A Bank Holiday is coming up and Wallace and his dog Gromit are looking for something to do. Their plans are interrupted when they discover that they are out of cheese. In a moment of inspiration, Wallace decides to combine the two and travel to a natural source of cheese: the moon.
Join the ultimate human-canine team as they blast off in a homemade rocket to see if the moon is really made of cheese.
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Did You Know?
Wallace uses Duck matches to light the fuse on the rocket, a reference to swan matches. See more
The packaging of the Crackers packets change color between being moved from the kitchen into the rocket. When upstairs, the packets are orange and the "Crackers" writing has white text against a black background. Before take-off, it is black writing against a gray background. See more
Eeh, these bank holidays. It's a problem to decide. Tell you what, Gromit lad!
[Gromit suddenly awakens
Let's have a nice hot cup of tea, hmm?
[walks out of the room
Kettle should've boiled by now.
At the end of the credits, we see the ball which Wallace kicked continuing to float upwards. See more
On the children's television network Sprout, the scene of the robot igniting the rocket has been heavily edited. The robot climbs into the rocket, but we do not see it breaking a pipe, spilling rocket fuel, lighting the matches, or igniting the rocket. The rocket just blasts off with no explanation. See more
Referenced in Flushed Away