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RichD Aardman Staff Posted: Aug 14th 2007

The funniest part of Curse of the Were Rabbit is easily when Wallace turns 'human' again at the end, and covers up his modesty with the box that says "May contain nuts" on it.

Laugh? I nearly died :)

Seb Moderator Posted: Aug 14th 2007

That, the thunder over "a bullet?", "beware the moon", and "I just have a hunch" got the biggest laughs in the cinema when I saw it first.

It's that level of detail and humour, but done with such class and innocence that really illustrates why Wallace and Gromit are so great!

W&GCrackers Posted: Aug 19th 2007

I love it when hutch comes out of the cage in the basement:D

connor gorman Posted: Aug 20th 2007

i like it when hutch turns into gromit and answers the door to the man hahaha i luved dat

anti-pesto Posted: Aug 24th 2007

i like the bit when the vicar says "beware the moon" and you see victors...well you no wat i meen!

62westwallabystreet Posted: Aug 25th 2007

This is a good youtube video go on my site as well

patter Posted: Aug 26th 2007

hutch is so funny! I love him!

Joruus Posted: Aug 26th 2007

Great movie :D.

GromitGirl Posted: Aug 30th 2007

its funny when hustch looks like hes going to turn into sumthing scary and he burps

springwizard Posted: Sep 2nd 2007

Well,yeah,you know,that kinda reminded me of a "Beauty and The Beast" Story. Wallace was under a "Spell" that was broken by smelling cheese. Though the story would have been more like Beauty and the Beast if the spell were to be broken by a kiss from Lady Tottington. Though Wallace was no true "Royal" by any means,he was Tottington's "Prince Charming" indeed. You can rightfully assume that they were married in the end.

jordan Posted: Sep 2nd 2007

very funny

Jenny Posted: Sep 9th 2007

I like the part when Wallace sneaks a bit of cheese but then Gromit gets Wallace with a mouse trap! |-)

cheeseland Posted: Sep 16th 2007

Josephine Posted: Oct 11th 2007

In Curse of the Were-rabbit: The bit where PC Mackintosh says "..if you ask me, this was - arson ... Aye! Someone arson-about!" - my sides split the first time I heard that because it's an authentic Northern England expression (of course, arson spelt differently - but I can't give out the spelling because I'd be thrown off the discussion forum)! When is in the back of the Anti-Pesto Van working the strings on the lady were-rabbit to The Stripper... reading "Ay-Up"...Philip looking for change out of a beaded purse...I could rabbit on about this all night...

Hutch Posted: Oct 12th 2007

Haha,The May Contain Nuts scene is very funny.

ridinrail Posted: Oct 16th 2007

I like wallace because hes silly and i feel sorry for him cause he trys his best and to no avail, fails misirby but he needn't know that gromit can help him with things too

Josephine Posted: Oct 18th 2007

's facial expressions are classic. He's a cool mutt! & forever!!!!!!!

funkycheese7000 Posted: Oct 21st 2007

I love the bit in Curse of the Wererabbit where Hutch rumbles and then he does a huge belch! Don't watch that on smellyvision!

springwizard Posted: Nov 25th 2007

Hee Hee! a Bobby with a since of humor,I like that. Sid in Flushed Away did a pretty good belch too. Does anyone know if Sid's Bellybutton's and innie or an outttie?

Mibso Posted: Dec 2nd 2007

I love all of what Hutch does!

Mibso Posted: Dec 2nd 2007

Whoops, my mouse is really being the dodger today!

shaunfan101 Posted: Dec 9th 2007

I loved it at the beginning where Wallace caught the rabbit, it smiles and Mrs. Mulch says "My Teeth". I also love the assistance lever.

Mark the shark Posted: Dec 9th 2007

I love "Twenty-four carat", the assistance lever, "I just have a hunch" and "Stand back! There may be a large rabbit dropping!" Hillarious!

dan123 Posted: Dec 9th 2007

When it said "may contain nuts"
God a collasped with laughter
Best ever moment of W&G

Josephine Posted: Dec 12th 2007

The train-chase scene in The Wrong Trousers ... when the resourceful grabs the spare train track and places them on the floor, one after the other, at break neck speed! When is caught in a milk bottle by


Josephine Posted: Dec 12th 2007

..In A Grand Day Out, when snaps his fingers and releases the handbrake on the orange space ship!

shaunfan101 Posted: Dec 15th 2007

When I saw the film in the cinema, the biggest laugh from the audience was Gromit dancing for the lady rabbit.

springwizard Posted: Dec 15th 2007

I never saw COTWR,so,naturaly,I have NO CLUE what you guys are talking about. Could you fill me in on the details?

Kit-kat65 Posted: Jan 10th 2008

I love the bit when hutch has turned into wallace, and goes to answer the door, and he says 'I'm wallace!' not a very funny line, but the way it's siad cracks me up every time!

Josephine Posted: Jan 10th 2008

..Also, when Lady Totty tries to gently finish with and he blows raspberries through the window as he morphs into the Were-Rabbit!

Mark the shark Posted: Jan 11th 2008

I love that bit too! Every single bit in Curse of the Were-rabbit is absloutly ingenious!:D

gromitlove Posted: Feb 18th 2008

When Lady T sees the rabbits in the Bun-Vac, walks to the machine with outstretched arms and says "My darlings!" while Wallace closes his eyes and puckers up hoping for a kiss (mouth like a little tube)...

jodyblue1 Posted: Feb 20th 2008

"When WALLACE stand up and hits his head on the COOKERS bat"


curt t1 Posted: Feb 27th 2008

one of my fav funny moments is in a grand day out wen the rats put the glasses on i laughed so hard.

wghtmf Posted: Mar 25th 2008

Is there a COTWR video/DVD? If so, could you tell me what shops it's in as I've never seen it.

mcgraw rules Posted: Mar 25th 2008

i got mine from blockbuster? i think woolworths does it

Spikedbum Posted: Sep 30th 2009

That is quite funny, but not funny as when &appear on the NPower ad, I think in that one the NPower plumber has a toolbox with the words Nuts and Bolts on a label

shaun the lamb Posted: Oct 2nd 2009

"I'm just crackers about cheese"
was my favourite line, but then there is "Careful, there maybe a large rabbit dropping"
I'm sure we all understand that!

concon Posted: Oct 2nd 2009

" I have a little proposel for you Wallace "

Did you see Wallace's face when she said that ! :D

kldceltic Posted: Oct 2nd 2009

i did

shaun the lamb Posted: Oct 6th 2009

Me too!

cookiecookson Posted: Nov 6th 2009

i love it alll!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:D:D:D:D:D

boo315 Posted: Feb 18th 2010

I love it when the rabbit thinks Victor is going to shoot him and then he goes into the bun-vac

kldceltic Posted: Feb 18th 2010

yeah thats my favorite bit too and and other bit is when victor tries to shoot wallace with the golden carrot but he does not

wghtmf Posted: Feb 28th 2010

I have it on DVD now (and have done for ages)and my favourite bit is
Victor: A bullet? *lightning strikes*
Priest (or whatever he is): A bullet! *lightning strikes*
Victor: A bullet? *lightning strikes*
Priest: A bullet! *lightning strikes*
Victor: A b- *lightning strikes* Oh... *shuts window*

gromitsbuddyinginventor Posted: Jun 2nd 2010

kldceltic Posted: Jun 2nd 2010

the npower was so funny:):D;)

harryboy8080 Posted: Jul 16th 2010

Kind of a bump, but I thought it was funny when Lady Tottington sprayed Victor in the eyes with "Pansy" spray.

jesusfreak247 Posted: Oct 22nd 2010

in the npower ad, bob flicks up a thing on his tool box that says 'nuts and bolts' that covers wallace's... cough... cough

hutch a holic Posted: Nov 9th 2010

In a matter of loaf and death when gromit turns the knob that has the hot very hot etc and it has a snipet of wallace and piella haveing a romantic date.

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