Peter and the Wolf

Peter and the Wolf Rating: U 7+ 5+

3.2419 out of 5 1141 Votes (Members)
Duration
32 mins
Year
2006
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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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  • Taylor, 7

    1 out of 5
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    Taylor, 7
    Date
    2017-03-14 12:58:26

    it was good because the characters were really funny and espeshilly the animals

  • Fleur, -1

    5 out of 5
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    Fleur, -1
    Date
    2017-03-14 12:33:52

    it is very boring and it has no speaking in it NO ONE WHATCH THIS IT IS BORING

  • Hollie, 10

    1 out of 5
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    Hollie, 10
    Date
    2017-03-14 12:28:50

    well it was borning and lame and there was no words and no action

  • Verity, 6

    5 out of 5
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    Verity, 6
    Date
    2017-03-09 16:56:25

    Love duck and cat and the boy and liked the dad and I didn't like the wolf and I liked the cat climbing the tree and I liked the wolf trying to eat the cat and the dads house in the film. The end

  • Reuben, 7

    3 out of 5
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    Reuben, 7
    Date
    2017-03-09 16:48:49

    It was quite a short movie but I liked it and I liked the duck/goose.

  • Farrah , 11

    4 out of 5
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    Farrah , 11
    Date
    2017-02-27 08:16:30

    This film is set in Russia and is a stop-frame animation.

    There is a young boy called Peter and he is getting beaten up. He has a best friend who is a goose.They meet a magpie whose fur is as black as night and sadly it can't fly. They then went into a mysterious wooden door and as they walked in they saw a forest with a massive pile of sunlight - it looked amazing as it sparkled when they walked through the door. They then met a wold and that's when things got really interesting...

    I liked the part when the funny cat fell into the ice and freezing cold water - he looked so frozen and cold. I disliked the part when the bird couldn't fly. He was trying but nothing was happening.

    I loved this film because it was mischievous and exciting to watch and the boy was really curious.

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