Wallace and Gromit have run out of cheese and this provides an excellent excuse for the animated duo to take their holiday on the moon, where, as everyone knows, there is ample cheese.
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?
Aardman Animations took on Nick Park
in 1985, before he had finished A Grand Day Out. He worked on it part time while still being funded by the National Film and Television School. See more
Wallace paints the same part of the rocket twice. 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.
On the end credits, a framed photograph of Wallace and Gromit changes from time to time, with the stars as a backdrop. See more
On children's television network, Sprout, scene of the cooker igniting the rocket has been heavily edited. The cooker climbs into the rocket, but we do not see him breaking a pipe, spilling rocket fuel, nor lighting the matches, igniting the rocket. The rocket just blasts off with no explanation. See more