Monday, November 17, 2008

Good News

As devoted fans since 1996, we are thrilled to hear, from thoughtful sources, that our favorite dynamic duo are in a new flick:
Wallace and Gromit: A Matter of Loaf and Death
This news is too wondrous. We are so delighted, we can hardly comprehend the magnitude of our elation. I take this as a sign that
good shall prevail.

Gee, just when I had begun to believe this blog had run its course, I find new purpose and inspiration... if only to spread the good news!

8 comments:

  1. It is true then??!! Oh, happy Day!! I love Wallace & Gromit!!Can't wait to see this...it'll be a cracker for sure! ;o) Happy Days to you all...and thanks for spreading the good word. ((HUGS))

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  2. Well dagnabbit! I have seen this duo "somewhere", but I must confess to being completely ignorant of their charms...

    Upon your most positive of recommendations, I intend to make it a point to familiarize myself.

    I just hate it when something grand happens and I'm too uninformed to be a part of it! Thanks for the heads up!

    (I think! *Ü*)

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  3. Yipeeee! I love W&G. Don't you enjoy looking for the amazing detail Nick Park puts into the backgrounds?

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  4. OH - that IS good news! We bought a DVD of Shaun the Sheep episodes for Amira to get a new fix of Aardman/Nick Park goodness. I haven't watched it yet -- but soon! :) Can't wait to see A Matter of Loaf and Death! Thanks for spreading the good news!!!

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  5. I'm not that familiar with Wallace and Gromit either. I will have to look into it. You are always introducing me to new things. Please don't think your blog has run its course... I need it!

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  6. Hey that news is great! We usually get to eventually watch those kinds of movies at work.

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  7. Oh joy! We, too, are devoted fans, and were devastated when Aardman Studios burned down. Did you see Flushed Away, the Aardman/Dreamworks CGI collaboration? It's no Wallace and Gromit but still pretty wonderful.

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  8. I continue to be sad that our families do not live closer together. Wallace & Gromit, fairy parks, and fez wearing-frogs. Your family rocks.

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