Britain's second animated feature, which, despite the title and Disney-esque animal animation, is in fact a no-holds-barred adaptation of George Orwell's classic satire on Stalinism, with the animals taking over their farm by means of a revolutionary coup, but then discovering that although all animals are supposed to be equal, some are more equal than others...
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Did You Know?
Despite being rated G in the United States this film is considered dark and violent for children since in 1954 this film was released 30 years before the PG-13 rating existed. See more
When Old Jones grabs the dynamite out of the box, he has three sticks in each hand, but when he puts his hands together a seventh stick appears from nowhere. Then, when he lights the fuse, there are twelve sticks in the pile. See more
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And that night the pigs drank to Boxer's memory, in the whisky they had bought with Boxer's life.