Directed by: Martin Rosen
Starring: John Bennett, John Hurt, Michael Graham Cox, Ralph Richardson, Richard Briers
Genres: Animated, Drama, Fantasy
Question: I am struggling to figure out what the title of the movie, Watership Down, has to do with the movie itself at all. Can someone please explain what the title refers to?
Chosen answer: Watership Down is the name of a real hill in Hampshire. In the context of the film and the book, it is the location where Fiver and the other rabbits set up their new warren after leaving Sandleford.
Question: I'm trying to remember the song that was made famous by this film. Can anyone help me?
Chosen answer: "Bright Eyes" written by Mike Batt and performed by Art Garfunkel.
Question: Is it really true that a character swears in this children's rated film?
Chosen answer: Kehaar says "P*ss off!" to one of the rabbits.
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Blackberry: Men have always hated us.Holly: No. They just destroyed the warren because we were in their way.Fiver: They'll never rest until they've spoiled the earth.
The rabbits have a close encounter with some rats in a shed on the cemetery. A spade falls over. In the next shot the spade lays in a wheelbarrow.
The term "Prince with a Thousand Enemies" used in the prelude is a direct translation of the rabbit folk hero El-Ahrairah's name.