You would think writing for an animated dog who never says anything would be easy. In fact, you'd think it wouldn't be any work at all, since the character never speaks. But according to creator Nick Park in an interview with NPR's Weekend Edition yesterday, Gromit, the mute canine in Wallace and Gromit: Curse of the Were-Rabbit, actually did have lines of dialogue written into the script. The "dialogue" was never meant to be spoken, but was used as a guide for the animators when concocting Gromit's facial expressions.

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