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UNSTABLE FABLES: 3 PIGS AND A BABY

What to know: When three pigs are the target of a team of wolves who plan to infiltrate the house of bricks, they find a wolf cub on their doorstep.
KIDS FIRST ENDORSED UNSTABLE FABLES: 3 PIGS AND A BABY is in the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival - it may not be a regular, endorsed title
Recommended age 8-12
76 minutes
DVD
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"It was great" "It was funny seeing the wolf grow up with the pigs." "The effects were fantastic with the motorcycles and the fan and everything." "The wolves are trying to blow the brick house down and devise a plan of planting a baby wolf as a spy on their doorstep. Very clever." "Some violence is shown in the way the head wolf treated some of the other wolves at times but it is funny and no one seems to get hurt." "The sound effects made it more real, like the sound of the motorcycles." "The effects made the video more interesting like when the baby messes his diapers and the wolf blows the houses down." "One good part is when the wolves were trying to convince Lucky that he was a wolf."
An animated twist on the classic tale of the Three Little Pigs. The pigs are targeted by a team of wolves when they take in an abandoned wolf cub found on their doorstep. The cub grows up with the pigs and is unaware of his lineage. Excellent production. Clever storyline. Lots of action. And, definitely designed for an older child audience.
When three pigs are the target of a team of wolves who plan to infiltrate the house of bricks, they find a wolf cub on their doorstep. Lucky grows up with the pigs not knowing his history or the choice he will have to make about the family that raised him.
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