Peter and the Wolf

Peter and the Wolf Rating: U 7+ 5+

3.2423 out of 5 1135 Votes (Members)
32 mins

Set to Sergei Prokofiev's classic orchestral composition, this Oscar-winning animated version of Peter and the Wolf contains all the ingredients of the timeless folk tale. There's the vast snowy field where Peter mustn't stray, the little Russian shack that he calls home, and of course, the hairy, big bad wolf. But British animator Suzie Templeton has brought her version alive with some memorable additions. A bad tempered fleabag of a cat and an affectionate pet duck are Peter's comrades at home, while the streets beyond his front door are full of grown-up terrors.

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  • I realy liked Peter and the Wolf, the wolf was very creepey and the music was outstanding

    Sam (12)


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  • Corum, 11

    4 out of 5
    Corum, 11
    2017-02-20 21:48:21

    This film was about a boy called Peter, his two friends a goose and a magpie and a wolf. The wolf tried to get them. I liked it when the cat fell into the water because it was funny I didn't like it when the cat was scared of the wolf I liked this film because I laughed all the way through.

  • Ruby, 9

    3 out of 5
    Ruby, 9
    2017-02-20 21:44:25

    This film is a stop frame animation set in Russia. A Young boy called Peter disobeys his elderly relative by stealing some keys to enter the wild world. He had two best friends, a goose and a magpie.

    I liked the bit when the fat cat fell into the ice-cold pond - it was funny. I didn't like the bit where the two mean men beat Peter up and chucked him in the bin - it was so sad. My favourite character was the goose - he was so cute and funny.

    It wasn't really good but it wasn't really bad either.

  • Jay, 10

    4 out of 5
    Jay, 10
    2017-02-20 21:38:04

    This film is about a boy called Peter who disobeyed his elderly relative Peter lived close to the woods but was not allowed to go and explore them. In order to do that he had to steal some keys when his relative was sleeping. Peter had two friends, a goose and a magpie. Whilst Peter was in the woods he met a terrifying wolf.

    I liked the part when the goose was sliding about on the frozen lake because it was funny and cute. I disliked the part where Peter was getting beaten up because it was violent and I felt sorry for him.

    My favourite character was the goose because it was really cute and funny.

    I really enjoyed this film.

  • Dylan, 9

    4 out of 5
    Dylan, 9
    2017-02-20 21:20:19

    A boy called Peter had two friends that were a goose and a magpie. Peter disobeyed his father and stole keys from him to lead him into a wild wood where a savage wolf lived. I liked the magpie because he was funny. I disliked the wolf because he went for the goose and the magpie and scrammed Peter. My favourite character was the magpie because he was super funny.

  • Iwan, 11

    4 out of 5
    Iwan, 11
    2017-02-20 21:15:33

    A boy called Peter embarks on an adventure way more serious than he expected. He encountered a wolf who harmed Peter. The wolf fled and Peter was then on the road for revenge. I liked the part when the fat cat was relaxing on a tree. The part I disliked was when Peter was beaten up and thrown into a dumpster. My favourite character was the fat cat because of how fat it was.

  • Melissa, 11

    2 out of 5
    Melissa, 11
    2017-02-20 21:07:39

    This film is an animation set in Russia and it's about a boy called Peter. In the beginning of the film Peter got bullied by these boys. His best friends are a goose and a magpie. They have both injured themselves. My favourite character is the cat because he is fat and he fell into the ice - it was really funny. I really didn't like the bit where the people put Peter in the bin/dumpster.

    I didn't really like the film because it scared me a bit.

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