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Peter and the Wolf

Peter and the Wolf

3.9 11
Director: Suzie Templeton,

Cast: Suzie Templeton


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This animated version of Peter and the Wolf utilizes stop-frame model animation and a musical performance by the Philharmonia Orchestra.


This animated version of Peter and the Wolf utilizes stop-frame model animation and a musical performance by the Philharmonia Orchestra.

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Special Features

The musical themes; The story in pictures; The making of Peter & the Wolf; Behind the scenes documentary; Audio commentary; Educational workshop

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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Peter & the Wolf
1. Chapter 1 [1:54]
2. Chapter 2 [1:25]
3. Chapter 3 [2:38]
4. Chapter 4 [1:56]
5. Chapter 5 [2:07]
6. Chapter 6 [1:41]
7. Chapter 7 [2:12]
8. Chapter 8 [2:17]
9. Chapter 9 [1:46]
10. Chapter 10 [2:03]
11. Chapter 11 [2:06]
12. Chapter 12 [1:54]
13. Chapter 13 [2:00]
14. Chapter 14 [1:34]
15. Chapter 15 [1:09]
16. Chapter 16 [3:36]

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Peter and the Wolf 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
leen More than 1 year ago
No dialogue, but brilliant. An unforgettable story, wonderful characters, intense emotions, just fantastic.
gailannsoebbing More than 1 year ago
This Oscar winning (short-film animated) film is by far my favorite. There is something about clamation that is just plain cool. This is a gritty, dark adaptation that has none of the Disney sweetness about it and with Sergei Prokofiev's beautiful, haunting music it is a can't miss that should be on everybody's list.
luvsbritdrama More than 1 year ago
This is a beautifully animated little film. Peter and the Wolf is one of my favorite stories and musical compositions. Brings back so many good times as a child listening to,and learning about.classical music. This is a fantastic way to introduce both to children. As an English teacher and music teacher, I read the story, discuss the musical themes, etc. of the musical composition and then show the film to my class. They love it (of course, the girls hide their eyes at certain points). A rare treat and a great addition to anyone's library.
fairiebutterflymom More than 1 year ago
I bought this movie for my daughter and me to watch together, since it's a movie version of the musical story. I thought it would be unique to watch and that it would have beutiful graphics which it certainly does. My daughter's only 4 and I'm 29. This movie from the beginning, is very strange and film noirish. I found the amount of violence and child abuse done to poor Peter shocking. My little girl was very upset to the point of tears by all the violence( I spend alot of time teaching her to be empathetic). I finished the film after she went to bed. Even I cannot bring myself to watch it again. When I was a kid in first grade my teacher had my class sit and listen to the old record version and I don't remember it being so violent and dark as this movie made it out to be. I could be wrong it was so long ago. However lovely the effects and and CGI... it's definatley not a good film for showing to young audiences. The worst part is when Peter gets roughed up but some drunk ruffian hunter and then dumped into a big garbage dumpster by said drunk ruffian.
Stretch_StWeech More than 1 year ago
I watched this movie with my 4 year old son and we were both held spellbound by its use of music and visuals to tell a wonderful tale of resiliency. Poverty and cruelty play a part in this film, but ingenuity and compassion come out on top. Bad things happen in life. My son has been privileged and lucky to be surrounded by love. However, I want him to understand the world is complex--I don't want to sugar coat it. This movie helped us with many discussions about topics some may consider to heavy/rough for a 4 year old-from what it is to age (the grandpa isn't mean--just protective and in pain), to death is permanent (my son held his guinea pig up at one point to show him the wolf-a warning to stay away from a creature like that if you are a guinea pig!). But we also had lots of laughs about the cat's character, the duck and the boy sliding on the ice, and the general wit of many of the scenes. This little movie is masterful for all ages--parents just need to be engaged with this one. Don't plop your kid down and go do laundry for the initial screening. I also love the French film, the Red Balloon. That movie didn't sugar coat either and it was masterful as well.
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