The Tale of the Fox (Le Roman de Renard)
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The Tale of the Fox (Le Roman de Renard)
The film for this rare full-length animated feature was fully developed and shot by 1930 - just when sound was beginning to be heard in movies. It was made by the nearly legendary animator Ladislas Starevich, a Russian-born Pole who worked almost exclusively in France; this was his only full-length feature. The original plan was for it to be shown with a coordinated soundtrack played on records, but technology outpaced those plans, and the film was put in storage until several years later. In 1939, the cartoon characters were given voices by well-known French actors, a musical score was… More

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"One of the greatest animated films ever created."
‑ Michael W. Phillips, Jr., Goatdog's Movies
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