History Disney / TheFoxAndTheHound

4th Dec '17 12:17:35 PM hullflyer
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* RealityEnsues: Despite the obvious child-friendly changes from the original book, [[spoiler:at the end the most Tod and Copper can do is treasure the friendship they once had, while they'll likely never be together again. It still remains one of very few animated Disney movies to have a BittersweetEnding.]]

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* RealityEnsues: Despite the obvious child-friendly changes from the original book, [[spoiler:at the end the most Tod and Copper can do is treasure the friendship they once had, while they'll likely never be together again. It still remains one of the very few animated Disney movies to have a BittersweetEnding.]]
27th Nov '17 5:18:07 PM fatescanner
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-> '''Tod''': Copper, you're my very best friend.\\
'''Copper''': And you're mine too, Tod.\\
'''Tod''': And we'll always be friends forever, won't we?\\
'''Copper''': Yeah, forever!
10th Nov '17 6:12:42 AM BcUltra1990
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* DownerBeginning / DramaticChaseOpening: [[spoiler:The film starts with Tod's mother running away from hounds, and ultimately getting shot.]]

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* DownerBeginning / DramaticChaseOpening: [[spoiler:The film starts with Tod's mother running away from hounds, and ultimately getting shot. It isn't likely that Amos Slade shot her because at that time he bought Copper.]]
6th Nov '17 12:13:30 PM Psi001
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* AdaptationalNiceGuy: In the novel, Tod intentionally lured Chief to the tracks to be killed. In this adaptation, it was a genuine accident on his part.

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* AdaptationalNiceGuy: AdaptationalNiceGuy:
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In the novel, Tod intentionally lured Chief to the tracks to be killed. In this adaptation, it was a genuine accident on his part.part.
** Similarly while Copper snaps at Tod at this point in the film, it was out of genuine guilt and concern for Chief, while in the books, Copper was jealous of Chief so rather happily accepted his demise.



* AntiVillain: Amos Slade is a JerkWithAHeartOfGold but not a bad guy, and he doesn't see his career of hunting as a bad thing. The only time he actually does anything illegal is when [[spoiler:Chief almost dies thanks to Tod]] and he's determined to get Tod's pelt even though hunting isn't allowed in that area, but [[spoiler:backs off when Copper shows Amos that Tod is his friend.]]

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* AntiVillain: Amos Slade is a JerkWithAHeartOfGold but not a bad guy, and he doesn't see his career of hunting as a bad thing. The only time he actually does anything illegal is [[spoiler:out of anger when [[spoiler:Chief Chief almost dies thanks to Tod]] and he's determined to get Tod's pelt even though hunting isn't allowed in that area, but [[spoiler:backs off when Copper shows Amos that Tod is his friend.]]
12th Oct '17 11:25:02 PM gjjones
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* {{Jerkass}}: The badger is a jerk to the porcupine ''and'' Tod.



* {{Jerkass}}: The badger is a jerk to the porcupine ''and'' Tod.
26th Sep '17 3:06:16 PM DisneyFan94
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* DarkerAndEdgier: Not so much compared to the original novel by Daniel P. Mannix or to Disney's next animated film, ''Disney/TheBlackCaulron'', but this film, along with the previous Disney installment, ''Disney/TheRescuers'' are more serious is comparision to some of Disney's animated movies from [[Disney/OneHundredAndOneDalmatians 1961]] to [[Disney/TheManyAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh 1977]].
7th Sep '17 7:04:24 PM ngh93
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** Tod saves Copper from the bear, and barely survives plummeting down a waterfall with it, leaving the fox, weak and exhausted, collapsing at the riverbank. Copper approaches, amazed Tod--the very fox he tried to hunt-- saved his life, despite everything that happened, and now feels genuinely remorseful for what he's done to him. [[spoiler:He then steps in between Amos' gun & Tod, causing Amos to come to his senses and lower his gun.]]

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** Tod saves Copper from the bear, and barely survives plummeting down a waterfall with it, leaving the fox, weak and exhausted, collapsing at the riverbank. Copper approaches, amazed Tod--the very fox he tried to hunt-- saved hunt--saved his life, despite everything that happened, and now feels genuinely remorseful for what he's done to him. [[spoiler:He then steps in between Amos' gun & Tod, causing Amos to come to his senses and lower his gun.]]
24th Aug '17 5:37:39 PM chasemaddigan
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A [[DirectToVideo Direct-to-DVD]] [[{{Interquel}} midquel]], ''The Fox and The Hound 2'', was released in 2006.

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A [[DirectToVideo Direct-to-DVD]] [[{{Interquel}} midquel]], ''The Fox and The Hound 2'', ''Disney/TheFoxAndTheHound2'', was released in 2006.



!!The first film provides examples of:

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!!The first !!This film provides examples of:




!!The second film provides examples of:
* ATruceWhileWeGawk: Near the start of the film, Chief stops chasing Tod when both notice Amos on the back of an out-of-control cow with a bucket on his head, and both watch, with Copper joining them, as it gets worse for him; after he throws off the bucket, a bee's nest takes its place. And then he throws that off, only to be thrown into a pig pen. All three say "Uh-oh" immediately before that last one. And it continues for a few more seconds, as they all get "oh, no" expression right before Tweed adds insult to injury:
-->'''Tweed''': Well, as long as you're wasting my milk, you may as well have some pie to go along with it. ''(grabs a blueberry pie from the windowsill)''
-->'''Amos''': What the dickens are you—''(PieInTheFace)''
* ChildrenAreInnocent
* DemotedToExtra: Tod, where he ends up doing chores, neglected by Copper, and becomes a {{Woobie}} just because he wanted to play with his friend.
** Justified, since Tod was the protagonist of the first film, where it focused on his life before and after [[spoiler: his abandonment.]]
* FatSweatySouthernerInAWhiteSuit: The talent scout, who ends up being the designated ButtMonkey in the second film.
* ItIsPronouncedTroPay: Can be justified as Cash is a stray mutt that can't be expected to know how to properly pronounce the word, but he pronounces "Entourage" as "Ahn-too-rajy". Though at least he knows it's French.
* LighterAndSofter: The tone sticks strictly to the sweetly tone of the first half of the original movie, with the comical banter amped to eleven.
* MotorMouth: One part of "We're In Harmony" turns out to be a whole verse of this, which eventually gets so fast that by the time they're done the Strays are out of breath.
* PieInTheFace: Mentioned above.
* ShakingTheRump: Tod, Dixie and the other animals do this during the song 'Good Doggie, No Bone'.
* ShownTheirWork: Tod can't sing because his species sounds [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zk1mAd77Hr4 like this.]]
* SlapSlapKiss: Cash and Dixie's relationship is mainly like this, as they argue with one another enough that the other three members of the Strays just sit and watch without a hint of looking uncomfortable at the sight, and Granny Rose remarks that if Cash "disliked" Dixie anymore than he claimed they would have to get married. When they're first introduced, Cash also says Dixie has a voice like an angel with the looks to match, and even says "Gosh, I missed you," when he and Dixie finally make up at the end (helped along by a good bit of nuzzling and meaningful looks).
* SlapstickKnowsNoGender: Dixie and Zelda suffer their fair share of AmusingInjuries.
* SpotlightStealingSquad: "The Singin' Strays". So much focus was removed from Tod because of them (though considering part of the plot is Copper hanging out with them so much Tod feels abandoned, that was likely intentional). Given how much the tone of the Interquel drifts from the original film, it almost looks like the franchise was plastered onto the story of the band as a last second idea.
* TalksLikeASimile: Evoked, over and over and over again.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Big Mama, Binky and Boomer are no where to be seen.
6th Aug '17 9:20:02 PM ShazamJr
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* ShakingTheRump: Tod, Dixie and the other animals do this during the song 'Good Doggie, No Bone'.
12th Jul '17 7:59:23 PM ngh93
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** Tod saves Copper from the bear, and barely survives plummeting down a waterfall with it, leaving the fox, weak and exhausted, collapsing at the riverbank. As Copper approaches, he is amazed the very fox he tried to hunt down ''saved his life'', despite everything that happened, and now feels genuinely remorseful for what he's done to him. [[spoiler:He then steps in between Amos' gun & Tod, causing Amos to come to his senses and lower his gun.]]

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** Tod saves Copper from the bear, and barely survives plummeting down a waterfall with it, leaving the fox, weak and exhausted, collapsing at the riverbank. As Copper approaches, he is amazed the Tod--the very fox he tried to hunt down ''saved hunt-- saved his life'', life, despite everything that happened, and now feels genuinely remorseful for what he's done to him. [[spoiler:He then steps in between Amos' gun & Tod, causing Amos to come to his senses and lower his gun.]]
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