Hello me really like the books by Ronald Dahl but my favorite book is Charlie and the chocolate factory it's a pity that this is the moment in the book the reaction was among the children who left the factory and then found out that Charlie himself got the factory who was happy for Charlie who was not happy for Charlie
What's on your mind?
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I was watching some reviews of bad movies when I found one on the 2020 "The Witches" movie and then I just got hit with nostalgia when I realized "wait, this is an adaptation of the BOOK The Witches?? My favorite Roald Dahl book??"
Then I just remembered when I used to read these a lot at school. So many memories.
My favorites were always The Witches, George's Marvelous Medicine, and The Twits.
Have a good day, all that may be reading this post! (unless you're secretly a serial killer or something-)
🏳️⚧️🏳️🌈 Just imagine if all the Roald Dahl book and film series has lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or intersex characters and families.
Hello! im glam, a HUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUGGGGGEEEEE dahl fan! ive read all the books!! :D
Anyways, this is probs my new favorite wiki
(Be aware, the following information is from Wikipedia so take it with a pinch of salt).
According to what I've read, the original ending of the 1990 adaptation of "The Witches" actually was based on the book ending; 'Luke' staying a mouse and he and his Grandmother getting ready to go and hunt down the rest of the witches with Luke been content at his shortened lifespan because he didn't want to be with anyone else. This ending was also apparently filmed and finished as it's said that Roald Dahl did see it and the scene moved him to tears.
However, test audiences weren't happy and so the ending was changed to a happier one where one witch becomes good and changes Luke back into a human - much to Dahl's anger when he saw it.
Question is, if this is indeed true, do you think this scene still exists?
If so (and much like how the 1986 version of Little Shop of Horrors later included its original ending in place of the happy ending), do you think there should be a future DVD/Blu-Ray release with the original ending intact?
Here's the bit where I read about the original ending: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Witches_(1990_film)#Production
A video by HeadphonesUK - an Autistic YouTuber from Brighton as, with the recent release of a new adaptation of The Witches, he's decided to do a full movie retrospective of all the films adapted from Roald Dahl's children's stories.
If you're interested, HeadphonesUK also has done two other Roald Dahl related videos in the past; the first been his "Top 10 Roald Dahl Books" and the second been an "Old vs. New" of the Cosgrove Hall and Steven Spielberg adaptations of "The BFG".
Be sure to check those out on his channel if you're interested.
And now, onto his retrospective:
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Does anyone know of a Matilda audiobook read by a male narrator that would talk to the characters? Ive heard it before, I think on youtube, but can't for the life of me find it again.