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Roald Dahl photographed in 1976. (Photo: Tony Evans/Getty Images) (Photo: Tony Evans/Getty Images)

Roald Dahl was born in Llandaff, Wales to Norwegian parents. His father, Harald Dahl, co-owner of another successful Norwegian shipbuilding business "Aadnesen & Dahl" with another Norwegian. Before emigrating to Wales, Harald was a farmer near Oslo. In Paris he married a young French girl named Marie; She died after giving birth to her second child. In 1911 he married Sofie Magdalene Hesselberg. Harald died when Dahl was four years old, and three weeks later his sister Astri died of appendicitis. Her family had to sell her jewelry to maintain Dahl at a private school in Derbyshire. When Dahl was 13, he went to a public school called Repton. Let's keep i short and take a look at most famous Roald Dahl's characters' costumes for kids.

James & The Giant Peach

James & The Giant Peach

A gigantic peach discovery of a young child triggers a moving journey at sea in this stunningly designed and surprisingly twisted adventure. A live-action framing device creates the dark but imaginary air that one can expect from a Roald Dahl story when the young British lad James  is orphaned with the death of his family and forced to live with two cruel, repulsive aunts

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Charlie Bucket

Charlie Bucket

Charlie Bucket is the proagonist of Roald Dahl's novel Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and the sequel Charlie and Great Glass Elevator.

He was also the star of the 1971 film adaptation and the 2005 film adaptation. He is the only child that hasn't been spolied.

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Big Friendly Giant

Big Friendly Giant

 The Big Friendly Giant aka BFG is one of Roald Dahl's most beloved characters. Roald's two stories: Danny, the World Champion, and of course The BFG.

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Augustus Gloop

Augustus Gloop

Augustus Gloop is the main character in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (1964). He's a greedy boy obsessed with chocolate.

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Winning Wonka Bar

Winning Wonka Bar

When Willy Wonka opened his first store on Cherry Street, he started making Wonka Bar. They became very popular and soon moved from a small shop to a large chocolate factory where they could mass produce chocolate sticks. The original Fudgemallow Delight, Chilly Chocolate Cream, Triple Dazzle Caramel and Nutty Crunch Surprise were tasted in four different bars. After restarting his factory, Wonka held a special contest, five Golden Tickets were hiden. The children who  found the ticket  in five ordinary Wonka Bars,  won a factory tour, guided by Willy Wonka. Five tickets were found by Augustus Gloop, Violet Beauregarde, Veruca Salt, Mike Teavee and Charlie Bucket.

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Willy Wonka

Willy Wonka

Willy Wonka is an adept writer for the novel Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, the sequel Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator, and the old 1971 and 2005 film adaptations.

The book and film depict a strange Willy Wonka, like the phoenix originating from its creative and eccentric genius. He surprises his other characters with his antiquities, but Charlie likes Mr. Wonka's behavior. In the 2005 film adaptation, Willy Wonka's behavior is seen as more of a sympathetic character mistake, but in the 1971 film adaptation, Wonka told Charlie, em I can't go on forever and don't think about trying. ” To find a sweet child that you can entrust the secret of confectionery. He's smart too.

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Violet Beauregarde

Violet Beauregarde

Violet Beauregarde is one of five children entering Willy Wonka's Chocolate Factory. Played by Denise Nickerson in 1971 and AnnaSophia Robb in 2005.

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Veruca Salt

Veruca Salt

Veruca Salt is a character from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, both in film and theater adaptations. Usually the second Golden Ticket winner (bought through his father's factory workers) and the third child among five (first seven) children to play his last game at the factory.

Veruca is portrayed as a cute and charming girl, but the essence of a spoiled brat. An immature, dictating, overly fond, manipulative, overly selfish, uncompromising, rich, young girl. Stereotypically, Veruca lives in the mansion with her family.

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The Witches

The Witches

The Witches is a children's fantasy horror novel by British writer Roald Dahl. It was published in 1983 by Jonathan Cape in London, with drawings by Quentin Blake (most of Dahl's works). The story tells of the experiences of a young English boy and his Norwegian grandmother in a world where secretly wicked witches hate children, organized in Norway and partly in the United Kingdom.

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Sophie

Sophie from The BFG

Sophie is the protagonist of the novel The BFG and its film adaptations. She is an eight-year-old orphan who is a former prisoner and only family of the BFG and has helped with the imprisonment of the nine Giants.

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Girl's Oompa Loompa

Oompa Loompa Girls

Oompa-Loompas were workers at the Willy Wonka Chocolate Factory, who were imported directly from Loompaland by Willy Wonka.

In the first edition of the novel, these are shown as African pygmies. Following the criticism, in the later editions of the book, they are white-skinned and golden haired.

They come from Loompaland, a district of Loompa.

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Boy's Oompa Loompa

Oompa Loompa Boys

Special Oompa Loompa costume for boys.

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Mr. Twit

Mr. Twit

Mr. Twit was born as a twit. He and his wife, Ms. Twit, were circus instructors when she was young.

In their current lives, playing two loves is tricks to each other. Miss Twit always wants her to know that you're watching her. He does this by putting his glass eye in a glass of beer on Mr. Twit's breakfast table. That'il make Mr. Twit jump all the time.

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Mr. Fox

Mr. Fox

Mr. Fox is one of the fantastic protagonists of Mr. Fox. He stole chicken from Boggis, gesse from Bunce, and apple juice from Bean. The three farmers are trying to kill Mr. Fox, but he dropped his tail. Mr. Fox and his family dug underground to escape from Boggis, Bunce and Bean. Eventually, Mr. Fox continued to steal chickens, gesse and cider, and invited his animal friends to live with his friends in the underground, while the three farmers waited for the rest of their lives.

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Miss Trunchbull

Mrs. Trunchbull 

Mrs. Trunchbull aka Agatha Trunchbull, she is the main enemy of Matilda and the 1996 film adaptation novel. Ms. Trunchbull is portrayed as a large woman wearing her hair in a tight and unforgiving bun. His dress is a tight green trousers with a black belt and a silver buckle. He is a tough, arrogant, psychopathic, extremely cruel educator and a tyrant who is afraid of children, and says he is happy that he is never a child or having fun.

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Matilda

Matilda

Matilda is the main character of the 1988 children's novel of the same name  written by Roald Dahl.

Matilda is an extraordinary prejudiced girl who is extraordinarily intelligent but often abused by her father or neglected by her mother. In retaliation, he jokes such as sticking his father's hat on his head, hiding a parrot to imitate a thief or ghost, and secretly bleaching his father's hair.

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