From the archive
This film was last shown on 23 August 2019
Friendly piglet Babe finds himself on Mr Hoggett’s farm. He soon gets to know all the animals that live there and discovers his unusual talent for communicating with sheep. His gentle approach and friendly manner soon see him take control, under the spotlight and competing against the very best sheepdogs! The film won the Oscar for Best Visual Effects in 1996.
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