Babe: Pig in The City

Babe: Pig in the City is a 1998 sequel to the 1995 film Babe. It occurs in the fictional city of Metropolis. Despite being a sequel to a highly-acclaimed children's film which, for the most part, had a charming and light-hearted atmosphere, Pig in the City had an unexpected darker tone and contained more mature subject matter (the film includes a scene in which a dog almost drowns while hanging from a bridge). As a result the film was not received as well as the first film was, as it flopped at the box office and reviews were generally mixed. Elizabeth Daily also takes over as the voice of Babe.

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