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The Tale of the Fox ( , ) was stop-motion animation pioneer Ladislas Starevich's first fully-animated feature film. It is based on the tales of Renard the Fox. Although the animation was finished in Parismarker after an 18-month period (1929-1930), there were major problems with adding a soundtrack to the film. Finally, funding was given for a German soundtrack by the Nazi regime (Goethe had written a classic version of the Renard legend) and this version had its premiere in Berlinmarker in April 1937. Released eight months before Disney's Snow White, it is the world's sixth-ever animated feature film (and the second to use puppet animation, following The New Gulliver from the USSRmarker).

The film was released in Francemarker with a French language soundtrack in 1941; this is the version which is currently available on DVD.

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Renard kneeling before the king and queen


In the kingdom of animals, the fox Renard is used to tricking and fooling everyone. Consequently, the King (a lion), receives more and more complaints. Finally, he orders Renard to be arrested and brought before the throne.

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