Babe (1995)

That'll Do Pig

Babe (Christine Cavanaugh) uses his manners and polite persuasion to move the sheep to the pen, winning scores of 100 from all of the judges.

Directed by Chris Noonan.

Released in 1995 by Universal.

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  • actor: Karen Gough
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  • actor: Roscoe Lee Browne
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  • actor: John Doyle
  • actor: Mary Acres
  • actor: Marshall Napier
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  • director: Chris Noonan
  • producer: Catherine Barber
  • producer: George Miller
  • producer: Daphne Paris
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  • producer: Doug Mitchell
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  • cinematographer: Andrew Lesnie
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  • screenwriter: Dick King-Smith
  • screenwriter: Chris Noonan
  • screenwriter: George Miller
  • year: 1995
  • studio: Universal