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Reach For The Sky

Reach For The Sky (2010) Season 1 Episode 2- Wallace And Gromit's World Of Invention Cartoon Episode Guide Reach For The Sky

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Aardman Animations, British Broadcasting Corporation Peter Sallis Merlin Crossingham , , , ,
  • 2010
  • Aardman Animations.
    In Association With: British Broadcasting Corporation
  • British Broadcasting Corporation Television
  • Wallace And Gromit's World Of Invention Episode Guide
  • Cartoon Characters: Wallace, Gromit.
  • Vocal Talent: Peter Sallis (Wallace).
  • Directed By Merlin Crossingham.
  • Written By Bob Baker, Richard Hansom, Nick Park, Matthew Rudge, John Sparkes.

Additional Crew:



  • Creator: Nick Park.
  • Composer (Theme Music): Julian Nott.
  • Musical Directors: Rob David, Dan Delor.
  • Production Manager: Fred De Bradeny.
  • Camera Operator: Sam Morris.

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Cartoon Summary:


Wallace and Gromit explore the mysteries behind man's fascination with flight, from homemade space rockets in Manchester to jet packs in the United Kingdom. There...  (more)

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