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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Did You Know?
When Wallace is getting his gear on, the music was meant to link the scene with Thunderbirds
(1960), whenever the Traceys were getting ready for action. See more
The porridge gun shoots at Wallace, and some of it lands on the wall. In the next shot, the porridge is gone. See more
Sign on wall of wool shop
[there's a wool shortage
WOOL RATIONING TWO BALLS PER PERSON
After the credits and the Aardman logo is shown, we hear sheep bleating. See more
Referenced in Bring It On: Cruise
Wallace and Gromit Theme
(uncredited) See more