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Reynard the Fox is a 1989 film based on the [[Literature/ReynardTheFox ''Reineke Fuchs'' poem by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe]]. Animation is outsourced to Creator/ShanghaiAnimationFilmStudio.

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''Reynard
the Fox Fox'' is a 1989 film based on the [[Literature/ReynardTheFox ''Reineke Fuchs'' ''Literature/ReynardTheFox'' poem by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe]]. Creator/JohannWolfgangVonGoethe, which was in turn based on the ''Literature/ReynardTheFox'' tales.

Animation is outsourced to Creator/ShanghaiAnimationFilmStudio.



* RedemptionPromotion: The animals get scared as Reynard and his family imitate hunters, and they leave the Noble King (who was tied up by Reynad while sleeping) alone. [[spoiler: The latter decides to reward Reynard for untying him and making him realize that they are unfaithful to him]].

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* RedemptionPromotion: The animals get scared as Reynard and his family imitate hunters, and they leave the Noble King (who was tied up by Reynad while sleeping) alone. [[spoiler: The latter decides to reward Reynard for untying him and making him realize that they are unfaithful to him]].him]].

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* LipLock: Words usually come out of the characters' mouths with no MouthFlaps at all, probably due to the animation being outsourced.

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* LipLock: HongKongDub: Words usually come out of the characters' mouths with no MouthFlaps at all, probably due to the animation being outsourced.


* LipLock: Words usually come out of the characters' mouths with no MouthFlaps at all, probably due to the animation being ooutsourced.

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* LipLock: Words usually come out of the characters' mouths with no MouthFlaps at all, probably due to the animation being ooutsourced.outsourced.


!!The film contains examples of:

* BigEater: Similarly to the source material, Reynard tricks the animals by promising them food and they don't think twice about it.
* BuriedTreasure: Reynard claims that a treasure is buried somewhere, in order to trick the Noble King.
* ButtMonkey
* Consummate Liar: Everything Reynard says is a lie.
* {{Jerkass}}: Reynard.

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!!The film contains examples of:

* BigEater: Similarly to
tropes from the source material, Reynard tricks as well as the animals by promising them food and they don't think twice about it.
* BuriedTreasure: Reynard claims that a treasure is buried somewhere, in order to trick the Noble King.
* ButtMonkey
* Consummate Liar: Everything Reynard says is a lie.
* {{Jerkass}}: Reynard.
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* RedemptionPromotion: The animals get scared as Reynard and his family imitate hunters, and they leave the Noble King (who was tied up by Reynad while sleeping) alone. [[spoiler: The latter decides to reward Reynard for untying him and making him realize that they are unfaithful to him.]]
* TalkingAnimal
* VillainProtagonist: Reynard.

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* RedemptionPromotion: The animals get scared as Reynard and his family imitate hunters, and they leave the Noble King (who was tied up by Reynad while sleeping) alone. [[spoiler: The latter decides to reward Reynard for untying him and making him realize that they are unfaithful to him.]]
* TalkingAnimal
* VillainProtagonist: Reynard.
him]].


* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Aside from the film in its original languages, the only known versions that have been published are the Greek one and the Hungaarian one. The latter uses an English print, and thus it's possible for an English dub to exist.

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* BuriedTreasure: Reynard claims that a treasure is buried somewhere, in order to trick the Noble King.
* ButtMonkey
* Consummate Liar: Everything Reynard says is a lie.


Added DiffLines:

* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Aside from the film in its original languages, the only known versions that have been published are the Greek one and the Hungaarian one. The latter uses an English print, and thus it's possible for an English dub to exist.


* LipLock: Words usually come out of the characters' mouths without MouthFlaps, probably due to the animation being ooutsourced.

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* LipLock: Words usually come out of the characters' mouths without MouthFlaps, with no MouthFlaps at all, probably due to the animation being ooutsourced.

Added DiffLines:

Reynard the Fox is a 1989 film based on the [[Literature/ReynardTheFox ''Reineke Fuchs'' poem by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe]]. Animation is outsourced to Creator/ShanghaiAnimationFilmStudio.

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!!The film contains examples of:

* BigEater: Similarly to the source material, Reynard tricks the animals by promising them food and they don't think twice about it.
* {{Jerkass}}: Reynard.
* LipLock: Words usually come out of the characters' mouths without MouthFlaps, probably due to the animation being ooutsourced.
* RedemptionPromotion: The animals get scared as Reynard and his family imitate hunters, and they leave the Noble King (who was tied up by Reynad while sleeping) alone. [[spoiler: The latter decides to reward Reynard for untying him and making him realize that they are unfaithful to him.]]
* TalkingAnimal
* VillainProtagonist: Reynard.

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