Gordy is a 1995 American feature film about a piglet who searches for his missing family (who are taken away to a slaughterhouse in Omaha, Nebraska). The piglet, named Gordy, experiences the lives of others which are part of the film's side plots, including travelling country music singers Luke McAllister and his daughter Jinnie Sue; and lonely boy Hanky Royce whose mother is engaged to a sinister businessman, Gilbert Snipes. Gordy changes lives for the people he encounters due to their ability to understand him. The film was released to theatres on May 12, 1995. It was distributed by Miramax Family Films.
Gordy was originally conceived in the early 1970s by Green Acres creator Jay Sommers and writer Dick Chevillat as a vehicle for the Arnold Ziffel character from the television series. Both are given writing credit for the film, although Sommers had died some ten years before the release of Gordy.
It was shot in Atlanta, Georgia.
The film featured the song "Pig Power" by Tag Team. A music video was produced for the song, featuring clips from the film.