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Directed by Steve Box, Nick Park

United States, United Kingdom 2005 85 mins. In English

Eccentric inventor Wallace and his cunning dog Gromit have launched a humane pest control business. When called upon by the dotty Lady Tottington to solve her rabbit infestation problems, Wallace tangles with her Ladyship’s would-be suitor, rotten cad Victor Quartermaine. When their new pest-control device malfunctions with disastrous results, Wallace teeters close to disaster and Gromit faces almost insurmountable odds to save the day. The first full-length Wallace and Gromit film from the Aardman studio—dazzling with wit and invention—won the Oscar for Best Animated film along with dozens of international awards.



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