Charlotte's Web is one of the oldest movies that I can still remember to this day. The very end of the movie is the saddest part of all and it was the piece that was taken out of the story for us to read. It starts out with Charlotte and Wilbur in the stall they were placed in at the fair grounds. Wilbur had just won first prize at the fair and he was very proud of the metal he was wearing around his neck. Wilbur and Charlotte were talking about how they were soon to be going back home when Charlotte broke the news to Wilbur that she would not be returning with them. Wilbur threw a fit and whined about it because he didn't understand. Charlotte explained to him that she was becoming very weak and wouldn't make it but only a few more days. Wilbur finally understood where she was coming from and he decided that he was going to take her sacs of eggs that would soon become babies with him. He had to beg and bribe Templeton, the rat, to get the egg sac down from the web and finally with the bribing of food, Templeton got down Charlotte's babies. Wilbur carried the sac in his mouth home and they finally broke loose from the sac and took Charlotte's place in spinning webs at the door. Charlotte finally died a few days after everyone had left the fair grounds. Wilbur said that he would never forget her because she was a great friend and also a good writer as well.
In the beginning in paragraph two, Charlotte was trying to easily tell Wilbur that she wasn't feeling well at the time but he wasn't understanding what was going on with her. Wilbur was still very young and Charlotte kind of took the mother role in his life. She meant a lot to him and it seemed like he would do anything for her. This story even though its super old, still makes me sad, because its kind of like loosing your best friend..no one would want to go through that, human or animal.