The Fox and the Hound (1981)

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friends: Tod (a red fox) and Copper (a hound dog), in a magic Disney animated movie.
Story A young fox is orphaned. Big Mama the owl, Boomer the woodpecker, and Dinky the finch arrange for him to be adopted by Widow Tweed. Tweed names him Tod, since he reminds her of a toddler. Amos Slade, brings home a young hound puppy named Copper and introduces him to his hunting dog Chief. Tod and Copper become playmates, and vow to remain "friends forever".

Soundtracks The movie contains the following songs:

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Full Quotes BIG MAMA: You poor little fella. It's all right. Big Mama's here. You know, you're gonna need some caring for. Now, let's see, darlin'. You need... Oh, no. Not me. Not Big Mama, now. Now I'm thinkin', though. Now don't... Don't you move, honey. Big Mama's gonna be right back. DINKY: Good work, Boomer. We'll get him this time. I think he's in there. BIG MAMA: Am I glad I found you boys. There's no time to lose. I need your help. Now come on. Come on. DINKY: Let's go, Boomer. Come on. BOOMER: Yeah, but... Oh, shucks. Oh, poor little guy. BIG MAMA: Don't you worry now. We're going to find someone to look after you. DINKY: Hey, I think I got an idea. OK, Boomer, now you know what to do. BOOMER: Yeah, leave it to me. Leave it to me. WIDOW TWEED: Who is it? Well, I was sure I heard someone knocking. Oh, dear! My laundry! Oh, here! Stop it! Oh, you pesky birds! Will you come back here? Oh, stop! Well, I wonder what got into those birds. Well, bless my soul! Why, it's... It's a baby fox. Hello, little fella. I wonder where its mother is. Come on, now. I'm not going to harm you. Now, now. Oh, isn't that...? Oh, my, my. You're a feisty little rascal, aren't you? There, there, now. Calm down. No, I just can't leave you out here all alone. Oh, isn't he darling? Now, not so fast. Now, now, not so fast. Oh, my. You're such a little toddler. Say, that's what I'm going to call you. Tod. You know, Tod, I'm not going to be so lonesome anymore. AMOS SLADE: I got a surprise for you, Chief, old boy. Now, now, now, take it easy. Well, how's this for a huntin' dog? He's just a little runt now, but he'll grow. You may as well get used to him, Chief. He's for you to look after from now on. WIDOW TWEED: Tod, stop pestering Abigail. Abigail, you're going to have to be patient with Tod. He's one of the family now. Oh, of course. Now I know. I declare, I never will get my chores done. Oh, mercy! Tod! Tod, stop it! Abigail! Abigail! Oh, no! There goes my milk! Oh, no! Easy, easy, Abigail. Steady, old girl. Steady. There, there. Tod, you come here. I said come here! Just look what you've done. Now, don't try to butter me up. Oh, Tod, I just can't stay angry with you. You little imp. Now run along and play. Go on. And try to stay out of mischief. TOD: Hey, it's Dinky and Boomer. Maybe they wanna play. DINKY: Is this it, Boomer? BOOMER: Sure, Dinky. This is the place. I never forget a tree. I never forget a tree. DINKY: He won't get away this time. Hold it, Boomer. I think I hear somethin'. BOOMER: That's him, all right, Dinky. That's him, all right. DINKY: Get ready, Boomer. Hey, I can hear him movin'. Listen. BOOMER: That's funny. I don't hear nothin'. Quiet. That's him, Dinky. That's him, all right. DINKY: Button your beak, will ya? I'll check it out. BOOMER: Would you look at that? DINKY: OK, Boomer, he's right... there. Yikes! Watch it! Why, you... Nail him, Boomer! Sock it to him! TOD: Hiya, fellas. What ya doin'? Wanna play? DINKY: Stay outta this, kid. This don't concern you. Let him have it! Don't let the creep get away! You can take him, Boomer! Give him a left! A right! Let him have it! BOOMER: Which way did he go? DINKY: This way. There he is! TOD: What happened to ya? Golly! BOOMER: Oh, shucks! I think I bent my beak. DINKY: Now see what you done? You cost us our breakfast. BOOMER: I cost us our breakfast? It was your fault. DINKY: What are you talkin', my fault? BOOMER: Yeah, yeah. TOD: A worm? For breakfast? CHIEF: Hey, there, Copper, what ya sniffin' at?

Characters pictures

Tod - a red fox
Tod - a red fox
  Copper - a hound dog
Copper - a hound dog
Vixey - a female fox
Vixey - a female fox
  Big Mama - an owl
Big Mama - an owl

COOPER: Somethin'... I never smelled before, Chief. CHIEF: Let me see. Shucks, that's easy. The master's just cookin' grits and fatback. You oughta know that. COOPER: That's not what I smell. I don't know, Chief. It's something else. CHIEF: Sonny, you got a lot of learnin' to do about sniffin' and smellin'. Hey, where you goin'? COOPER: I want to find out what that smell is. CHIEF: OK, Copper, but the master ain't gonna like you wanderin' off. COOPER: I won't get lost, Chief. I can smell my way back. CHIEF: Can't tell these young whippersnappers anything. TOD: What ya smellin'? COOPER: I'm on the trail of somethin'. TOD: Trail of what? COOPER: I don't know yet. Why, it's you! TOD: What do you do that for? COOPER: We're supposed to do that when we find what we've been trackin'. TOD: I'm a fox. My name's Tod. What's your name, kid? COOPER: Mine's Copper. I'm a hound dog. TOD: Gee, I bet you'd be good playin' hide-and-seek. Wanna try it, Copper? COOPER: Can I use my nose? TOD: Sure. COOPER: OK. TOD: Now go ahead and close your eyes and count. COOPER: One, two, three. TOD: No, Copper! You can't peek! Now start again. COOPER: One, two, three, four, five, six, seven. BIG MAMA: My, my. Look at that. A fox and a hound, playing together. AMOS SLADE: Copper! COOPER: Gee, I've gotta go. TOD: Come on, Copper! Copper, you're my very best friend. COOPER: And you're mine too, Tod. TOD: And we'll always be friends forever, won't we? COOPER: Yeah, forever. TOD: Hey, let's go swimmin'! COOPER: Give me a head start and I can beat ya! AMOS SLADE: Dagnabit! That Copper pup's gone and strayed off again. Come on, Chief. If that little rascal's gonna make me a good huntin' dog, he's gotta learn to mind. Copper! Get over here! Copper! COOPER: I gotta go home. TOD: Do ya have to? We're havin' too much fun. COOPER: I gotta. He sounds awful mad. TOD: I'll see ya tomorrow! And don't forget! I won't! Hey, Copper, what happened to ya? Why didn't you...? Golly! You're all tied up. COOPER: Yeah, and it's no fun either. The master says I gotta stay home. TOD: Well, we can play around here then. COOPER: Oh, no. Not with old Chief over there. TOD: Is that him making that awful noise? COOPER: He keeps me awake at night. Oh, don't go in there! He can get awful mean! TOD: He's cranky. Gee-whillikers, is he ever big. His ears isn't as big as yours, Copper. COOPER: That's not the part you gotta worry about. TOD: Wow! Look at those teeth. COOPER: That's the part you gotta worry about! CHIEF: I'm gainin' on him. He won't get away now. He's wakin' up! COOPER: Get out, Tod! TOD: No. He's havin' a dream. He's chasin' somethin'. CHIEF: When I get him cornered... It's... It's a big old badger. TOD: Copper, he's chasin' a badger. CHIEF: No, no, it ain't a badger. It's a... It's a fox. A fox? COOPER: Run, Tod! Run! Tod!

Producer Wolfgang Reitherman brought his son's pet fox as reference for the animators.
The first animated film to be presented in Dolby.
The name "Tod" is derived from the Middle English word "todde", which means "fox".
This film is loosely based on Daniel P. Mannix novel. Almost every aspect from the novel was either changed or eliminated entirely.
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