The 3rd and final of the Short film trilogy.
This here is the third Wallace and Gromit short film.
This was aired 2 years after the previous one.
Has the same style as in "Wrong Trousers" If you like Sheep then this
one would be recommended to you. Cause there's a lot of sheep in this
The story involves Gromit and Wallace encounter a small Sheep named
Shawn. And a mystery of a sheep Napping crime involved.
Even contains another human character in it besides Wallace. Which is a
woman, which Wallace has a crush on.
Has a few good moments to it as well. Even large looking backgrounds
too. And plenty of sheep with wool to last you for more than a year.
It's yet another fine Wallace and Gromit film to see..
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this movie is so cute. its incredible what you can do with playdough.
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funny kids movie.
I just love Wallace & Gromit, the little dog Gromit is especially cute.
They are awesome and they are very interesting..
Warning, shameless laughing out loud will happen.
This short film is a classic example of fun for all the family. I have not
found anyone who dislikes any of the series which just proves the talent of
Nick Park and his team at Aardman.
I didn't know which of the 3 Wallace & Gromit films to comment on but I
chose this one for one piece of it that I don't think I will ever forget.
You have the rocket building scene in "A Grand Day Out" and the train chase
scene in "The Wrong Trousers" and these are both excellent but not my most
memorable. The one I will remember involves the Thunderbirds scene when
Wallace is transported from his breakfast table to his motor bike when he
gets a window cleaning job. It is a well thought of idea on how he is
transported which is very nicely animated. To top that though, you get
Gromit coming in through a door which is only probably 5 feet away from
where Wallace started with the most beautiful expression on his face. When
you next watch it, just look at the face which tells its own story, a kind
of eyes raised to the heavens on the amount of time it probably took to
build the contraption to get an end result of moving a few feet. Pure class
and congratulations should rightly go to all the animators
It is these little touches that make the series so watchable and so