Directed by: Nick Park, Steve Box
Starring: Helena Bonham Carter, Peter Kay, Peter Sallis, Ralph Fiennes
Genres: Adventure, Animated, Comedy, Family
Question: Did Victor put up the road block sign that lead Wallace and Gromit into the woods?
Chosen answer: Yes, there are some hints that Victor painted the road closed sign and cut down the fallen tree that traps Wallace and Gromit in the forest - there is a pot of white paint behind the sign, and Gromit sees the tree has been chopped down and Victor has an axe.
Question: How was Wallace freed from being the Were-Rabbit?
Chosen answer: The fall killed him, and the brain waves are seen leaving his body as he physically transforms back. Then, he's raised from the dead by the smell of cheese. (Yeah, I know, but it's a kid's movie, not a documentary.)
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[Quartermaine's hairpiece has been sucked up in the bunvac.]Lord Victor Quartermaine: I want...toupee, please.Wallace: Oh, grand. We take cheques or cash.Lord Victor Quartermaine: Toupee, you idiot. My hair is in your machine.Wallace: Oh, no, it's only rabbits in there. The hare I think you'll find is a much larger mammal.
When the Were-Rabbit jumps through the stained glass, the right ear is pointing to both dragon wings. But when the Reverend is telling his tale, the glass break is is pushed way over and the hand print is now where the ear print should be.
In the scene where Wallace fetches the giant rabbit after it has come off the van, Gromit turns on the radio, and we hear a song called "Bright Eyes" from the film 'Watership Down' a film about rabbits.