Mother Goat and her seven children live in a tree in the woods. At school the kids are warned by their teacher to beware of the "big bad wolf", who loves to eat little goats. One day when their mother leaves the tree to do some errands, the wolf shows up, sees seven tasty little morsels up in the tree and sets out to use every trick he knows he make them his next meal.
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Released in the U.S. as The Big Bad Wolf (1966), one of a small handful of films distributed by Barry Yellen's Childhood Productions in 1966, each a hastily dubbed U.S. premiere of a foreign language film, including Snow White and Rose Red (1955) ginal title: Schneeweisschin und Rosenrot], The Christmas That Almost Wasn't (1966) and Cinderella (1955) ginal title: Aschenputtel]. All of the English song scores were released as original sound track albums on RCA Camden Records, long out-of-print vinyl releases that command high prices today. See more