Tales from the Crypt (1989–1996)
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The Third Pig 

An animated horror version of the Three Little Pigs story. When the third pig is tried and convicted for the murder of his two brothers by a wolf jury, he builds a zombie Frankenpig to take out his revenge on the actual murderer.

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Cast

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Crypt Keeper / Narrator (voice)
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Big Bad Wolf (voice)
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Dudley / Bailiff Wolf (voice)
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Smokey (voice)
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Drinky / Zombie Pig (voice)
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Police Chief Wolf / Bartender (voice) (as Cory Barton)
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Judge Wolf (voice)
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An animated horror version of the Three Little Pigs story. When the third pig is tried and convicted for the murder of his two brothers by a wolf jury, he builds a zombie Frankenpig to take out his revenge on the actual murderer.

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19 July 1996 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

Despite the live intro and outro, this is the only Tales from The Crypt animated episode. See more »

Quotes

Frankenswine: [after Dudley attempts to kill him] Little pig, little pig stop stabbing my head, you can't kill what is already dead!
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Soundtracks

Tales from the Crypt Theme
Composed by Danny Elfman
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Meat on the cloven hoof
24 January 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Imagine The Three Little Pigs retold as Mary Shelley's Frankentein. The final episode of TALES is a cartoon drawn in the modern, fractured style, with huge gobs of gore and violence. The big bad wolf manages to kill and consume two of the pigs, so the third decides to create a Frankenpig to seek vengeance. Nothing goes as planned, naturally. This is not a kids' cartoon, and it is worse than anything ever seen on FAMILY GUY. Bobcat Goldthwait provides the voice of the wolf. Everything is spoken in rhyme, except the wolf doesn't do too well in that area. Agsin, this is most definitely not for the kids. And most adults may need to think twice before watching this as well.


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