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Peter and the Wolf

Peter and the Wolf
Peter and the Wolf

Year

2006

Duration

32 minutes

Genres

Animation, Family, Short Films

Language

No Dialogue

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Set to Sergei Prokofiev's classic orchestral composition, this Oscar-winning animated version of Peter and the Wolf contains all the ingredients of the timeless folk tale. There's the vast snowy field where Peter mustn't stray, the little Russian shack that he calls home, and of course, the hairy, big bad wolf. But British animator Suzie Templeton has brought her version alive with some memorable additions. A bad tempered fleabag of a cat and an affectionate pet duck are Peter's comrades at home, while the streets beyond his front door are full of grown-up terrors.

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