you. She is the first to enter the Chocolate Room, and blows a bubble while staring in awe. The film is produced by Universal Pictures and Illumination Entertainment. She always interrupts people, and possibly does disrespectful things in public like shoving, pushing, and calling others inappropriate names. Wonka grabbed the woman's hand and together they walked through the open gates, turning around to face the crowd as they held their linked hands up in victory. Played 18,969 times. After seeing his daughter's new body, a still unconcerned Mr. Beauregarde begins to make plans to put Violet on the cover of Fruit Monthly much to Violet's protest but he takes no heed and greedily calls his lawyer to make the arrangements. Her clothes are also seen to turn the colour of her blue skin as they become saturated with juice before she starts to swell. Along with the other participants, she listens to Wonka's story about the Oompa-Loompas, watches Augustus get sucked up the pipe (saying "there he goes"), and watches the Oompa-Loompas dance and sing their number. She is the third golden ticket winner and she is a gum chewer. Her brash, vicious personality is thickened by her mother's exceeding vanity and unhealthily strong praise of her daughter. charlie and the chocolate factory, movies, Violet Beauregarde, willy wonka, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory; Follow. Chewing, chewing, chewing, chewing, chewing, chewing all day, She goes on chewing till at last, her chewing muscles grow so. Share. Veruca Salt - Violet and Veruca hated each other from the moment they saw each other. Violet doing karate, showing off one of her many skills. With Johnny Depp, Freddie Highmore, David Kelly, Helena Bonham Carter. Denise Nickerson, who played Violet in "Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory," is living out the last moments of her life, because her family tells us they have just taken her off life support. She‘s mostly seen wearing a light blue tracksuit, with blue and white trainers and socks and a blue zipper heart and watch. Scarlett is extremely competitive, shown with her victories with batons. She doesn't show much excitement compared to the other competitors. As Violet figured out that one of the five kids that visits Wonka's Factory will win a special prize at the end of the tour, she claims that kid was going to be her, as … Unable to resist, Violet pops the strip of gum in to her mouth and begins to chew. Directed by Tim Burton. Violet was the third winner of the golden ticket, and is first introduced when Mr. Bucket reads about her in the newspaper. Her disrespect of authority lead her to flat-out ignore Mr. Wonka's warnings about the Magic Chewing Gum, which lead to her being taken to the Juicing Room, and exiting the factory shortly after. Violet and Veruca pretending to be friends. During her interview, Violet tells the press that the other winners don't matter at all and that she will be the one who will win the secret prize. Nationality Tweet +1. Send. coated it several times and duct taped where it tore. Throughout the tour up until her elimination, she is shown to be close to Wonka whenever he is introducing his factory. And with one great tremendous chew... Tim Burton's Town. Mr. Salt (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory) (20) Oompa Loompa(s) (19) Grandpa Joe (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory) (19) Mrs. Gloop (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory) (13) Include Relationships Charlie Bucket/Mike Teavee (10) Violet Beauregarde/Mike Teavee (7) Charlie Bucket & Willy Wonka (6) Violet Beauregarde/Charlie Bucket (6) She wasn't upset about Violet's fate until she left the factory, upset that Violet had lost, implying that she assumed Violet would still stay on the tour even after becoming a blueberry. Violet continues to stare at her hand as everyone else circles around her. Chewing, chewing all day long 65K People On Facebook Are Praising This Mom For Encouraging Her 2 … Despite this, she’s next seen staring at Veruca and feigning friendship between the two. Notice how despite being blue, her bottom lip is still red. A young boy wins a tour through the most magnificent chocolate factory in the world, led by the world's most unusual candy maker. She brags about her accomplishments, specifically about gum, and boasts about how she was going to win the grand prize, because "I'm a winner a winner." https://charlieandthechocolatefactoryfilm.fandom.com/wiki/Violet_Beauregarde?oldid=9500. Wonka has produced a sample of one of his latest inventions, Gastromolecular Unicellulose Mouthmosh (AKA G.U.M. Cut a hole in the bottom and top for her head and body. However, unlike the novel and 1971 film, she’s mean to Charlie (more than Augustus was), and goes so far as to call him a "loser". He explains that the gum always goes wrong during the dessert, and that the blueberry pie was the culprit. Willy Wonka: [about Violet grabbing the gum] I'd rather you didn't. Her competitive nature was the cause for her fate. This article is about the 2005 film character, you might be looking for the original character. Difficulty: Easy. Violet with her new third, seemingly-permanent and flexible form. She has little degree of bearability, and becomes annoyed with Veruca's constant demanding to her father. Grandpa Joe then notes that Violet is swelling up, and Charlie announces that it's like a blueberry as Violet's cheeks swell up, turning her pupils bright blue. The transformation sequence was initially done similar to the 1971 version, with AnnaSophia Robb being placed in a suit that inflated. WONKA: Ten thousand gallons an hour. In theatrical adaptations, Violet's role was originally identical to her role in the 1970s film. Violet's butt doubles in size, causing Violet to stare at it in shock. We're also on Instagram and tumblr. Her mother does not seem to care about this predicament happening to Violet herself, but that her daughter can no longer compete, and asks Wonka about the subject. It was the second and most popular of his irreverent, darkly comic novels written for children. In an surprising act of concern, Mr. Beauregarde begins to scream that his daughter has exploded while an unconcerned Wonka assures him she has simply burst her bubble. There's still one or two things that … During the ticket search, she temporarily laid off gum and switched to Wonka Bars, keeping the aforementioned wad stored behind her ear in the meantime. The untold events of the chocolate factory. Immediat… Violet Beauregarde is a character in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Portrayed by She just happened to wear a blue tracksuit the day of the tour, and during the tunnel scene one of the first scenes is a blue light shining over Violet. For that, she's earned a world record which she happily boasts about. She’s rolled to the juicing room by a team of Oompa-Loompas but isn’t seen again, and there is a twist as Mr. Wonka said she might explode. In the 1985 video game based off of the book, a level involves the avoiding of blueberries thrown by Violet. In response to the 2005 film, Violet now tends to be a combination of the two versions (with her mother both hushing her gum chewing habit while secretly encouraging it). Violet Skies. Like. They declare that even though she has no talent she has now achieved her dream of becoming the biggest celebrity of all time and that now she is blue everyone will know who she is. In the book she is called Miss Violet Beauregarde and is considered a lady in spite of her bad manners. She even tries to break the world record on how long she chews the gum, which she boasts to have beaten her very best friend. In the 2005 version, at the request of director Tim Burton, the filmmakers combined real footage of Robb with digital effects in order to increase the overall size of the blueberry rather than just the width (as depicted in the novel), as well as for the scene of Violet and her mother leaving the factory. One of my favorite food concepts in a work of fiction (a beloved book and movie, in this case) comes from Charlie And The Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl. When Wonka first shows up, she asks who he is and looks at him awkwardly. Exercise ball, Newspaper, flour and water. It wasn't actually her gum, something that would have been unheard of before her trip to the chocolate factory. Miles City, Montana, and was played by the late Denise Nickerson and was a girly girl. She loves gum, although more to see how long she can chew it than to enjoy its flavor or to freshen breath. However things go slightly wrong when Violet hit's the dessert: blueberry pie and ice cream. She was named after a color in French which is another name for the color ". She with the Oompa Loompas is also the only one present during her song in the 1971 film. Violet is also shown to be very aloof and antisocial, which is displayed when she quickly alienates herself from Wonka by telling him in no uncertain terms that she will be the winner of the special prize at the end, as well as steal candy from Charlie while calling him a loser when he asking her an honest question. Hearing this, Scarlett runs off to help Violet, who is stuck in the Inventing Room door and calling out for her mother. 12-year-old Veruca Salt, along with her father, Rupert Salt, had come out of the chocolate factory that was owned by mysterious chocolatier Willy Wonka. Like her friend Veruca, Violet won't take no for an answer – at least when it comes to gum. Mrs. Beauregardeis the mother of Violet Beauregardeand is a supporting character in the novel and a minor antagonist in the 2005 film. He is friends with Veruca Salt's father, Henry Salt on the boat ride. Videos – Watch different Violet videos from the Violet Beauregarde Fan Site’s very own YouTube account Activities – Gives you links which will redirect you to the Warner Brothers Charlie and the Chocolate Factory website, with games, and activities Violet Quotes - Page of quotes said by Violet in BOTH Movies & in the new Musical Throughout the movie, Violet never interacted with Augustus, Grandpa Joe, the parents of the other kids or Mike. She unleashes her temper on her unseen mother, her father and twice on Veruca Salt. Chewing, chewing all day long. Denise Nickerson, who has died aged 62, was a child actress who was picked, aged 13, to play the part of Violet Beauregarde, the gum-chewing know-it-all who blows up into a … Violet does not have a father in her life in the. Once she is in her finished blueberry form, Violet's head, feet, and hands are sucked into her. Violet Beauregarde: Because I'd never be a champion, I'd be a loser, like you. The two glance at each other in a way that implies some animosity and that they both intend to outlast the other in the bid to win the special prize. In some versions Violet is carried back on stage to sing a humiliating song whilst in others the Oompas and her mother sing whilst Violet is absent, having exploded into goo only moments ago. When Violet became a blueberry, she’s significantly bigger than in the original movie. Violet is last seen leaving the factory with her mother. He then orders Oompa Loompas to take Mr. Beauregarde to the Juicing Vat to retrieve Violet's pieces and repair her before she ferments. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. She tastes such flavors as tomato soup, roast chicken, potatoes, and gravy, fizzy orange, and cheese and crackers. The make-up that had been used on her for the film had apparently seeped into her pores and started to resurface (which, she jokingly remarks, prevented her from getting any dates at that school). Storyline The world is astounded when Willy Wonka, for years a recluse in his factory, announces that five lucky people will be given a tour of the factory, shown all the secrets of his amazing candy, and one will win a lifetime supply of Wonka chocolate. It tells the story of Charlie, a destitute child who wins a golden ticket to tour the mysterious and magical chocolate factory … A young boy wins a tour through the most magnificent chocolate factory in the world, led by the world's most unusual candy maker. The Character Quotes / Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005) / Violet Beauregarde. Violet chews gum obsessively and boasts that she has been chewing the same piece "for three months solid", a world record which Violet proclaims was previously held by her best friend Cornelia Prinzmetel. Violet –Charlie & The Chocolate Factory I’m a gum chewer normally, but when I heard about these ticket things of Mr Wonka’s, I laid off the gum and switched to candy bars in the hope of striking it lucky. Her personality in the modern adaption is more detailed. It is unknown if this incid… She encounters Charlie Bucket for the first time when she grabs an apple he was reaching out towards and stares at him. Violet Beauregarde's Final Smash references her elimination in both Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, but she retains her white skin tone when her Final Smash ends, unlike in the latter film, where she was violet when she returned to normal. 2. 10/31/2012. 1 Plot 2 Characters 3 Cast 4 Scenes 5 Songs 6 Rating 7 Trivia 8 Soundtrack 9 Production 10 Release 11 Transcript 12 Gallery Willy Wonka - the eccentric owner of a candy factory. She’s athletic and has a vicious competitive streak, having won 263 trophies and medals in various events ranging from martial arts competitions, to gymnastics, to swimming and to gum-chewing contests; she’s a junior champion and world-record holder in the latter. Acquired Taste Teas - Online shopping only, store is closed to the public. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory has frequently been adapted for other media, including games, radio, the screen, and stage, most often as plays or musicals for children – often titled Willy Wonka or Willy Wonka, Jr. and almost always featuring musical numbers by all the main characters (Wonka, Charlie, Grandpa Joe, Violet, Veruca, etc. Violet Beauregarde has been described in the novel as a \"beastly girl.\" She has a tendency to disrespect her parents, occasionally snapping at them with phrases like, \"Alright, Mother! A prosthetic of Violet's face used during production. Chewing, chewing all day long But everyone (including her father) is still surprised; due to her girth, and before she can waddle too far, she‘s lowered to the ground by the watchful Oompa-Loompas. It was February 1, 2005. In each version, Violet Beauregarde is the third of the five children to find one of Willy Wonka's exclusive Golden Tickets, the second of two girls to win a Golden Ticket, as well as the second to be kicked off the tour due to disobedience of Wonka's orders. Wonka then attempts to warn Violet about the gum's side effects, however Violet ignores him, declares that she is not afraid of anything, and begins to chew the fresh gum. In the theatrical shows, her song is called "Chew It", which talks about her love of chewing gum and how it's her lifelong dream to chew the same stick all her life. Samuel 'Sam' Beauregarde is the father of Violet Beauregarde and the wife of Mrs. Beauregarde. 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