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It is because it plumbs deeper than the book, to create something as rare as the perfect short story- the perfect fable

It is because it plumbs deeper than the book, to create something as rare as the perfect short story- the perfect fable. All great fables teach us something about life- and that is what BABE does so splendidly. Indeed, life and goodness shine through beautifully in this film.

James Cromwell (Actor), Chris Noonan (Director), George Miller (Director), Magda Szubanski . Book Depository Books With Free Delivery Worldwide. Box Office Mojo Find Movie Box Office Data.

James Cromwell (Actor), Chris Noonan (Director), George Miller (Director), Magda Szubanski (Actor) & 1 more Rated: G. Format: VHS Tape. But after farmer Hoggett (James Cromwell) suffers from a farming accident, Mrs. Hoggett, a naive portly woman, is left to work the ranch alone. It's not long before the bank comes knocking. Desperate to save her farm from foreclosure, she accepts an offer for Babe to perform his sheepherding abilities at an overseas state fair.

James Cromwell was perfect as farmer Hogget. Audible Download Audio Books. AudiobookStand Discount Audiobooks on Disc. I didn't eat pork (even bacon) for years after seeing the film.

It is because it plumbs deeper than the book, to create something as rare as the perfect short story- the perfect fable.

James Cromwell (Actor), Magda Szubanski (Actor), Chris Noonan (Director) & 0 more Rated . Not because you can see it- I often prefer books to movies, because I create all the scenes in my imagination.

James Cromwell (Actor), Magda Szubanski (Actor), Chris Noonan (Director) & 0 more Rated: G. Format: DV. It is because it plumbs deeper than the book, to create something as rare as the perfect short story- the perfect fable.

Babe:Directed by Chris Noonan.

Actors: James Cromwell, Magda Szubanski, Christine Cavanaugh, Elizabeth Daily, Mickey Rooney. Directors: Chris Noonan, George Miller. Writers: Chris Noonan, George Miller, Dick King-Smith, Judy Morris, Mark Lamprell. Producers: Barbara Gibbs. Babe:Directed by Chris Noonan. Produced by George Miller (The Mad Max Trilogy). This is a amazing, live-action barnyard fable from Australia. This film pushes the envelope on both Animatronic Effects and Family Storytelling.

Sold by Better Books and Bargains. Actors: James Cromwell, Magda Szubanski, Christine Cavanaugh, Miriam Margolyes, Danny Mann. Condition: Used: Very Good. Directors: Chris Noonan.

Directors: Chris Noonan. Dick King-Smith, George Miller. Actors: James Cromwell, Magda Szubanski. Writers: Dick King-Smith, George Miller. Genres: Comedy, Drama, Family.

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Samuhn
I am a film buff, who never had much interest in children's films, because they were either cloying, patronizing, or incredibly manipulative. This one is different. This film does what any great film should do-involve you in the many layers, subtexts and subtleties of the film. While many would say, well, its just a story about a pig- I say-quite wrong! I am always attracted to the well-constructed story, and yes, this film is better than the book. Not because you can see it- I often prefer books to movies, because I create all the scenes in my imagination. It is because it plumbs deeper than the book, to create something as rare as the perfect short story- the perfect fable. All great fables teach us something about life- and that is what BABE does so splendidly. Indeed, life and goodness shine through beautifully in this film. And truth- BABE does not shrink from showing us reality. It seems to be such a little story- and its not. Yet, it is highly enjoyable, and it is even more rewarding for adults than children-although it is a perfect family film. I cried buckets when I saw this film in the theater, because it brought back memories of my childhood, when a lonely girl created an imaginary landscape of talking animals in the forest. The film appealed to me on so many levels, though. Move over Les Enfants du Pardis- BABE is now my favorite film, and I highly recommend this film to you. END
Punind
This was such an unexpected delight when I saw it in the theater for the first time. I fell completely in love with Babe and Fly and Maa and Ferdinand-the-duck-that-wanted-to-be-a-rooster. James Cromwell was perfect as farmer Hogget. I didn't eat pork (even bacon) for years after seeing the film. A really great combination of real-life action and animation...and the editing process must have been Herculean in scope. A brilliant film, I picked this as my favorite for best picture of 1995 over the gruesome and violent Mel Gibson opus which won that year. This was a much more memorable effort which I have enjoyed many times since, and one which I think will endure longer than any of the other films from that year...oh yeah, loved the mouse chorus as well!
Baa-ram-ewe..."Christmas means carnage"! and "Beware the bad cat bearing a grudge".......
from earth
There are so many ways this movie could have gone wrong: gooey sentimentality, awful performances, thick moralism, slipshod special effects, silly music. Happily, in my view, everything in this movie goes exactly right. Beautifully executed, this is a charming fable for kids from one to ninety-two.
Wohald
Well, as usual I used the program for my Poodle as he watches a lot of these movies and I have already seen Babe and my take was it was a vibrant happy film. All the barn animals talk in this film. Babe is a favorite with the farmer and he's determined to show that pigs are important as the rest of his animals. I found nothing I didn't like. It moves right along with all sorts of animal happenings never a dull moment. Fluffy
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Binthars
I forgot how sweet this movie was, and i loved it even better as an adult. Both my husband and toddler loved it too. I love the part when the farmer sings to Babe
Wrathshaper
Every Christmas, a parade of family-oriented DVDs flood stores, some very good, most mediocre and quickly forgettable, but this season, may I suggest a Classic that isn't holiday-oriented, but has more heart and love than you'll find in a stocking-full of themed releases? I strongly recommend 1995's "Babe".

A live-action (enhanced with puppets and animation) tale of an orphaned pig (voiced by Christine Cavanaugh), the understanding farmer who 'adopts' him (James Cromwell, who is FABULOUS!), and the barnyard animals who become his family, the film sparkles from the opening credits until the closing ones, enriched by a warm, wise narration by Roscoe Lee Browne. Chapters are introduced by three of the most lovable mice you'll ever encounter, and the chapter about Christmas, while only a small part of the story, is hilarious (the farm's somewhat paranoid duck, realizing what the main course of the holiday dinner will be, shrieks "Christmas is CARNAGE!").

While most farm-oriented family films tend to be either too juvenile or too cloyingly saccharin, "Babe" never falls into either rut, succeeding in being cute enough to enchant children, and sly enough to appeal to adults...and it is very, very funny, to boot! I dare you NOT to smile when Farmer Hoggett sings and dances for the sick pig, or when Babe does his 'stuff' at the Sheepdog Championship (I, myself, get teary-eyed, but I'm a sentimental kind of guy!)

If you haven't seen "Babe", or are searching for a movie the entire family will enjoy, you can't do better than this!
Shezokha
How can you not like this movie? Whenever you need a sweet pick-me-up to remind yourself of the "good angels" in your life, this is one of those movies to watch. Babe the Pig rocks!
Had the VHS years ago and loved it then. Watched it last week and remembered how wonderful it was! It's got some lessons of life and especially lessons in kindness, and it was just so darned cute! In my opinion, it's very suitable for children as well as adults.