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Amelia Eckersley

Babe. Dir. Chris Noonan. Universal Pictures. 1995.

Babe. Dir. Chris Noonan. Universal Pictures. 1995. 150 150 Amelia Eckersley

 Babe’s belief in his capability to function within his new identity role as sheep-pig is shattered when he learns his true purpose as bacon for the farm. Deflated of self-worth…

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Mighty Joe Young. Dir. Ron Underwood. Buena Vista Pictures. 1998.

Mighty Joe Young. Dir. Ron Underwood. Buena Vista Pictures. 1998. 150 150 Amelia Eckersley

Film provides a platform for racial stereotypes to indoctrinate its viewers and relay social prejudices. Lester and Ross argue that ‘the predominant juxtaposition of images of blacks and social problems-…

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The Black Stallion. Dir. Carroll Ballard. Twentieth Century Fox. 1979.

The Black Stallion. Dir. Carroll Ballard. Twentieth Century Fox. 1979. 150 150 Amelia Eckersley

The Black Stallion (1979) Dir. Carroll Ballard Pulled to the tropical shores of a desert island by a wild Arabian horse following a shipwreck, The Black Stallion follows the narrative of an unbreakable…

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White Fang. Dir. Randal Kleiser. Buena Vista Studios. 1991.

White Fang. Dir. Randal Kleiser. Buena Vista Studios. 1991. 150 150 Amelia Eckersley

Baring his teeth to a Grizzly Bear on its hind legs, White Fang- a hybridised wolf-dog, forsakes his life to defend a young boy, Jack Conroy. Jack’s endures a perilous…

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