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Shaun The Sheep Facts
Shaun The Sheep Movie is doing great in cinemas. Whether or not you've seen it yet, you might find these statistics interesting...
Shaun is 11 years-old in the sheep years, however he first appeared in the Wallace & Gromit short film, A Close Shave, 20 years ago.
Shaun the Sheep has over 5 million Facebook fans.
A Shaun puppet stands 17cm tall and weighs 100g.
It takes a week and a half to make a Shaun puppet from scratch. 21 were used in the film.
The total number of puppets used on Shaun The Sheep Movie was 354 (157 humans and 197 animals - of which 116 were sheep!)
The puppets need constant maintenance. It takes 45 minutes to re-fleece one sheep.
Over 80m of fleece fabric was used to fleece the flock. The fleece has to be stiffened with a spray of diluted PVA glue, to stop it 'boiling' under the studio lights and moving around when the animator touches it.
3000 mouth pieces were used to help give the characters expressions.
The tiniest props used were Bitzer's whistle, The Farmer's glasses and Shaun's tape recorder.
A full crew of 17 animators worked on the Shaun The Sheep Movie, producing an average of 2 seconds of animation per day.
The film is comprised of 25 sequences, which range in length from one minute to five-and-a-half minutes each.
There were 58 cameras, shooting across 33 units. 549,777 frames were taken - that's 5.5 billion, or 5,586,174,141,600 pixels.
So if there was just 1 animator making the whole film, how long would it have taken them to make it? Well, if each animator on average shot 2 seconds of footage per day, it'd be about 9 years!
The edit department got through 8 catering-size tubs of kids sweets during production.
There are 1589 'baa' sounds in the movie.
The Blue Peter badge (from the iconic BBC children's show) appears on Shaun's satchel. This has appeared in other Aardman productions including The Pirates.
Creator Nick Park was cast in a cameo role as the bird watcher.
There are homages to other movies throughout the film. For example in the animal containment scene there is a cat whose behaviour is inspired by Hannibal Lector.
Rizzle Kicks did a version of the internationally recognised Shaun the Sheep theme song Life's a Treat, and Eliza Doolittle also recorded a song for the movie called Big City.