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Desc:An amoral antihero, creepy puppet animation and grownup humor. The UnDisney of its genre.
Category:Classic Movies, Cartoons & Animation
Tags:Surreal, stop motion, puppets, fox, starewicz
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Comment count is 6
Chicken the Did - 2017-12-24
Years later they tried to do an animated sequel but... That one is locked in a vault for reasons.
Miss Henson's 6th grade class - 2017-12-24
Is this the thing that's featured in the second book of the "Magicians" trilogy by Grossman?
Old_Zircon - 2017-12-24
I'm partial to the Julian Cope version myself.

Marlon Brawndo - 2017-12-26
I can't believe they were actually able to make something this good in 1930.
Marlon Brawndo - 2017-12-26
That was supposed to be five stars. Damn arrow key.

blase - 2017-12-29
Plot summary: The Fox is being an asshole to all the other animals; so they bring their grievances against him to the King of Beasts. The Fox's lawyer (a badger) spins alibis in his defense. The animals continue to stupidly fall for the Fox's trickery (including the King), but in the end, the King praises the Fox for his cunning and resourcefulness, and makes him Prime Minister. A political allegory that's still relevant today.

And I'm still trying to figure out how they did the eye movements and motion blurs.
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