Chicken Run

Chicken Run
Chicken Run

Year

2000

Duration

84 minutes

Genres

Animation

Language

English

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Synopsis

All is not well on Tweedy's chicken farm. Led by the plucky Ginger and ably abetted by American interloper Rocky, the chickens are on the verge of a revolution - because the evil Mrs Tweedy is planning to turn them all into pies! This good-natured animated film tips its hat to several classic escape movies, most obviously The Great Escape, but ploughs a furrow all its own in which chickens knit, fly planes, hatch plans and eventually make their longed-for exit. Cracking stuff.

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