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Wallace and Gromit Men's Cycling Jersey

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Show everyone that you are true fan while you wear this handsome jersey featuring Wallace & Gromit!

  • AIRpass-Pro moisture wicking technology
  • UV protection
  • Hidden full-length YKK Zipper
  • 3 pockets with reinforced stitching
  • Silicon Gripper bottom in rear

Wallace and Gromit is a British claymation comedy franchise created by Nick Park of Aardman Animations. The series consists of four short films and one feature-length film, but has spawned numerous spin-offs and TV adaptations. The series centers on Wallace, a good-natured, eccentric, cheese-loving inventor, along with his companion Gromit, a silent yet loyal and intelligent anthropomorphic dog. The first short film, A Grand Day Out, was finished and made public in 1989. Wallace was originally voiced by veteran actor Peter Sallis and later by Ben Whitehead. Gromit is largely silent, instead communicating only through means of facial expressions and body language.

Because of their widespread popularity, the characters have been described as positive international cultural icons of both modern British culture and British people in general. BBC News called them "some of the best-known and best-loved stars to come out of the UK". Icons has said they have done "more to improve the image of the English world-wide than any officially appointed ambassadors". Although not overtly set in any particular town, Park has hinted that it was inspired by 1950s Wigan in the north of England. Wallace's accent comes from the Holme Valley of West Yorkshire. Wallace is fond of Wensleydale cheese (from Wensleydale, North Yorkshire).

Their films have received critical acclaim, with the first three of the short films, A Grand Day Out (1989), The Wrong Trousers (1993) and A Close Shave (1995), all broadcast in the US on PBS, and all being extremely well-received; and the feature film Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit (2005) receiving similar acclaim. The feature film is the second highest-grossing stop motion animated film ever, only outgrossed by Chicken Run, another creation of Park.

The Wallace and Gromit characters spearhead the fundraising for two children's charities: Wallace & Gromit's Children's Foundation, which supports children's hospices and hospitals in the United Kingdom, and Wallace and Gromit's Grand Appeal, the charity for Bristol Children's Hospital in Bristol, England.


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