'''''Charlotte's Web''''' («Charlotteren amarauna») [[ingeles]]ez eginiko [[marrazki bizidun]]etako film klasikoa da, []ean Hanna-Barbera konpainiak estreinatua. [[Elwyn Brooks White]] estatubatuar idazleak izenburu berberarekin idatzitako liburuan oinarrituta dago, eta [[armiarma]] baten eta [[txerri]] baten arteko [[adiskidetasun]]ari buruzkoa da.
A litter of pigs are born to the Arable farm. One is a runt so John Arable decides to "do away with it". However, when his daughter, Fern, hears of the pig's fate, she rescues him and tells her dad that it's absurd to kill it just because it's smaller than the others. She gets to raise him and names him Wilbur. However, after only six weeks of raising him, John tells Fern that it's time for him to be sold (his 10 siblings were already sold). She sadly says good-bye as Wilbur is sold down the street to her uncle, Homer Zuckerman. When Wilbur wants to play with a lamb, his father (known as a ram) says that sheep don't play with pigs because it's only a matter of time before they are turned into smoked bacon and ham. Wilbur starts crying, saying that he doesn't want to die, but a voice from above tells him to "chin up". The next day she sings a song about "chinning up", and reveals herself to be a spider named Charlotte. She saves him by writing messages in her web, hence the title. She eventually dies, and although 511 of her children leave the barn (she had 514), three of them stay. But as much as Wilbur loves them, they will never replace her memory.
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