Wallace and Gromit in 'A Matter of Loaf and Death'


- I do hope you like it, my shortcrust.

It's my own special recipe.

What the...? Hey!

What do you playing at, lad?

This is getting ridiculous.

Oh, Wallace. He just wants

a bit of attention. That's all.

Now, my little poochy woochy,

let auntie Piella sort you out.

He bit me!

I was just trying to help and

he bit me, Wallace.

Gromit, how dare you bite

my be? That's very impolite.

Oh, don't be too hard on him, Wallace, please.

Just a little punishment, that's all.

I'm surprised at you, Gromit.

I really am.

Wallace, my sugar, done playing.

Have you got a mow?

On my way, my cupcake.

You'll not leave this kitchen

til you've done every last one.

I don't know. Taking a bite

out of my lovely fiance.

I'm such a silly sausage.

It just sort of fell of my foot.

Stay well back, my precious.

Leave it to me.

Oh, you're so brave, Wallace,

my minced pie.

I... got it !

Are you all right, my flower?

Oh, flour.

Get it ? Flour ?

Get your hands of me.

I hate flour, I hate bread

and I hate bakers,

water and complete fruitcake.

That's a bit steamed,

isn't it, my sweet?

Fluffles, I want a word with you.

Back home.

Thanks, old pal.

I just don't get it.

One minute they love bakers

and next minute they hate them.

I know I'm not a fruitcake,

am I, lad?

I suppose you can't be

everybody's cup of tea, can you?

I am so sorry, Wallace.

So so sorry.

I don't know what came over me.

Apart from the flour, of course.

Let's forget about it.

Here's a cake to celebrate.

Whoops. Must be my keys.


Us. Getting back together again,

you gooseberry fool.

Oh, yes. Yes, of course.

We could have that

with our four o'clock tea.

- Why don't you join us?

- I would, but Fluffles isn't feeling too well.

Why don't you two celebrate? Must fly!

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