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The Fox and the Hound (10-Jul-1981)

Directors: Ted Berman; Richard Rich; Art Stevens

Writers: Ted Berman; Larry Clemmons; Vance Gerry; Steve Hulett; Earl Kress; Burny Mattinson; David Michener; Peter Young

Based on a book by: Daniel P. Mannix

Keywords: Juvenile, Outdoor Adventure

Tod, an orphaned red fox kit, and Cooper, a hound puppy, become fast and carefree friends. But after both attain adulthood, their relationship must inevitably change as one is hunter, and the other prey. And on a hunt with Cooper's owner, Amos Slade, everyone's mettle is tested. Best Disney animated film in years; the studio could never make such a heartbreaking movie today.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jack Albertson
Actor
16-Jun-1907 25-Nov-1981 The Man on Chico and the Man
Pearl Bailey
Singer
29-Mar-1918 17-Aug-1990 Appointed by Nixon as Ambassador of Love
Pat Buttram
Actor
19-Jun-1915 8-Jan-1994 Mr. Haney on Green Acres
Keith Coogan
Actor
13-Jan-1970   Cheetah
Sandy Duncan
Actor
20-Feb-1946   Valerie
Corey Feldman
Actor
16-Jul-1971   The Lost Boys
John Fiedler
Actor
3-Feb-1925 25-Jun-2005 Voice of Piglet
John McIntire
Actor
27-Jun-1907 30-Jan-1991 Christopher Hale on Wagon Train
Jeanette Nolan
Actor
30-Dec-1911 5-Jun-1998 Annette Deveraux on Hotel de Paree
Mickey Rooney
Actor
23-Sep-1920 6-Apr-2014 Actor in Andy Hardy comedies, musicals
Kurt Russell
Actor
17-Mar-1951   Call him Snake
Paul Winchell
Actor
21-Dec-1922 24-Jun-2005 Ventriloquist and inventor

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