Doctor De Soto (K)

United States, 1984

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Doctor De Soto, a mouse dentist, refuses to treat animals that are “dangerous” to mice, until one day a fox shows up writhing in pain from a toothache. How Doctor De Soto and his assistant, Mrs De Soto, “outfox the fox” is a humorous story.

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Credits

director

Michael Sporn

producer

Morton Schindel

production company

Weston Woods Studios

Duration

00:10:00:00

Production places
United States
Production dates
1984

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