Wallace and Gromit On Fire
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Posted by George on October 10th, 2005
Wallace and Gromit Set On Fire
Wallace and Gromit Set On Fire

Besides being number one for the weekend box office take, the set that was housed in a warehouse was in flames.

The storage building belonging to Oscar-winning Aardman Animations, contained the company’s “entire history”, a spokesman said.

Wallace and Gromit creator Nick Park said it was “dreadful” for the company but comparatively “not a big deal”.

The Curse of the Were-Rabbit, the new Wallace and Gromit film, has just gone to the top of the US box office chart.

Company Spokesman Arthur Sheriff said: “It couldn’t have come on a worse day – we were supposed to be celebrating, but instead our history has disappeared in a couple of hours.

Aardman co-founder Dave Sproxton said one of the most important losses was a complete exhibition of the three Wallace and Gromit short films which was recently brought back to the UK after a tour of Japan.

Time to install some CO2 fire protection system in other studios before fire takes out more animation works. Or is it that animation material are highly flammable causing the fire to shoot up over 100ft?

[BBC]

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