The Fox and the Hound (DVD, 2006, 25th Anniversary Edition)
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- barnsie1993Jun 15, 2015by
Favorite Disney classic
This was my absolute favorite Disney movie as a child (1980's) and now it's my 2 year-old son's favorite. It's the classic Robin Hood tale with a wonderful children's twist. My son loves the action and the music. He gets a little bored with the love story, but that would make this movie a good pick for girls as well as boys. It's not that long, the characters and voices are great, the plot is easy for children to follow and interesting enough that adults will find it pleasant to sit through. I never understood why this wasn't a more popular Disney classic.
- twotears1234Nov 01, 2014by
Disney has many great childrens movies, and this one tops the list.
There is a time when a product can bring up something from a long time ago. In this case, The Fox and the Hound was a memory for my daughter, who, at the time, was very young when she first saw the movie. It was her favorite, and we bought a little stuffed owl that she identified with as one of the characters in the movie. She is now 38 years old, and I decided to surprise her for her birthday with this 25th addition. I also found a stuffed owl to go with it. I could go into detail, but I will leave the experience with just two words, she cried.
- pd8579May 07, 2013by
Friends for life - Wish the world worked this way. Great movie!
One of Walt Disney's finest movies. Great entertainment for the whole family.
Even though this is animation the characters are brought to life by the voices of so many great and beloved actors.
Friends for life. What a great way to start out and end which is what happens between an orphaned baby fox who's poor mother was killed by a hunter and left under the watchful eyes of a loving Big Mama owl who with the help of two feather friends unite an elderly lonely lady with saving and raising Todd the fox until he's all grown up.
The hunter neighbor brings home a puppy hound dog named Copper who is raised by an experienced hunting dog named Chief.
As babies these two become fast friends until spring arrives when the hunter takes Copper to be trained by Chief into the woods to hunt animals for their furs.
Once grown both try to remain friends, but due to Chief's accident and surviving being hit by a train and falling from the bridge - Copper turns against Todd who was only running for his life.
The kindly elderly lady knows she must take Copper deep into the woods and set him free in order to give him a fighting chance to live, and with the help of Big Mama Todd finds love with a beautiful lady fox and the two become one.
Unfortunately the hunter's heartless desire to kill Todd goes all out with Copper hot on the trail to hunt down his childhood friend.
The hunter's hate of Todd is so great that he sets a great many traps and comes across the territory of a giant grizzly bear who nearly kills both him and Copper, but when Todd who is again running not only for his life but the life of his lady love he hears in the distance the wounded yelps of his old friend and fearlessly comes to the rescue of both the hunter and Copper.
Todd being no match against the massive grizzly's giant paw is flung onto a downed rotting tree where the grizzly comes to finish off Todd, but due the weight of the bear the tree gives way and both fall down into the river below.
Todd barely survives and while making his way back to shore the hunter with shotgun in hand is ready to shoot Todd, but now it is Copper who stands over his childhood friend and looks at his master and with a whimper communicates to the hunter that if not for the heroic actions of Todd neither one of them would be alive, and the hunter finally has a change of heart.
In the end the two friends go their separate ways, but shall be friends for life.
I haven't seen this movie for decades and forgot so much on what all was involved in the story line, but I do find it a treasure and now I can enjoy it over and over.
Might be hard for small children to watch due to the theme of what a hunter does and the destruction caused to wildlife.
Parents need to take care that your children are old enough or are able to understand that this is just a movie.Read full review
- chevy1955puSep 01, 2015by
great movie, great story. recommend for children 2 and up.
I bought this to have at my house for my grandson. We watched it this weekend. He loved it. He is 2 years old. He was concerned for each animal as they went through the journey. He did not understand the entire story, but got the idea of what was happening to each character. I would recommend this movie for children 2 and up. Great movie. Great story.
- aleshaj93Apr 12, 2016by
Awesome service, this was in my son's easter basket. Great price and quick shipping of a childhood favorite!
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