Foghorn's going fishing, but a fox has other plans for him. Posing as a racetrack tout, he suggests Foggy get a hunting dog and go hunting. Once the dog is gone, the fox comes after the ... See full summary »

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Foghorn Leghorn / Barnyard Dog / Fox / Small Rooster (voice)
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Foghorn's going fishing, but a fox has other plans for him. Posing as a racetrack tout, he suggests Foggy get a hunting dog and go hunting. Once the dog is gone, the fox comes after the chickens. One of them pulls the fox alarm, and the dog comes running back (too late). The fox next poses as a quiz show host, tricking Foghorn and the dog into blowing each other up. They go through another cycle or two of abuse before identifying their common enemy. They team up and go after him. Written by Jon Reeves <jreeves@imdb.com>

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After Foghorn Leghorn & Barnyard Dog team together at ridding the farm of the continuous trouble-making fox, then they do a very quick & short spin. After their spin is over, Foghorn Leghorn is on top of Barnyard Dog, wearing an English sports jockey, with a bugle & blows the opening notes of a fox hunt, as if they were about to go on a fox hunt. See more »

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Fox: [speaking extremely quick and getting Barnyard Dog, off guard] Here, boy. Get the bone, get the bone, get the bone. Go! Go! Go! get it! Get it! Go!
[Fox lead Barnyard Dog, that was asleep, into chasing a stick, that landed, in a trap, just set by the fox. After tricking Barnyard Dog, the fox then quickly folded up box, locking up and trapping Barnyard Dog]
Foghorn Leghorn: [...]
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After Foghorn Leghorn and Barnyard Dog, teamed together & got rid of the trouble-making fox just after it ran away, Foghorn Leghorn then said "That's only the beginning". The smaller chick corrects him, saying "Un-huh", to Foghorn Leghorn and Barnyard Dog & then flipped over its newspaper, that reveals THE END, on the other side of it, then the musical closing credit begins. See more »

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Spoofs The $64,000 Question (1955) See more »

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De Camptown Races
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Music by Stephen Foster
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Entertaining with the fox a worthy adversary
17 March 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I personally wouldn't count Fox-Terror as a classic, like say What's Opera Doc? or Duck Amuck, but it is great fun nonetheless. With a surprise of an ending and some inspired surreal gags it is just fun, despite its rather hectic pacing and somewhat predictable story. The animation is fluid and colourful like a vast majority of the Looney Tunes cartoons, and the music is rousing enough. Also prevalent are some good scripting and stellar vocal performances from Mel Blanc. The characters are their engaging selves, Foghorn is a delight to see, the hound dog is funny, the little rooster is cute and most significantly the fox is a worthy adversary.

Overall, not classic status but an entertaining and recommendable watch. 8/10 Bethany Cox


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