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Gordy (1995)

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

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Cast overview, first billed only:
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 ...
Camera Assistant
Sandra Dorsey ...
Maxine
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Storyline

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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The talking pig who made it big! See more »


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12 May 1995 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Gordy: O Porquinho Herói  »

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$3,992,809 (USA)
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1.85 : 1
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Trivia

Most crewmembers involved with the film never did anything else in filmmaking after the release of "Gordy." See more »

Goofs

During the scene where everyone is going to the processing plant in the limo, they drive by the same group of mail boxes numerous times. See more »

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[first lines]
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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That's a Lie
Written by Doug Stone, Randy Boudreaux & Sam Hogin
Performed by Doug Stone
Published by That's A Smash Publishing, Inc. (BMI), Thanxamillion Music (BMI), Tree Publishing Company,
Inc. (BMI)
Produced by James Stroud
Co-Produced by Doug Stone
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It was sorta funny.
17 September 2014 | by (Dillydale, baby!) – See all my reviews

The opening of the movie was kinda boring, so I thought it would be not so good at first, but in the end, it was really funny. I rated this 6/10 about 40 minutes after watching the beginning of the movie because it was getting funnier, but when it got to where Gordy fell in the swimming pool, I decided to change it to an 8/10. When Gordy fell in a swimming pool to save a little boy, I literally laughed my butt off watching Gordy swim. That was the funniest scene I ever saw in this movie. Gordy's voice kinds reminds me of Andy Barclay from Child's Play and Child's Play 2. Gordy's a brave piglet who saved his family from a slaugther house, most piglets would be scared of one. If you're gonna call anything a ripoff, it'd be Spider's Web: A Pig's Tale (It was so unspeakably awful, I couldn't last 3 minutes after it. It's a hobo's version of Gordy) or one of South Park's top 10 worst episodes where they ripped off the whole plot by making 4 retarded idiots with annoying voices saving baby cows from a slaugther house (That too, is a hobo's Gordy).


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