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Jean Walton 1 year ago
Better than 99 percent of feature films-with a perfect mute villain. Gloves are scary now.
Dominique Bosman over 4 years ago
This short-film stays brilliant after watching a hundred times. Adorable characters.
Dan Strong over 6 years ago
Have you seen... this CHICKEN???
Kenneth Chisholm over 6 years ago
A warmly silly British caper film parody.
Hiram Soto 3 months ago
India Glavey 1 year ago
Sandra Padilla almost 2 years ago
Giovanni D'Ippolito over 2 years ago
Dan over 2 years ago
Richard Sebastian almost 3 years ago
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Tyler Richardson over 3 years ago
Chris Weiss over 3 years ago
İlke İzgi over 3 years ago
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Ryan Anderson over 3 years ago
Donald Hartshorn almost 4 years ago
The Wrong Trousers is a 1993 animated film directed by Nick Park at Aardman Animations in Bristol, featuring his characters Wallace and Gromit. It was his second half-hour short featuring the eccentric inventor Wallace and his quiet but intelligent dog Gromit, following 1989's A Grand Day Out, and preceding 1995's A Close Shave. As in A Grand Day Out, the 30 minute film uses sight gags and exaggerated physical comedy, as well as a few subtle film parodies. Voice acting is the sole duty of Peter Sallis as the voice of Wallace, as both Gromit and Feathers McGraw remain silent throughout. The film premiered in United Kingdom on 26 December 1993 and won the 1993 Academy Award for Animated Short Film. The film begins at 62 West Wallaby Street on Gromit's birthday. After falling downstairs from his bed via a trapdoor in the ceiling, Wallace (voiced by Peter Sallis) is greeted with a large pile of bills. Meanwhile, Gromit subtly attempts to remind Wallace that it is his birthday. After...
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