A talking pig named Gordy becomes involved in a quest to save his family from the slaughterhouse.

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Doug Stone ...
Luke McAllister
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Jinnie Sue McAllister
James Donadio ...
Gilbert Sipes
Deborah Hobart ...
Jessica Royce
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Cousin Jake
Michael Roescher ...
Hanky Royce
Tom Key ...
Brinks
Jon Kohler ...
Dietz
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Krugman
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Henry Royce
Louis Rukeyser ...
Himself
Dennis Letts ...
Governor
Toshio Ogawa ...
Mikko Kokoyaki
Kyle Weir ...
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Sandra Dorsey ...
Maxine
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This is the story of a talking cute piglet named Gordy, who gets involved in a big quest to save his family from the slaughterhouse, where no pigs have ever returned. And it's all up to him to find and save them before they get turned into sausage! Written by Anthony Pereyra <hypersonic91@yahoo.com>

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One pig's family has been kidnapped, so he's off to the big city to find them. He's got two friends and one secret weapon...He can TALK! See more »


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12 May 1995 (USA)  »

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Gordy: O Porquinho Herói  »

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$3,992,809 (USA)
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The movie poster features a skyline of the city of St. Louis, though none of the film was actually filmed there. See more »

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When Hanky and Gordy escape from the school bus to climb aboard the feed truck, they do so through the side emergency exit. Not only does no alarm sound when this happens, it is closed in the next shot once they are aboard the truck. See more »

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Narrator: Nestled in the heartland of America, there's a place called Meadow Brook Farm. And on this farm, there lived a happy pig family. A father pig, a mother pig, and six little pigs.
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Wishbone
Written by Kim Williams & Randy Boudreaux
Performed by Doug Stone
Published by Tree Publishing Company, Inc./Thanxamillion Music (BMI)/Cross Keys Publishing Company (ASCAP)
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Produced by James Stroud
Co-Produced by Doug Stone
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A very low-quality movie
10 April 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I gave this movie 3 stars because my (very young) kids seemed to enjoy it, but I really cannot understand how anyone could compare this favorably to Babe the Pig. Babe is a sensitive, entertaining, and even intelligent movie. Gordy is nothing like it. Gordy is cheap, boring, and insulting to anyone with a modicum of intelligence. The acting is poor, the writing predictable, and the hairstyles drove me crazy. It really looked like it was made in 1985 instead of 1995. In contrast, Babe has such a timeless quality about it. My kids don't really like Babe, I assume, because it goes at a slower pace and is not so flashy, but I'm sure that once they are older, they will enjoy it much more than Gordy. Gordy just has no substance. If you are looking for something that you can enjoy with your children, this is not it!


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