The Little Fox

1981 film by Attila Dargay

The Little Fox, known in Hungary as Vuk, is a 1981 Hungarian animated film produced by Pannónia Filmstúdió, based on the novel Vuk by István Fekete. The film is directed by Attila Dargay and written by Attila Dargay, István Imre, Ede Tarbay, and Magyar Televízió, the Hungarian national public service television company, owned by the Government of Hungary and launched in 1981.

Directed by Attila Dargay. Screenplay by Attila Dargay, István Imre and Ede Tarbay.

DialogueEdit

Young Vuk: Am I stupid, Karak?
Karak: No you are not Vuk. You just don't know enough, yet.

Voice CastEdit

  • József Gyabronka as Vuk
    • Judit Pogány as Young Vuk
  • Teri Földi as Íny
  • Gyula Szabó as Kag
  • László Csákányi as Karak
  • Erzsébet Kútvölgyi as Fox girl
  • Tibor Bitskey as Narrator
  • Róbert Koltai as Simabõrû the Hunter

English versionEdit

  • Steven R. Weber as Adult Vic
  • John Bellucci as Vic's Father, Narrator
  • Anne Costello as Vic's mother, Additional Voices
  • William Kiehl as Karak
  • Les Marshak as Additional Voices
  • Lucy Martin as Foxy
  • Peter Newman as Additional Voices
  • George Gonneau as Chester the Hunter
  • Maia Danziger as Additional Voices
  • Ira Lewis as Additional Voices

See alsoEdit

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