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Fractured Fairy Tales: The Phox, the Box, & the Lox (1999)

G  |   |  Family, Animation, Comedy  |  27 August 1999 (USA)
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In a town called Pudding on the Ritz, a sly fox attempts to trick a nitwit into opening a cursed treasure chest. However, the fox's trick comes back to bite him in the end.

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In a town called Pudding on the Ritz, a sly fox attempts to trick a nitwit into opening a cursed treasure chest. However, the fox's trick comes back to bite him in the end.

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El Lovo, el Bobo y el Tesoro  »

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This short was written by original Jay Ward writer Bill Scott as part of a revived Bullwinkle series in 1970, but the series never went forward. It was eventually made into a theatrical short film as a tribute to Jay Ward and Bill Scott (now deceased) and was released with the live action Dudley Do-Right (1999). See more »

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Spun-off from Rocky and His Friends (1959) See more »

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you can go home again . . . .
3 September 1999 | by See all my reviews

this short was so true to the Fractured Fairy Tales we saw as a kid that one of the people who saw it with me was sure that it was actually from the 60's, adn they had seen it as a kid.

bring this back to TV, and i would tune in . . . .


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