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Babe (1995) - Trailer

Babe (1995) - Trailer
Year: 1995
Genres: Drama, Comedy, Family
Type: Trailers
Duration: 2M11S
Cast: Hugo Weaving, Daamen J. Krall, Debi Derryberry, Barbara Harris, Tina Lifford, Patrika Darbo, Neil Ross, Courtland Mead, James Cromwell, Ross Bagley, Paige Pollack, Miriam Margolyes, Kimberly Bailey, Kay E. Kuter, Roscoe Lee Browne, Christine Cavanaugh, Charles Bartlett, Justin Monjo, Paul Livingston, Janet Foye, Brittany Byrnes, Danny Mann, Scott Vernon, Mary Acres, Paul Goddard, Nicholas Blake, Antonia Murphy, David Webb, Ken Gregory, John Doyle
Director(s): Chris Noonan

Trailer: Babe (1995)

Babe, a pig raised by sheepdogs, learns to herd sheep with a little help from Farmer Hoggett.

Babe Trailer - Directed by Chris Noonan and starring Christine Cavanaugh Miriam Margolyes Danny Mann Hugo Weaving and Miriam Flynn Babe is a little pig who doesn't quite know his place in the world. With a bunch of odd friends, like Ferdinand the duck who thinks he is a rooster and Fly the dog he calls mom, Babe realizes that he has the makings to become the greatest sheep pig of all time, and Farmer Hogget knows it. With the help of the sheep dogs Babe learns that a pig can be anything that he wants to be.

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Universal - 1995 via Movieclips Classic Trailers

Synopsis:

Gentle farmer Arthur Hoggett wins a piglet named Babe at a county fair. Narrowly escaping his fate as Christmas dinner when Farmer Hoggett decides to show him at the next fair, Babe bonds with motherly border collie Fly and discovers that he too can herd sheep. But will the other farm animals, including Fly's jealous husband Rex, accept a pig who doesn't conform to the farm's social hierarchy?