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Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit (2005).

Coming Out at 15 September 2005 in theaters

“The Curse of the Were-Rabbit”

Animation, Adventure, Comedy

Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit is stop-motion animated supernatural comedy film produced by Aardman Animations in partnership with DreamWorks Animation. United International Pictures distributed the film in the United Kingdom, and it was the last DreamWorks Animation film to be distributed by DreamWorks Pictures in the United States. It was directed by Nick Park and Steve Box as the second feature-length film by Aardman after Chicken Run (2000). The movie was released in Sydney, Australia on 4 September 2005, before being released in cinemas early in Australia on 15 September 2005, the United States and Canada on 7 October 2005, and in British cinemas in the United Kingdom a week later on 14 October 2005.

The Curse of the Were-Rabbit is a parody of classic monster movies and Hammer Horror flicks and also serves as part of the Wallace and Gromit series, created by Park. The film follows good-natured yet eccentric cheese-loving inventor Wallace and Gromit, his intelligent mute dog in their latest venture as pest control agents, as they come to the rescue of a village plagued by rabbits before an annual vegetable competition.

Tottington Hall’s annual giant vegetable competition is approaching with the coveted Golden Carrot as its prize. Wallace and Gromit provide a humane pest control business, “Anti-Pesto”, protecting the townspeople’s vegetables. One evening after capturing rabbits found in Lady Tottington’s garden, Wallace devises a plan to turn them against vegetables by using his latest invention, the “Mind Manipulation-O-Matic”, to brainwash them. All goes well until Wallace accidentally kicks the machine’s switch into “BLOW,” and one rabbit gets stuck to Wallace’s head, causing their minds to fuse before Gromit cuts the power. However, the transfer appears to have worked, as the rabbit shows no interest in vegetables. They name the rabbit Hutch and place him in a cage.

Directors: Steve Box, Nick Park

Writers: Steve Box, Nick Park, Mark Burton, Bob Baker

Stars: Peter Sallis, Helena Bonham Carter, Ralph Fiennes, Peter Kay, Nicholas Smith, Liz Smith


Peter SallisWallace / Hutch (voice)
Ralph FiennesVictor Quartermaine (voice)
Helena Bonham CarterLady Campanula Tottington (voice)
Peter KayPC Mackintosh (voice)
Nicholas SmithReverend Clement Hedges (voice)
Liz SmithMrs. Mulch (voice)
John ThomsonMr. Windfall (voice)
Mark GatissMiss Blight (voice)
Vincent EbrahimMr. Caliche (voice)
Geraldine McEwanMiss Thripp (voice)
Edward KelseyMr. Growbag (voice)
Dicken AshworthMr. Mulch (voice)
Robert HorvathMr. Dibber (voice)
Pete AtkinMr. Crock (voice)
Noni LewisMrs. Girdling (voice)
Ben WhiteheadMr. Leaching (voice)
Christopher FairbankAdditional Voice (voice)
James MatherAdditional Voice (voice)
William VanderpuyeAdditional Voice (voice)
Nigel PilkingtonVarious

Sources: imdb & wikipedia

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