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Peter Ostrum as Charlie Bucket, with Gene Wilder as Willy Wonka, on the set of "Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory" in 1971.
It's all treehouses and toilet humour.
But Roald Dahl's agent persuaded him to make Charlie Bucket white.
Author Roald Dahl once said, "a little magic can take you a long way." Fittingly, these clothes inspired by the author's stories are pure magic. British clothing brand Boden has brought the beloved ch...
If only they made these in adult sizes.
One hundred years ago, a man named Roald Dahl came into the world. Born in Wales in 1916, he ascended to literary fame in the 1940s, producing some of the most recognizable children's literature of ou...
I read Dahl's complete adult works when I was about 12 years old. It was completely, utterly and totally inappropriate for my impressionable mind, because most of Dahl's adult short stories were about S.E.X. (as I pronounced it in 1988).
We're not gobblefunking around.
There is something distinctly magic about Roald Dahl’s children’s books -- his beloved The BFG no exception -- and this July, director Steven Spielberg will bring the grotesquely lovable giant to life...
Fans of Roald Dahl’s classic children’s novel The BFG have been treated to the first trailer released for the film. The trailer shows young orphan Sophie spotting the BFG during the ‘witching hour’ an...