Cue List for Babe
prepared by Helen Schryver
0:00:00 Universal logo. Universal logo music in.
0:00:18 Black screen. Music out.
0:00:21 The words "Universal Pictures Presents" appear in gold on the black screen.
0:00:26 "A Kennedy Miller Film" appears on screen. At the same time the camera begins to zoom in on a red book which appears in the background.
0:00:30 The words on the screen fade out as we continue to zoom in on the red book.
0:00:31 "Babe" gradually appears on screen, as if the word is being written by an invisible hand straight onto the screen. In gold, and in large, decorative letters. At the same time, the title music comes in, beginning with a brass fanfare on the notes C, E flat and F.
0:00:37 The front cover of the book opens in one swift movement. A rapid upward arpeggio figure in B flat on the harp accompanies this movement.
0:00:38 Camera begins to pan across what appears to be a living-room or kitchen wall, covered in moving models, figures and pictures of pigs. Theme 1, "If I Had Words", enters in B major, firstly on upper strings, harp and glockenspiel. For the second playing of the theme, xylophone, bassoon, oboe and flute join the other instruments.
0:01:27 Repeated brass stabs and a timpani roll on the dominant (F sharp). The legs of two model pigs that are hanging on the wall move in time to the brass stabs.
0:01:31 Theme 1 is played for a third time, this time on full orchestra, beginning with a cymbal crash.
0:01:52 Zoom in on black and white photo (on wall) of a sleeping piglet's face. Simultaneously the music fades out to harp, strings and glockenspiel.
0:02:03 Photo of pig becomes an image of a real pig on screen.
0:02:04 The flute, harp, strings and glockenspiel take up a new tune, still in B major, but with occasional hints at B minor. A generally lighter, slower and less triumphant-sounding tune than Theme1 ("If I Had Words").
0:02:14 Cut to close-up shots of different parts of various piglets' bodies, all lying on a bed of hay. Gives a "crowded" feel to the scene.
0:02:17 One pig, who we subsequently know as Babe, moves and walks away from the other pigs. Overhead shot.
0:02:21 Overhead pan of the pen containing Babe, his brothers and sisters and his mother, then of two more pens containing similar families of pigs. The music has modulated from B major to B minor, and begins building towards a climax. The full orchestra is now playing.
0:02:24 Narrator in. Begins, "This is a tale about a pig...". Sets the scene for the story to come.
0:02:42 High shot of the inside of the barn we are in which is very large, dark and gloomy. Backlit lorry in distance. Lorry is inside barn and reversing towards the camera.
0:02:43 Closer shot of lorry, still reversing. Music reaches a climax in B minor, with brass stabs on a fairly low B and cymbal crashes.
0:02:49 Close-up of lorry reversing. Lorry stops and two men get out. They walk to Babe's pen, take his mother and return to the lorry. Music becomes increasingly calmer after its climax.
0:03:12 Cut to overhead shot of Babe's pen. An artificial feeding contraption is lowered into the pen from the ceiling and the piglets begin suckling on the teats. At the same time a gentle and simple tune (representing the piglets' innocence as to the disappearance of their mother) begins in A minor, on strings, harp and glockenspiel, with a solo violin playing the tune.
0:03:18 Cut to close up of Babe (shot from Babe's level), looking towards the lorry (out of shot). Looks sad. Says, "Goodbye, Mum".
0:03:22 Narrator in. Explains that the pigs that are being taken away in the lorry believe that they are going to a far-off and better place. Shot of hundreds of adult pigs filing into the back of the lorry. The two men then get into the lorry and drive off.
0:03:36 Outside shot (raining hard, windy and very dark) of lorry driving away. Catch glimpse of the logo on the side of the lorry, which says "Sunny Valley Meats". Music is in B minor and reaches a second climax, with cymbal crashes and brass stabs as the logo on the lorry comes into view.
0:03:38 Narrator out.
0:03:47 Cut to close up of Babe, in the same place as he was previously, looking sad. Music out.
0:04:01 Two men (different to those seen previously) enter Babe's pen. Low shot, possibly from one of the other piglets' point of view. They are talking about choosing a pig to take away, but we are not told what they want the pig for. Babe is chosen by one of the men, who puts him into a brown sack. The men then walk towards the camera carrying the sack. Still a low shot, so only the men's legs and feet are visible. The sound of Babe squealing in the sack is heard. As the men get very close to the camera, the screen goes black.
0:04:11 Cut to close up shot of the faces of two women who are screaming. It is now daytime, and the women are on a funfair ride (visible in the background). Theme 2, "Event", comes in in G major, on woodwind, strings and tambourine with brass in the bass. There is a bass drum pulse on the first beat of every bar (triple time).
0:04:13 Cut to close up of two girls' faces screaming. On the same funfair ride.
0:04:14 Distant, very high (almost overhead) shot of the funfair, showing a big wheel, carousel and games stalls.
0:04:19 Close up of several crowded sheep in a small pen. Shouts and laughter can be heard in the background.
0:04:22 Music is a little quieter and calmer as a conversation between two women (one of whom we subsequently know to be the farmer's wife) begins, about who won what prizes for jam and cakes in a competition at the fair. The women are not visible, the shot is still of the sheep.
0:04:23 Cut to general hustle and bustle around some of the stalls. Low shot. The two women are now visible, and are still talking while walking towards the camera along with the rest of the crowds.
0:04:24 Music is toned down, now on strings and woodwind only. A pastoral melody is played, still in G major and in triple time.
0:04:30 Cut to farmer, walking behind women. Women's conversation continues.
0:04:40 Farmer stops walking. Close up shot of his face, looking at something in the distance. Women are no longer having their conversation, and are now out of shot.
0:04:43 Close up shot of a stall, carrying the sign "Guess The Pig's Weight", with two smiling men standing behind it.
0:04:45 Farmer walks over to the stall and has a conversation with the men, who persuade him to have a go at guessing the pig's weight, and explain that if he wins the game he will win the pig. Music out, and background noise ( shouting, laughter, etc.) of the fair is no longer audible.
0:04:53 Shot from farmer's point of view. Camera looks down into the box which is on the table, and we see Babe in the box looking straight back at us.
0:05:01 Close up shot of farmer's face. Says "That'll do pig".
0:05:02 Music in. Slowly spread chord of B flat major is played on strings, harp and glockenspiel.
0:05:04 Music out. Close up shot of farmer reaching down into the box and picking up Babe. He stands, holding Babe in front of him so he is facing the pig.
0:05:06 Narrator in. Begins, "The farmer and the pig regarded each other...".
0:05:07 Close up of Babe's face.
0:05:10 Close up of farmer's face.
0:05:13 Close up of Babe's face.
0:05:14 Theme 1 "If I Had Words" enters in B flat major on strings, harp and glockenspiel.
0:05:18 Cut to close up of farmer's face.
0:05:21 Music out. Cut to the two stallholders looking expectantly at the farmer for his verdict on the weight of the pig.
0:05:24 Cut to farmer holding pig in front of him. Farmer begins to tell the stallholders his guess.
0:05:26 Hear sound of Babe peeing. Farmer immediately stops speaking, and looks down.
0:05:27 Overhead shot, from farmer's point of view, of the grass and his own feet, and Babe's wee hitting the ground. Music in. Comical-sounding tune, derived from Theme 2, on clarinet and bassoon. In B flat major and triple ti me. String accompaniment plays "oom-cha-cha" figure.
0:05:28 Cut to humoured and disgusted expressions the farmer's and the stall-holder's faces.
0:05:33 Held high chord on strings and flute, on B flat major, with the bassoon playing a comical meandering bass figure.
0:05:35 The comical-sounding tune starts up again, this time with the tune played by the strings and the "oom-cha-cha" accompaniment on woodwind.
0:05:38 Cut to close up of farmer's face, as he takes a guess at the weight of the pig.
0:05:39 Cut to detailed shot of the book where the guesses are written. Close up of the stallholder writing the farmer's guess down.
0:05:42 Cut to busy funfair atmosphere. Background noises of shouting and laughter come back in. The farmer walks away from the stall and back into the crowds. Starts as a standard shot which becomes higher and higher until it is an overhead shot. Music gets louder and Theme 2 starts up again (seamlessly, as the comical-sounding tune is derived from Theme 2).
0:05:59 Iris out on farmer and his wife from overhead shot to end scene. Music out.
0:06:05 Cut to the inside of a dolls house. Sound of a clock ticking quite loudly in the background.
0:06:08 Music in. Comical-sounding meandering figure on bassoon similar to that heard previously.
0:06:10 A hand (it is not immediately clear who it belongs to) reaches into the dolls house.
0:06:11 Music out.
0:06:12 Pan up from view of inside of dolls house. Farmers face comes into view, peering into the dolls house.
0:06:17 Very close up shot of a silver cup, being held by the farmer's wife, whose reflection is visible in the reflection of the cup. The woman breathes on the cup and then wipes at it vigorously. The sound of the woman breath ing on the cup is quite loud.
0:06:23 Close up of woman's face, grinning. A cat is just visible, sitting on her shoulders. The farmer's wife talks to the cat/herself about how nice it would be to win the pig so they could eat it.
0:06:26 Music in. Comical, but at the same time eerie, descending staccato figure on solo violin and flute. Woman walks over to a dresser and places the silver cup on one of its shelves.
0:06:33 Music out. A telephone starts to ring. The woman shouts to the farmer, "Hoggett, phone!".
0:06:36 Cut to close up of farmer answering the telephone. The voice of the person on the other end of the line is clearly audible, and tells the farmer that he has one the pig from the fair.
0:06:43 Farmer says, "Oh".
0:06:48 Black screen.
0:06:50 Chapter heading appears, `Pigs Are Definitely Stupid'. Mice appear at bottom of screen.
0:06:51 Very high-pitched mouse voices say "Pigs are definitely stupid". Followed by high-pitched giggle from mice.
0:06:55 Cut to farm scene. Sheepdog is sitting on grass in foreground, with the farmhouse in the background. Truck drives down the drive towards the farmhouse, now from the dog's point of view.
Music in. Theme 3, "Animal" theme, enters on strings and flute, with bassoon in the bass. B flat major.
0:07:05 Cut to close up of six sheepdog puppies barking.
0:07:09 Close up of farmer, holding Babe, as he walks (away from the camera), into the farmhouse.
0:07:10 Music out.
0:07:11 Cut to sheepdog in foreground, who we subsequently know as Fly, as the puppies run up to her. Conversation between Fly and her pups as she tells them about the arrival of the pig at the farm and explains to them what a pig is.
0:07:22 Camera pans across as the dogs run across a patch of grass and into a barn.
0:07:27 Cut to inside barn. Close up of puppies' and fly's faces, looking excited and all looking in the same direction.
0:07:31 Cut to close up of Babe, sitting on his own on the hay.
0:07:32 Conversation between puppies, fly and Babe. Standard shot of animals as a group. The dogs are asking Babe his name, where he comes from, etc. Babe talks about his mum.
0:07:57 Cut to horse as he joins in the conversation.
0:07:57 (later) Cut to close up of horse's face.
0:08:01 Cut to close up of Babe. Says, "I want my mum" and begins to cry.
0:08:06 Cut to puppies and Fly as they walk towards Babe. Music in. Melancholy tune on muted strings in G flat major.
0:08:08 Cut to Babe, now surrounded by the dogs, who comfort him and tell him they will look after him until he settles in.
0:0822 Cut to Rex (the puppies' father) standing on bales of hay. Low shot, looking up at Rex. He looks angry and threatening. Chord of F sharp minor comes in, low on strings and woodwind, with brass stabs on the dominant (C sh arp).
0:08:28 Music out. Cut to close up of Fly's face as she explains that they are only going to take care of the pig until he settles into his new surroundings.
0:08:38 Cut to Rex as he turns and walks away.
0:08:44 Cut to Fly and Babe. Music in. String melody in G flat as before. Babe is still crying.
0:08:54 Cut to the puppies, who run towards Babe and lick his face. Music settles on the tonic chord.
0:09:02 Image fades out to black screen and music simultaneously fades away to nothing.
0:09:03 Chapter heading screen, `The Way Things Are' appears.
0:09:05 Mice say, "The way things are".
0:09:08 Black screen.
0:09:09 Cut to pastoral scene. View of fields and the sun rising. Camera slowly pans down to reveal sleepy-looking farmhouse.
0:09:16 Cut to inside of chicken shed, cockerel strutting round the shed. Music in. Theme 4, "Chicken" theme, in G major, on clarinet, bassoon and glockenspiel with the tune on flute (or piccolo).
0:09:24 Cut to outside the chicken shed. Very low shot, looking up at a beam coming off the farmhouse, which the cockerel is now walking along.
0:09:29 Music out.
0:09:30 Cut to duck, who we subsequently know as Ferdinand, on roof of farmhouse, attempting to crow like a rooster.
0:09:33 Low unison A on brass.
0:09:35 Cut to bedroom (inside farmhouse). Farmer's wife sits up in bed very suddenly and says, "We've got to get rid of that duck".
0:09:38 Music in. Theme 4 as before. Cut to duck on top of the roof. Camera pans down quickly as the duck clumsily flies to the ground and lands with a thud.
0:09:47 Cut to inside barn. Chicken theme continues, much quieter and at half the speed that it was previously. In the same key as before, but played on flute with a pizzicato string accompaniment. Camera pans across at ground level at the puppies, Babe and Fly all lying on the hay. The puppies and Fly tell Babe about the duck who lives on the farm who thinks he is a rooster.
0:09:58 Music out.
0:10:00 Cut to kitchen, shot at ground level. Rex is eating out of a bowl on the floor. Music in, Theme 3, "Animal" theme, on bassoon with a pizzicato string accompaniment. In G major.
0:10:02 Cut to outside the front door of the farmhouse. Farmer comes out of the house. Low shot. Music settles on a low unison D on strings.
0:10:05 Farmer whistles, close up shot. Music out.
0:10:06 Cut to dogs and Babe running out of the barn, across the grass and up to the farmhouse door. The puppies enter the house through a cat-flap. Music in. Full orchestra in F major. "Running" music, mostly on stri ngs and with a broad, slower moving melody on brass.
0:10:25 Music out.
0:10:27 Cut to close up of Babe and Fly, still outside the door. Fly explains to Babe that he is not allowed into the house and that only dogs and cats are allowed in.
0:10:33 Fly enters the house through the cat-flap.
0:10:35 Cut to inside farmhouse, in the kitchen. Overhead view, from about ceiling-level, of the dogs eating. Music in. Similar to the "running" music heard previously, but at a noticeably slower tempo. Tune on flute/ piccolo, with a bowed, staccato string accompaniment.
0:10:38 Cut to close up of cat on top of a high cupboard in the kitchen. Low shot, looking up. A solo, out-of-tune violin simultaneously takes up the melody that was being played on flute/piccolo. The music generally becomes mo re dissonant.
0:10:41 Cut to Babe's face in a very high window (shot from inside the house). Music returns to its original form, as heard at 0:10:35.
0:10:43 Cut to outside the farmhouse. Low shot, looking up, of Babe standing on a very high stack of logs, peering through the window.
0:10:47 Cut to close up of cat. Music as at 0:10:38.
0:10:49 Cut to inside view of window, this time without Babe's face in view.
0:10:50 Cut to close up of Rex looking angry. Simultaneous high diminished seventh chord on out-of-tune strings.
0:10:52 Music out. Cut to outside, ground level shot looking up at Babe falling from the top of the stack of logs to the ground.
0:10:53 Close up of Babe as he hits the ground and says "Ow".
0:10:54 Cut to the farmer's wife walking across the grass, carrying a bucket of pigs food. Camera pans across as she walks.
0:11:03 Music in. Theme 3, "Animal" theme, in G major. Tune is first on bassoon, then on low strings and brass.
0:11:06 Cut to close up of the farmer's wife's face. Shot from Babe's point of view.
0:11:08 Close up of Babe's face, as he eats from a trough.
0:11:10 Babe's point of view of farmer's wife's face.
0:11:12 "Wipe" scene change by use of vertical line crossing screen from left to right.
0:11:14 Music out. Cut to close up of a duck, with other ducks and a pond in the background.
0:11:15 Shot from Babe's point of view. Farmer, then the dogs walk across the screen. Of the farmer, only his legs and feet are visible. Music in. Military-type variation on Theme 3, "Animal" theme in F major. Lots of brass and drums used.
0:11:18 Cut to Babe and the dogs. Conversation begins between them as Babe asks where they are all going. They tell him they are sheepdogs and are going to the fields to take care of the sheep. Babe joins them as they walk.
0:11:33 Cut to the gate to the farm swinging open.
0:11:35 Music out. Sudden bang as gate is fully open and hits wall.
0:11:37 Music in. Slightly slower version of Theme 3 in F major, on strings, flute and oboe.
0:11:45 Music fades away to nothing.
0:11:46 Cut to close up of Fly. Fly tells Babe that he is not allowed to come to the fields with them.
0:11:50 Cut to close up of Babe's face.
0:11:52 Cut to close up of Fly's face.
0:11:54 Cut to Fly and Babe. Fly runs away, out of shot.
0:11:57 Shot from Fly's point of view. Cut to Babe, other side of gate railings, looking sad.
0:12:02 Cut to Babe running across farmyard towards a shed. Vague animal noises are heard coming from the shed. Music in. String and piccolo melody, based on Theme 3, in F major.
0:12:11 Cut to Babe arriving at entrance to shed.
0:12:12 Close up of Babe. He says, "Hello, excuse me?"
0:12:13 Detailed close up shot of the shed door.
0:12:14 Sheep's voice says, "Dog, wolf". Music out. Discussion between sheep and Babe (through door) as Babe explains that he is not a dog, but a pig.
0:12:19 Cut to Babe entering shed.
0:12:21 Cut to the sheep, inside shed. Shot from Babe's point of view.
0:12:24 Discussion begins between Babe and the sheep, who he discovers is called Maa, where Maa and Babe get to know each other, and Maa tells Babe that dogs are evil.
0:12:25 Close up of Babe's face.
0:12:27 Close up of Maa's face.
0:12:30 Close up of Babe's face.
0:12:32 Close up of Maa's face.
0:12:33 Cut to outside view of shed.
0:12:35 Farmer's wife comes into view as she stands up.
0:12:36 Close up of wife's face, looking puzzled.
0:12:37 Wife bends down and continues her gardening. Camera follows.
0:12:38 Music in. Source music as wife begins to hum to herself the tune to the hymn, "All Things Bright and Beautiful".
0:12:39 Cut to close up of carrots in a basket.
0:12:42 Source music out. Cut to inside shed, close up shot of Maa.
0:12:44 Close up of Babe's face. Conversation continues on the evils of dogs.
0:12:46 Music in. B flat minor. Sinister meandering string figure around diminished sevenths on B flat, high up, bass drum pulse on first beat of bar (duple time). Very low meandering brass figure on the sequence of notes G, C, B flat, A, G, D.
0:12:54 Close up of Maa's face.
0:12:56 Close up of Babe's face.
0:13:06 Slow zoom in on Babe's face, looking horrified at what Maa has told him about dogs. Music settles with a long held note, D flat, on the clarinet, which is repeated an octave lower on low strings, and then repeated again an octave lower again on low brass.
0:13:13 Music out. Image of Babe's face slowly fades out as the next shot, of a horse and cart slowly fades in. At one point both images are seen on screen at the same time.
0:13:17 Horse and cart, walking on a track, towards the camera.
0:13:23 Cut to Babe, in the barn, looking out at the farmyard. The view is from just behind Babe's head.
0:13:24 Babe's point of view of the horse and cart and the dogs following behind as they as all walk across the farmyard. Narrator in. Begins, "Babe couldn't believe what the sheep had told him...".
0:13:29 Cut to Babe's point of view as Fly walks towards him.
0:13:33 Cut to close up of Babe's face.
0:13:37 Narrator out.
0:13:38 Cut to close up of Fly. Fly says, "Hello Babe, had a good day?"
0:13:41 Close up of Babe, looking unhappy. Says, "Yes, thank you".
0:13:43 Standard shot of Fly walking towards Babe and then licking his face.
0:13:45 Babe giggles.
0:13:46 Music in. Gentle pastoral melody in F major on the oboe with a string accompaniment.
0:13:51 Narrator in. Says that everything is alright and that the sheep must have been wrong about dogs, because Fly is so lovely.
0:13:52 Cut to high shot of the whole of the inside of the barn.
0:13:58 Narrator out. Iris out to end scene. Music out.
0:14:00 Black screen.
0:14:01 Chapter heading screen, `Crime and Punishment'. Series of menacing minor brass chords on C, B, G and C sharp.
0:14:07 Music out. Pastoral scene, sun rising.
0:14:09 Cut to inside chicken shed. Cockerel strutting. Theme 4, "Chicken" theme enters, in same key and on same instruments as at 0:09:16.
0:14:27 Music out. Sound of alarm clock ringing loudly.
0:14:28 Cut to farmer's wife, who suddenly sits up in bed.
0:14:30 Cut to close up of alarm clock, still ringing, with the bedroom window in the background, out of focus.
0:14:31 Cut to wife turning the alarm clock off.
0:14:32 Music in. Comical-sounding meandering bassoon figure. Cut to close up of the alarm clock as before, but this time Ferdinand the duck's face, looking alarmed, is visible in the background.
0:14:38 Cut to farmer's wife, waking farmer. Music out.
0:14:39 Cut to inside of stationary car, containing the farmer and his wife. Music in. The accompaniment only of Theme 4, on full orchestra.
0:14:42 Cut to outside car as it drives off.
0:14:46 Held note on low strings, C.
0:14:47 Cut to outside of farmhouse.
0:14:49 Cut to dogs in barn. Camera pans across dogs, then Babe, all asleep.
0:14:52 Cut to close up of a patch of hay.
0:14:53 Ferdinand's head pokes out of the hay.
0:14:57 Music out.
0:14:58 Cut to close up of Babe's head. He is now awake.
0:15:01 Ferdinand speaks to Babe, telling him he desperately needs his help for something very important. Music in. Comical, lower-register meandering figure on bassoon.
0:15:03 Cut to close up of Babe's face.
0:15:05 Close up of Ferdinand.
0:15:07 Ferdinand runs out of the barn and Babe follows him.
0:15:14 Cut to Babe and Ferdinand outside the farmhouse. They both turn and walk up a wooden staircase on the outside of the house. Low shot, looking up.
0:15:20 Cut to Ferdinand and Babe standing outside the bedroom window, looking in.
0:15:22 Ferdinand says, "You see it?"
0:15:23 View from inside of the bedroom. Close up of alarm clock, out of focus, with Ferdinand and Babe's faces in the window in the back ground (in focus).
0:15:25 Ferdinand's and Babe's faces disappear from the window.
0:15:26 Cut to the front door of the farmhouse. Camera pans down and across to view small wooden hut next to the door. Babe's voice is audible. He is planning how to get into the house to steal the alarm clock without waking th e cat, who is inside.
0:15:29 Babe's and Ferdinand's tails become visible, poking out from behind the wooden hut.
0:15:33 Cut to close up of Ferdinand's face, in the dark.
0:15:35 Cut to close up of Babe's face, still talking about the plan.
0:15:38 Close up of Ferdinand's face, also talking.
0:15:46 Close up of Babe's face.
0:15:47 Cut to duck, outside hut, walking in. Babe follows.
0:15:50 Cut to inside hut. Close up of Ferdinand's face. Conversation continues. Music in. Mournful, but slightly grotesque tune on cello, with lots of chromatic slides and pizzicato strings as accompaniment. In G minor.
0:15:53 Close up of Babe's face.
0:15:57 Close up of Ferdinand.
0:16:01 As conversation continues, camera continues to alternate between Babe and Ferdinand, normally depending on who is talking at the time.
0:16:48 Babe walks out of the hut. Shot from Ferdinand's point of view. Music out.
0:16:56 Cut to front door of the farmhouse, from Babe's point of view.
0:16:57 Cut to Ferdinand, standing outside hut, watching Babe.
0:16:59 Cut to Babe as he struggles to squeeze through the cat-flap into the house. Shot from Ferdinand's point of view.
0:17:03 Cut to close up of Ferdinand's face, looking worried.
0:17:05 Cut to overhead shot of the kitchen. Music in. Bar 7 of `Pizzicati' is repeated three times, before we hear bars 8 to 15.
0:17:06 Babe enters through a door to the left of the screen, walks across the kitchen and leaves by a door on the right.
0:17:11 Cut to close up of Babe walking slowly towards the camera.
0:17:15 Shot from inside the house, view of Ferdinand's face looking in through a window, still looking worried.
0:17:17 Cut to close up of cat, lying asleep on the floor.
0:17:18 Cut back to Ferdinand's face in window.
0:17:19 Cut to close up of Babe, shot at his level, walking towards the camera.
0:17:21 Cut to close up of cat, with Babe in the background walking across the room. Camera pans across, following Babe, and so the cat goes out of view.
0:17:23 Cut to close up of Babe wedge between the corner of a sofa and a table leg.
0:17:27 Shot from behind of Babe, still wedged.
0:17:28 Shot from front of same.
0:17:34 Cut to overhead view of sleeping cat. Hear cat snoring.
0:17:36 Shot from behind of Babe, still wedged. Music in. Bars 16 to 23 of `Pizzicati'.
0:17:39 Overhead view of the table, shaking as Babe tries to free himself. Pots of paint and turps, basket of balls of wool and a half-finished dolls house are all on the table.
0:17:41 Cut to close up of basket of balls of wool and the dolls house.
0:17:42 One ball of wool falls out of the basket and begins rolling, unravelling as it does so, towards the camera.
0:17:44 Cut to side view of ball rolling, hitting a spoon, which then flicks up and hits a china jug, producing a "ting" sound.
0:17:45 Low shot, from ground level, as ball rolls of table, still unravelling, and across floor.
0:17:46 Close up Ferdinand's face in window, looking as if he is panicking a bit.
0:17:47 Shot from floor level. Close up of ball rolling very fast towards the cat, who is visible in the background.
0:17:49 Cut to overhead close up of the cat as the ball rolls towards her and stops as soon it reaches her. Music out.
0:17:52 Close up of Ferdinand's face in window, looking more and more worried.
0:17:53 Cut to close up of Babe's snout. Music in. Bars 23 (beat 4) to 28.
0:17:55 Cut to view of line of wool across floor which is now suspended about two inches from the floor. Shot from Babe's point of view.
0:17:58 Shot at floor level. Close up of Babe's legs stepping over the wool. His last leg catches on the wool and begins to drag it.
0:18:00 Cut to close up of basket of wool and dolls house.
0:18:01 Close up of Ferdinand's face, quacking and shaking his head in panic. Muffled quacking is audible.
0:18:02 Cut to close up of Babe's face, oblivious to the duck's panic.
0:18:04 Close up of Ferdinand's face, more panicked.
0:18:06 Close up of Babe.
0:18:07 Close up of Ferdinand, now jumping up and down and flapping his wings.
0:18:09 Close up of Babe's face. A tapping sound is now audible, as well as the muffled quacking.
0:18:11 Close up of Babe, who begins to walk away with the wool still caught on his foot.
0:18:12 Close up of Ferdinand in the window, tapping frantically on the window with his beak.
0:18:13 Cut to view from behind Ferdinand's head, looking through window at Babe. Music fades out.
0:18:15 Close up of Ferdinand's face in the window, muttering. Hear muttering sound, but it is very muffled so we cannot hear what Ferdinand is saying.
0:18:16 Close up of Babe.
0:18:17 Close up of Ferdinand in the window, shouting and flapping his wings.
0:18:19 Cut to Babe, standing still.
0:18:22 Babe turns and walks off, the wool now wrapped tightly round his leg. Shouting from the duck and tapping noise are audible. Music in. Bars 15 (beat 4) to 23 of `Pizzicati'.
0:18:25 Close up of Ferdinand. Now flapping wings, shouting and tapping on the window.
0:18:27 Close up of dolls house and basket of balls of wool on table. Suspended length of wool stretches against a delicate piece of wood on the dolls house, which snaps.
0:18:29 Cut to close up of the tins of paint and turps on the table, being pushed towards the edge of the table.
0:18:31 Cut to Ferdinand, now jumping up and down.
0:18:32 Close up of tins on table, even closer to the edge of the table.
0:18:33 Cut to Ferdinand, jumping up and down and shouting.
0:18:34 Cut to Babe walking away with the wool round his leg. Shot from just behind Babe.
0:18:38 Cut to Ferdinand flying into the room shouting "Stop!"
0:18:40 High shot as duck lands on the floor in front of Babe, still shouting "Stop! Stop!" Music out.
0:18:41 Close up of Babe's face.
0:18:42 Close up of Ferdinand as he walks towards Babe.
0:18:43 Close up detailed shot of Ferdinand's beak unhooking the wool from around Babe's leg.
0:18:48 Close up of Babe's face. Ferdinand says, "Get out, now!"
0:19:00 Babe turns and walks away.
0:19:03 Cut to close up of Ferdinand with Babe walking away in the background.
0:19:09 Ferdinand turns and waddles off. Music in. Bars 18-22 of `Pizzicati', with the last three bars developed and extended slightly.
0:19:15 Cut to side view of Ferdinand climbing the stairs.
0:19:17 Low shot, from bottom of stairs of the back of Ferdinand as he climbs the stairs. Viewed through wooden railings of the banister.
0:19:26 Cut to low shot of the alarm clock on the dressing table. Ticking noise comes in. Shot from Ferdinand's point of view. Music out.
0:19:28 Cut to Ferdinand, from the alarm clock's point of view (if it could see). Babe walks into the room and walks towards Ferdinand.
0:19:29 Cut to close up of Ferdinand, looking shocked. Says "I thought I told you to stay outside?" Conversation between Ferdinand and Babe begins.
0:19:31 Cut to close up of Babe's face.
0:19:33 Close up of Ferdinand's face. Says, "Not one more word."
0:19:37 Cut to Babe, who says, "Alright". Babe turns and walks out of shot.
0:19:38 Cut to Ferdinand preparing to jump.
0:19:39 Cut to Ferdinand landing on the dressing table and walking towards the alarm clock. Camera pans across. Music in. Begins with an octave leap on the dominant, B flat, played by bassoon, then bars 7-11 of `Pizzicati'.
0:19:43 Cut to close up of Ferdinand's beak pushing the alarm clock off the dressing table.
0:19:46 Cut to Babe's point of view of the clock falling off the table.
0:19:47 Ferdinand's point of view as alarm clock lands on the bed, and so makes no noise (apart from the constant ticking) as it lands. As the alarm clock falls, there is a quick chromatic descent from E flat to B flat on basso on.
0:19:50 High shot of Ferdinand and Babe walking out of the bedroom. Music in. Bars 18-22 of `Pizzicati'.
0:19:52 Same view as at 0:19:17, this time of Ferdinand and Babe coming down the stairs. The rising musical sequence, based on bars 21 and 22 of `Pizzicati', that was used when Babe and Ferdinand were walking up the stairs is r eplaced by a downward sequence. The music also modulates through a number of minor keys.
0:19:57 Side view of Ferdinand and Babe coming down the stairs.
0:20:00 Standard shot of Babe and Ferdinand walking back into the living room where the cat is still sleeping. Music out, ending on a dominant chord.
0:20:03 Cut to close up of the sleeping cat, stretching, with the half-unravelled ball of wool in her paw. Menacing music comes in, not taken from `Pizzicati'. A descending E to E flat on bassoon is followed by an eerie, minor key version of `Pizzicati' played on pizzicato upper strings and glockenspiel. Played much slower than previously, although still with rubato.
0:20:04 Same shot, further away.
0:20:07 Cut to close up of Ferdinand's face. Ferdinand gulps (audibly and visibly).
0:20:09 Cut to close up of Babe holding the alarm clock in his mouth. Ticking gets louder.
0:20:11 Cut to close up of cat, stretching even further, with the ball of wool still in her paw.
0:20:12 Close up of the line of wool stretched round the back of the tins of paint and turps, pushing them further towards the edge of the table.
0:20:13 Close up of dolls house as more delicate pieces of wood snap off.
0:20:13 (later) Extreme close up of paint tin being shunted to the edge of the table.
0:20:15 Close up of Ferdinand gulping (audibly and visibly).
0:20:16 Cut to close up of the cat, purring. Bassoon plays E to E flat figure again.
0:20:20 Close up of Ferdinand's face, looking very nervous.
0:20:21 Cut to close up of Ferdinand's feet, stepping careful over the line of wool.
0:20:24 Close up of Babe's face, still holding the alarm clock in his mouth.
0:20:25 Close up of Babe's feet stepping over the wool very carefully. Music in. E minor version of bars 7-9 of `Pizzicati'.
0:20:28 Close up of Ferdinand's face, looking as if he is about to sneeze. Music is held on a chord of E flat.
0:20:29 Close up of Babe as he begs Ferdinand to hold in his sneeze as he will wake the duck otherwise. Bars 10-11 of `Pizzicati' played, even slower, on flute with pizzicato string accompaniment.
0:20:30 Close up of Ferdinand, looks even more likely to sneeze.
0:20:32 Close up of Babe, says "No!"
0:20:33 Close up of Ferdinand, says "Aaaaaaa......."
0:20:34 Very close up shot of the cats' eyes as they flick open. High dominant seventh chord (on B flat), on flute and bowed strings.
0:20:35 Hear alarm clock hit the ground and start ringing. No longer ticking noise. Music out.
0:20:36 Cut to outside shot of farmhouse in the distance. Music in. Very loud and full drawn out perfect cadence. On strings and woodwind. Very loud sound effects, including the alarm clock ringing, cat screeching, duck squawki ng and the dolls house, paints, etc. all falling on the floor.
0:20:45 Iris out to small hole to end scene. Music out.
0:20:48 Unexpectedly, iris back in to larger hole. Music in. More of the drawn out cadence.
0:20:50 Iris very quickly back in, expanding so the image fills the whole screen again, then iris out completely immediately afterwards, to black screen.
0:20:52 Music out.
0:20:53 Cut to truck pulling up to farmhouse. Shot through a wooden trellis. Could be from the point of view of Babe or Ferdinand in hiding, or any other small animal.
0:20:56 Truck stops, farmer gets out.
0:20:58 Cut to inside farmhouse.
0:21:02 Farmer walks into the kitchen, followed by his wife. Source music in, as the wife hums an unrecognised tune to herself. High shot.
0:21:05 Camera pans across kitchen to take in kitchen table, covered with pots of jam and marmalade.
0:21:08 Camera stops panning as cat, covered in yellow paint, comes into shot.
0:21:12 Cat meows and holds her paw out. Close up.
0:21:14 Cut to close up of farmer's face, looking very shocked. Source music out. `Horror' chord comes in on very high strings, with a meandering bassoon and horn bass line.
0:21:15 Cut to close up of farmer's wife who gasps, also looking very shocked.
0:21:16 Overhead view of the living room, covered in paint and mess everywhere.
0:21:19 Close up of farmer's face, looking cross, eyes scanning the room.
0:21:21 From farmer's point of view, camera pans across and up and down around room.
0:21:24 Camera stops as two sets of footprints (belonging to a pig and a duck), in paint on the floor come into view.
0:21:27 Music out. Close up of farmer's legs and feet.
0:21:28 Rex suddenly appears in between the farmers legs looking angry. A menacing chord on C sharp minor on low strings comes in as we see Rex.
0:21:30 Cut to inside barn, very dark. Camera slowly zooms in on a hole in the top of the wall that divides the barn in two. Rex's voice, sounding particularly stern, can be heard telling off Babe for going into the house again st his orders.
0:21:38 Camera looks down through hole. Overhead shot of Rex, standing on a high stack of bales of hay, with Babe sitting on the floor in front of him, covered in blue paint. Assorted animals are sitting round the edge of the b arn.
0:21:50 Cut to close up of Babe, looking ashamed.
0:21:53 Close up of Rex, still talking.
0:21:58 Close up of puppies, looking down at the proceedings from a high ledge.
0:21:59 Close up of two lambs sitting on hay bales, also watching.
0:22:02 Close up Rex.
0:22:05 Close up of chickens, also watching.
0:22:08 Close up of Babe.
0:22:11 Close up of Rex, with the horse standing next to him.
0:22:14 Close up of Babe.
0:22:15 Close up of Rex.
0:22:23 View of Babe from just behind Rex's head.
0:22:28 Close up of cow, also watching.
0:22:29 Cut to outside barn, very dark and is nighttime.
0:22:30 Narrator in. Begins, "Rex continued long into the night..."
0:22:34 Cut to outside farmhouse, lights on inside. Camera zooms in slightly.
0:22:39 Cut to outside kitchen window of farmhouse, looking in on the farmer and his wife.
0:22:43 Wife starts talking about what meat they are going to eat on Christmas Day this year.
0:22:45 Iris out on wife to end scene.
0:22:51 Close up of the weather vane on top of the farmhouse roof. Sunrise and trees in the background.
0:22:55 Cut to Babe and the puppies running across the grass towards a shed.
0:23:09 Cut to Babe running into the shed. Shot from inside of the shed. Puppies whimper and run back.
0:23:10 Cut to inside shed. Very dark.
0:23:14 Close up view of meat hooks hanging from the ceiling.
0:23:16 Close up Babe's face, looking scared.
0:23:22 Close up of a row of knives hanging on the wall, and a cross-stitch design that reads, "What you eat today, walks and talks tomorrow."
0:23:29 Close up Ferdinand peering round an upright piece of wood at Babe.
0:23:30 Babe says, "Ferdinand!". Close up of Babe's face.
0:23:31 Duck says "Shush!". Begins conversation with Babe, telling him he is in hiding after the incident in the house.
0:23:36 Close up on Babe's face. Conversation continues.
0:23:38 Close up on Ferdinand's face.
0:23:40 Close up on Babe's face.
0:23:42 Close up on Ferdinand's face.
0:23:44 Close up on Babe's face.
0:23:47 Close up Ferdinand's face.
0:23:51 Close up Babe's face.
0:23:55 Babe walks out of the shed.
0:23:57 Cut to close up shot of a bucket of pig food, being tipped up into a trough by the farmer's wife.
0:24:01 Close up of Babe's face as he eats.
0:24:04 Close up shot of the wife standing nearby watching Babe eat.
0:24:06 Close up of Babe eating.
0:24:08 Close up of three mice, sitting by the trough, singing Toreador's Aria from Bizet's `Carmen'. Sung at a much faster pace than the original. (Source music).
0:24:11 Iris out on mice to end scene.
0:24:14 Orchestra play Toreador's Aria, again much faster. Black screen.
0:24:19 Sound of birds singing.
0:24:20 Low shot of the tops of some trees bright blue sky.
0:24:21 Camera pans down and to the left, past various signs that the farmer and his wife have put up at the entrance to the farm.
0:24:22 Standard shot of the farmer banging a sign into the ground.
0:24:25 Close up of sign, which says, `Pups For Sale'.
0:24:28 Narrator in. Tells us that Fly's pups are going to be leaving the farm, but that Fly did not want to see them go.
0:24:42 Close up shot of the puppies in a pen.
0:24:46 Fly runs from the puppies in the pen to Rex and sits beside him.
0:24:48 Narrator out.
0:24:50 Close up of woman's arm reaching into the puppies' pen.
0:24:52 Close up of woman holding pup. She gives it to a little girl who is standing beside her.
0:24:57 Close up of woman as she hands a second puppy to a little boy.
0:25:01 Close up of Fly's face, looking sad.
0:25:07 Close up of farmer as he hands three puppies to a man.
0:25:11 Close up of farmer counting a wad of bank notes.
0:25:13 Close up of farmer's face, looking a little sad.
0:25:15 Close up pf Fly's face.
0:25:17 Close up of Rex's face, looking a little sad.
0:25:20 Close up of Fly's face.
0:25:21 Close up of man holding the three puppies, smiling.
0:25:23 Zoom in on Fly's face.
0:25:32 Cut to Fly lying on the floor in the barn.
0:25:34 From Fly's point of view, the farmer walks up and strokes her.
0:25:37 Farmer walks off, still from Fly's point of view.
0:25:39 Fly's point of view as Rex sees her.
0:25:41 Sound of farmer whistling.
0:25:42 Rex runs off to the farmer.
0:25:43 Close up on Fly's face.
0:25:51 Cut to Babe, entering barn.
0:25:56 Close up Babe's face, says "Fly?"
0:25:58 "May I call you Mum?"
0:26:01 Close up on Fly's face.
0:26:04 Cut to Babe, as Fly gets up and begins to lick Babe's face.
0:26:08 Scene begins to fade out as new scene fades in.
0:26:09 New scene. Outside, farmhouse in distance, cart in foreground. Nighttime. Narrator in. "Babe had found his place on the farm...". Tells us how happy Babe is.
0:26:12 Zoom in on Babe who is sitting underneath the cart.
0:26:14 Close up of Babe's face.
0:26:21 Narrator out.
0:26:22 Chapter heading screen appears, `Pork Is A Nice Sweet Meat'.
0:26:27 Mice say, "Pork is a nice sweet meat".
0:26:31 Cut to outside low shot of farmer up a ladder attaching a star to the top of a big Christmas tree.
0:26:36 Car horn is heard beeping. Farmer starts climbing down the ladder. Camera pans down as he does so.
0:26:38 Cut to shot of car driving down the drive towards the farmhouse.
0:26:43 Close up of farmer and his wife smiling as they walk towards the people who are getting out of the car. Say "Merry Christmas" to each other.
0:26:46 A woman drags a little girl out of the car and towards the farmer and his wife.
0:26:49 Close up of the farmer as he picks up a little boy.
0:26:50 Close up of the wife as she bends down and waves a sweet in front of the little girl's face. Girl begins to scream.
0:26:56 Outside shot of farmhouse from a distance. Audible dialogue, coming from inside the house, about what meat they are going to eat for Christmas Day.
0:27:00 Camera scans down and a sheep, a goat and a horse come into view in the foreground.
0:27:03 Sheep says, "Darn silly carry-on if you ask me".
0:27:06 Cut to shot at the front of the animals as they continue speaking about Christmas.
0:27:08 Cut to weathervane on roof. Low shot, looking up. Ferdinand is sitting on the weather vane and swinging round and round, saying, "Christmas is carnage!" over and over.
0:27:18 Low shot as Ferdinand flies off the weather vane in a panic.
0:27:20 Close up of two ducks by a pond.
0:27:22 Close up shot, from a small animal's point-of view, of the two children's faces bending over and making faces, looking very menacing.
0:27:26 Close up of Babe's tummy, with the farmer's wife holding a tape measure across it.
0:27:28 Close up of farmer's face, looking worried.
0:27:31 Close up of wife's face. Says, "Oooh". Looks pleased.
0:27:36 Close up of Babe's tummy and the tape measure again.
0:27:39 Close up of wife's had as she tickles Babe's tummy.
0:27:40 Close up of Babe's face, laughing.
0:27:41 Close up wife's face smiling.
0:27:42 Close up of Fly's face, looking worried.
0:27:45 Standard shot of wife and children walking back to the farmhouse.
0:27:48 Close up Maa. Says, "Barbarians".
0:27:52 Standard shot of Babe running towards Maa.
0:27:55 Close up Maa's face as she tells Babe he might not get to see her again.
0:28:00 Close up Babe's face.
0:28:01 Close up Maa's face.
0:28:06 Horse and cart and Maa, tied onto the back with rope, walk away.
0:28:11 Close up Babe as he sings `Jingle Bells'.
0:28:23 Close up detailed shot of icing sugar falling onto a cake decorated with Christmas figures.
0:28:26 Wife's face and a sieve come into view as camera pans up.
0:28:28 Wife says, "Are you doing him tonight then?". She is talking about killing the pig.
0:28:33 Close up farmer's face. Says, "Pity".
0:28:43 Close up of wife. Have a conversation about whether to kill the pig or not because if they keep him they might win prizes for meat at next year's fair.
0:28:46 Close up of farmer's face.
0:28:52 Close up of wife's face.
0:28:56 Close up of farmer's face.
0:29:00 Close up of wife's face.
0:29:03 Close up of farmer's face and hand as he begins to sharpen a knife.
0:29:06 Cut to outside farmhouse. Nighttime.
0:29:13 Zoom in on Babe sitting underneath the cart.
0:29:17 Cut to Fly in barn, lying in the hay.
0:29:19 Sound of footsteps comes in. Fly stirs.
0:29:21 Close up of Fly's face, looking worried.
0:29:25 Close up of Babe's face. Sound of footsteps gets louder, as if they are getting nearer.
0:29:31 Cut to outside a shed, with a light on inside. Gunshot is heard.
0:29:35 Close up of Fly, lies back down on the hay.
0:29:40 Close up of Babe.
0:20:45 Cut to outside of shed. Light goes out.#
0:29:47 Farmer walks out of shed.
0:29:49 Close up of Babe.
0:29:52 Cut to farmer walking back to farmhouse.
0:29:58 Close up of the cat, lurking in the shadows of the farmhouse.
0:30:01 Close up of Babe.
0:30:04 Close up of the cat.
0:30:08 Screen goes black.
0:30:10 Cut to inside farmhouse. Shot from inside of cow and Babe looking in to the house through the window.
0:30:15 Wife is heard saying, "Here it is!"
0:30:16 Cut to family sitting round table as the wife walks in carrying the roast meat, saying, "It's duck l'orange!"
0:30:22 Cut back to cow and Babe, this time shot from outside.
0:30:25 Cut to Ferdinand waddling towards them.
0:30:26 Babe says, "Ferdinand!"
0:30:28 Close up of cow's face. Says, "If you're out here, then who's that in there?"
0:30:31 Cut to Ferdinand and Babe. Ferdinand says, "Her name's Rosanna..." and goes on to speak about what a nice duck she was etc.
0:30:34 Cut to inside house. Close up of the son-in-law carving the meat.
0:30:40 Close up of wife's face looking excited.
0:30:43 Cut to cow, Ferdinand and Babe looking in through the window. Shot from inside.
0:30:49 Close up of Ferdinand's face. Talking about leaving the farm because he is scared of being eaten.
0:31:00 Close up of cow's face as he says that Ferdinand needs to accept that, "The way things are is the way things are".
0:31:04 Close up of Ferdinand's face.
0:31:06 "Wipe" scene change by use of a vertical line crossing the screen from left to right.
0:31:09 Overhead shot of Babe following Ferdinand as they walk towards the gate at the entrance to the farm.
0:31:13 Close up of Ferdinand as he tells Babe that he is leaving the farm.
0:31:15 Cut to standard shot of Ferdinand walking towards the gate.
0:31:19 Ferdinand jumps.
0:31:20 Cut to Ferdinand landing on top of the gate.
0:31:21 Close up of Babe's face as he says goodbye to Ferdinand.
0:31:22 Cut to Ferdinand sitting on top of the gate, shot from Babe's point of view.
0:31:24 Close up of Babe.]
0:31:26 Close up of Ferdinand as he asks Babe to swing the gate open.
0:31:29 Close up of Babe as he walks up to the gate.
0:31:31 Detail shot of latch opening.
0:31:32 Close up of Ferdinand as the gate swings open.
0:31:35 Close up of Ferdinand as he propelled of the gate into the air.
0:31:36 Close up of Babe watching Ferdinand fly away.
0:31:38 Cut to Babe's point of a view of a different gate (at the entrance to one of the fields). Sheep noises are heard.
0:31:41 Close up of Babe's face, looking puzzled.
0:31:46 Cut to shot of field. No sheep visible, but sheep noises are louder than before. Narrator in. Tells that Babe can sense that something is wrong with the sheep.
0:31:50 Narrator out.
0:31:51 Close up of Babe as he runs towards the sheep's' field.
0:31:54 Cut to side view of Babe running.
0:31:56 Cut to inside of farmhouse. Overhead shot of a present being unwrapped to reveal a fax machine.
0:31:58 Cut to close up of wife's face looking confused as she asks, "What is it?"
0:32:02 Cut to son-in-law explaining that it is a fax machine.
0:32:04 Cut to close up of wife's face, as she says "Oh".
0:32:11 Cut back to Babe running through a gap in a hedge to reach the sheep's' field.
0:32:14 From Babe's point of view, shot of sheep in distance.
0:32:18 Close up of Babe's face looking worried.
0:32:21 Cut back to Babe's view of the sheep and two men attempting to herd the sheep into the back of a lorry. (Still from a distance).
0:32:26 Close up of Babe's face.
0:32:28 Close up of a viscous-looking dog's jaws.
0:32:29 From dog's point of view. Close up of sheep running round confused. Sheep noises now very loud, as well as sound of dogs barking.
0:32:32 Cut to Babe running towards the dogs and sheep.
0:32:39 Close up of sheep from Babe's point of view.
0:32:41 Close up of one of the men as he says, "Hey, Frank, you feel like pork for dinner tonight?"
0:32:43 Close up of Maa as she says to Babe, "Young-un, you're alive!"
0:32:45 Close up of Babe as he asks, "What's happening, who are these men?"
0:32:48 Cut to man as he says, "Don't worry, I'll get him out" (talking about Babe).
0:32:50 Close up of man's face as he whistles.
0:32:51 Close up of one of the dogs leaping over the sheep to Babe.
0:32:54 Cut to Babe, saying "Where's our boss, It doesn't seem right".
0:32:56 Close up of dog running, looking vicious.
0:32:57 Close up as dog runs into the side of Babe, knocking him over.
0:32:58 Cut to Babe running out of field through a gap in the fence, squealing, with the dog chasing him.
0:32:59 Close up of dog, stuck in the gap in the fence, barking and growling.
0:33:01 Cut to inside of farmhouse as the little girl unwraps her dolls house.
0:33:04 Close up of dolls house and girl starting to cry in the background.
0:33:07 Close up of little girl with the farmer's wife approaching in the background.
0:33:08 Close up of wife as she asks, "What's the matter, dear?"
0:33:09 Close up of girl as she replies, "It's the wrong one. I want the house I saw on the television." Starts crying again.
0:33:15 Close up of Fly, inside the farmhouse, as her ears prick up. Sound of Babe squealing in the background.
0:33:18 Cut to Babe running towards the farmhouse.
0:33:22 Cut to Fly as she runs towards the farmhouse door.
0:33:23 Close up of farmer's face, looking worried.
0:33:24 Cut to Fly running out of the door towards Babe.
0:33:26 Cut to Rex running out of the door towards Babe.
0:33:28 Cut to farmer looking at the dogs from the kitchen window.
0:33:30 Close up of farmer's face looking worried.
0:33:33 Cut to farmer running out of the door and into his truck.
0:33:38 Shot from ground level, of the truck driving away.
0:33:40 Cut to Fly running towards the sheep field.
0:33:42 Cut to the two men herding the sheep into the back of the lorry.
0:33:47 Close up of man's face as he whistles.
0:33:48 Cut to shot of the sheep that have not been put into the lorry, and the dogs belonging to the two men running through the middle of the sheep towards the lorry.
0:33:50 Cut to men shutting the back of the lorry.
0:33:52 Lorry drives off.
0:33:58 Cut to Fly barking at the lorry.
0:33:59 Fly's view of the lorry driving away.
0:34:03 Cut to the farmer's truck driving into the field with Rex barking and running alongside the truck.
0:34:14 Cut to farmer's point of view of the broken gate lying on the floor as he picks it up and tries to reattach it.
0:34:16 Close up of farmer's face looking at where the lorry has just driven away, looking sad and angry.
0:34:23 Farmer walks towards Fly, pats her on the head, and says, "Good dog".
0:34:28 Walks to Babe, pats him on the head and says, "Good piggy".
0:34:34 Cut to close up of Rex looking annoyed.
0:34:35 Cut to farmer as he picks up Babe and carries him to the truck. From Rex's point of view.
0:34:39 Rex's view of Fly jumping into the back of the truck.
0:34:40 Overhead shot of the farmer's truck driving out of the field (from a distance).
0:34:47 Scene fades out to a black screen.
0:34:51 Cut to sheep in field, now nighttime, with fireworks going off in the background.
0:34:54 Close up of sheep's' faces, all looking at the fireworks in the sky and saying, "Aaaahh".
0:34:59 Close up of a rocket being lit by someone's hand.
0:35:03 Camera follows rocket as it shoots into the air.
0:35:05 Cut to children's faces, with the adults standing in the background, all watching the fireworks in the sky.
0:35:10 Cut to adults as conversation begins between everyone apart from the farmer. Talk about how silly the farmer is for thinking that Babe could be a "watch-pig".
0:35:22 Camera pans down to reveal Rex sitting beside the farmer.
0:35:25 Cut Fly, Babe and two lambs lying side by side on the ground. Source music in. Mice singing "Blue Moon". Mice are just visible at the far left of the screen.
0:35:27 Camera pans to the left and consequently mice are more clearly visible.
0:35:33 Iris out on mice to end scene.
0:35:40 Black screen.
0:35:41 Chapter heading appears, `A Pig That Thinks It's A Dog'.
0:35:43 Mice say, "A pig that thinks it's a dog", then giggle.
0:35:47 Farmer's point of view, from inside the house looking out on farmyard. Group of hens standing still with Babe standing in the middle of them.
0:35:50 Camera zooms out to reveal the farmer's face, watching the hens and Babe.
0:35:57 Cut to farmer, wife, daughter and son-in-law talking in the kitchen while they dry the dishes.
0:35:59 Cut to daughter as she begins talking about what lovely Christmas presents they all received.
0:36:08 Cut to son-in-law sitting at the kitchen table as he begins to talk to the farmer about his cash flow.
0:36:21 Cut to farmer, still watching Babe and the hens, as he points out to his son-in-law that Babe has separated the hens according to their colour into a brown group and a white group.
0:36:25 Cut to son-in-law as he continues to talk about the farmer's financial situation.
0:36:27 Farmer's point of view of the hens, separated into two groups.
0:36:30 Cut to farmer as he continues to talk about how clever Babe is for separating the hens.
0:36:42 Cut to wife and daughter looking very puzzled.
0:36:47 Cut to outside, farmer opening gate and walking through with Rex and Fly.
0:36:50 Cut to Babe running towards the open gate.
0:37:02 Cut to farmer as he turns and faces Babe, Rex and Fly.
0:37:03 Close up of farmer's face as he says, "Come Rex."
0:37:04 Cut to Rex and Fly. Rex runs out of shot to farmer.
0:37:05 Cut to Fly. Farmer says, "Come Fly".
0:37:06 Cut to close up of Babe, looking hopeful.
0:37:08 Farmer says, "Come pig".
0:37:10 Cut to Fly turning to look at Babe.
0:37:12 Close up farmer's face as he repeats, "Come pig".
0:37:13 Cut to Babe running through the gate.
0:37:15 Cut to Rex looking cross.
0:37:18 From a small animal's point of view, a horse and cart walk past. (Only see the wheels of the cart and the horse's legs).
0:37:21 Cut to Babe and Fly following the horse and cart. Conversation begins as they speculate as to why Babe is allowed to come to the fields today.
0:37:32 Cut to farmer opening the gate to a large pen in a field.
0:37:39 Close up of farmer's face as he calls to the two dogs.
0:37:40 Music in.
0:37:44 Close up shot of the group of sheep who are in the field.
0:37:48 Close up of farmer's face as he whistles.
0:37:50 Cut to dogs running towards and around the sheep.
0:37:53 Overhead shot of the pen.
0:37:54 Close up of Babe watching the dogs and sheep through the gate to the pen.
0:37:59 Close up of Fly with the sheep, all standing still and looking at each other.
0:38:08 Fly chases the sheep and they all start running again.
0:38:09 Close up of Babe, watching.
0:38:10 Overhead shot of the sheep walking into a smaller pen.
0:38:15 Close up of Fly following the sheep.
0:38:17 High shot of the farmer closing the gate to the pen which now contains all of the sheep.
0:38:21 Close up of Babe asking Fly questions, "How are you so quick?" etc.
0:38:25 Close up of Fly's face as she tells Babe that controlling the sheep is all about attitude and letting them know who's boss.
0:38:31 Close up of farmer sharpening a knife.
0:38:35 Cut to sheep in the pen.
0:38:37 Close up of a sheep's head being held by the farmer's hand.
0:38:40 Close up of the farmer's other hand shearing the sheep's wool off.
0:38:43 Close up of farmer's face looking down at the sheep as he shears.
0:38:45 Cut to the shorn sheep walking out of the pen.
0:38:52 Cut to farmer, sunset in the background, as he spreads out the sheepskins on the cart.
0:38:58 Close up of a horse eating out of a nosebag.
0:39:01 Cut to farmer sitting underneath a tree eating a sandwich.
0:39:07 Close up of Fly eating a piece of sandwich that has been thrown to her.
0:39:11 Close up of farmer eating.
0:39:12 Close up of Babe.
0:39:14 Cut to farmer throwing a piece of sandwich to Babe.
0:39:17 Cut to Babe eating the piece of sandwich.
0:30:19 Close up of Rex's face, looking annoyed.
0:39:22 Cut to the farmer and Rex walking to the gate.
0:39:28 Cut to close up of farmer's face, looking at Babe, saying "Get `em up, pig".
0:39:31 Close up of Rex's face looking cross.
0:39:33 Close up of Fly and Babe. Fly says, "He wants you to drive the sheep out of the pen."
0:39:35 Close up Fly's face as she says, "Make sure they know who's' boss. Go! Go!"
0:39:39 Overhead shot of Babe running into the pen towards the sheep, pretending to bark. Hear sheep laughing.
0:39:43 Close up of the sheep and Babe running round them. Babe continues to bark and the sheep carry on laughing.
0:39:52 Close up of Fly's face, looking worried.
0:39:54 Sheep and Babe are now standing still, looking at each other. Sheep are still laughing.
0:39:59 Cut to Babe running towards Fly asking for her help.
0:40:01 Close up of Babe's face.
0:40:04 Close up of Fly's face as she begins telling Babe how to gain control of the sheep.
0:40:08 Close up of Babe's face.
0:40:10 Close up of Fly's face, still talking.
0:40:14 Close up of Rex as he shouts, "Fly!"
0:40:16 Close up of Fly, talking to Rex.
0:40:19 Close up of Babe.
0:40:21 Close up of Fly telling Babe not to worry about Rex.
0:40:23 Close up of Rex as he shouts, "Fly!"
0:40:25 Close up of Fly as she says to Babe, "Go on!"
0:40:26 Cut to Babe running towards the sheep, trying to look menacing.
0:40:32 Close up of Babe's face as he starts shouting insults at the sheep.
0:40:38 Cut to sheep laughing.
0:40:41 Cut to close up of Babe's face as he narrows his eyes and starts to run.
0:40:43 Close up of Babe biting one of the sheep on the leg.
0:40:44 Cut to Maa looking shocked.
0:40:45 Close up of Babe's face, looking ashamed.
0:40:46 Cut to Maa, talking. "What's got into you?" etc.
0:40:52 Close up of Babe, saying that he is sorry.
0:40:54 Cut to Maa, still talking. Tells Babe that if he asks politely, they will do what he wants.
0:41:02 Cut to farmer, looking disappointed, as he walks towards the truck.
0:41:06 Cut to Fly and Rex talking to each other. Rex is angry with Fly for letting Babe try to do a sheepdog's job.
0:41:23 Cut to sheep talking to Babe.
0:41:26 Close up of Babe, apologising for biting one of the sheep.
0:41:28 Cut to sheep.
0:41:32 Cut to close up of Babe.
0:41:33 Cut to sheep.
0:41:36 Cut to Babe.
0:41:37 Cut to close up of Maa.
0:41:43 Overhead shot of Babe with the sheep standing in front of him.
0:41:46 Close up of Babe.
0:41:47 Sound of sheep's' hooves. Still a close up of Babe.
0:41:50 Fly's point of view through the fence of sheep's' legs walking past.
0:41:59 Cut to Babe leading the sheep in a straight line.
0:42:02 Cut to Fly running to farmer, barking.
0:42:06 Close up of farmer's face as he turns to look at Babe and the sheep.
0:42:08 Close up of Fly watching.
0:42:09 Close up of farmer's face as he watches, looking happy.
0:42:12 Farmer's point of view of the sheep walking around in a circle with Babe behind them.
0:42:18 Close up of Babe, thanking the sheep for their cooperation.
0:42:21 Close up of Maa's face as she tells him it was a pleasure.
0:42:23 Cut back to farmer as he scratches his head in amusement.
0:42:31 Cut to standard shot of horse and cart, with Babe and Fly sitting on the back, talking. (Fly is congratulating Babe on his good work with the sheep).
0:42:49 Scene fades out as the new scene fades in.
0:42:52 Shot of the night sky and a full moon.
0:42:55 Camera pans down to Rex who is lying down on a patch of grass.
0:43:01 Rex's point of view of Fly walking across the grass in front of him.
0:43:09 Rex's point of view as Fly turns and walks towards him.
0:43:13 Close up of Fly as she starts talking to Rex. Asks him to forget his problem with Babe.
0:43:25 Cut to Rex as he leaps up and shouts viciously at Fly.
0:43:30 Close up of Fly's face, looking shocked and scared.
0:43:32 Cut back to Rex as he starts barking and leaps towards Fly.
0:43:34 Cut to inside farmhouse. Farmer and wife are sitting at the kitchen table eating when they hear the dogs barking and fighting outside (very loud). Farmer gets up and walks towards the window.
0:43:37 Farmer's point of view, through the window, of the dogs fighting outside.
0:43:40 Farmer runs out of the door and over to the dogs.
0:43:45 Farmer tries to pull the dogs away from each other, shouting at them.
0:43:46 Close up as Rex bites the farmer's hand.
0:43:47 Cut to farmer looking at his hand, which is covered in blood.
0:43:50 Wife appears behind the farmer, looking worried.
0:43:53 Scene fades out as the new scene fades in.
0:43:54 New scene. Shot of fields with farmhouse in the distance. Very dreary-looking grey skies and light rain falling.
0:43:56 Scene fades out and new one fades in.
0:44:01 Shot from outside, farmer looking out of the kitchen window, looking sad.
0:44:02 Fades out as new shot fades in. Close up of Fly as she licks her wounded leg.
0:44:05 Fades out as new shot fades in. Narrator in. Begins, "A dark cloud had descended on the farm...".
0:44:07 High shot, looking down, of Rex, lying on the grass, tied to a wooden post.
0:44:11 Cut to close up of Rex's face.
0:44:16 Cut to Babe running over to Rex.
0:44:20 Close up of Babe as he nervously starts telling Rex that he is sorry for causing so much trouble on the farm.
0:44:23 Close up of Rex looking cross.
0:44:24 Cut to Babe talking.
0:44:26 Close up of Rex as he barks viciously at Babe.
0:44:27 Over head shot from a distance as Babe runs away from Rex, squealing loudly.
0:44:31 Cut to farmer watching Babe from the kitchen window. Shot from outside.
0:44:33 "Wipe" scene change by way of a vertical line crossing the screen from left to right. Vet's voice comes in, talking about different diseases that Rex might have.
0:44:34 Low shot of Rex lying on the grass wearing a muzzle. It is now a very sunny day. The vet can still be heard talking, saying he cannot work out the reason for Rex's change in behaviour.
0:44:36 Cut to vet standing with the farmer and his wife, talking about Rex.
0:44:43 Close up on farmer's face, not talking.
0:44:47 Close up on vet's face, talking about giving Rex the `snip'.
0:44:51 Close up on farmer's face as he says, "No".
0:44:53 Cut to vet and wife as she explains to him that Rex is a breeding dog and so the farmer doesn't want the dog operated on.
0:45:00 Close up on farmer's face, as the vet says that he will sedate the dog instead, warning him that Rex will not be able to work while he is sedated.
0:45:05 Close up on vet's face with a needle in the foreground (that the vet is holding).
0:45:08 Close up of the vet giving Rex the injection.
0:45:10 Close up on Rex lying down. Farmer bends down and pats him on the head.
0:45:17 Image fades to black.
0:45:18 Chapter heading, `The Sheep Pig'.
0:45:20 Three mice appear at the bottom of the screen and say, "The Sheep Pig".
0:45:25 Cut to close up of the farmer trying to inject something into a sheep's mouth.
0:45:28 Close up have the sheep kicking the farmer, who falls down, and running away.
0:45:30 Close up of farmer on the ground, sighing to himself.
0:45:32 Cut to the sheep running back to the other sheep, which are standing in a group.
0:45:37 Cut to farmer as he gets up and brushes himself down.
0:45:39 Cut to close up of Babe who is watching from the other side of a fence.
0:45:41 Close up of farmer's face looking thoughtful.
0:45:43 Close up of Babe as he squeezes through the bottom of the fence and runs towards the group of sheep.
0:45:47 Close up of farmer's face.
0:45:49 Cut to Babe walking through the middle of the group of sheep.
0:45:53 Close up of Babe as he says, "Maa!" and tells her that they must all have the injection that the farmer is trying to give them because it is for their own good.
0:45:56 Close up of Maa as she agrees to have the injection without making a fuss.
0:46:00 Close up of Babe.
0:46:01 Close up of Maa.
0:46:06 Cut to Babe walking away from the sheep.
0:46:07 Close up of farmer's face, looking intrigued.
0:46:08 Cut to Maa walking towards the farmer.
0:46:15 Close up of the farmer injecting the needle into Maa's mouth.
0:46:19 Close up of farmer as he shoos Maa away.
0:46:22 Narrator in. Tells that farmer has an idea that won't go away.
0:46:29 Cut to Babe with the group of sheep in the background.
0:46:30 "Wipe" scene change by vertical line wiping round screen like the second hand on a clock.
0:46:31 Narrator out.
0:46:32 Close up of farmer in stationary truck looking through a pair of binoculars.
0:46:36 Farmer's point of view of a field where a sheepdog trial is taking place. Seen through two holes (binoculars). Conversation heard between Babe and Fly. Babe asks about the sheepdog trial and Fly tells him that there is no prouder moment for a sheepdog.
0:46:44 Shot of truck from a distance.
0:46:47 Close up of Babe speaking.
0:46:48 Close up of Fly speaking.
0:46:50 Babe and Fly's point of view of the sheepdog trial. Conversation continues.
0:46:58 Close up of Babe talking.
0:46:59 Close up of Fly.
0:47:05 Close up of Babe.
0:47:06 Close up of Fly.
0:47:09 Close up of Babe.
0:47:11 View of truck driving along round with sun setting in the background. Fly begins to tell Babe the story of why Rex had to stop competing in sheepdog trials.
0:47:23 Cut to nighttime as flashback scene begins. Very heavy rain and occasional thunder and lightning. Fly narrates the whole way through the scene.
0:47:24 Sheep running across a field in the rain on the horizon, with the farmer behind them hurrying them along.
0:47:30 Close up of Rex's face looking worried.
0:47:40 Close up, rapidly cut shots of the faces of confused and scared-looking sheep. Look very crowded and there is still a lot of rain.
0:47:48 Close up of Rex, barking at the sheep.
0:47:51 Two images are seen simultaneously, one on top of the other. One is of the sheep, the other is a close up of Rex barking.
0:47:56 Close up of floodwater. Rex in water, looks as if he is dead.
0:48:02 Slow fade out of scene while new scene slowly fades in.
0:48:05 Cut to truck. (Back to the present).
0:48:09 Cut to Babe and Fly inside the back of the truck, talking. Fly explains that Rex is now almost totally deaf, just because of the stupid sheep going the wrong way and ending up in the flood. She explains that because Rex is deaf, he cannot compete in sheepdog trials anymore.
0:48:19 Cut to outside shot of the truck arriving at the farm.
0:48:24 Close up of Rex, lying on the grass with his muzzle on.
0:48:25 Cut to farmer walking towards Rex.
0:48:30 Close up of the farmer's face.
0:48:31 Farmer bends down and removes Rex's muzzle.
0:48:40 Standard shot of the farmer walking away from Rex and back to the farmhouse.
0:48:42 Close up of Rex's face looking sad.
0:48:48 Black screen.
0:48:50 Close up overhead shot of a tool set lying on the ground.
0:48:52 Cut to farmer banging nails into a piece of wood.
0:48:55 Close up of a paintbrush (being held by the farmer) painting a piece of wood with white paint.
0:48:57 Close up detailed shot of the farmer's hands hammering nails into a piece of wood.
0:49:00 Cut to distant shot of the farmer's wife running towards the camera.
0:49:03 Wife's point of view of the farmer running round his home-made sheepdog trial course , dragging a sheep with him, talking to someone (or himself).
0:49:11 View from just behind the heads of Babe and Fly (realise this is who the farmer is talking to) of the farmer running round the course, showing them what to do.
0:49:17 Close up shot of Babe and Fly, watching the farmer.
0:49:21 Narrator in. Begins, "It was at this time that Mrs Hoggett began to worry about her husband...". Cut to wife who looks puzzled, shakes her head, then turns and runs away again.
0:49:26 Babe's point of view of the farmer and the trial course. Farmer talking to him.
0:49:30 Close up on Babe. Farmer's voice can be heard.
0:49:31 Babe's view of the farmer talking.
0:49:34 Close up of Babe.
0:49:35 Farmer says "And then you're done!" and closes the gate to the pen.
0:49:43 Black screen.
0:49:44 Chapter heading, `A Tragic Day'.
0:49:46 Mice appear and say, "A tragic day".
0:49:51 Black screen.
0:49:52 Cut to sun rising over the farmhouse, in the distance.
0:49:56 Cut to the inside of the barn. Overhead view as Babe enters and walks over to Fly who is asleep on the hay.
0:50:02 Close up of Babe as he asks Fly if they can get up and go to work in the fields yet.
0:50:04 Close up of Fly lying down as she tells him that the cockerel has not crowed so it is not time yet. Tells Babe to go back to bed.
0:50:18 Cut to Babe outside chicken shed, walking up the ramp to the entrance.
0:50:23 Cut to inside of chicken shed as Babe asks the cockerel to crow early this morning.
0:50:27 Close up of Babe.
0:50:28 Close up of cockerel as he tells Babe that he will not crow early.
0:50:30 Close up of Babe. Argument between Babe and the cockerel begins.
0:50:31 Close up of cockerel.
0:50:34 Close up of Babe.
0:50:35 Close up of cockerel.
0:50:37 Close up of Babe.
0:50:38 Close up of cockerel.
0:50:39 Close up of Babe.
0:50:40 Close up of cockerel as he screams, "Get lost!"
0:50:41 Cut to outside of chicken shed, Babe at top of ramp, losing his balance.
0:50:49 Cut to ground shot as Babe falls and hits the floor. Babe immediately gets up and runs away.
0:50:50 High and distant shot of the gate to the farm and Babe trotting towards it.
0:50:54 Close up of Babe opening the gate using his mouth.
0:50:55 Babe walks out of the farm through the gate.
0:50:57 Cut to close up shot of sheep's face, in distress. Loud sounds of sheep, dogs and men shouting.
0:50:58 Cut to sheep running round with angry and vicious dogs chasing them.
0:51:03 Close up of Babe as he sees the field of sheep. Sound of sheep and dogs in distance.
0:51:07 Babe's point of view of the sheep field. (In the distance).
0:51:13 Close up of Babe's face as he grunts.
0:51:15 Close up of a vicious dog chasing the sheep. Sounds are very loud again.
0:51:18 Close up of a sheep in distress.
0:51:21 Standard shot of dogs chasing sheep.
0:51:31 Close up of Maa being bitten on the neck by one of the dogs. Narrator in. Begins, "Babe knew there was something terribly wrong....."
0:51:32 Close up of Babe.
0:51:33 Close up of the dog tearing at Maa with his teeth.
0:51:36 Close up of Babe running towards the sheep.
0:51:37 Babe's point of view of the action as runs towards the dog who is attacking Maa.
0:51:39 Close up as Babe runs straight into the side of the dog, sending him flying.
0:51:40 Close up as the dog yelps and runs away.
0:51:42 Close up of a different dog, barking.
0:51:45 Babe's view of the action again as he runs into the second dog, who then runs off.
0:51:46 Close up of a third dog, barking.
0:51:47 Shot of the first dog running past, then the second, then the third, then Babe, who is chasing them away.
0:51:56 Close up as the first dog jumps over the fence and out of the field.
0:51:57 Second dog jumps over the fence.
0:51:58 Third dog jumps over the fence.
0:51:59 Babes reaches fence and watches the dogs as they run away.
0:52:03 Cut to Babe running towards the sheep who gathered into a group.
0:52:09 Overhead shot of Maa lying in the middle of the group with blood all over her neck and face.
0:52:12 Close up overhead shot of Babe and Maa, as Babe asks Maa if she is alright.
0:52:14 Close up Maa's face, saying she does not think she will make it.
0:52:19 Close up Babe's face.
0:52:22 Close up on the faces of the other sheep as they begin to cry, saying, "Maaa, Maaa".
0:52:23 Close up of Maa's face as she dies. Babe's voice is heard, saying, "No, you'll be alright."
0:52:32 Close up of Babe and the other sheep. All crying and saying, "Maaa, Maaa".
0:52:36 Overhead shot of same.
0:52:40 More distant overhead shot of same, with farmer's truck arriving in the field.
0:52:47 From Babe's point of view, farmer's legs walking towards the camera.
0:52:50 Close up of Babe's face looking up at the farmer.
0:52:52 Farmer's point of view of Babe standing next to Maa. Babe has a bit of Maa's blood on his face
0:52:53 Close up of Fly's face, looking worried.
0:52:56 Close up of farmer's face, looking cross.
0:52:58 Close up of Babe's face.
0:52:59 Close up of farmer's face.
0:53:00 Farmer says, "Home, pig".
0:53:04 Farmer's point of view of Babe walking away from Maa.
0:53:07 Narrator in. Tells us that Fly wants to find out what happened as she knew that if the farmer believed it was Babe's fault, he would be killed. Close up of Fly's face.
0:53:11 Close up of Babe watching the truck arriving back at the farmhouse.
0:53:14 Close up of Rex, lying down.
0:53:15 Close up of the truck coming to a halt. Camera zooms in on the dead Maa, lying on the back of the truck with blood all over her neck and her tongue hanging out.
0:53:21 Close up of Rex's face.
0:53:25 Standard shot of farmer getting out of truck. Walks towards the farmhouse.
0:53:35 Cut to Fly, walking towards the remaining sheep in the field.
0:53:40 Close up as she comes to a stop in front of the sheep. Says to sheep, "What happened?" Narrator out.
0:53:43 Close up of the group of sheep as they reply, "Wolf".
0:53:44 Close up of Fly as she asks again.
0:53:47 Close up of sheep as they reply, "Wolf".
0:53:48 Camera is behind Fly's head, view of sheep.
0:53:50 Close up of the sheep as they all talk at once saying different things.
0:53:51 Close up of Fly as she asks who killed Maa.
0:53:53 Cut to sheep.
0:53:54 Cut to Fly.
0:53:56 Cut to sheep, all either shouting "Wolf" or "Babe" at the same time.
0:53:59 Cut to outside of farmhouse, Babe following the farmer, who has a shotgun in his hand, towards a shed.
0:54:03 Close up of farmer's face.
0:54:04 Farmer's point of view of Babe outside the door to the shed, looking up at him.
0:54:05 Close up of farmer's face. Says sternly, "Come, pig".
0:54:09 Babe trots after the farmer into the shed.
0:54:18 Shot of outside of shed as farmer and Babe go inside.
0:54:20 Close up of various sheep's' faces, crying "Wolf, Babe!"
0:54:26 Close up of Fly as she shouts, "Quiet!"
0:54:27 View of sheep from behind Fly's head.
0:54:29 Close up of Fly's face.
0:54:30 View from behind Fly's head again.
0:54:40 Fly asks them to explain exactly what happened.
0:54:46 Close up of Fly's face.
0:54:50 Close up of sheep.
0:54:52 Narrator in.
0:54:53 Close up Fly's face.
0:54:59 Narrator out. View from behind Fly. Sheep begin to explain exactly what happened to Maa.
0:55:03 Close up of the sheep talking.
0:55:05 Close up of Fly, sheep still talking.
0:55:06 Close up of the sheep talking.
0:55:09 Close up of Fly as she says, "Thank you!" and runs off.
0:55:12 Close up of sheep saying, "Pleasure talking to you" sarcastically.
0:55:15 Close up of the farmer's hand loading bullets into the shotgun.
0:55:17 Cut to Fly running back to the farmhouse.
0:55:21 Close up of the end of the gun barrels pointed at a target.
0:55:23 Farmer's point of view, while looking down gun, of Babe, tied to a post with rope, looking up at him. End of the gun is in the foreground.
0:55:24 Close up of farmer's face, looking down gun.
0:55:26 Cut to Fly, still running towards farmhouse.
0:55:28 Cut back to farmer's point of view of Babe.
0:55:30 Cut to farmer as he hears Fly barking in the distance. Puts gun down and turns round.
0:55:35 Turns back, picks gun up again, and aims it at Babe again.
0:55:37 Close up of farmer looking down gun.
0:55:38 Close up detailed shot of farmer's finger beginning to pull the trigger of the gun.
0:55:40 Close up of Babe's face.
0:55:42 Cut to wife, outside the farmhouse, calling to the farmer, "Hoggett! Hoggett!" Fly runs towards her barking.
0:55:48 Cut to farmer walking out of the shed with the gun in his hand.
0:55:51 Cut to wife walking towards him, saying that the police have been on the phone about some men with dogs who have been going round stealing and killing sheep. Asks the farmer, "What on earth are you doing with that gun?"
0:56:00 Cut to farmer who replies, "Nothing".
0:56:05 Close up of farmer's face looking confused. Zoom out as he walks towards the farmhouse.
0:56:11 Zoom back in on farmer's face.
0:56:17 Close up of farmer's hands taking bullets out of gun.
0:56:23 Black screen.
0:56:24 Chapter heading, `Pig Of Destiny'.
0:56:26 Mice say, "Pig of destiny".
0:56:29 Cut to view of farmhouse in distance. Daytime, raining very hard.
0:56:35 Cut to close up of a freezer door in the kitchen. Wife's voice is heard talking about what food she has made for the farmer and the cat to eat while she is away.
0:56:36 Wife's hand opens the freezer door. Wife still talking.
0:56:38 Close up of the farmer and his wife. (Still talking).
0:56:42 Shot from the back of the freezer, looking out. Close up of farmer and wife's faces looking inside. (Still talking).
0:56:46 Close up of a lump of meat in the freezer, from farmer's and wife's point of view.
0:56:49 View from the back of the freezer again.
0:56:52 Bus horn heard coming from outside. Close up of wife's face as she says, "That'll be the bus".
0:56:53 Still shot from the back of the freezer as the farmer and his wife walk away from the freezer and the freezer door slams shut. (After door shuts, screen is black).
0:56:59 Cut to outside, in pouring rain. Farmer and wife hurriedly walking towards the bus.
0:57:00 Close up as wife gets on the bus and the farmer says, "Have a good time" and kisses her goodbye.
0:57:05 Cut to view from the outside of the back window of the bus (could be farmer's point of view) as wife walks down the bus and sits down on the back row of seats.
0:57:06 Bus drives off, farmer's hand waving in the foreground. Zoom out so the whole of the farmer comes into view.
0:57:12 View from the inside of the back window of the bus, looking out at the farmer waving, getting further away as the bus drives off. Wife's upper body is in foreground, talking to her friends. Says that she is worried abou t her husband, and that he has been up to some funny things recently.
0:57:34 Cut to nighttime. Farmer standing at the door to the farmhouse.
0:57:38 Close up of farmer's face as he whistles.
0:57:39 Cut to Babe and Fly running towards the farmhouse.
0:57:45 Close up of Babe as reaches the door and stops running.
0:57:46 Farmer's point of view as Babe looks up.
0:57:47 Close up of farmer's face, as he says "Go on".
0:57:52 Farmer's point of view as Babe runs into the house.
0:57:54 Close up of farmer as he walks into the house.
0:57:57 Close up of the cat.
0:57:58 Close up of the cat as he jumps on top of the television. Low shot looking up.
0:58:01 Cat's point of view looking down at Babe, who is lying down by the fire.
0:58:07 Babe's point of view of the cat, who screeches at Babe.
0:58:09 Cat's view of Babe, who says, "Nasty cough!"
0:58:12 Close up of the farmer with glasses on, reading something. Narrator in. Tells us that the farmer has a plan, but that he needs to check the rules before he can go ahead.
0:58:19 Close up detailed shot of the book that the farmer is reading, "Rules of Sheepdog Trials".
0:58:22 Standard shot of the farmer reading, sitting at a desk.
0:58:29 Close up of the farmer's hands holding a pen and writing on a form.
0:58:36 Close up of the farmer's face, concentrating.
0:58:41 Very close up detailed shot of writing on the form, saying, "Name of Entry".
0:58:46 Close up of the farmer's face.
0:58:47 Narrator out.
0:58:49 Very close up detailed shot of the farmer's pen writing, "Pig", next to "Name of Entry".
0:58:53 Cut to cat's point of view of Babe.
0:58:55 Babe's view of the cat hissing at him.
0:58:59 Close up shot of the fax machine and the farmer's hand pressing on some of the buttons. Beeping sound is heard each time he presses a button.
0:59:00 Close up of the farmer's face, with the form disappearing into the fax machine in the background.
0:59:15 Loud "Meow" noise heard.
0:59:16 Farmer walks out of shot.
0:59:18 View from the lounge (where Babe and the cat are) of farmer bursting in through the door.
0:59:21 Close up of the cat and Babe on the floor, the cat screeching and hissing at Babe.
0:59:24 Standard shot of the farmer walking towards the cat with his hand outstretched.
0:59:26 Close up of farmer picking up the cat by the scruff of the neck and walking away.
0:59:30 Low shot, looking up, from outside, of the front door to the farmhouse opening and the cat being thrown out.
0:59:34 Shot from outside, the farmer closes the door and goes back inside, while the cat remains outside and begins crying.
0:59:42 View from a distance, still outside of the cat clawing at a door.
0:59:45 Cut to other animals, standing at the entrance of the barn, watching the rain.
0:59:57 Cut to inside, the farmer sitting on the sofa with Babe on his lap, tending to his wounds.
1:00:00 View from inside of Ferdinand's face in the window. Low shot.
1:00:05 Cut back to Babe and the farmer.
1:00:08 Cut to outside, Ferdinand waddling along in the rain.
1:00:09 Cut to cat sitting outside the front door to the farmhouse looking very annoyed.
1:00:12 Cut to Ferdinand, laughing at the cat and running away.
1:00:14 Cut to cat. Zoom in quite fast on the cat's eyes.
1:00:15 Narrator in, begins "Beware the bad cat bearing a grudge..."
1:00:16 Continue to zoom in until cat's eyes fill entire screen.
1:00:24 Iris out on cat's eyes to end the scene.
1:00:26 Narrator out. Black screen.
01:00:28 Cut to close up of dish of food in freezer, labelled 'Friday'.
01:00:29 Hand appears, reaching in to the freezer.
01:00:30 Cut to overhead shot of the kitchen. Farmer takes the dish from the freezer and puts it in the oven.
01:00:43 Cut to outside. Dark and pouring rain. Truck in foreground and farmhouse in background. Camera zooms in on the farmhouse.
01:00:47 Source music comes in. Two voices and a harp playing. Piece is 'Cantique De Jean Racine' by Gabriel Faure.
01:00:49 Cut to inside farmhouse. Source music is now louder. Close up of very high shelf near the ceiling. Purring sound begins.
01:00:51 Camera pans to the left to reveal the cat sitting on the shelf, purring menacingly.
01:00:54 Shot from cat's point of view of the farmer, Fly and Babe watching television. Source music is now obviously coming from the television.
01:00:59 Close up of the television. Two women dressed in white singing are seen on the television screen.
01:01:03 Close up of Fly and Babe's faces. Camera pans up to view farmer's face.
01:01:08 Close up of the television.
01:01:13 Cut to close up of farmer's face, watching television.
01:01:17 Sudden crash of thunder is heard, at the same time a flash of lightning is seen through the window. At the same time the music suddenly cuts out and the farmer visibly jumps with fright.
01:01:19 Close up of the television as the screen flicks off and turns black.
01:01:20 Cut to view of living room entirely in the dark apart from the open fire. Babe and Fly's silhouettes visible against the fire.
01:01:24 Cut to farmer getting out of his chair and walking across room.
01:01:26 Close up of a switch, high up on a wall.
01:01:27 Cut to outside shot as farmer walks towards a fuse box, carrying a lantern.
01:01:37 Shot from the back of the fuse box, looking out. Farmer fiddles with the switches and then closes the cover of the fuse box.
01:01:38 Cut to farmer walking into living room to check on Babe and Fly.
01:01:42 Farmer walks out of the living room and shuts the door behind him.
01:01:42 Close up of Babe and Fly lying by the fire. Fly tells Babe to make sure he gets lots of sleep as he has a big day tomorrow.
01:01:51 Close up of Fly as she gets up and leaves the room to go to bed.
01:01:56 Shot from cat's point of view, overhead view of the living room.
01:01:58 Cat comes into view.
01:02:00 Low shot of cat jumping off the shelf, onto the sofa and then onto the floor.
01:02:06 Standard shot of cat walking towards Babe.
01:02:08 Cat begins to speak to Babe. Viewed from a distance.
01:02:15 Cut to view of cat and Babe from behind fireplace.
01:02:19 Camera begins to zoom in on the cat and Babe.
01:02:32 Close up of Babe's face. Conversation continues as the cat tells Babe that the purpose of pigs is to be eaten and that the farmer is going to eat him one day.
01:02:35 Close up of the cat.
01:02:38 Close up of Babe.
01:02:42 Close up of the cat's face.
01:02:45 Close up of Babe's face.
01:02:49 Close up of the cat.
01:02:51 Close up of Babe.
01:02:59 Close up of the cat.
01:03:01 Close up of Babe.
01:03:09 Close up of the cat.
01:03:12 Close up of Babe.
01:03:14 Close up of cat.
01:03:19 Close up of Babe and the cat in profile.
01:03:36 Close up of the cat.
01:03:42 Close up of Babe.
01:03:44 Close up of the cat.
01:03:51 Close up of Babe.
01:03:56 Close up of the cat.
01:04:01 Close up of Babe.
01:04:06 Cut to outside. Dark and raining, close up of the farmhouse door.
01:04:14 Cut to Babe, outside, running towards the barn.
01:04:15 View from outside, through window, of the cat stretching in front of the fire.
01:04:19 Shot from inside barn of Babe entering barn, walking over to Fly and saying, "Mum, Mum?"
01:04:33 Close up of Fly's face.
01:04:38 Cut to Fly walking over to Babe. Fly licks Babe's face.
01:04:40 Close up of Babe's face. He asks Fly if what the cat told him is true.
01:04:42 Close up of Fly's face. She tells Babe that most pigs are eaten, and that even the farmer eats pigs.
01:04:45 Close up of Babe.
01:04:47 Close up of Fly.
01:04:54 Close up of Babe.
01:04:57 Close up of Fly.
01:04:59 Cut to Babe walking off into the shadows.
01:05:08 Cut to close up of Fly.
01:05:14 Camera zooms in on Fly's face.
01:05:15 Close up of Babe.
01:05:21 Cut to high shot of entire barn.
01:05:24 Close up of Fly's face.
01:05:26 Scene fades out and at the same time the new scenes fades in.
01:05:27 Distant image of fields, with sun rising in background and sound of birds tweeting.
01:05:36 Cut to inside chicken shed, close up of cockerel.
01:05:40 Cut to close up of Rex, outside.
01:05:41 Close up of Fly, outside.
01:05:42 Cut to Ferdinand as he flies from the roof of the barn and walks towards the farmhouse.
01:05:46 Close up of Fly's profile, as she says, "Babe!"
01:05:48 Cut to close up of Rex, growling.
01:05:49 Cut to shot behind stone wall, looking through gap, as Fly runs through.
01:06:00 Cut to shot of farmhouse in distance.
01:06:02 Cut to Fly running across grass.
01:06:04 Cut to close up of Fly and Rex. Fly says "Babe's run away! Rex?"
01:06:06 Close up of Rex lying down behind the wheel of the cart.
01:06:07 Close up of Fly, as she says "Please".
01:06:09 Cut to close up of Rex as he says "Call the boss".
01:06:12 Cut to Fly as she turns and runs towards the farmhouse, barking.
01:06:18 "Wipe" scene change by way of vertical line turning around the screen like a second hand on a clock.
01:06:19 Cut to view of fields, from a distance.
01:06:21 Fly, Rex and the farmer come into view and walk quickly towards the camera.
01:06:28 Cut to graveyard, and Rex running towards camera.
01:06:30 Cut to Babe and Rex in profile, opposite each other.
01:06:33 Close up of Rex, shouting "He's over here!"
01:06:34 Fly comes into view.
01:06:35 Close up of Rex, saying "Hold on pig".
01:06:45 Cut to close up of Babe shivering.
01:06:46 "Wipe" scene change by way of vertical line crossing screen from left to right.
01:06:47 Cut to inside farmhouse, close up of the farmer and the vet. The vet tells the farmer that he does not know why Babe is refusing to eat or drink or why he would have run away.
01:06:58 Cut to Rex running towards Babe, who is lying on the sofa.
01:06:59 Close up of Babe and Rex.
01:07:07 Close up of Rex as he says to Babe, "Pull yourself together, the boss needs you".
01:07:10 Cut to Rex licking Babe's face.
01:07:12 Cut to farmer entering room and walking towards Babe.
01:07:28 Close up on Babe's face as the farmer tries to feed him a bottle.
01:07:34 Cut to close up of farmer's face.
01:07:36 Farmer starts singing "If I Had Words". Source music.
01:07:40 Close up of Babe's face.
01:07:47 Close up of farmer's face.
01:07:54 Close up of Babe's face.
01:08:02 Close up of farmer's face.
01:08:05 Close up of Babe's face.
01:08:10 Close up of farmer's face.
01:08:13 Close up of Babe's face.
01:08:17 High shot of entire room.
01:08:22 Close up of Babe.
01:08:24 Cut to farmer getting up from sofa.
01:08:32 Close up of farmer putting the bottle next to Babe's mouth.
01:08:40 Cut to farmer's face and upper body, dancing.
01:08:43 Close up of farmer's legs.
01:08:45 Close up of Babe's face, smiling.
01:08:48 Cut to farmer dancing towards the camera, jumping and kicking his heels together.
01:08:52 Close up of farmer's heels kicking together.
01:08:53 Shot from behind of farmer jumping.
01:08:58 Close up of farmer's legs.
01:09:00 Cut to farmer dancing, holding his cap in his hand.
01:09:05 Cut to overhead shot as the farmer jumps in the air.
01:09:08 Standard shot of farmer as he lands on the floor.
01:09:15 Slow motion shot of farmer jumping in the air, as he shouts.
01:09:16 Overhead shot of farmer in air, still slow motion.
01:09:18 Ground level close up of farmer's feet landing on the floor.
01:09:19 Cut to close up of farmer's face, smiling.
01:09:21 Farmer's view, from inside, of animals' faces in window, watching him.
01:09:23 Camera pans across quickly, still farmer's view, to view a different window with more animals' faces watching him.
01:09:25 Close up of farmer, looking embarrassed, putting his cap back on his head.
01:09:28 Cut to overhead shot of empty sofa, and the back of the farmer's head in the foreground.
01:09:31 Sound of pig eating is heard.
01:09:33 Camera pans round, as if from the farmer's point of view, to view kitchen floor where Babe is eating from a bowl.
01:09:39 Cut to close up of farmer's face, looking pleased.
01:09:41 Close up of Babe's face, messy from eating.
01:09:45 Close up of farmer's face.
01:09:49 Farmer looks down at his watch.
01:09:50 Faint voice (on the other end of a telephone) is heard.
01:09:51 Cut to farmer on the phone, from a distance.
01:10:00 Camera zooms in farmer on telephone. Voice still audible at other end, saying that the farmer must get there by three-thirty.
01:10:03 Cut to truck driving out of the main gate to the farm.
01:10:05 Close up of the gate closing.
01:10:09 Very close up detailed shot of latch closing on gate.
01:10:12 Cut to close up of three fingers that disappear one by one. Voice heard in background saying three, two, one.
01:10:16 Cut to reporter, with crowds and a generally busy scene in the background. Starts speaking, saying "Welcome to the national sheepdog trials...".
01:10:22 High shot of very busy scene. View of marquees and stalls and lots of people.
01:10:31 Cut to close up of a dog herding sheep in a field.
01:10:35 Cut to farmer walking through the crowds with Babe, towards Fly.
01:10:39 Cut to close up of farmer's face, saying "Stay there".
01:10:43 Cut to close up of Fly and Babe, from the opposite side of a set of metal bars.
01:10:44 Close up of the back of several sheep.
01:10:46 Close up of Babe, as he says to the sheep, "Hello? Hello?"
01:10:48 View of the back of the sheep, from Babe's point of view.
01:10:49 Close up of one of the sheep's' faces.
01:10:52 Close up of Babe, talking to the sheep, trying to get them to respond.
01:10:54 Close up of the sheep.
01:10:57 Close up of Babe and Fly, as Fly says, "I'll try".
01:10:58 Close up of Fly as she barks and shouts insults at the sheep.
01:11:00 Cut to the sheep as they begin to run round in a panic.
01:11:03 Close up of Fly.
01:11:04 Cut to sheep.
01:11:06 Cut to Fly as she shouts, "I'll rip you to shreds".
01:11:10 Cut to sheep.
01:11:12 Cut to close up of Fly, facing Babe, saying to him "I hadn't thought of this, keep trying".
01:11:17 Close up of a door, with a plaque, reading '608'. Camera zooms towards the plaque.
01:11:21 Cut to view from behind a television, with four women, including the farmer's wife, sitting on a bed in the background, watching the television. Having a conversation about the sheepdog trials, which are on the televis ion.
01:11:26 Cut to close up of the television screen.
01:11:27 Cut back to the women.
01:11:29 Cut back to the close up of the television.
01:11:37 Cut back to the women as they comfort one of the women whose husband is competing in the sheepdog trials and not doing very well.
01:11:40 Camera pans back to the television screen.
01:11:46 Cut back to the sheepdog trials. Fly runs into view.
01:11:52 Rex runs into view.
01:11:53 Cut to Fly and Rex talking to each other. (Inaudible).
01:11:57 Cut to close up of Fly's face, looking worried.
01:12:00 Cut back to Fly and Rex talking, from a distance.
01:12:01 Cut to close up of Fly's face, looking worried.
01:12:04 Fly starts talking, audibly. Tells Rex that the sheep will not cooperate with Babe and they have think of something soon or the boss (the farmer) will be shown up.
01:12:10 Close up of Rex, as he says, "There is one thing".
01:12:12 Rex turns and races away from Fly.
01:12:15 Close up of Fly's face, watching Rex run away.
01:12:20 Cut to close up of Babe as he continues to try and talk to the sheep.
01:12:24 Cut to back of the sheep, from Babe's point of view.
01:12:29 Cut to high shot of a road, with a telegraph pole in the foreground.
01:12:32 Men who are up the telegraph pole come into view.
01:12:36 Cut to shot of Rex running along the road, shot from ground level.
01:12:40 Cut back to sheep dog trials. High shot as a farmer (unknown) completes the course. Round of applause is heard as he closes the gate to the pen.
01:12:45 Cut to three judges, sitting at a table bearing the sign, `The National Sheep Dog Association'.
01:12:49 Cut to Fly, Babe and the farmer watching the trials from the top of a hill, looking down.
01:12:53 Cut to close up of the television screen in the women's room. Television commentary heard in the background.
01:12:56 Cut to shot of women from behind television. Women all tell the farmer's wife that the commentator said someone by the name of Hoggett was next on, and that they thought she said her husband would not be entering.
01:13:01 Close up of wife's face, looking very worried and scared.
01:13:07 Cut to expressions of bewilderment on the other women's faces.
01:13:09 Close up of wife's face. Looking shocked. Rolls her eyes upwards.
01:13:13 Cut to Rex running to the sheep field, back at the farm.
01:13:17 Shot of the farmhouse in the distance.
01:13:19 Cut to sheep shouting, "Wolf!" and running away from Rex.
01:13:22 Cut to Rex, shouting "Shut up, you morons!"
01:13:23 Cut to sheep looking shocked.
01:13:25 Cut to Rex talking, beginning, "The little pig's in trouble..." and asking the sheep if they know of anyway they might be able to help Babe.
01:13:27 Cut to one of the sheep as she steps forward to speak to Rex.
01:13:31 Cut to close up of Rex, as he continues to ask for the sheep's help.
01:13:37 Cut to sheep.
01:13:43 Cut to Rex.
01:13:48 Cut to sheep.
01:13:52 Cut to Rex.
01:13:53 Cut to the sheep as she walks back to the other sheep to discuss a plan with them.
01:13:57 Cut to Rex.
01:13:59 Cut to close up of one of the workmen up the telegraph pole, speaking into a walkie-talkie, saying "We're all done here, now".
01:14:01 Cut to farmhouse. View from outside the living room window of the television inside flicking on. (Power has been restored).
01:14:04 Cut to cow standing by a fence by the window. Hears noise of the television turning on and turns to look through the window at it.
01:14:13 Cut to cow's point of view of the television, through the window.
01:14:15 View from inside the living room window of the cow, watching the television.
01:14:19 Cut to the sheep, walking back from the group towards Rex.
01:14:22 Close up of Rex's face as he says, "Well?"
01:14:24 "Password", replies the sheep. Close up shot of sheep's face.
01:14:27 Close up of Rex's face.
01:14:28 The sheep tells Rex that before they give him the secret sheep's password, he must promise to always respect sheep and to never bite them or shout at them again. Begins, "Before we give you anything...".
01:14:36 Close up of Rex, as he promises.
01:14:38 Close up of sheep (as a group). All begin reciting the password. "Baa, Ram, Ewe. Baa, Ram, Ewe. To your breed, your fleece, your clan be true, sheep be true, Baa, Ram, Ewe".
01:14:41 Close up of Rex.
01:14:45 Cut to close up of Babe sitting on a wooden floor. Camera pans up to reveal the farmer standing next to him and one of the judges, pacing up and down saying, "Preposterous, we'll be the laughing stock of sheep dog associations around the world!" etc.
01:14:31 Close up of Rex's face, as he says, "Is that it, is that the password?".
01:14:34 Shot from a distance as Rex turns and runs away.
01:14:35 Cut to close up of Rex, running.
01:14:39 "Wipe" scene change by way of vertical line crossing the screen from left to right.
01:14:41 Cut to audience at the sheep dog trials. Begin clapping slowly in protest at being kept waiting for the next contestant.
01:14:48 Cut to close up of a plaque on a door, reading `Committee Room'.
01:14:50 Zoom out as door opens and three men walk out.
01:14:57 One of the men starts speaking to the farmer. The clapping from the audience outside is audible. He tells the farmer that he is very disappointed that he wants to enter a pig into the competition, but there is no rule, as such, to prevent him from entering. The man reluctantly tells the farmer that he may go ahead and take part in the competition.
01:16:07 Cut to close up of farmer's face.
01:16:15 Cut to close up of farmer's face, as the judge says, "We find no rule, as such, to prevent you and your (pause) animal from entering".
01:16:20 Cut to Rex running back along the road to the sheep dog trials. Rex spots the workmen's truck driving along the road ahead of him, catches up, and jumps on the back of it.
01:16:34 Judges voice is heard saying, "The committee has ruled..."
01:16:37 Cut to close up of farmer's face. Clapping sound from outside comes back in. Judge continues speaking, telling the farmer that he may compete if he wants to.
01:16:39 Cut to close up of judge's face, as he asks the farmer, "What do you want to do?"
01:16:42 Cut to close up of farmer's face, looking down at Babe.
01:16:48 Cose up of Babe's face, from farmer's point of view. Babe nods his head.
01:16:50 Cut to women's' room, close up of television.
01:17:02 Wife's body moves in to the block the view of the television for the other women. She starts shuffling a pack of card, and says nervously, "Anyone for a game of cards?" Commentators' voices heard coming from the television, discussing with each other what the cause of the delay might be.
01:17:04 Commentator says, "Oh, wait!" Wife simultaneously drops the pack of cards and turns round to watch the television with a look of horror on her face.
01:17:07 Cut to Babe's point of view of people in the crowd laughing and pointing as he walks with the farmer towards the trial field.
01:17:12 Cut to close up of the back of Babe and the farmer's legs, still walking.
01:17:15 Cut to close up of the farmer's face, looking determined. (Sound of crowd still laughing).
01:17:28 Cut to overhead shot of the farmer and Babe walking through the crowds and into the field.
01:17:43 Cut close up of members of the audience laughing and pointing.
01:17:47 Cut to close up of farmer's face, still walking.
01:17:49 Cut to close up of Babe, as they reach the starting position. Babe turns round and sits down.
01:17:53 Cut to farmer as he bends down and unhooks Babe's lead.
01:17:56 Cut to view from behind television in the women's' room. The wife has passed out on the bed and is being fanned by the other women.
01:18:00 Close up of television. Shows Rex running out on the field to tell Babe the password.
01:18:10 Cut to audience laughing.
01:18:12 Cut to Rex running off the field.
01:18:18 Cut to view from behind Fly's head with Rex running towards her. When Rex reaches Fly, he turns round, sits next to her and says, "Well, its up to him now".
01:18:26 Cut to an official wearing a white coat, opening the pen containing the sheep.
01:18:30 Cut to one of the judges standing in front of the judges' table.
01:18:31 Cut to clock next to the judges table, showing seconds counting down.
01:18:33 Camera cuts to the judge and zooms in on his hand, which is raised above his head.
01:18:36 Cut back to the clock.
01:18:38 Cut to close up of the judge's raised hand and his face.
01:18:39 Very close up detailed shot of the clock as the second hand approaches the 12 o'clock mark.
01:18:40 Cut to judge as he brings his raised hand down.
01:18:41 Cut to close up of farmer's face looking down at babe, as he says, "Away to me, pig".
01:18:42 Cut to close up of Babe as he runs off.
01:18:43 Cut to view from behind Babe as he runs towards the sheep. Audience begins laughing again.
01:18:49 Cut to audience laughing.
01:18:53 Cut to Babe running towards the sheep.
01:18:57 Cut to close up of Babe and the sheep as he reaches them.
01:18:58 Babe begins to recite the special password.
01:19:06 Cut to sheep.
01:19:09 Camera zooms in on one of the sheep, who says, "Wh-wh-what did you say?"
01:19:11 Cut to view from behind the farmer of the crowds laughing and pointing at Babe.
01:19:15 Cut to close up of the head judge, sitting at the judges' table, looking impatient and annoyed.
01:19:18 Cut to the farmer's wife, crying on one of the other women's' shoulder.
01:19:25 Cut to close up of the television, with the commentator saying, "Is he just going to stand there until his time runs out?"
01:19:31 Cut to close up of the clock, on the television.
01:19:34 Cut to farmer standing still, on the television.
01:19:37 Commentator is heard, saying, "Good Lord".
01:19:38 Cut to wife who stops crying and turns to look at the television.
01:19:41 Cut to audience as they stop laughing. Complete silence apart from the sound of the sheep walking and bird singing.
01:19:42 Cut to judge looking surprised.
01:19:43 Cut to Fly and Rex, watching Babe.
01:19:45 Cut to the farmer, watching Babe.
01:19:49 Cut to sheep walking very uniformly into the pen together. Shot from inside the pen.
01:20:03 Cut to some of the other farmyard animals crowded around the living room window watching the television that is inside. All very quiet. One of the animals says, "Its Babe!"
01:20:06 Close up of the television.
01:20:08 Shot from inside of the animals' faces in the window.
01:20:11 Close up of the television. The farmer is standing still, while Babe and the sheep are walking in a straight line behind him.
01:20:17 Cut back to the actual scene of the trials, but for the same view of the farmer, Babe and the sheep.
01:20:19 Cut to the commentators box. The two commentators are staring at the field, speechless.
01:20:24 Cut to overhead view of the sheep walking into a chalk circle.
01:20:28 Cut to close up of Babe, as he says, "Ah, beautifully done! I can't tell you how grateful I am to you all. Now, for one last favour. If the three ladies with collars would kindly walk out of the circle, I'd be ver y much obliged".
01:20:32 Cut to sheep.
01:20:36 Cut to close up of Babe.
01:20:41 Cut to the women's' room. All the women are sitting on the edge of the bed, watching the television.
01:20:42 Cut to the farmer.
01:20:44 Cut to close up of the head judge.
01:20:45 Cut to overhead view of the three sheep with collars walking out of the circle.
01:20:55 Cut to audience as they let out an astounded sigh.
01:20:59 Cut to farmer as he walks towards the pen and opens the gate.
01:21:05 Ground level shot of the sheep and Babe.
01:21:07 Close up of the farmer's face, looking down at Babe.
01:21:08 Cut to sheep and Babe as they walk into the pen.
01:21:21 Close up of the farmer's hand as he closes the gate.
01:21:24 Cut to close up of the farmer's face.
01:21:27 Overhead view of the gate closing, creaking noise heard as it swings shut.
01:21:28 Very close up detailed shot of the latch closing shut on the gate.
01:21:29 Cut to view from the back of the audience as they suddenly start cheering, waving their arms and jumping up and down.
01:21:32 Cut to view from the front of the audience of everyone cheering.
01:21:41 Cut to head judge.
01:21:45 Cut to close up of the farmer's wife's face, as she cries tears of joy.
01:21:54 Camera pans along the row of judges sitting at the table, as they all hold up scorecards reading "100". Timpani roll begins on D.
01:22:02 Camera reaches main judge, who pauses before holding up a card reading "100".
01:22:03 Long shot of the audience as they cheer even louder, throw their hats into the air, etc. Very majestic variation on Theme 1, "If I Had Words", in G major. Mainly on strings and woodwind, with brass fanfare fi gures on the dominant seventh. More timpani rolls and cymbal crashes.
01:22:07 Cut to shots of various members of the audience cheering, hugging each other and jumping up and down.
01:22:21 Narrator in. Describes the joy of the audience and how proud the farmer is of Babe.
01:22:32 Cut to close up of Babe, sitting at the farmer's feet.
01:22:35 Cut to farm. Cockerel crows and flaps his wings. The other animals can be heard laughing and cheering in the background. Music is transformed to a more playful version of Theme 1, to suit the character of the animals. Slightly quicker, played on flute, glockenspiel, pizzicato upper strings and tambourine.
01:22:36 Cut to the other animals outside the farmhouse.
01:22:40 Cut to the three mice, sitting at the bottom of the television screen inside the farmhouse, cheering.
01:22:43 Cut to close up of television screen, showing the farmer and Babe.
01:22:45 Narrator in. Tells how proud the farmer and the other animals are of Babe, and of the wonderful thing that happened at the sheep dog trials. Music changes back to the majestic version of Theme 1 as heard at 01:22:03. P>
01:22:46 Cut to Rex and Fly, who have been watching, licking each other's faces.
01:22:49 Cut to the dogs point of view of Babe and the farmer standing side by side in the field in the distance.
01:22:56 Cut to close up of the farmer's face, smiling and looking down at Babe. Shot from Babe's point of view. Brass fanfare figures, cymbal crashes and timpani rolls stop. Diminuendo occurs.
01:23:01 Farmer speaks to Babe, saying, "That'll do pig".
01:23:02 Cut to close up of Babe as he gasps in delight and looks up. Shot from the farmer's point of view.
01:23:03 Cut to Babe's point of view of the farmer looking down at him, as he says "That'll do".
01:23:08 Cut to farmer's point of view, smiling as he looks back up at him.
01:23:13 Iris out on Babe's face to end scene.
01:23:16 The words "The End" appear in gold lettering on a black screen. Music settles on G major chord, fairly quiet, on strings and woodwind.
01:23:19 End credits begin. Theme 1 played throughout credits. Firstly, sung by the mice who appear throughout the film. This version has a calypso type rhythm, is generally more upbeat and fun than previous appearances of the theme, and has a bass guitar calypso bass line.