Life Lessons from Movies

Charlotte’s Web

In Fantasy, Movies on February 12, 2015 at 7:00 PM

Charlotte’s Web (1973) is an animated fantasy directed by Charles A. Nichols and Iwao Takamoto about the friendships that a small pig named Wilbur (Henry Gibson) makes while living on a farm, most notably with a girl, Fern Arable (Pamelyn Ferdin), a gosling, Jeffrey (Don Messick), and a spider, Charlotte A. Cavatica (Debbie Reynolds).

Life Lesson:

You can be friends with anybody.

Movie Scene:

Wilbur: “Oh, we’ve got lots in common where it really counts. Where it really counts, we’ve got large amounts. What we look like doesn’t count an ounce. We’ve got lots in common where it really counts. [..]”

Charlotte: “You’re born to swim and me to spin, but we both love this world we’re in. We share the sun, the Earth, the sky — and that’s the reason why.”

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