10 Facts About Angry Kid


Unlike most Aardman productions, Angry Kid was not created using clay animation but a combination of pixilation with masks for facial expressions.

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The plot focuses on Angry Kid, who is given the task to write a 10-page essay for his teacher on who he really thinks he is.

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The special ends with Angry Kid reading out the essay written by his sister about who he really is before being punished by having an intense workout session in the school gymnasium under the supervision of an evil gym teacher.

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Angry Kid is running in the forest, where he finds a bandaged-up version of himself as a girl.

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Angry Kid soon realizes that it is just a nightmare, and the imagery used here is a reference to a scene from the 1981 horror cult classic film: An American Werewolf in London.

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Angry Kid calls his nightmare nonsense, and Speccy dryly retorts that the real nightmare is when he wakes up.

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Angry Kid then realises that he is at school wearing a dress.

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Angry Kid is promptly told off by his teacher before Speccy keeps saying, "There's no place like home" 3 times .

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The video comes to Angry Kid is celebrating the side of a Christmas tree with an average of Santa Claus and he wanted to know what you got for Christmas.

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Angry Kid asks the audience if there is something they would like him to comment on.

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