The Big Bad Wolf


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86.05 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
12 hr 9 min
P/S 2 / 4
159.7 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
12 hr 9 min
P/S 0 / 7

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Horst_In_Translation4 / 10

Not a good sequel

"The Big Bad Wolf" is Disney's sequel to the Academy Award winning short film "Three Little Pigs" from one years earlier. Feel free to check out my review for that one as well. Anyway, this one here did not manage to repeat that honor and this does not come as a surprise to me. I felt that "The Big Bad Wolf" does not have exactly much wit, creativity or great humour like the previous one. The 2 careless pigs are in the forest and this time they do not only get themselves in danger, but also little Red Riding Hood and her Grandmother. Third pig to the rescue in the end. They made this a good watch for children by not including graphic violence really. For example, the Granny does not get eaten in this one by the wolf, but hides in the closet. All in all, these 9 minutes were only an acceptable movie for 1934. It hasn't aged as well as many other cartoons from around that era. Not recommended. The story was just too weak. Quite a pity with the voice cast being almost exclusively names we consider legends today in terms of voice acting from 80 years ago. Funny snippet to end the review: The two useless pigs were both voiced by females.

Reviewed by utgard147 / 10

"There's danger in them woods."

Sequel to Disney's Academy Award-winning Three Little Pigs short. The story this time brings Little Red Riding Hood into the mix as two of the three pigs escort her to her grandma's house. They ignore the third pig's warnings about avoiding the woods and run into you-know-who along the way. Of course, things get crazy. The animation is vibrant with gorgeous colors and nicely-drawn characters and backgrounds. The voice work is great. The music is cheerful and upbeat. The famous song from the first cartoon, "Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf?," is also included in this one. It's a good cartoon but not as much fun as the Three Little Pigs. The wolf in drag as Goldilocks the Fairy Queen is certainly a sight to see.

Reviewed by TheLittleSongbird8 / 10

Solid if inferior sequel to Three Little Pigs

I love Three Little Pigs, it is a childhood favourite with an irresistibly catchy title song. The Big Bad Wolf is a solid if slightly inferior sequel to Three Little Pigs. Compared to Three Little Pigs, it isn't exactly funny and not much happens until the Wolf gets to the grandmother's cottage. Also while Little Red Riding Hood is cute as a button and like a doll in appearance, I did notice her mouth was too stiff and puckered up at times. That said though, the animation was great, and the irresistibly catchy title theme is back and not irritating surprisingly. The Three Pigs are entertaining and The Wolf delights as the "villain of the piece". Also impressive are the vocal talents, the standout being Billy Bletcher as the Wolf. Overall, very good. 8/10 Bethany Cox

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