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  • Babe was a motion picture, released in 1995. In that year, while trying to move some pigs, Dana Scully mentioned that her nephew watched Babe "fifteen times a day". She also imitated a line from the film (slightly differently), "nah-ram-ewe". (TXF: "Home") In reality, the voice of Babe was provided by Christine Cavanaugh, who later starred as Amanda Nelligan in the Season 4 episode "Small Potatoes".
  • File:Babe (with Hukka) Ath221.gif Write the text of your article here!
  • You can use the box below to create new pages for this mini-wiki. preload=Babe/preload editintro=Babe/editintro width=25 Babe is a 1995 movie
  • Babe — character
  • Babe is a 17-years-old native from Planet Altair, who is the serious and fast pilot of the Rangers' starship Orbitian. She specializes in aerial attacks and lasers.
  • Babe emerged from the Pacific Ocean to a California beach with no memory of who she was or why she had the abilities that she did.
  • on sonny with a chance Sonny is babe dude she is smoken hot.Evey body think's it!!!And that girl whats her name eny way she is a babe to by the way she is hot too. and that show is owsome evey loves it. I know she's sexy. Yeah. But Tawni's sexier. She's the hottest one on the show. Hot face, and legs, and butt. that show sucks now!
  • [[w:|]][[Category: derivations|Babe]] babe. Akin to Early Middle English baban. Cf mama, dada, papa. Cf Welsh baban - baby, mutated from maban diminutive of mab - son.
  • Name: Babe Run Time: 2:55 Written By: Dennis DeYoung Year: 1996
  • Babe is a young pig who gets separated from his family and ends up into Hoggett farm owned by Farmer Arthur Hoggett and his wife Esme Hoggett. He is prejudiced by many animals (who simply call him "pig") but unlike them, Babe is very friendly and polite to about anyone he meets. Because of his kindness, he gets many of the animals to warm up to him. He becomes Fly (a female sheep dog)'s adoptive son, and also the sheep's friend.
  • Babe is a 1995 Australian-American film directed by Chris Noonan. It is an adaptation of the 1983 novel The Sheep-Pig, also known as Babe: The Gallant Pig in the United States, by Dick King-Smith and tells the story of a pig who wants to be a sheepdog. The main animal characters are played by a combination of real and animatronic pigs and Border Collies.
  • Babe is a 1995 movie based on the novel The Sheep Pig (published in America as Babe: The Gallant Pig). In addition to the use of , Jim Henson's Creature Shop supplied realistic animatronic animals for Babe (approximately 50% of the total shots), Ferdinand the Duck (approximately 50% of the total shots), Fly and Rex the sheepdogs (approximately 10% of the total shots), Duchess the Cat (approximately 90% of the total shots), and the Singing Mice (100% of the total shots). Standing, sitting and lying models were created, as well as hand-puppet versions for certain scenes. John Cox's Creature Workshop supplied the sheep, and Rhythm and Hues created the CGI lipsync of the real animals.
  • Although Babe is mentioned in the Swept Away quest, she is not directly involved. Maggie remarks during the 2008 Hallowe'en event that Babe has 'the sniffles' which is why she can't go trick-or-treating. Babe, and the rest of Maggie's camp, were once located east of the Crafting Guild, but after the end of the 2008 Hallowe'en event, they moved to the west of the Legends' Guild. Later they moved to the field south of Draynor Village and after the release of Divination they moved to the north-west of Draynor Village.
  • After seven years of development, Babe was filmed in Robertson, New South Wales, Australia. The talking-animal visual effects were done by Rhythm & Hues Studios and Jim Henson's Creature Shop. The film was a box office success and received considerable acclaim from critics: it was nominated for seven Academy Awards including Best Picture, Best Director and Best Adapted Screenplay, winning Best Visual Effects. It also won the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy and the Saturn Award for Best Fantasy Film.
  • Babe is a 1995 comedy-drama film, co-written and directed by Chris Noonan. It is an adaptation of Dick King-Smith's 1983 novel The Sheep-Pig, also known as Babe: The Gallant Pig in the USA, which tells the story of a pig who wants to be a sheepdog. The main animal characters are played by a combination of real and animatronic pigs and Border Collies. After seven years of development, Babe was filmed in Robertson, New South Wales, Australia. The talking-animal visual effects were done by Rhythm & Hues Studios and Jim Henson's Creature Shop.
  • When Ellen Ripley crash-landed on Fiorina 161, Babe and the colony's other oxen were used to recover the EEV from the shore. At some point, unseen by the prisoners assisting in the process, Babe was attacked and impregnated by the Royal Facehugger that had stowed away on board the EEV.
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  • Power Rangers Star Guardians
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  • How can an ox without lungs sneeze like that?
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  • One Last Battle!
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  • We're Unstoppable!
  • I Came to Fly!
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  • #FF33CC
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  • No
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Tagline
  • A Little Pig Goes A Long Way
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Date
  • 1995
Label
  • Eagle Guardian Pink Ranger
Runtime
  • 5340.0
  • 5520.0
Status
  • Deceased as of August 2179
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  • 44
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Name
  • Babe
Notable
  • Host to the Dragon.
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  • English
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  • No
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  • Hallowe'en Event and Quest
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  • No
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  • Ox
Title
  • Babe
Color
  • Pink
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  • 2.5413491E8
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  • AquilaPink.jpg
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Homeworld
  • Planet Altair
Release
  • 2008-10-21
Gender
  • Female
  • Male
Race
  • Undead Oxen
Based on
  • The Sheep-Pig By Dick King-Smith
Rating
  • G
Budget
  • 3.0E7
Writer
  • Dick King-Smith , George Miller & Chris Noonan
Director
Location
  • Maggie's Camp, west of Draynor Village lodestone
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  • Babe is a 1995 Australian-American film directed by Chris Noonan. It is an adaptation of the 1983 novel The Sheep-Pig, also known as Babe: The Gallant Pig in the United States, by Dick King-Smith and tells the story of a pig who wants to be a sheepdog. The main animal characters are played by a combination of real and animatronic pigs and Border Collies. Babe was filmed in Robertson, New South Wales, Australia. The talking-animal visual effects were done by Rhythm & Hues Studios. Although the setting and style of the film are distinctly British/Australasian pastoral, many of the human speaking parts were overdubbed from Australian to American accents for popular acceptance in the American film market. The film was a critical and box office success and was nominated for seven Academy Awards including Best Picture, but lost to Braveheart. The success of the film launched a sequel three years later. So in 1998, the sequel film Babe: Pig in the City was released. However, its 1998 sequel got generally mixed reviews from critics.
  • Babe was a motion picture, released in 1995. In that year, while trying to move some pigs, Dana Scully mentioned that her nephew watched Babe "fifteen times a day". She also imitated a line from the film (slightly differently), "nah-ram-ewe". (TXF: "Home") In reality, the voice of Babe was provided by Christine Cavanaugh, who later starred as Amanda Nelligan in the Season 4 episode "Small Potatoes".
  • File:Babe (with Hukka) Ath221.gif Write the text of your article here!
  • You can use the box below to create new pages for this mini-wiki. preload=Babe/preload editintro=Babe/editintro width=25 Babe is a 1995 movie
  • Babe — character
  • Babe is a 17-years-old native from Planet Altair, who is the serious and fast pilot of the Rangers' starship Orbitian. She specializes in aerial attacks and lasers.
  • Babe emerged from the Pacific Ocean to a California beach with no memory of who she was or why she had the abilities that she did.
  • on sonny with a chance Sonny is babe dude she is smoken hot.Evey body think's it!!!And that girl whats her name eny way she is a babe to by the way she is hot too. and that show is owsome evey loves it. I know she's sexy. Yeah. But Tawni's sexier. She's the hottest one on the show. Hot face, and legs, and butt. that show sucks now!
  • Babe is a 1995 movie based on the novel The Sheep Pig (published in America as Babe: The Gallant Pig). In addition to the use of , Jim Henson's Creature Shop supplied realistic animatronic animals for Babe (approximately 50% of the total shots), Ferdinand the Duck (approximately 50% of the total shots), Fly and Rex the sheepdogs (approximately 10% of the total shots), Duchess the Cat (approximately 90% of the total shots), and the Singing Mice (100% of the total shots). Standing, sitting and lying models were created, as well as hand-puppet versions for certain scenes. John Cox's Creature Workshop supplied the sheep, and Rhythm and Hues created the CGI lipsync of the real animals. The 1998 sequel, Babe: Pig in the City, was made without Creature Shop involvement. The Creature Shop won an Academy Award as part of the Visual Effects.
  • After seven years of development, Babe was filmed in Robertson, New South Wales, Australia. The talking-animal visual effects were done by Rhythm & Hues Studios and Jim Henson's Creature Shop. The film was a box office success and received considerable acclaim from critics: it was nominated for seven Academy Awards including Best Picture, Best Director and Best Adapted Screenplay, winning Best Visual Effects. It also won the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy and the Saturn Award for Best Fantasy Film. Babe producer and co-writer George Miller directed a 1998 sequel, Babe: Pig in the City.
  • Babe is a young pig who gets separated from his family and ends up into Hoggett farm owned by Farmer Arthur Hoggett and his wife Esme Hoggett. He is prejudiced by many animals (who simply call him "pig") but unlike them, Babe is very friendly and polite to about anyone he meets. Because of his kindness, he gets many of the animals to warm up to him. He becomes Fly (a female sheep dog)'s adoptive son, and also the sheep's friend. However one his friends named Maa was being killed by a group of wild dogs and Farmer Hoggett mistook him for her death and prepares to shoot him. Luckily he was saved by Fly and Esme Hoggett. Esme inform Farmer that she received a call from the police that they're we're wild dogs attack and the other farm owned by the Mitchells has lost 6 lambs that morning and asked him what he was trying to kill Babe and telling him it was the wild dogs who caused Maa's death. Maa's death devastated the other Hoggett's animals including Ferdinand when they heard this from Fly. Farmer Hoggett soon discovers Babe has a gift, and can do a sheep dog work (in fact, Babe gets the sheep to get in and out of fences by asking politely) and trains him as a sheep dog. The farmer is taken for a madman untils Babe prooves himself in a sheep dog contest having couraged by Rex and makes a perfect score. In their victory, Hoggett simply says, with a smile: "That'll do, pig. That'll do." and Babe sighs happily. In the first film, he was voiced by the late Christine Cavanaugh, and in the sequel, he was voiced by E.G. Daily, both of whom appeared as voice actors in Rugrats as Chuckie Finster and Tommy Pickles, respectively.
  • [[w:|]][[Category: derivations|Babe]] babe. Akin to Early Middle English baban. Cf mama, dada, papa. Cf Welsh baban - baby, mutated from maban diminutive of mab - son.
  • Babe is a 1995 comedy-drama film, co-written and directed by Chris Noonan. It is an adaptation of Dick King-Smith's 1983 novel The Sheep-Pig, also known as Babe: The Gallant Pig in the USA, which tells the story of a pig who wants to be a sheepdog. The main animal characters are played by a combination of real and animatronic pigs and Border Collies. After seven years of development, Babe was filmed in Robertson, New South Wales, Australia. The talking-animal visual effects were done by Rhythm & Hues Studios and Jim Henson's Creature Shop. The film was a box office success and grossed $36,776,544 at the box office in Australia. It has received considerable acclaim from critics: it was nominated for seven Academy Awards including Best Picture, Best Director and Best Adapted Screenplay, winning Best Visual Effects. It also won the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy and the Saturn Award for Best Fantasy Film.
  • Although Babe is mentioned in the Swept Away quest, she is not directly involved. Maggie remarks during the 2008 Hallowe'en event that Babe has 'the sniffles' which is why she can't go trick-or-treating. Babe, and the rest of Maggie's camp, were once located east of the Crafting Guild, but after the end of the 2008 Hallowe'en event, they moved to the west of the Legends' Guild. Later they moved to the field south of Draynor Village and after the release of Divination they moved to the north-west of Draynor Village. Babe sneezes all the time, which bothers Norman. Maggie advises not to come too close to Babe, because she still might be a bit contagious after she gave her a portion of goulash.
  • Name: Babe Run Time: 2:55 Written By: Dennis DeYoung Year: 1996
  • When Ellen Ripley crash-landed on Fiorina 161, Babe and the colony's other oxen were used to recover the EEV from the shore. At some point, unseen by the prisoners assisting in the process, Babe was attacked and impregnated by the Royal Facehugger that had stowed away on board the EEV. Babe later died of seemingly natural causes and was taken to the prison's abattoir by Frank and Murphy, to be cut up and used as food for the inmates later on. However, while the prisoners were attending a funeral service for the deceased Rebecca Jorden and Turk, the Runner that had been gestating inside Babe emerged and escaped into the prison's ventilation shafts.
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