Featuring an all-star cast of voice talents, toe-tapping music and fantastic bonus features, consumers can take home two of Disney’s beloved “tails.” The Fox and the Hound and The Fox and the Hound 2, 2-Movie Collection features both movies in a single 3-Disc Blu-ray Combo Pack. This release provides families with the value, versatility and opportunity to enjoy their favorite movies how they want, when they want and on the entertainment platform of choice – whether it’s in the home, on a portable device and/or in the car.
I can’t remember watching The Fox and The Hound before now. I knew what it was about, but I didn’t remember how sad some parts were. I love how the fox and the hound because the best of friends even though they weren’t supposed to be, but of course trouble happened. The hound decided he could no longer be the foxes friend. The trouble was so bad that the lady who owned the fox returned him to the woods where he belonged. That made me cry. The kids loved watching The Fox and The Hound.
Now the Fox and The Hound 2 that was even more of an enjoyment for the kids. They laughed the whole time they watched it. In The Fox and the Hound 2, music takes center stage as Tod contemplates joining up with “The Singin’ Strays,” a group of harmonizing dogs appearing at the local county fair but dreaming of hitting the big time at the Grand OleOpry. While Tod does his best to fit in with his new friends, Copper finds himself relegated to “roadie,” a position he begins to resent. With the encouragement of Dixie, the “diva” of “The Singin” Strays,” Copper manages to sabotage an important audition. The next day, their differences forgotten, Copper and Tod team up and, using Copper’s superior tracking skills, they locate the Grand Ole Opry talent scout who signs “The Singin’ Strays” (minus Tod, who chooses his friendship with Copper over fame) on the spot.
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