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Fox Pop (1942)

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Hearing that silver foxes are all the rage in high society, a fox paints himself silver and gets himself trapped, finding out too late that it's only his fur anyone is interested in.

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Hearing that silver foxes are all the rage in high society, a fox paints himself silver and gets himself trapped, finding out too late that it's only his fur anyone is interested in.

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A short for Fox lovers
20 October 2007 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I love it! it is a great short and one of my favorite cartoons from Chuck Jones' early years of directing at Warner Bros; Chuck Jones is my favorite animator along with Max Fleischer, and I love foxes. But you know I thought there is no such thing as a silver fox. I thought they are mystical, fantasy creatures like flying-horses, dragons, mermaids and such; but I guess I was wrong.

I love how the fox is depicted in a very effective, sinister silhouette as he sneaks up on an unsuspecting farmhouse, that was great stuff! And I love the escape scene too...Excellent work, Mr. Jones, we will miss you.


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