Babe: Pig in the City  



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Babe: Pig in the City (1998)

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Babe, fresh from his victory in the sheepherding contest, returns to Farmer Hoggett's farm, but after Farmer Hoggett is injured and unable to work, Babe has to go to the big city to save the farm.

Director: George Miller
Writers: George Miller, Judy Morris, Mark Lamprell.

Release Date: 1998-11-25
Status: Released
Run time: 92 min / 1:32
Budget: $90,000,000
Revenue: $69,131,860
Production Company : Kennedy Miller Productions
Production Country: Australia
Release Date: 1998-11-25
Status: Released
Run time: 92 min / 1:32
Budget: $90,000,000
Revenue: $69,131,860

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Casts

James Cromwell
as Farmer Arthur Hoggett
Mary Stein
as The Landlady
Mickey Rooney
as Fugly Floom, the Speechless Man in Hotel
Magda Szubanski
as Mrs. Esme Cordelia Hoggett
E.G. Daily
as Babe (voice)
Danny Mann
as Ferdinand / Tug (voice)
Glenne Headly
as Zootie (voice)
Steven Wright
as Bob (voice)
James Cosmo
as Thelonius (voice)
Nathan Kress
as Easy / Tough Pup (voice)
Myles Jeffrey
as Easy (voice)
Stanley Ralph Ross
as The Bull Terrier / The Doberman (voice)
Russi Taylor
as The Pink Poodle / Choir Cat (voice)
Adam Goldberg
as Flealick (voice)
Eddie Barth
as Nigel / Alan (voice)
Bill Capizzi
as Snoop, The Sniffer Dog (voice)
Miriam Margolyes
as Fly (voice)
Hugo Weaving
as Rex (voice)
Roscoe Lee Browne
as The Narrator (voice)
Christian Manon
as Lab Technician
Richard Huggett
as Cop

Crew

Directing George Miller Director
Writing George Miller Screenplay
Writing Judy Morris Screenplay
Writing Mark Lamprell Screenplay
Production Doug Mitchell Producer
Production George Miller Producer
Sound Nigel Westlake Music
Camera Andrew Lesnie Director of Photography
Editing Jay Friedkin Editor
Editing Margaret Sixel Editor
Production Sharon Ross Production Office Coordinator
Visual Effects Allen Hall Special Effects Supervisor
Production Martin G. Wood Associate Producer

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  • Not so good as the first film, Babe: Pig in the City, presents some dark scenes that gonna scare the lovers for the sweetness of the previous picture and could deviate the children of this sequence, but could too interest an audience that like of more dark material. Despite been a good film, Pig in the City, is not a recommendable movie.

  • George Miller, who produced, directed and co-wrote the film, has improved and extended the ideas in "Babe: Pig in the City," instead of being content to copy them. The movie begins with Babe returning in triumph to the farm with his sheep dog trophy.

  • Darker than the original, not for very young kids. Read Common Sense Media's Babe: Pig in the City review, age rating, and parents guide.

  • However "Babe in the City" though decent was a little more average depending more on wild antics along with crazy sets, props, and costumes. "Babe in the City" still had some of the allusions to deeper issues concerning animal rights which made think more of this film than I normally would.

  • So Babe: Pig In The City was dumped, with bad reviews generated probably from people who haven't even bothered to see it. Babe: Pig In The City sees James Cromwell as Farmer Hoggett dumped (down a well) early in the film and the famous sheep-pig heading off to the city with Mrs Hoggett (Magda Szubanski) to earn some money to save the farm.

  • Summary: This sequel takes the three musketeers, Babe, Ferdy and Mrs. Hoggett, on a crusade into the midst of a large city where despite incredible obstacles, they're able to turn enemies into friends, raise enough money to save the farm and combine the two worlds into one.

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