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
From the Oscar-winning creator of A Grand Day Out and The Wrong Trousers.
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Did You Know?
In a radio interview, director Nick Park
said that Wallace's references to Wensleydale cheese in this film unintentionally saved a small British cheese-maker from bankruptcy. Interest in the cheese was sparked by the film, and one of the few makers of Wensleydale suddenly found itself with numerous requests for it, thereby saving it from financial ruin. See more
When Gromit climbs up the ladder during the motorbike chase, he places the base in the sidecar. When he grabs the cables, Wallace grabs the base of the ladder as it rises; after they finish the spin, Wallace places the foot of the ladder in front of him. See more
Won't you come in? We were just about to have some cheese.
Oh no, not cheese. Sorry. Brings me out in a rash. Can't stand the stuff.
Not even Wensleydale?
After the credits and the Aardman logo is shown, we hear sheep bleating. See more
Wallace and Gromit: Theme and Chase
(uncredited) See more