Description: "Good Doggie, No Bone!" from "The Fox and the hound II" by Disney, sung by Dixie through her voiceactor "Reba McEntire".Enjoy!© Disney. All rights reserved. Posted without permission for no profit purposes.Don't ask me to put up the entire movie because I won't. If you wan't to see the whole thing the movie can be bought here:http://www.amazon.com/Fox-Hound-2-Rob-Paulsen/dp/B000HWZ4Q6/sr=1-2/qid=1171231394/ref=pd_bbs_sr_2/103-5940130-0634258?ie=UTF8&s=dvd
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I do not own Disney in any way. The scene that always makes me cry! Widow Tweed leaves Tod in the forest; I never cry in films, excluding this one! Clubpenguincrazy11.
Get ready to go a little bit country with THE FOX AND THE HOUND 2. The classic tale of friendship and loyalty, Tod and Copper still go together like an itch and a scratch, but when Copper gets a shot at the big time with a nutty group of hound dog howlers, their purebred friendship is put to the test. Experience an irresistible adventure of THE FOX AND THE HOUND 2.
the song Best of Friends from the movie The Fox and the Hound. Such a cute little video, Copper and Todd are adorable. this is from the Disney Sing Along Songs video Friend Like Me so lyrics will appear as the song begins.
NOT MINE. I do not own the Fox and the Hound. This is a test to see how the movie I ripped (which I own) would show on youtube. :3 This song always always made me cry when I watched this movie so I thought I'd use this song. This is also my absolute favorite Disney movie. Don't worry my faithful friends, I'm still going to do overloads of Lion King videos. :D Goodbye May Seem Forever-Jeanette Nolan Fox and the Hound- Disney
In honor of the 30th Anniversary Edition Blu-Ray/DVD release of the film along with "The Fox and the Hound 2", I will present to you a read-along story of "The Fox and the Hound" from 1981. The film is now available on Blu-Ray and DVD as part of the "2-Movie Collection" series with "The Fox and the Hound 2".
More - cartoontrailer.com Production Co - Walt Disney Productions Directors - Ted Berman, Richard Rich Writers - Daniel P. Mannix, Larry Clemmons Stars - Mickey Rooney, Kurt Russell and Pearl Bailey Cast Mickey Rooney - Tod Kurt Russell - Copper Pearl Bailey - Big Mama Jack Albertson - Amos Slade Sandy Duncan - Vixey Jeanette Nolan - Widow Tweed Pat Buttram - Chief John Fiedler - Porcupine John McIntire - Badger Richard Bakalyan - Dinky (as Dick Bakalyan) Paul Winchell - Boomer Keith Coogan - Young Tod (as Keith Mitchell) Corey Feldman - Young Copper Release Date - 10 July 1981 (USA) Budget - $12000000 (estimated) Opening Weekend - $4819215 (USA) (25 March 1988) Gross - $43899231 (USA) (1981) Runtime - 83 min
I do not own this or intend to profit from this! This is a video created and owned by the Nostalgia Critic, who uses clips own by Disney. I'm simply posting this for all fans of disney, as the Nostalgia Critic celebrates December by reviewing all of Disney's animated films. This review covers the 24th animated feature from 1981, The Fox and the Hound. Although beautifully drawn and layered with a rich, though-provoking story, was still not as big a hit as expected by the studio. The critics called it a return to the old disney magic, but the film itself is often a forgotten jewel, especially as Disney was at the precipice of financial ruin and the abandonment of everything they stood for. Enjoy!
Story of the Fox and the Hound!Enjoy!
This is where Amos Slade tries to shoot Tod for erroneously believing that he is trying to get his chickens. However Widow Tweed is having none of that and has a 12-guage shotgun to back up her words!
I know I've been posting a lot of Sonic stuff but believe it or not, I like other things then Sonic. What a shock! Anyway this has got to be my favorite part in the Fox and the Hound. Gosh, I hope I don't get suspended for this! ENJOY! All right goes to Disney!
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