When Wallace and Gromit go over to wash windows, Wallace falls in love with a wool store owner named Wendolene. Meanwhile, Gromit is framed for killing sheep and is put in jail. So with help from the sheep and Wendolene, Wallace must get him out of prison. Written by
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When Wallace is getting his gear on, the music was meant to link the scene with Thunderbirds
(1965), whenever the Traceys were getting ready for action. See more
When Shaun is being washed in the basement, the Knit-O-Matic malfunctions and switches the setting from "Wash" to "Light Shave". After Wallace tells Gromit to do something, you can tell by the lights on the settings that the Knit-O-Matic is still programmed to "Wash". When we see Preston's point of view from where he is hiding a few seconds later, the Knit-O-Matic is once again programmed to "Light Shave". See more
[seeing Preston operate a replica of Wallace's Wash-O-Matic
Where'd you get that from? That's MY machine! I've got patent pending on that!
After the credits and the Aardman logo is shown, we hear sheep bleating. See more
References Crime and Punishment
Wallace and Gromit Theme
(uncredited) See more