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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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(as Charles M. Jones)
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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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5 September 1942 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Se on nyt piirrettyjä 7  »

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Included on the Warner DVD of Kings Row (1942) See more »

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Featured in Three Burials (2005) See more »

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This one is a real gem of a cartoon
9 November 2000 | by (Tucson AZ) – See all my reviews

This cartoon is beautifully done and hilarious. A fox makes a monumental error when he hears that silver foxes are highly prized, not realizing that only the skin is prized, not the fox it's attached to. This is one occasion that proves ignorance is decidedly not bliss! The fox gets into various situations and Chuck Jones makes this cartoon a spoof as well as a proof that jumping to conclusions can be a very foolish thing to do indeed. The opening and closing scenes are perfect. Most highly recommended.


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