Babe

Babe
Babe

Year

1995

Duration

89 minutes

Genres

Family

Language

English

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Synopsis

Babe is no ordinary pig - having been brought up alongside collies on the Hoggett Farm, he's mastered all the arts of the sheepdog, sparing him the mysterious fate of his relatives. But he's not the only animal in the barnyard with a personality: Ferdinand the duck wants to be a rooster, and Rex the sheepdog doesn't like sheep. As well as being fantastic entertainment with its cast of talking animals, there's a subtly delivered message to this delightful movie about not simply accepting your apparent role in life.

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