Three fox fables

United States, 1948

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This film brings to life on the screen three of the immortal tales of Aesop. The fox is seen in his encounters with a crow and a piece of cheese; with a stork; and with the proverbial bunch of grapes. The photography of these animals is the result of more than a year’s patient work by Lynwood Chase, well-known American naturalist and photographer.



Grace Storm

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Encyclopaedia Britannica Films






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