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Wallace & Gromit: A Matter of Loaf and Death Exclusive Clip

Available on DVD Tuesday, September 22, 2009 From Lionsgate And HIT Entertainment


A “toast” to the return of the British icons Wallace & Gromit™! Rolling out their first half hour adventure since 2005, the hilarious duo is back, brought to life through seamless stop-motion animation and brilliant storytelling from Oscar-winner Nick Park. The highly anticipated Wallace & Gromit ™: A Matter of Loaf and Death arrives on DVD Tuesday, September 22, 2009 from Lionsgate and HIT Entertainment. Winner of the Short Animation 2008 British Academy Film Award, this all new adventure features all of the classic ingredients of a great murder mystery – suspicion, rivalry, love, intrigue and heroism – and is topped off with a large helping of loyalty and friendship, cooking up all you “knead” for fun family viewing!


Check out this EXCLUSIVE Clip from the the all-new Wallace & Gromit: A Matter of Loaf and Death DVD!




DVD SYNOPSIS: A Matter of Loaf and Death

Wallace and Gromit have opened a new bakery business – Top Bun – but a deadly murderer is targeting all the bakers in town. Wallace couldn’t care – he’s found true love in the shape of Piella Bakewell, former star of the Bake-O-Lite bread commercials. Can Gromit discover the identity of the Cereal Killer before Wallace becomes the next victim?


DVD SPECIAL FEATURES

  • “How They Donut” – The Making of A Matter of Loaf and Death featurette
  • Audio commentary with director Nick Park and editor David McCormick
  • Wallace & Gromit Grand Adventure Video Game Demo
  • Bonus episode Shaun the Sheep™ “Off the Baa!”
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