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The Fox and the Hound ()


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A little fox named Tod, and Copper, a hound puppy, vow to be best buddies forever. But as Copper grows into a hunting dog, their unlikely friendship faces the ultimate test.

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Tod (voice)
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Copper (voice)
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Big Mama (voice)
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Amos Slade (voice)
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Vixey (voice)
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Widow Tweed (voice)
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Chief (voice)
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Porcupine (voice)
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Badger (voice)
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Dinky (voice) (as Dick Bakalyan)
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Boomer (voice)
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Young Tod (voice) (as Keith Mitchell)
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Young Copper (voice)
'Squeeks' the Caterpillar ...
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James MacDonald ...
Bear (growling) (uncredited) (voice)
Clarence Nash ...
Bear (snarling) (uncredited) (voice)

Directed by

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Ted Berman
Richard Rich
Art Stevens
David Hand ... (uncredited) (earlier film clips)
Wolfgang Reitherman ... (uncredited) (earlier film clips)

Written by

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Daniel P. Mannix ... (based on the book by)
 
Larry Clemmons ... (story) &
Ted Berman ... (story) &
David Michener ... (story) &
Peter Young ... (story) &
Burny Mattinson ... (story) &
Steve Hulett ... (story) &
Earl Kress ... (story) &
Vance Gerry ... (story)

Produced by

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Ron Miller ... executive producer
Wolfgang Reitherman ... co-producer
Art Stevens ... co-producer

Music by

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Buddy Baker ... (musical score composed by)

Film Editing by

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James Koford ... (as Jim Koford)
James Melton

Editorial Department

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Donah Bassett ... negative cutter (uncredited)
Phil Hetos ... color timer (uncredited)
Sandra Kaufman ... assistant editor (uncredited)
Scot Scalise ... assistant editor (uncredited)

Casting By

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Mary Selway ... (uncredited)

Art Direction by

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Don Griffith

Production Management

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Don A. Duckwall ... production manager
Edward Hansen ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Don Hahn ... assistant director
Mark A. Hester ... assistant director
Terry L. Noss ... assistant director

Art Department

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John Alvin ... poster artist (uncredited)
Drew Struzan ... poster artist (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Tomas Krantz ... adr editor
Herb Taylor ... sound
Wayne Allwine ... sound editor (uncredited)
Nick Alphin ... re-recording mixer (uncredited)
Tammy Fearing ... dialogue editor (uncredited)
George Fredrick ... sound editor (uncredited)
Robert Hathaway ... sound supervisor (uncredited)
David M. Horton ... sound editor (uncredited)
Allen Hurd ... sound (uncredited)
Al Maguire ... adr editor (uncredited)
Vince Nicastro ... foley artist (uncredited)
Alan L. Nineberg ... adr editor (uncredited)
Richard Portman ... re-recording mixer (uncredited)
Frank Regula ... re-recording mixer (uncredited)
John Roesch ... foley artist (uncredited)
Joan Rowe ... foley artist (uncredited)
Roger Sword ... sound editor (uncredited)
Carolyn Tapp ... foley recordist (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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Bill Kilduff ... special photographic effects (uncredited)
Phil Meador ... special photographic effects (uncredited)
Ron Osenbaugh ... special photographic effects (uncredited)

Visual Effects by

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Jack Boyd ... effects animator
Ted Kierscey ... effects animator
Don Paul ... effects animator (as Don C. Paul)
Mark Dindal ... effects inbetween artist (uncredited)
John Emerson ... airbrush artist (uncredited)
Dorse A. Lanpher ... effects animator (uncredited)
Patricia Peraza ... effects assistant animator (uncredited)
Steve Starr ... effects assistant animator (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Peter Anderson ... animation camera supervisor (uncredited)
Ed Austin ... camera operator (uncredited)
Brian LeGrady ... animation camera (uncredited)
Rob Maine ... animation camera (uncredited)
Jim Pickel ... camera operator (uncredited)

Animation Department

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Daniela Bielecka ... background painter
David Block ... character animation
Chris Buck ... character animation
Hendel Butoy ... character animation (as Hendel S. Butoy)
Randy Cartwright ... supervising animator: "Chief" and "Adult Copper"
Michael Cedeno ... character animation
Ron Clements ... supervising animator: "Big Mama"
Jim Coleman ... color styling
Leroy Cross ... coordinating animator
Tom Ferriter ... key assistant animator
Ed Gombert ... character animation
Joe Hale ... layout
Dan Hansen ... layout
Chuck Harvey ... character animation
Ron Husband ... character animation
Ollie Johnston ... supervising animator: "Young Tod", Young Copper", and "Chief walking in a busted leg"
Glen Keane ... supervising animator: "Vixey" and "The Bear"
Dick N. Lucas ... character animation
Sylvia Mattinson ... key assistant animator
John Musker ... character animation
Phil Nibbelink ... character animation
Cliff Nordberg ... supervising animator: "Dinky" and "Boomer"
Dale Oliver ... character animation
Michael Peraza Jr. ... layout
Jerry Rees ... character animation
Sylvia Roemer ... layout
Brian Sebern ... background painter
Walt Stanchfield ... coordinating animator
Dave Suding ... coordinating animator
Kathleen Swain ... background painter
Frank Thomas ... supervising animator: "Tod" and "Copper"
Darrell Van Citters ... character animation
Jeffrey James Varab ... character animator (as Jeffrey J. Varab)
Guy Vasilovich ... layout
Glenn V. Vilppu ... layout
Chuck Williams ... coordinating animator
Phillip Young ... character animation
Tommy Ardolino ... inbetween artist (uncredited)
Wilma Baker ... final checker (uncredited)
Phyllis Barnhart ... painter (uncredited)
Betsy Baytos ... animator (uncredited)
Brad Bird ... animator (uncredited)
Don Bluth ... animator (uncredited)
Bill Brazner ... xerox (uncredited)
Ben Burgess ... assistant animator (uncredited)
Tim Burton ... animator (uncredited)
Reed Cardwell ... assistant animator (uncredited)
Diana Dixon ... xerox and paint (uncredited)
Will Finn ... inbetween artist (uncredited)
Mike Gabriel ... assistant animator (uncredited)
Andy Gaskill ... animator (uncredited)
Ed Ghertner ... assistant layout artist (uncredited)
Gary Goldman ... animator (uncredited)
Leslie Gorin ... assistant animator (uncredited)
Ray Harris ... assistant animator (uncredited)
Dan Haskett ... animator: "Adult Tod" (uncredited)
Mark Henn ... inbetween artist (uncredited)
Eadie Hofmann ... painter (uncredited)
Jay Jackson ... assistant animator (uncredited)
Milt Kahl ... animation director (uncredited) / character designer (uncredited)
Jorgen Klubien ... assistant animator (uncredited)
Bill Kroyer ... animator (uncredited)
Joe Lanzisero ... breakdown artist (uncredited)
Eric Larson ... animation consultant (uncredited)
John Lasseter ... animator: "Tod and "Big Mama" (uncredited)
Ginni Mack ... painter (uncredited)
Charlene Miller ... xerox checker (uncredited)
Fujiko Miller ... clean-up artist (uncredited)
Linda Miller ... animator (uncredited)
Carmen Oliver ... color models (uncredited)
Dave Pacheco ... assistant animator (uncredited)
John Pomeroy ... animator (uncredited)
Ruben Procopio ... assistant animator (uncredited)
Janet Rea ... xerox (uncredited)
Rebecca Rees ... assistant animator (uncredited)
Robyn Roberts ... xerox and paint (uncredited)
Lenord Robinson ... assistant animator (uncredited)
Harry Sabin ... assistant animator (uncredited)
Carmen Sanderson ... ink and paint (uncredited)
Henry Selick ... animator (uncredited)
Toby Shelton ... inbetween artist (uncredited)
Stan Somers ... inbetween artist (uncredited)
Rusty Stoll ... assistant animator (uncredited)
Tad Stones ... assistant animator (uncredited)
Dave Thomson ... scene planner (uncredited)
Donald Towns ... background artist (uncredited)
Gina Wootten ... ink and paint (uncredited)

Casting Department

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Louis Elman ... adr voice casting (uncredited)
Mike Fenton ... casting associate (uncredited)
Barbara Harris ... adr voice casting (uncredited)
Mary Hidalgo ... casting associate (uncredited)
Christian Kaplan ... executive in charge of casting: Walt Disney Pictures (uncredited)

Music Department

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Buddy Baker ... conducted by: musical score
Michael Boddicker ... musician: synthesizer
Evelyn Kennedy ... music editor
Walter Sheets ... orchestrator
Jack Wadsworth ... music editor
Buddy Baker ... music supervisor (uncredited) / orchestrator (uncredited)
John Beal ... composer: trailer (uncredited)
Tom Boyd ... oboe soloist (uncredited)
Harvey Cohen ... orchestrator (uncredited)
Sandy DeCrescent ... orchestra contractor (uncredited)
George Doering ... musician (uncredited)
Greg Fulginiti ... music engineer (uncredited)
Robin Garb ... music consultant (uncredited)
Jay Lawton ... music supervisor (uncredited)
Shawn Murphy ... score mixer (uncredited)
John Richards ... music recordist (uncredited)
John Rodd ... music recordist (uncredited)
Ethmer Roten ... musician: flute (uncredited)
Patrick Russ ... orchestrator (uncredited)
Steve Schaeffer ... musician: percussion (uncredited)
Steven L. Smith ... music preparation (uncredited)
Al Teeter ... music editor (uncredited)
James Thatcher ... musician: French horn (uncredited)
Shirley Walker ... composer: additional music (uncredited)

Additional Crew

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Mel Shaw ... creative assistant to the producers (as Melvin Shaw)
Boyce R. Doyle ... special consultant: end credits (uncredited)

Thanks

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Hans Conried ... in memory of
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Storyline

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Plot Summary

When an adopted fox and a to-be hunting hound become inseparable friends as pups, their friendship grows stronger every day in their "childhood." But as they grow older, they grow farther and farther apart, to the day when the two old comrades' bond is put to the ultimate test.

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Taglines A New Captivating Animated Adventure! See more »
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Also Known As
  • Rox et Rouky (France)
  • Cap und Capper (Germany)
  • Tod y Toby (Spain)
  • Topi och Tessu (Finland, Swedish title)
  • Red e Toby nemiciamici (Italy)
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Runtime
  • 83 min
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Budget $12,000,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend United States $4,819,215, 25 Mar 1988

Did You Know?

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Trivia The final Disney animated feature to simply end with a "The End; Walt Disney Productions" credit, as with all previous Disney animated films after Alice in Wonderland (1951). (All of the credits were at the beginning.) The next Disney animated feature, The Black Cauldron (1985), which was also directed by Richard Rich and Ted Berman, was the first one with closing credits. See more »
Goofs Amos drops three traps on the ground by Copper. Yet, when he sets them up, we see five traps. Furthermore, Tod springs about half a dozen traps, and there is one left for Amos to accidentally step into. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Disney Animation: The Illusion of Life (1981). See more »
Soundtracks Best of Friends See more »
Crazy Credits And "Squeeks" the caterpillar. See more »
Quotes Widow Tweed: We met it seems, such a short time ago. You looked at me, needing me so. Yet from your sadness, our happiness grew. Then I found out, I need you, too. I remember how we used to play. I recall those rainy days, the fires glowed, that kept us warm. And now I find, we're both alone. Goodbye may seem forever, farewell is like the end. But in my heart's a memory, and there you'll always be.
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