History Disney / TheFoxAndTheHound

23rd Mar '17 11:48:29 PM gjjones
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* AntiVillain: Amos Slade is a {{Jerkass}} 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 {{Jerkass}} 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.]]



* KarmaHoudini: Amos Slate sparks off the end conflict by ''poaching'' on a petty vendetta, hunting on a game preserve, which nearly gets Tod, Copper, ''and'' him killed. Yet everyone lives, and the only thing Slate gets out of it is an injured leg. Poaching can get you ''arrested'', hunting license or not.

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* KarmaHoudini: Amos Slate sparks off the end conflict by ''poaching'' on a petty vendetta, hunting on a game preserve, which nearly gets Tod, Copper, ''and'' him killed. Yet everyone lives, and the only thing Slate gets out of it is an injured leg.foot. Poaching can get you ''arrested'', hunting license or not.
23rd Mar '17 11:46:22 PM gjjones
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* HairTriggerTemper: It doesn't take much for the badger to get annoyed.



* {{Jerkass}}: The badger.

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* {{Jerkass}}: The badger.badger is a jerk to the porcupine ''and'' Tod.
6th Mar '17 5:21:10 PM Nire
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* CarnivoreConfusion: Mostly averted, with one exception - foxes, especially young kits, are fair game to large owls, yet Tod and Big Mama get along fine. Strictly speaking she might also go after Dinky and Boomer, but owls aren't especially prone to hunting other birds - and in real life, they'd be awake at different times anyway.

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* CarnivoreConfusion: Mostly averted, handled realistically, with one major exception - foxes, especially young kits, are fair game to large owls, yet Tod and Big Mama get along fine. Strictly speaking she might also go after Dinky and Boomer, but owls aren't especially prone to hunting other birds - and in real life, they'd be awake at different times anyway.
6th Mar '17 5:20:10 PM Nire
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* CarnivoreConfusion: Mostly averted, with one exception - foxes, especially young kits, are fair game to large owls, yet Tod and Big Mama get along fine.

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* CarnivoreConfusion: Mostly averted, with one exception - foxes, especially young kits, are fair game to large owls, yet Tod and Big Mama get along fine. Strictly speaking she might also go after Dinky and Boomer, but owls aren't especially prone to hunting other birds - and in real life, they'd be awake at different times anyway.
5th Mar '17 7:15:56 PM Nire
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* AdaptedOut: In the novel, Tod had two different mates over a period of time and had kits with them. Only one of them (Vixie) appears in the film, and Tod and Vixie don't wind up with any kits.

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* AdaptedOut: In the novel, Tod had two different mates over a period of time and had kits with them. Only one of them (Vixie) appears in the film, and the film closes before Tod and Vixie don't wind up with have time to have any kits.


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* CarnivoreConfusion: Mostly averted, with one exception - foxes, especially young kits, are fair game to large owls, yet Tod and Big Mama get along fine.
14th Dec '16 7:51:53 AM Prinzenick
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* SlidingScaleOfAdaptationModification: The Disney film lands on the Type 1 (InNameOnly) end of the scale. It has very little in common with the original book.
11th Dec '16 1:35:27 AM Lancelot07
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* HeelFaceTurn:

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* HeelFaceTurn:HeelRealization:
9th Dec '16 3:28:06 AM Lancelot07
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* InformedSpecies: Copper and Chief are supposedly a [[http://www.americanbloodhoundclub.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/Majaresize.jpg Bloodhound]] and [[https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/0/03/Irish_Wolfhound_3.jpg/220px-Irish_Wolfhound_3.jpg Irish Wolfhound]], respectively. The two of them have obviously had their breed tweaked a little bit to look more cartoony and 'handsome'. Irish Wolfhounds are also the largest dog breed in the world, meaning Chief should have been a lot bigger.
29th Nov '16 2:21:04 PM Lancelot07
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* AdvertisedExtra: Some covers for the film, including the one on this site, features the bear, even though it only shows up a few minutes towards the end.
23rd Nov '16 10:08:59 AM Prinzenick
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* AdaptedOut: In the novel, Tod had two different mates over a period of time and had kits with them. Only one of them (Vixie) appears in the film, and Tod and Vixie don't wind up with any kits.
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