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Asher Smith is an ageing hunter who takes pity on a tiny, orphaned fox cub, and brings him up alongside his own hounds used in fox hunting. Of course, once the fox is full-grown he can no longer live with them, and is let loose. Knowing the way the hounds have been trained, the fox becomes famous for his ability to outsmart the hunts. But hunter, hounds and fox cannot all win in this situation in this exciting and heartwarming animal adventure.
This is the life story of an otter living in the English countryside, from his birth to when he first learns to swim.
7–14 years 87 mins
A father and son live happily together until their home is threatened by a local businessman.
7–11 years 94 mins
A young girl stumbles on a wild fox, and takes it upon herself to study and analyse its behaviour to further befriend it.
7–14 years 92 mins
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