- Sneak peek of The Fox and the Hound 2
- DVD storybook: New Best Friends
- Sing along song: "The Best of Friends"
- Two animated bonus shorts
The Fox and the Hound
25th Anniversary Edition
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Disney's classic tale about an unlikely friendship gets a new transfer for a special 25th Anniversary Edition. When a feisty little fox named Tod is adopted into a farm family, he quickly becomes friends with a fun and adorable hound puppy named Copper. Life is full of hilarious adventures until Copper is expected to take on his role as a hunting dog -- and the object of his search is his best friend! Bonus features include an all-new Forest Friendship Game, a DVD Storybook, a Sing-Along Song, and more.
This special 25th Anniversary edition includes the classic 1981 The Fox and the Hound movie in its entirety and an abundance of special features including a Backstage Disney featurette, two interactive hide-and-seek games, sing-along, read-along, art gallery, and two Disney shorts. The fascinating six-and-a-half minute Backstage Disney segment "Passing the Baton" emphasizes the The Fox and the Hound's place as a historical turning point in Disney animation; chronicling the process by which legendary animators Woolie Reitherman, Frank Thomas, and Ollie Johnston, three of "Disney's Nine Old Men" whose names were synonymous with Disney Animation from the Snow White era, began work on The Fox and the Hound characters and their relationships and then encouraged a whole new generation of young Disney animators including Glen Keane, Randy Cartwright, Ron Clements, and John Musker to build upon that foundation, completing the movie's animation and effectively initiating a whole new chapter in Disney animation that would later culminate in movies like Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin. The "Passing the Baton" segment also touches upon The Fox and the Hound's underlying messages about friendship, racial prejudice, stereotyping, and bigotry. The "Art Gallery" features a large selection of original art from the movie and includes concept art rendered in both pastels and storyboard pencil sketches, live action footage shot with co-director Art Stevens acting as Amos Slade, footage of voice and musical talent, as well as merchandising and publicity art. Two captivating, eight-minute bonus shorts are also included. The 1951 Lambert the Sheepish Lion tells the story of a young lion cub mistakenly delivered to a mother sheep by a confused stork and promotes acceptance and tolerance of diversity and the 1941 Lend A Pawis a Mickey Mouse short in which Pluto rescues a drowning kitten and learns important lessons about kindness and acceptance. --Tami Horiuchi
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If you need a good tear-jerker - This movie has you covered!
Summery-The fox and the hound starts of when a female fox is trying to save her cub. She saves her son,but gets killed by a hunter. A owl named big mamma helps the cub and a kind old lady named widow tweed adopts the fox. She names him tod. A hunter named Amos slade got a puppy named copper. When Tod and Copper met,they become best friends. Their friendship is broken when copper leaves on a hunting trip. Tod is all alone. When copper returns,he is a hunting dog. Chief,Amos slades other dog attacks tod. Copper has no choice but to chase tod. Copper lets him go. But chief gets in a accident. Copper blames tod. Their friendship is gone. Tod is in a dangerous world because now coppers after him....
Message/Lesson-Friendship and love. You can be friends with anyone. No matter what,friendship lasts forever. Love is also important. Love starts when two eyes met. The same happen when tod met vixy. Once tod saw vixys eyes,he fell in love.
The DVD release of the fox and the hound will make a great family flim. The 30th anniversary of the fox and the hound would be a good choice. Not only does this DVD has special features but it has the second fox and the hound as well. Two moives in one DVD is perfect since you don't have to buy a separate DVD. This moive will be great for any age and a DVD will be great.
But this moive is awful sad. Killing and shooting is in it. But don't worry. There is no blood and there is no dead animals. It's off scean. Maybe ages 3 and up will be good. But I am WARING you. I have seen this moive plenty of times. This moive can make some cry. The touching moments make some cry. But the violence isn't to bad.
This moive has family fun and will be a good choice. If you are looking for a kids moive that teaches lessons and is appropriate this is a moive for you. This is a true masterpiece.
I. Spoken Languages
a. English for the Hearing Impaired
III. Return to Film
I. Theatrical Trailer
II. The Fox and the Hound Read Along
III. The Fox and the Hound Trivia Game
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Next time the neighbors are in the minivan, we are going to turn on the movie in the van and make them watch it on the way to school.
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