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#1 Old 12-25-2004, 01:29 AM
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What are your favorite animal friendly movies?



My personal favorites are:



Chicken Run

Finding Nemo

Fly Away Home

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#2 Old 12-25-2004, 03:27 AM
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all of the above minus fly away home. That movie bugs me But I love Milo and Otis, Charlotte's web and the homeward bound movies. Chicken Run and Finding Nemo are definitely ranked high above those, though!
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Chicken Run, definitely!!

But I also love Stuart Little. soooo cute.
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Babe. I like the duck - "Christmas is carnage!". When the movie came out in Australia it sparked a nation-wide boycott of pork by children. They didn't want to eat Babe.
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The Black Stallion.
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Babe and Charlotte's Web

I must have a thing for piggies

I also love Lady and the Tramp and Land Before Time
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Babe. I like the duck - "Christmas is carnage!". When the movie came out in Australia it sparked a nation-wide boycott of pork by children. They didn't want to eat Babe.

That's really interesting to read, since I'm never sure just how influential these movies really are in getting people (especially children) to think about animals respectfully and compassionately. Case in point: I once had a colleague who raved about the movie "Free Willy" - and in the same breath mentioned that the following weekend she and her family were all going to San Diego to visit Sea World!

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That's really interesting to read, since I'm never sure just how influential these movies really are in getting people (especially children) to think about animals respectfully and compassionately.



Unfortunately, I think it was only a temporary craze.
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