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The clip Sheep thieves from Babe (1995) with Miriam Flynn, Christine Cavanaugh How lovely, darling. What is it? It's a fax machine. You can send us letters by phone. Hmm. Oh. [ Narrator ] At any other time, the pig would've been tickled pink by his first visit to the sheep fields. But now there was fear in the air. Maa and her kind were under threat. [ Barking ] Hey, Frank, feel like pork for dinner tonight? Young'un, you're alive! Maa! What's happening? Who are these men? I'll get him out. Come around, Sniff! [ Whistles ] Where's our boss? It doesn't seem right. [ Crying ] What's wrong, dear? It's the wrong one! I want the house I saw on the television! Oh, there, there. [ Squealing ] [ Barking ] [ Barking ] Get! Quick! Get the dog in. [ Whistles ] Out of the sheep! Come on! Let's go!
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The clip Sheep thieves Part 2 from Babe (1995) [ Barking ] Good dog. Good pig.
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The clip A tragic days from Babe (1995) with Roscoe Lee Browne, Miriam Flynn [ Bleating ] [ Bleating, Barking ] [ Narrator ] Now the pig understood why the sheep called all dogs wolves. And he was filled with a deep and terrible rage. [ Whimpering ] [ Barking ] [ Maa Groaning ] [ Groaning ] Maa! Maa! Are you all right? Hello, young'un. Oh, Maa, can you get up? I don't reckon. It's over, Maa. The wolves have gone far away. I'll get the boss up here to look after you. You'll be all right. You'll be all right! [ Groaning ] Oh, Maa! Maa! [ Crying ] Maa! Maa! Maa! [ Sheep Bleating ] Maa!
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The clip A tragic days Part 2 from Babe (1995) with Miriam Margolyes [ Sighs ] Home, Pig. [ Narrator ] Fly knew that there was only one fate for any creature that took the life of a sheep on Hoggett Farm. But Fly could never believe that Babe was a sheep killer, so she remained in the field to do something she'd never done before: talk to the sheep. Tell me. Who killed the old one? Wolf! Wolf. Is that the only words you half wits know? Wolf! Are you saying it was a dog? Where's Babe? Was it wolf or Babe? [ Shouting ] Wolf! Babe! [ Narrator ] Farmer Hoggett was carrying something in the crook of one arm. A kind of black, shiny tube. Come, Pig. [ Narrator ] The pig had a vague memory that shiny tubes produced food, and guessed that some quite unexpected surprise would come out of two small round mouths. [ Shouting ] Babe! Wolf! [ Shouting ] Babe! Wolf! Quiet! [ Narrator ] Fly decided to speak very slowly, for it was a cold fact of nature that sheep were stupid and no one would ever persuade her otherwise. Please, please would you be so kind as to tell me what happened?
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The clip A tragic days Part 3 from Babe (1995) with Miriam Margolyes, Roscoe Lee Browne Quiet! Please, tell me what happened this morning. [ Narrator ] The sheep spoke very slowly for it was a cold fact of nature that wolves were ignorant and nothing would convince them otherwise. Babe came! He saved us! The wolves killed Maa. But Babe drove the wolves away! Thank you! Thank you! Thank you all very much! Pleasure talkin' to ya. [ Barking ] [ Barking ] Hooey! Hoggett! Hooey! Arthur! [ Barking ] Oh, there you are! Well, what do you think? That was the police on the telephone. Said there are wild dogs about. Apparently the Mitchells lost six lambs this morning. What are you doing with that gun? Oh, I-- Nothing. [ Sighs ]
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The clip A cat with a grudge from Babe (1995) with Danny Mann, Roscoe Lee Browne [ Laughing ] [ Narrator ] There are many perfectly nice cats in the world. But every barrel has its bad apples. And it is well to heed the old adage, "Beware the bad cat bearing a grudge." [ Thunderclaps ] [ Loud Thunderclap ] How are you feeling? A bit tired. You'll need a good sleep to put you in top condition tomorrow. Don't stay up too late. Good night. [ Yawns ] Good night, Mom. Oh, do forgive me for scratching you, dear.
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The clip A cat with a grudge Part 2 from Babe (1995) with Russi Taylor, Christine Cavanaugh I got a bit carried away. It's a cat thing. Oh. Well- [ Chuckles ] But oh-- Feeling good about tomorrow, are you? Mm-hmm. It should be all right, I think. I probably shouldn't say this, but I'm not sure if you realize how much the other animals are laughing at you for this sheepdog business. Why would they do that? Well, they say that you've forgotten that you're a pig. Isn't that silly? They even say that you don't know what pigs are for. What do you mean? You know... why pigs are here. Why are any of us here? Well, the cow's here to be milked. The dogs are here to help the boss's husband with the sheep. And I'm here to be beautiful and affectionate to the boss. Yes? [ Sighs ] The fact is that pigs don't have a purpose. Just like ducks don't have a purpose. I don't- All right, for you own sake, I'll be blunt. Why do the bosses keep ducks? To eat them.
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The clip A cat with a grudge Part 3 from Babe (1995) with Russi Taylor, Christine Cavanaugh Why do the bosses keep ducks? To eat them. So why do the bosses keep a pig? The fact is that animals that don't seem to have a purpose really do have a purpose. The bosses have to eat. It's probably the most noble purpose of all when you come to think about it. They eat pigs? Pork, they call it. Or bacon. They only call them pigs when they're alive. But, uh, I'm a sheep pig! [ Chuckles ] The boss's husband's just playing a little game with you. Believe me, sooner or later, every pig gets eaten. That's the way the world works. Oh! I haven't upset you, have I? [ Chuckles ]
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The clip That'll do, pig from Babe (1995) with Christine Cavanaugh [ Laughter Continues ] [ Man ] He's a fool! [ P.A. Announcer ] Entry number 23, Mr. A. Hoggett with Pig. [ Crowd Laughing ] [ Commentator ] This is just too crazy to believe. And if that isn't enough. We have a stray dog on the field. They trying to round him up? The dog's gonna give a few tips on how to be a sheep pig. [ Laughing ] [ Panting ] Well, it's up to him now. Away to me, Pig. [ Crowd Laughing ] [ Laughing ] Get off! Baa, ram, ewe. Baa, ram, ewe! To your breed, your fleece, your clan be true.
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The clip That'll do, pig Part 2 from Babe (1995) with Christine Cavanaugh, Jane Alden Sheep be true. Baa, ram, ewe. What... what did you say? [ Man ] Get yourself a dog, Hoggett. [ Sobbing ] There, there, Esme. It's not the end of the world. [ Commentator ] Is he just going to stand there until his time runs out? Or could this be some sort of protest? Maybe we should line up an interview with the sheep pig? Or the sheep pig's trainer. He's a lively sort of fellow by the looks of things. [ Commentator ] Good heavens! [ Laughter Ceases ] Hey! Shh. [ Horse ] It's Babe! I-I-- It, uh-- Hmm. Oh, beautifully done! I can't tell you how grateful I am to y'all. Now, for one last favor. If the three ladies with collars would kindly walk out of the ring, I'd be very much obliged.
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The clip That'll do, pig Part 3 from Babe (1995) [ Cheering ]
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The clip That'll do, pig Part 4 from Babe (1995) with Danny Mann, Roscoe Lee Browne [ Narrator ] And so it was that in all the celebration, in all the hubbub of noise and excitement, there were two figures who stood silent and still side by side. [ Crowing ] [ Ferdinand Laughing ] The pig did it! The perfect score! Yippee! Yippee! [ Narrator ] And though every single human in the stands or in the commentary boxes was at a complete loss for words, the man, who in his life had uttered fewer words than any of them knew exactly what to say. That'll do, Pig. That'll do. [ Sighs ] [ Mouse ] And a-one and a-two and a-three. Hit it.
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The clip Babe gets his first chance from Babe (1995) with Miriam Margolyes, Christine Cavanaugh Get 'em up, Pig. He wants you to drive them out of the yard. Away to me, Pig. Remember, you have to dominate them. Do that and they'll do anything you want. Go. Woof! Woof, woof, woof! [ Laughing ] Woof! Woof! Woof, woof, woof, woof! [ Sheep Laughing ] [ Laughing Continues ] Woof, woof, woof! This is ridiculous, Mom. Nonsense. It's only your first try. But you're treating them like equals. They're sheep. They're inferior. Ah, no they're not. Of course they are! We are their masters. Let them doubt it for a second and they'll walk all over you. Fly, get that pig out of there. Make them feel inferior. Abuse them. lnsult them. But they'll laugh at me. Then bite them. Be ruthless. Whatever it takes. Bend them to your will. Enough! Go on! Go! Move along there, you-- You, uh, big butt heads! [ Laughing ] [ Growling ] Ow! Young'un, stop this nonsense. What's got into you? I just finished tellin' what a nice young pig you be. Maa, I was just trying to be a sheepdog. Hah! Enough wolves in the world already without a nice lad like you turnin' nasty. You haven't got it in ya, young'un. You and I are descended from the great sheepdogs.
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The clip Babe gets his first chance Part 2 from Babe (1995) with Hugo Weaving, Miriam Margolyes We carry the bloodline of the Ancient Bahou. We stand for something. And today I watched in shame as all that was betrayed. Rex, he's just a little pig. All the greater the insult. I'm sorry I bit you. Are you all right? I wouldn't call that a bite, myself. You got teeth in that floppy mouth or just gums? [ Laughing ] You see, ladies, a heart of gold. [ Sheep Together ] Ahh. Heart of gold. No need for all this wolf nonsense, young'un. All a nice little pig like you need do is ask. [ Barking ] Thanks very much. It was very kind of you. A pleasure. What a nice little pig! All right, how did you do it? I asked them, and they did it. I asked them nicely. We don't ask sheep, dear. We tell them what to do. I did, Mom. They were really friendly. Maybe Rex might be a little more friendly if I had a talk with him. No, no, no. You better leave that to me.
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The clip Fly's moment of sadness from Babe (1995) with Roscoe Lee Browne [ Narrator ] The time comes for all creatures when childhood ends and the doorway opens to life as an adult. And so it was with Fly's pups. Though that time was all too soon for Fly. Puppy, puppy, puppy. Come on. [ Giggling ] In my pocket. [ Mr. Hoggett Whistles ]
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The clip Fly's moment of sadness Part 2 from Babe (1995) with Christine Cavanaugh Fly? May I call you Mom? [ Narrator ] And so it was that the pig found his place in the world of the farm. And he was happy, even in his dreams.
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