The crow is hunting for a fox as there is a $15.00 bounty on fox furs. Meanwhile, the fox discovers there is a $15.00 bounty on crow pelts and eventually the two discover each other. After ... See full summary »

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The crow is hunting for a fox as there is a $15.00 bounty on fox furs. Meanwhile, the fox discovers there is a $15.00 bounty on crow pelts and eventually the two discover each other. After introducing themselves, the crow gets wise and measures the fox head to toe to discover his "worth". The crow then tricks the fox into dancing until he's cornered against a wall while the crow gets ready to fire his musket. The crow finds out, however, that fox furs become worthless when riddled with buckshot so he runs to get a club instead. While he gets the club, the fox steals his musket and chases the crow with it, eventually cornering HIM against a tree and gets ready to fire. The crow, however, decides to take it like a man and the touched fox just doesn't have the heart to pull the trigger... or does he? Written by Matt Yorston (george.y@ns.sympatico.ca)

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23 August 1943 (USA)  »

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Crow: Hey, Foxie! You're just da guy I've been lookin' for! Do you know a gray fox in Pittsboig?
Fox: No, but I know a silver fox in Boston!
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Follows Slay It with Flowers (1943) See more »

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One of the best Fox and Crow cartoons
2 August 2003 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

In this cartoon, Crowy is hunting for a fox because there is a 45 cent bounty. Foxy, on the other hand, is putting up a sign for a 25 cent bounty on crows after they had destroyed his field. One fun gag I enjoy is when Crowy is about shoot Foxy, but looks in his book, that tells him not to use a gun. He doesn't get it so Foxy holds up a sign to see the explanation on page 59. I feel that these Fox and Crow cartoons are not getting the public attention that they deserve. They are just as funny as cartoons like Looney Tunes/Merrie Melodies or Disney. They just are not heard of today. I really think that Columbia should release a complete Fox and Crow DVD set.


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