Munozara:Charlotte's Web (film, 1973)
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This article should mention the release year (1973), because of the fact that there is another adaption of the same story released in 2006. Also, most articles here use the Uzbek titles, shouldn't this one use it too? But at the very least it should be renamed to Charlotte's Web (1973 film) like in English and other languages because Charlotte's Web (2006 film) also exists. BTW, does anyone want to write articles for the 2006 film and the original book by E. B. White? 2602:306:83A9:3D00:95F0:AB7D:8A3A:6084 03:26, 28-Dekabr 2018 (UTC)
- Good day! No need for unnecessary disambigs. We can rename the article once a separate article is created about the other films. As for the Uzbek title, we refrain from translating movie titles on our own. We use Uzbek titles if they exist, of course. Nataev munozara 04:33, 28-Dekabr 2018 (UTC)
If anyone can translate this, it'd be a great addition to the article. This is a summary of the plot:
A litter of pigs are born to the Arable farm. One is a runt so John Arable decides to "do away with it". However, when his daughter, Fern, hears of the pig's fate, she rescues the piglet and tells her father that it is absurd to kill the piglet just because he is smaller than the others. John decides to spare the piglet and let Fern raise him as a pet. She nurtures him lovingly, naming him Wilbur. However, after only six weeks of raising Wilbur, John tells Fern that it is time for Wilbur to be sold (his siblings were already sold). Fern sadly says good-bye as Wilbur is sold down the street to her uncle, Homer Zuckerman. When Wilbur wants to play with a lamb, the lamb's father (known as a ram) says that sheep do not play with pigs because it is only a matter of time before they are turned into smoked bacon and ham. Wilbur starts crying, saying that he does not want to die, but a voice from above tells him to "chin up". The next day, the voice sings a song about "chinning up", and reveals herself to be a spider named Charlotte. Charlotte saves Wilbur by writing messages in her web, hence the title of the film. She first writes "some pig", then, "terrific", "radiant", and finally "humble". The messages attract attention from the media and other neighbors. Wilbur is such a media hit that Homer Zuckerman decides to keep Wilbur and not kill him. Charlotte eventually lays her egg sack and dies. When the baby spiders are born (514), most of them leave. However, three of them, whom Wilbur names Joy, Aranea and Nellie, stay. But as much as Wilbur loves them, they will never replace the memory of his friend Charlotte.
Thank you. 18.104.22.168 19:30, 30-Dekabr 2018 (UTC)