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24th Aug '17 6:06:09 PM chasemaddigan
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* Although Tod was DemotedToExtra in the second film and Copper was shown to shine in the film, if you think about who was the protagonist and the most important character in the first film, you'll realize that the focus merely switched over from Tod to Copper.
** First film: Focused on Tod
** Second film: Focused on Copper

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* Although Tod was DemotedToExtra in the second film and Copper was shown to shine in the film, if you think about who was the protagonist and the most important character in the first film, you'll realize that the focus merely switched over from Tod to Copper.
** First film: Focused on Tod
** Second film: Focused on Copper
10th Jun '17 6:58:08 AM Lancelot07
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6th Jun '17 5:33:33 AM JPO398
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* During the bear attack, Amos struggles to reach for his gun since his foot is caught in one of his traps. The trap is clearly seen being held down by a post; it would probably take less effort to pull it out of the ground and go for the gun rather than try to pry the trap open.
11th Apr '17 5:00:45 PM huberd
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** The fox's father isnt seen despite foxes being monogamous and the fox fathers helping to raise the cubs. Shouldn't he have been helping to defend his mate and cub against the hunters unless..[[TearJerker ooh.]] It's likely the reason why Tod's mom was able to get her cub away safely for a while was probably because [[HeroicSacrifice her mate stayed behind to fend off the hounds or at least serve as a distraction.]] [[HarsherInHindsight In hindsight, this makes the scene where Tod confronts Copper so Vixie can get away even harder to watch.]]
* Although it's more like Fridge Sadness: The end of the film pans out on Tod watching Copper from a hill. It was earlier shown that the widow drove what was possibly hours getting Tod to the reservation, meaning he travelled a long while to look at Copper and his old home one last time.

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** The fox's father isnt isn't seen despite foxes being monogamous and the fox fathers helping to raise the cubs. Shouldn't he have been helping to defend his mate and cub against the hunters unless..[[TearJerker ooh.]] It's likely the reason why Tod's mom was able to get her cub away safely for a while was probably because [[HeroicSacrifice her mate stayed behind to fend off the hounds or at least serve as a distraction.]] [[HarsherInHindsight In hindsight, this makes the scene where Tod confronts Copper so Vixie can get away even harder to watch.]]
* Although it's more like Fridge Sadness: The end of the film pans out on Tod watching Copper from a hill. It was earlier shown that the widow drove what was possibly hours getting Tod to the reservation, meaning he travelled traveled a long while to look at Copper and his old home one last time.
7th Mar '17 6:42:41 PM shrrgnien
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* Chief is ''dramatically'' outshone in tracking abilities once Copper shows up. Old age? Not likely. Chief looks like a shaggy greyhound-esque breed or mix--lean, tall, long thin muzzle, small ears, no wrinkles. In other words, he's a ''sighthound.'' Sighthounds are bred for just that--flushing and chasing prey based on line-of-sight, working in tandem with the handler. ''Scenthounds'' like Copper have been designed through thousands of years of breeding to locate prey by smell alone. They're just built for different styles of hunting. Copper was always going to be better at the kind of tracking-heavy hunting style his master prefers.
16th Nov '16 4:01:44 AM Lancelot07
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* When Tod is getting to know Vixey, Dinky and Boomer suddenly show up out of nowhere to watch them.
28th Oct '16 10:04:14 PM theLibrarian
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* Is Slate going to be arrested for trespassing onto a game preserve? Hunting license or not Slate was ''poaching'' because of a petty vendetta.
7th Aug '16 2:51:56 PM ArchTeryx
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* Why did Amos keep Chief on a leash but let Copper go unrestrained? It's all well and good to teach your dog to stay near your house on its own accord while it's still young, but shouldn't Amos have been personally watching him during this learning period? There are wild animals all around their house! [[FridgeHorror A puppy Copper's size could get ''eaten'' if it wanders too far.]]

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* Why did Amos keep Chief on a leash but let Copper go unrestrained? It's all well and good to teach your dog to stay near your house on its own accord while it's still young, but shouldn't Amos have been personally watching him during this learning period? There are wild animals all around their house! [[FridgeHorror A puppy Copper's size could get ''eaten'' get]] ''[[FridgeHorror eaten]]'' [[FridgeHorror if it wanders too far.]]
7th Aug '16 5:21:54 AM Lancelot07
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* Although it's more like Fridge Sadness: The end of the film pans out on Tod watching Copper from a hill. It was earlier shown that the widow drove what was possibly hours getting Tod to the reservation, meaning he travelled a long while to simply look at Copper and his old home one last time.

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* Although it's more like Fridge Sadness: The end of the film pans out on Tod watching Copper from a hill. It was earlier shown that the widow drove what was possibly hours getting Tod to the reservation, meaning he travelled a long while to simply look at Copper and his old home one last time.
7th Aug '16 5:20:33 AM Lancelot07
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** The fox's father isnt seen despite foxes being monogamous and the fox fathers helping to raise the cubs. Shouldn't he have been helping to defend his mate and cub against the hunters unless..[[TearJerker ooh.]] It's likely the reason why Tod's mom was able to get her cub away safely for a while was probably because [[HeroicSacrifice her mate stayed behind to fend off the hounds or at least serve as a distraction.]] [[HarsherInHindsight In hindsight, this makes the scene where Tod confronts Copper so Vixie can get away even harder to watch.]]

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** The fox's father isnt seen despite foxes being monogamous and the fox fathers helping to raise the cubs. Shouldn't he have been helping to defend his mate and cub against the hunters unless..[[TearJerker ooh.]] It's likely the reason why Tod's mom was able to get her cub away safely for a while was probably because [[HeroicSacrifice her mate stayed behind to fend off the hounds or at least serve as a distraction.]] [[HarsherInHindsight In hindsight, this makes the scene where Tod confronts Copper so Vixie can get away even harder to watch.]]]]
* Although it's more like Fridge Sadness: The end of the film pans out on Tod watching Copper from a hill. It was earlier shown that the widow drove what was possibly hours getting Tod to the reservation, meaning he travelled a long while to simply look at Copper and his old home one last time.
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