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He's back. But this Babe doesn't have the same charm. Good to see Mickey Rooney back on the screen again.
PIG IN THE CITY
| "Dogs look up to us, cats look down on us
and pigs look on us as equals."
--Attributed to Winston Churchill
|Cast: Magda Szubanski, James Cromwell, Mary Stein, Mickey Rooney, and the voices of E.G. Daily, Gleanne Headly, Steven Wright, James Cosmo, Stanley Ralph Ross, Danny Mann, Roscoe Lee Browne.
Director: George Miller. Producer: George Miller, Bill Miller, Doug Mitchell. Screenplay: George Miller, Mark Lamprell, Judy Morris based on "The Sheep-Pig" by Dick King-Smith. Cinematography: Andrew Lesnie.
Music: Nigel Westlake.
|Babe: Pig in the City, the sequel to the Academy Award® -winning hit Babe, is the continuing story of a lovable and precocious pig named Babe who thinks he is a sheep dog. When Babe journeys from his country farm to a faraway storybook city in a quest to help his "humans," he encounters an incredible assortment of new animals and learns through his city adventures how a kind and steady heart can heal a sorry world.
The first Babe was honored with seven Academy Award® nominations in 1995 including Best Picture and won the Oscar for Best Achievement in Visual Effects. The film also won a Golden Globe Award for Best Picture (Comedy or Musical) from the Hollywood Foreign Press Association and was named Best Picture by the National Society of Film Critics.
|In the film 78 year old Mickey Rooney stars as a clown with a circus monkey act.
ABOUT MICKEY ROONEY
The honorary Oscar® is one of the industrys highest awards, seldom given and, then only to legends. Past recipients include Charlie Chaplin, Gary Cooper, Cary Grant, Henry Fonda and Sir Laurence Olivier. In 1983, it was given to Mickey Rooney (Fugly Floom).
Babe: Pig in the City. © 1998 Universal Studios
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