• WARPED TRIVIA
Amos Slade is one of few animated Disney villains to have a redemption are, rather than die in an accident or at the hand of the film's protagonist.
Slade first appears as a cantankerous, vengeful animal trapper in "The
Fox and the Hound" (1981) and re-appears in its sequel as comic relief.
Voiced by Jack Albertson, who is remembered as Grandpa Joe in "Willy
Wonka & the Chocolate Factory" (1971) and "The Poseidon Adventure"
The
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    • This scene... I just realized there was no music during this situation like every tense scene usually has. This was just pure suspension, this was emotion in silence... This scene made me love this movie even more!
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    • damn the lack of sound really adds to an already amazing scene
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    • Such an amazing movie. I'm so glad they decided to not put any cheesy sad strings over this scene. Silences was the best choice
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    • Imagine tryna eat and yo dog getting in the way
      KlowNJ420 22 oct
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    • When it repeated i thought his ass jus juked the dog out
      blm6969 22 oct
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    • The thing is that most hunters have deep respect and care for nature and conservation, calling them evil is just wrong on so many levels.
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    • Those expressions though! You KNOW there's like 5,000 thoughts going through his head in that scene, he went through every stage of grief silently in his own head.
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    • Literally my favorite movie as a kid .. still noons me when Todd is set off in the woods
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    • Movie fucked with me as a kid
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    • This is kinda misleading because the "sequel" was made 25 years after the original and takes place while Todd and Copper are still young. Amos Slade goes to noon Todd after the events of the "sequel". He's just the comic relief because they made it extra kid friendly for 2005.
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    • I loved this movie
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    • This is a good movie.
      Farengar 22 oct
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    • Fuck I grew up with this movie and the 1973 Robin Hood. I didn't know the movies were that old when I watched them. I only saw more recent Disney movies much later in my life
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    • Saw Sword in the Stone when I was little. No joke, the female squirrel was kind of attractive. Too many attractive female animal characters when I was a kid. Minerva Mink, cheetara, SWAT Kat chicks, Fifi La fume, Gadget hackwrench, Rebecca Cunningham, Sunni Gummy, Jenny, mrs. Brisby, Sally Acorn
      LexxsH 23 oct
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    • Never seen it. Wonder if I should.
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    • When movies didn't force gays and female empowerment into them :/.
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    • This was my favorite movie as a kid. It doesn’t get the same recognition as other lower quality Disney movies.
      _Godless 23 oct
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    • Fucking love this movie, but the part with the bear scared me as a kid
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    • You may not want to read the original story then.
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    • I forgot what this was called I wanna watch it again
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    • I never understood the movie's ending till now.
      KnockOut 22 oct
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    • If he shot the dog I would have a heart attack
      llamasboi 23 oct
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    • We need to bring movies like these back
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    • He wasn't a villain. Just a hunter.
      war4567 22 oct
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    • That movie made me cry
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    • What a hidden memory. I remember seeing this for the first time as a little kid and being in the edge of my seat. Everyone gets to go home, and we had awesome character development that felt earned. Absolute gem
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    • Tempestt 22 oct
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    • God I’m nearly crying from this scene alone
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    • Most disney movies didn't make cry as a kid I rewatched it and I still didn't cry but I did appreciate the movie more better
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    • How many Disney movies have a fox as the main character
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    • This movie is fantastic
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    • The other villain to get a redemption arc is Long John Silver of Treasure Planet
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    • This movie is the reason my dogs name is copper. Amazing movie, makes me cry every time.
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    • The part at the end of the first movie where it shows them old and enemies while they remember their promises to stay friends forever hurt me as a child
      lord_wah 22 oct
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    • Grandpa Joe can suck a dick
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    • This is a great movie. The old lady is a true Saint. She was so lonely but loved the fox so much, She released He needed to be out in the wild with his own kind instead of being locked up inside. He didn't want to leave her though & it was so sad.
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    • God Disney movies used to be so good
      Fucksauce 25 oct
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    • theres a SEQUAL?!
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    • Now THIS is an underrated Disney movie, not that Atlantis bullshit
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    • I'm mentioning no sound during scene good.... gimme tc
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    • Dude this movie makes me cry every time I cant handle it 😭😭
      Octopuppy 24 oct
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    • Fuck that movie.. Makes me cry every damn time
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    • This movie had me on the verge of tears when the grandma had to leave him in the forest.
      Cleverbit 24 oct
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    • I can’t handle this movie man
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    • “We’ll be friends forever won’t we?” “Yeah, forever.”
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    • This movie still makes me cry
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    • This movie was the movie my mom and me would watch as a kid. I watched a lot of Disney movies like toy story and peter pan and mary poppins but this is the one that my mom and me had as our special movie. Really good memories
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    • I mean, I know why we don’t get films like this anymore, but why don’t we get films like this anymore
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    • This does out a smile on my face
      theryguy 23 oct
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    • I rewatched the fox and the hound this past summer, for the first the first time in several years. Fuck man, this movie broke me so bad. One of my all-time favorites
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    • Reasons like this are why I wanna make movies.
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    • Disney is so brutal. In Mulan dude got blown up. Tarzan Clayton hung himself and Beast straight up murdered Gaston .
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    • It would be cool if instead of sparing the fox, he got his payback buy railing the fox and then the movie ends.
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    • buddahboy this is my fav movie😭
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    • God why’d y’all have to bring back the tears?
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    • Hands down the saddest Disney movie
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    • Back when animated movies had good villains
      Drakay 23 oct
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    • He wasn't really a villan. His farm was (as he saw it) being attacked by a varmint putting his livestock in danger. The fox also injured his dog Any farmer/trapper will tell you they would of also shot the fox. He's a man protecting his livelihood and property
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    • Phexal 23 oct
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    • When it looped back I thought they guy turned around real fast to get the shot in.
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    • Can someone provide context for who have not watched it
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    • back when people who made movies and wrote stories actually made real characters with depth flaws and complexity and didn’t make every single fucking character a quirky one note socio-political message.
      MrSweeps 23 oct
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    • That is some quality facial expression animation
      glossy 23 oct
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    • And this is why the fox and the hound was, is, and probably always will be my favorite classic movie. Well can't say probably since Disney has only been shoving shit out for years now
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    • Maybe if some of the Disney movie villains weren't nooned off in the original the sequel would've been better, like mulan or lion king
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    • The book this film was based on is depressing af
      4138 23 oct
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    • Fuck Grandpa Joe
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    • This movie formed my respect for animals, a classic
      2mad 22 oct
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    • Is it bad that I still have this in vhs
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    • The Fox and The Hound is such an underrated movie
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    • I always liked that movie growing up
      manw0lfz 22 oct
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    • I’m a grown man and this movie makes me cry every time
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    • I'm not gonna lie. This scene has made me cry a little. I once pretended to go to the bathroom so I could get myself together and not cry in front of my daughter and (wife at the time). It's the greatest act of love known as "the sacrifice."
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    • I cant watch this movie without crying.
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    • I've always thought since a young age that Burt Reynolds would've been a perfect fit for him if they ever did a live action remake
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    • DANG IT, COPPER!
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    • like I always say, don't befriend your food
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    • Whats wrong with hunting of trapping fox
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    • Best movie ever! I'm not crying you're crying!
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    • BANDIT JOIN THE GODDAM CATUSCULT
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    • I never thought of that
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    • This movie was an emotional roller coaster but I love it so much
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    • The fox and the hound is one of the first movies that actually made me cry, and probably still would
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    • Fox and the hound was almost the saddest movie disney made
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    • The loop doe. I thought he just fucked the dog and said “I HEARD THAT YA UGLY FUCK”
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    • Fox and the Hound is big sad.
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    • Dog just looks at him like, Cmon nigga you know better
      Mordec00L 26 oct
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    • When slade spoke I really heard it in a sing song voice and it was only the lyrics to "I've got a golden ticket"
      NickGor 26 oct
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    • The next hunter to come along
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    • The Fox and The Hound is literally the first movie that ever made me cry. I was like 5 or 6 lol I'm 25 and it still gets me in my feels. Especially when she drops Todd off in the forrest 😔
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    • Disney’s older movies were ruthless. Especially if you were a young kid
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    • I still remember he stepped in his own bear trap
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    • Disney is why PETA and vegetarian pussies exist. Probably furries too.
      RedDirt 25 oct
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    • That guy sounds like he has a golden ticket
      brz33 25 oct
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    • I don't recall Jack Albertson playing Grandpa Joe in the Poseidon Adventure...
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    • The subtlety in the movements is something you rarely see in animation anymore, an obvious exception being Primal
      OB1Kenobi 25 oct
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    • It’s a loop
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    • The silence is fucking heart wrenching
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    • Fox and The Hound was a beautiful film
      morpmorph 25 oct
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    • She dont sleep and she dont play
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