I really like this film. The plot is pretty standard and predictable, but there's this charm to it. I can't quite explain, but this film has a unique charm. The animation of course is nicely done, and Todd and Copper are cute little scamps. Their friendship is cute and enjoyable, and even if the story is standard, it does tackle some moderately serious stuff. We have these two characters that desperately want to be friends but are torn apart and ruled by the roles in society that the universe has permanently placed them in, therefore it's very sad to see Copper seriously hunt Todd down, but very relieving when they protect each other in the end. There are some funny side characters, and Vixie is nice. The issues that I have is one: Amos Slade really didn't have to track Todd down in the forest. I mean come on, man. The fox is in the forest. Can't you just leave him alone? Two: Chief should have died. I know that sounds really wrong, but I felt that if he died, Copper's desperation to kill Tod would've been more understandable and justified. Three: I would've liked to have seen a bit more of Todd and Copper's friendship. And four: I felt that the story could've been a bit darker. Perhaps not one of Disney's best, but I think The Fox and the Hound is very cute, charming, and likeable, and still enjoy it.