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Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit


Featuring an animated short film before the feature! Pre-show activities will be hosted bythe staff of Mildred & Dildred Toy Store starting at 9:15am.

Daffy inventor Wallace and his cunning canine, Gromit, have launched “Anti-Pesto” – a humane pest control business that deals with annoying varmits without actually harming them.

“This clay-animation comedy adventure … dazzles with its sheer audacity and inventiveness.” – Andrew Sarris, New York Observer

Our dynamic duo are called into action because it’s time for the annual Giant Vegetable Fete, and it’s vitally important that the extra large carrots are protected from hungry bunnies. With their help of their crazy new invention, the Bun-Vac 6000, Wallace and Gromit are working overtime to keep their small English town safe from the ravenous rabbits who want to chomp on the prized vegetables. Everything seems under control until the unexpected appearance of the dreaded giant Were-Rabbit, which sends the town into a tizzy. Will Wallace’s inventions and Gromit’s good sense save the day? The first full-length Wallace & Gromit film from Aardman Animation (creators of Chicken Run), The Curse of the Were-Rabbit is a delightful claymation comedy/adventure filled with fun, scares (well, nothing TOO scary) and endless imagination. (Dir. by Steve Box & Nick Park, 2005, UK/USA, 85 mins., Rated G)

Thanks to our community partner for this film, Pima County Health Department!