Babe (1995)

The Sheep Password

Rex (Hugo Weaving) convinces the sheep to give him the sheep password in order to save Babe (Christine Cavanaugh) and help him in the competition.

Directed by Chris Noonan.

Released in 1995 by Universal.

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  • character-type: Animal
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  • primary-genre: Children and Family
  • primary-genre: Sci-Fi and Fantasy
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  • prop: Walkie Talkie
  • setting: Farm
  • setting: Field
  • setting: Living Room
  • theme: Diversity
  • theme: Humility
  • theme: Communication
  • theme: Adversity
  • actor: Tina Lifford
  • actor: Michelle Davison
  • actor: Karen Gough
  • actor: Julie Forsyth
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  • actor: Jane Alden
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  • actor: Gennie Nevinson
  • actor: Marshall Napier
  • actor: Rosanna Huffman
  • actor: Maeve Germaine
  • actor: Kerry Walker
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  • director: Chris Noonan
  • producer: Catherine Barber
  • producer: George Miller
  • producer: Daphne Paris
  • producer: Philip Hearnshaw
  • producer: Doug Mitchell
  • producer: Bill Miller
  • cinematographer: Andrew Lesnie
  • composer: Nigel Westlake
  • editor: Jay Friedkin
  • editor: Marcus D'Arcy
  • costume-designer: Roger Ford
  • production-designer: Roger Ford
  • role-name: Chairman of Judges
  • role-name: Valda
  • role-name: Old Ewe
  • role-name: Sheep
  • role-name: Country Woman
  • screenwriter: Dick King-Smith
  • screenwriter: Chris Noonan
  • screenwriter: George Miller
  • year: 1995
  • studio: Universal