The Incredible Adventures Of Wallace & Gromit parents guide

The Incredible Adventures Of Wallace & Gromit

Overall A

If you haven't already been introduced to the incredible duo of Wallace and Gromit, than you'll want to track down this DVD featuring British Director Nick Park's first three adventures with the clay animation team of the man-and-his-dog. (Or is it the dog-and-his-man?)

Violence B
Sexual Content A
Profanity A
Substance Use A

Why is The Incredible Adventures Of Wallace & Gromit rated G? The MPAA rated The Incredible Adventures Of Wallace & Gromit G

Run Time: 85 minutes

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The Incredible Adventures Of Wallace & Gromit
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Why is The Incredible Adventures Of Wallace & Gromit rated G? The Incredible Adventures Of Wallace & Gromit is rated G by the MPAA

Overall: A This claymation trilogy stars the lovable bumbling Wallace and his friend/pet Gromit. Featuring the talent of Nick Park, this work of art is a sure bet for the whole family.

Violence: B

A Grand Day Out: Sawhorse collapses while in use. Electric drill goes awry. Man trips through portal. Machine intends to attack character. Man hits head on baseball bat. Force of rocket blastoff blows machine away.

The Wrong Trousers: Characters threaten each other with rolling pin and gun. Handgun is fired multiple times. Toy train crashes into cupboard. Characters confined to closet.

A Close Shave: Knife falls and stabs floor. Machine sprays man with oatmeal. Character pulls on bungee cord attached to dog. Man walks into glass door. Sheep kidnapped. Man carried off in stampede. Man slips on soap. Truck rams through gate. Dog forces master into truck. Truck bumps into car. Sidecar becomes detached from motorcycle, crashes through sign, then falls over cliff. Machine gun fires oatmeal at characters. Characters fall into washing/knitting machine. Small plane boars through wall then crashes. Characters caught on conveyor belt. Character hit with anvil then falls into grinder.

Sexual Content: A Male character shows interest in female character.

Language: A None

Alcohol / Drug Use: A Characters drink a toast using stemware.

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The Incredible Adventures Of Wallace & Gromit
Canadian Movie Rating Info
Province Rating Rating Descriptor
British Columbia Not Rated
Alberta Not Rated
Manitoba Not Rated
Ontario PG
Quebec Not Rated
Martimes Not Rated
Canadian Home Video G

News About "The Incredible Adventures Of Wallace & Gromit"

Cast and Crew

The Incredible Adventures Of Wallace & Gromit is directed by and stars Anne Reid, Peter Sallis.

Home Video

The most recent home video release of The Incredible Adventures Of Wallace & Gromit movie is September 4, 2001. Here are some details…

The Incredible Adventures of Wallace and Gromit

DVD Release Date: 4 September 2001:

Warner Home Video presents The Incredible Adventures of Wallace and Gromit, and introduces a whole new audience to the incredible duo. Director Nick Park and his creative team offer an introduction and commentary for all three short films. Other bonus materials include the Wallace and Gromit Scrapbook, a behind the scenes featurette, trailers, bios, and some samples of Nick Park’s early works. Closed captioning is also provided.

Wallace and Gromit: The Complete Collection is releasing to DVD and Blu-Ray on September 22, 2009. Click here for more details>.

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Nick Park is also the creative genus behind the feature length films Chicken Runand Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit.  He also worked on another series of shorts called Creature Comforts.