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Wallace and Gromit: Curse of the Were-Rabbit

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.

Genres: Stop-Motion Animation

Other Films by Nick Park

Chicken Run

The feature debut from the Academy Award-winning team behind the much-loved Wallace and Gromit shorts is a charming adventure set on a Yorkshire chicken farm. In the prison-like conditions, any chicken who doesn’t make her egg quota can meet a “fowl” fate. Rocky, a Rhode Island Red American rooster who can sort of fly, and

The Short Adventures of Wallace and Gromit

Established in 1972, Aardman Animation vaulted to international affection with the release of A Grand Day Out (1989), the first of Nick Park’s stop-motion films depicting the outsized adventures of stodgy inventor/cheese enthusiast Wallace and his faithful and intellectually superior canine companion Gromit. In addition to Grand Day, this delightful program presents a complete overview of