Everyone probably knows by now that I'm not a big Disney fan but I do like The Fox and the Hound very much on many different levels. With great voice work from the likes of Pearl Bailey, Mickey Rooney, Jack Albertson, John Fiedler and Paul Winchell it is very hard not to like and feel all nostalgic. It's like the cast of all the voices I grew up with.
An endearing and delightful 83 minute movie with lovable characters that will stick with you longer after the credits roll. It's a completely predictable storyline, but one made with the love and craft that only old school Disney can produce. Kids will absolutely love it, while adults will revel in the nostalgia and feel all warm inside.
Arguably not for kids, the theme of "growing up" and "time changes" might not be very relatable; but at the same time they're simplified to a point of purity that you wouldn't see in anything but a children's movie. However, it's presented with enough sincerity and heart to wear the "Disney Classic" badge. Worth a watch.
I don't remember too much about this movie, other than that I liked it.The animation is good, the songs are good, and the stroy is just really loveable and cute. It's another tearjerker for kids, but it's good a got message and is still pretty fun.
A great movie and truly in the spirit of the older classics. All the characters and visuals are well done and the story is extremely powerful to just about anyone who's ever had a friend. The subtle racism theme is really intelligent and multi-layered. Voice talents don't get better than Kurt Russell and Corey Feldman.
i love fox and the hound and i dont really want to watch the second one just in case it completely ruins the awesomeness of this movie!!
i absolutely love all the walt disney classics and this one is no exceptions!!
Gorgeous animation in the classic Disney style elevates this not-so-classic children's film in which a little fox and a puppy becom friends. I liked it when I was six year old where I watched it at the cinema.