'They're turning blue as well! Willy Wonka: [ to Mrs. Beauregarde] I've tried it on, like, twenty Oompa-Loompas and each one ended up as a blueberry. It is unknown what her current actions with her blueberry daughter are, but it is assured that violet iz still chewing chewing all day long. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. CHARLIE: She'll pop! When last seen Scarlett is leaving the factory with a now blue violet who is highly excited about her new flexibility. Her body was swelling up and changing shape at such a rate that within a minute it had turned into nothing less than an enormous round blue ball – a gigantic blueberry, in fact – and all that remained of Violet Beauregarde herself was a tiny pair of legs and a tiny pair of arms sticking out of the great round fruit and little head on top. They all become blueberries. “Good heavens, girl!” shrieked Mrs. Beauregarde suddenly, staring at Violet, “what’s happening to your nose!” “Oh be quiet, mother , let me finish!” said Violet. She is highly annoyed by Violet's rudeness and unlady-like behaviour. MRS. TEEVEE: Stick her with a pin. Mrs.Beauregardeunknown. It's just weird! Roald Dahl Wiki is a FANDOM Books Community. Willy said awkwardly "All aboard!" She is of a linked-mind to her, exclusion to her daughter's chewing. 'Your whole nose has gone purple!' Violet Beauregarde (born December 8, 1993) is the daughter of former baton champion Scarlett Beauregarde and the winner of the third golden ticket. “It’s turning blue!” screamed Mrs Beauregarde. However, Mrs. Beauregarde is shown to be concerned about … 'They're turning blue as well! said Violet. Violet, you're turning violet, Violet! She has immaculately styled blonde hair, wide, doll-like eyes and an almost permanent huge smile, making her look a little like an Uncanny-Valley human Barbie doll. 'Your cheeks!' She is portrayed by actress Missi Pyle. In the inventing room, after Mr. Wonka presents his new three-course dinner chewing gum, Mrs. Beauregarde allows Violet to chew the gum with a look of smug pride; she even encourages Violet to keep chewing, even after Mr. Wonka protests, but her pride quickly turns to shock when Violet turns into a blueberry. Mrs Beauregarde (Ms Beauregarde in the 2005 Tim Burton film) is the mother of Violet Beaurgarde. Voiced by. Mrs. Beauregarde: But I can't have a blueberry as a daughter. She lay back on her purple pillows and the same thing kept repeating in her head. Scarlett is extremely competitive, shown with her victories with batons. screamed Mrs Beauregarde. Mrs Beauregarde is only briefly seen in the 1971 film trying to control Violet during her interview, only to be hushed up by her daughter. After she found one of the tickets, she went right back to gum. Violet Beauregarde is a fictional character from the Roald Dahl novel Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and the subsequent film adaptations. Violet screamed, Mr. Beauregarde could only watch in horror as his daughter turn into a blue berry. se's a bitch and very cocky. She’s thin and has pale skin with blonde hair and green eyes. Your whole face is turning blue!' I directed this project as well as helping out with character modelling and animation, such as modelling the Oompa Loompa and Mrs Beauregarde among others. The gum doubles as a three-course meal which is composed of tomato soup, roast beef and baked potato, and blueberry pie and ice cream. 'Mercy! “Mercy! Violet explains that she chewed one piece of gum for "Three Months Soiled! She wears tracksuits all the time and dresses exactly like her daughter, showing that she is a … shrieked Mrs Beauregarde suddenly, staring at Violet, 'what's happening to your nose!' WONKA: It happens every time! Scarlett is nearly identical to Violet, having the same features and always wearing the same clothes as her daughter, but taller. AnnaSophia Robb. Scarlett staring in horror at her daughter's predicament. He is described in the … Scarlett also appears to be rather cowardly as when Violet begins to turn blue she backs away from her daughter along with the others rather than attempting to help her daughter. ordered Mr Beauregarde. In the novel Mrs. Beauregarde is a minor supporting character and Violet's long-suffering mother who constantly disapproves of Violet's excessive chewing habit. “Your nose is turning blue as a blueberry!” . Willy Wonka : [to Mrs. Beauregarde] I've tried it on, like, twenty Oompa-Loompas and each one ended up as a blueberry. How is she supposed to compete? Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is a 1964 children's novel by British author Roald Dahl.The story features the adventures of young Charlie Bucket inside the chocolate factory of eccentric chocolatier Willy Wonka.. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory was first published in the United States by Alfred A. Knopf, Inc. in 1964 and in the United Kingdom by George Allen & Unwin 11 … In the 2005 film, she was played by Missi Pyle and is called Scarlet Beauregarde. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. 'It's turning blue!' Veruca Salt: You could put her in a county fair! She is portrayed by actress Missi Pyle. She is shown to be extremely neurotic as she attempts to flirt with Wonka to ensure her daughter's victory. Scarlett Beauregarde is the callous and neurotic stage mother of Violet Beauregarde from the 2005 film Charlie And The Chocolate Factory. said Violet, still chewing away. I'll break you for this. However despite this, Mrs. Beauregarde shows a slight hint of concern when Violet becomes stuck in the inventing room door and she rushes to help her daughter. Willy Wonka: [to Mrs. Beauregarde] I've tried it on, like, twenty Oompa-Loompas and each one ended up as a blueberry. https://charlieandthechocolatefactoryfilm.fandom.com/wiki/Scarlett_Beauregarde?oldid=9568. then everyone got in but when I was about to Vanessa did and sat next to Charlie so I got in the very back, and so did Willy as he sat down. screamed Mrs Beauregarde. Willy Wonka [edit | edit source] Violet does seem to respect Willy Wonka as she hugged him. As far as her mother knew, Violet Beauregarde would remain blueberry blue for the rest of her life. Scarlett is extremely competitive, shown … 'Oh, be quiet, mother, and let me finish!' Even her hair is changing colour! Scarlett Beauregarde is Violet's callous neurotic stage mom. 'Spit that gum out at once!' WONKA: Like a blueberry. 'The girl's going blue and purple all over! Scarlett showing off her baton collection. She is the third winner of the Golden Ticket, and the second child to meet her endgame at Wonka's factory. 'Your mother is right!' The family tries to hide this spell's existence as they cope over time, but the only way to lift the curse is through a consensual kiss from someone who cares for her back. However, Mrs. Beauregarde is shown to be concerned about the fact that Violet can no longer compete, and she even contemplates putting Violet in a county fair at Veruca’s suggestion. Mr. and Mrs. Beauregarde The Beauregardes, unlike their chatty daughter, are quite a quiet couple. It's as though I'm chewing and swallowing great big spoonfuls of the most marvellous blueberry pie in the world!' “Oh, be quiet, mother, and let me finish!” said Violet. It is hinted that the 2005 version is a single parent, as her husband is never mentioned nor seen and the fact that she appears to flirt with Mr. Wonka several times. 'It's turning blue!' Because her husband is not present in the picture, she was a single mother raising her daughter, fueling her competitive and proud personality, and treating her with a coach-and-athlete relationship rather than a motherly one. Please! Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Wiki is a FANDOM Movies Community. Mrs. Beauregarde said "You don't say." Violet Beauregarde is one of the four main antagonists of the 2005 film. 'Good heavens, girl!' Violet Beauregarde is a playable main character in LEGO Charlie and the Chocolate Factory The Video Game.. She is the Junior World Gum Chewer and second child touring the Willy Wonka Chocolate Factory to be eliminated. This was a group project for my Previsualization and Motion Capture unit at university (second year). https://roalddahl.fandom.com/wiki/Scarlett_Beauregarde?oldid=26290. She could now see how beastly she had been before and she felt so bad that it was too late to fix it. 'Your cheeks!' So is your chin! Violet seems to have a good relationship with her mother because she always encourages Violet to win. So is your chin! She and Mr. Beauregarde then accompany Violet to the juicing room and when last seen both are leaving the factory with a now blue Violet. Save us!” yelled Mrs. Beauregarde. ", and that was a world record. Call a doctor! He mentions Charlie Bucket and his pets, Tom and Jerry were running all the way to the Bucket's little house to his grandfather, but sees lights inside the Factory, Spike with his son Tyke were then telling him about the weird things that is going on in the factory then states "Nobody goes in, and nobody comes out", as they were heading out wit… As a blueberry, Violet is significantly different than how she was, as s… . Samuel "Sam" Beauregardeis the husband of Scarlett Beauregarde and father of the third ticket winner Violet Beauregarde. Save us!' Mrs. Beauregarde showing off her baton trophy, Mrs. Beauregarde with her daughter, Violet, Mrs. Beauregarde is the mother of Violet Beauregarde and is a supporting character in the novel and secondary antagonist in the 2005 film. 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 clai… However, this changes when Violet remains permanently blue. WONKA: Oh, well, I'll get it right in the end. In the 2005 film Mrs. Beauregarde is a textbook example of a stage mother/soccer mom, which is an example of a parent who deliberately attempts to live his or her dreams through his or her children; for instance, Mrs Beauregarde is a former Baton champion, and now gains the thrill of victory through her daughter, who she even dresses like herself. Unlike her novel counterpart, Mrs. Beauregarde strongly encourages Violet's gum-chewing. In fact, they don't even really make much of a scene until Violet's demise in Chapter 21. She appears in the first storyline episode Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory and then finally Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Mrs Beauregarde is first seen during Violet's interview that takes place after Violet has won the third golden ticket during which it is shown that Mrs Bearegarde and her daughter both dress identically and have matching hair styles … When the two leave the factory, Mrs. Beauregarde's attitude has completely changed to disapproval, humiliation and embarrassment, as she tells the now blue Violet that even though she is more flexible, she is still blue. screamed Mrs Beauregarde. [Mrs. Beauregarde gasps] [Mrs. Beauregarde runs up to Blueberry Violet, who is stuck in the door] Blueberry Violet: Mother, help me. In the novel Charlie and the Chocolate Factory he and his wife accompanied Violet and in the 1971 film he is called Sam Beauregarde, but in the 2005 Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, his wife is with their daughter at the factory. Scarlett however is less impressed coldly telling her daughter that she is still blue implying that she will give up coaching her daughter and act like a mother in the future. After an incident, a witch places the new child of the Beauregardes under a spell: by day, she is normal, but as soon as the sun sets, she transforms into a human blueberry. Mrs. Beauregarde [edit | edit source] Mrs Beauregarde is Violet's mother. She disapproved of her daughter's chewing gum habit in the novel, but in the 2005 film, she strongly encouraged it until the end of the film. It is heavily implied that all of Violet's traits were inherited from her. "How do we get the air out of her?" Scarlett Beauregarde is Violet's callous neurotic stage mom. screamed Mrs Beauregarde. During the interview in their spacious trophy room, Mrs. Beauregarde is seen glorifying Violet's many accomplishments all while glaring at Violet with a sort of neurotic obsession, and even tells her to smile more as she is representing her (although this is a deleted line). Scarlett is nearly identical to Violet, having the same features and always wearing the same clothes as her daughter, but taller. . On the day of the tour Mrs. Beauregarde again shows her neurosis when she tells Violet to keep her eyes on the prize just before they enter the factory and again when she gives Violet a strange grin after she introduces herself to Wonka. In the film, she accompanied her overconfident and arrogant daughter to the factory, unlike in the 1971 version when Violet was accompanied by her father. MR. BEAUREGARDE: You've really done it this time, haven't you, Wonka. [Mrs. Beauregarde helps Oompa Loompas push Blueberry Violet through door] Violet B  eaur  egarde: [after stretching into a pretzel shape] Look mother, I'm much more flexible now. Violet Beauregarde's mom in the 2005 version of the movie. But let's start at the beginning. 'What do you mean?' Whilst in the chocolate room, Mrs. Beauregarde shows just how far she is willing to go to win when she tries to flirt with Wonka most likely to improve Violet's chances of victory. Violet is intrigued and eager to try it out, despite Wonka's protests, snatches and chews the gum. On the day of the tour, Mrs Beauregarde accompanies her husband and daughter to the factory, but doesn't really say much until the inventing room where she and her husband show a slightly glory hungry side when they briefly encourage Violet's chewing habit as she tests the three-course meal chewing gum, but this is quickly expunged when Violet turns into a blueberry and she demands that Violet be turned back. She‘s mostly seen wearing a light blue tracksuit, with blue and white trainers and socks and a blue zipper heart and watch. I thought and he said "Did you know that chocolate gives off endorphins that make you feel in love. Your whole face is turning blue!' shouted Mr Beauregarde. MR. BEAUREGARDE: Somebody do something! she is rude like her daughter violet and they both are bitches. Scarlett does however show some hint of parental instinct when Violet is stuck in the inventing room doors as she runs to help her daughter and push her along. “It’s turning blue!” screamed Mrs. Beauregarde. yelled Mrs Beauregarde. 'Your nose is turning blue as a blueberry!' In the inventing room, after Mr. Wonka presents his new three-course dinner chewing gum, Mrs. Beauregarde allows Violet to chew the gum with a look of smug pride; she even encourages Violet to keep chewing, even after Mr. Wonka protests, but her pride quickly turns to shock when Violet turns into a blueberry. 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