Wallace & Gromit - The Curse of the Were-Rabbit

Wallace & Gromit - The Curse of the Were-Rabbit

Director: Steve Box, Nick Park Cast: Peter Sallis, Ralph Fiennes


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Eccentric inventor Wallace (voice of Peter Sallis) and his faithful if often perplexed dog Gromit are back in their first feature-length adventure from animator Nick Park. Wallace and Gromit have launched a new business venture just in time for a major gardening competition in their neighborhood of West Wallaby. "Anti-Pesto" is a humane pest-relocation service in which Wallace and Gromit capture rabbits and other critters who have been eating the produce from local gardens and give them new homes somewhere else. Business has been going well, and when the woman hosting the garden show, Lady Tottington (voice of Helena Bonham Carter), discovers a massive tribe of rabbits has been making a mess of her garden, she calls in Wallace and Gromit to move the bunnies elsewhere. Wallace is quite taken with Lady Tottington, but he's not the only one -- Victor Quartermaine (voice of Ralph Fiennes) is a slick but arrogant upper-class type who wants to win Lady Tottington's hand (and fortune) and is convinced he can do a better job capturing the rabbits than Wallace. However, Wallace's attempts to brainwash the rabbits away from veggies using his latest invention has disastrous results, and soon Wallace has to deal with a beastly bunny as well as a heavily-armed Quartermaine. Wallace and Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit followed Park's previous film with the duo, A Close Shave, by ten years, and was produced after Park broke through to mainstream success with the feature Chicken Run.

Product Details

Release Date: 06/04/2019
UPC: 0191329085646
Original Release: 2005
Rating: PG
Source: Dreamworks Animated
Time: 1:25:00
Sales rank: 6,063

Special Features

Cracking commentary; Deleted scenes; How Wallace & Gromit went to Hollywood; Behind the scenes of The Curse of the Were-Rabbit; A day in the life at Aardman; How to build a Bunny; Stage fright

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Peter Sallis Wallace
Ralph Fiennes Victor Quatermaine
Helena Bonham Carter Lady Campanula Tottington (Voice)
Peter Kay PC Mackintosh
Nicholas Smith Reverend Clement Hedges
Clement Nicholas Smith Reverend Hedges
Liz Smith Mrs. Mulch
John Thomson Mr. Windfall (Voice)
Mark Gatiss Miss. Blight (Voice)
Vincent Ebrahim Mr. Caliche (Voice)
Geraldine McEwan Miss. Thripp (Voice)
Edward Kelsey Mr. Growbag (Voice)
Dicken Ashworth Mr. Mulch (Voice)
Robert Horvath Mr. Dibber (Voice)
Peter Atkin Mr. Crock (Voice)
Noni Lewis Mrs. Girdling (Voice)
Ben Whitehead Mr. Leaching (Voice)
Christopher Fairbank additional voice
James Mather additional voice
William Vanderpuye additional voice
Gavin Greenaway Conductor

Technical Credits
Steve Box Director,Screenwriter
Nick Park Director,Producer,Screenwriter
Bob Baker Screenwriter
Joe Bale Editor
Will Becher Animator
Terry Brain Animator
Matthew Bristowe Producer
Darren Burgess Animator
Mark Burton Screenwriter
Stefano Cassini Animator
David Mc Cormick Editor
Jennifer Duffy Casting
Michael Elson Executive Producer
Alison Evans Animator
Joe Fenton Animator
Geoff Foster Sound Mixer
Zoe Golezowski Production Manager
Alastair Green Art Director
Danny Hambrook Sound/Sound Designer
Jerold Howard Animator
Claire Jennings Producer
Giles Johnson Production Manager
Fabrice Joubert Animator
Cecil Kramer Executive Producer
Phil Lewis Production Designer
Begona Lopez Producer
Peter Lord Producer
Alasdair MacCuish Producer
Peter Muyzers Consultant/advisor
Julian Nott Score Composer
Tristan Oliver Cinematographer
Angharad Owen Editor
Gregory Perler Editor
Matt Perry Art Director
Pascual Pérez Porcar Animator
Dana L. Ramsay Animator
Dave Alex Riddett Cinematographer
Michael Rose Executive Producer
Carla Shelley Producer
Lizzie Spivey Production Manager
David Sproxton Producer
Jason Wen Animator
Lee Wilton Animator
Hans Zimmer Score Composer

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Wallace & Gromit - The Curse of the Were-Rabbit 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 14 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Not only the kids, but the adults found lots to laugh and enjoy in this film. I've enjoyed their other short videos in the past, and it was great to, now, get my kids to love it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very good animated cartoon. Funny and entertaining for all ages.
Guest More than 1 year ago
For anyone who's been waiting patiently since the release of the Wallace & Gromit shorts The Wrong Trousers, A Grand Day Out, and A Close Shave, this is a fantastic film, thoroughly enjoyable for all ages (the gags for the kids and the smarts for the adults). Though I'm not a big fan of Chicken Run, this was a pleasure. Wallace is a cheese-loving inventor, accompanied by his non-speaking but eye-brow spectacular loyal dog Gromit. The two are now in the business of pest-control, ridding the neighborhood of rabbits and the like, before the grand vegetable contest. Even Gromit is growing prized veges. However, they're not just the most technologically advanced pest-controllers but the most humane. Everything is swell ... until one night when they discover a were-rabbit who begins terrorizing gardens across town. Everyone is fearful of their potentially prize-winning veges for the Harvest Fair, and Wallace is lovestruck with Lady Tottington and hunted by the jealous ex Victor Quartermaine (voiced by Ralph Fiennes). Fun for all!
Guest More than 1 year ago
It was really good. I have watched the trilogy since I was three years old. I'm so glad they decided to make a movie! W and G rules!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a thoughtful mix of humor, horror and vibrant storytelling, as well as a masterpiece of stunning claymation.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Do not see this it is a giant bore fest!! See it if you like wasting mony and sleeping for an hour and thirty minutes!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Wallace and Gromit are wonderfully British, and this is the best children's movie I have seen in a long time. It lacks the hidden 'issues' of Shrek or Finding Nemo (discovering that beauty is only skin deep learning to let go) but provides 'cracking' entertainment nonetheless.
Guest More than 1 year ago
My 3 year old, my mother-in-law, my husband and me went to see it together and we all enjoyed it. My daugther actually watched the movie. She can't get enught of Gromit. Great family movie.
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