The Fox And The Hound

The Fox And The Hound
The Fox And The Hound

Year

1981

Duration

80 minutes

Genres

Animation

Language

English

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Synopsis

When an orphaned fox cub is taken in by a kindly widow who names him Tod, he quickly becomes friends with the neighbour's puppy Copper. But when the puppy's owner, a vicious hunter, takes him away for the winter, the cuddly pair look forward to seeing each other the following spring. But when the hunter does return, the little fox's former friend has become a prize hunting-dog. Can Tod and Copper recapture their former friendship, despite their differences?

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Contains occasional very mild threat.

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