The Fox Overview:

The Fox (1967) was a Drama - Romance Film directed by Mark Rydell and produced by Raymond Stross and Steve Broidy.

Academy Awards 1968 --- Ceremony Number 41 (source: AMPAS)

AwardRecipientResult
Best Music - ScoringLalo SchifrinNominated
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Peter Sellers and Neil Simon? It's After the Fox!

By Rick29 on Apr 27, 2020 From Classic Film & TV Cafe

The Fox masquerades as a director. Imagine Peter Sellers starring in a comedy written by Neil Simon and directed by Vittorio De Sica (Bicycle Thieves)! A talented trio, to be sure--but also a seemingly unlikely one. And yet they teamed up in 1966 to make the Italian comedy After the Fox. It's almo... Read full article


Oh MoMA, some finds from the Fox

By carole_and_co on Feb 19, 2019 From Carole & Co.

As "Fox" fades out of sight as a film studio where Carole Lombard worked (she's seen above with Warner Baxter in 1930's "The Arizona Kid"), there's good news for fans of the fabled studio whose cinematic assets are headed to Disney. Alas, Lombard -- who made several silents for Fox in 1925, then ret... Read full article


Will the Fox guard the TCM henhouse?

By vp19 on Jul 17, 2014 From Carole & Co.

This still of Carole Lombard with Warner Baxter from "The Arizona Kid" in 1930 is more or less the last time Lombard was associated with the Fox studio. But thanks to the machinations of the telecommunications industry, that soon may change.The Rupert Murdoch-owned conglomerate now known as 21st Cen... Read full article


"Strictly Dishonorable," or The Fox and the Hound

By David on Oct 30, 2013 From The Man on the Flying Trapeze

Preston Sturges's "Strictly Dishonorable" is a story about love, honor, happiness and the relative merits of living in West Orange, New Jersey. The play had been a hit on Broadway, and Universal bought the rights for a then-unprecedented $125,000 -- not bad for something that Sturges wrote in six d... Read full article


"Strictly Dishonorable," or The Fox and the Hound

By David on Oct 30, 2013 From The Man on the Flying Trapeze

Preston Sturges's "Strictly Dishonorable" is a story about love, honor, happiness and the relative merits of living in West Orange, New Jersey. The play had been a hit on Broadway, and Universal bought the rights for a then-unprecedented $125,000 -- not bad for something that Sturges wrote in six d... Read full article


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Quotes from

Paul Renfield: Maybe you need a man around the place... make things more efficient.
Ellen March: It isn't a question of efficiency. We just don't believe in working that hard.
Paul Renfield: Why did you start?
Jill Banford: Oh... um... The good life, independence, and that sort of thing...
Paul Renfield: Tell me. Have you ever tried talking to them?
Jill Banford: To...?
Paul Renfield: The chickens. Grandpa did it all the time. He used to go out there and he'd have a real heart-to-heart with them about how they weren't doing well by him, and how he's spending good money for feed. And the next morning there'd be eggs all over the place.
Jill Banford: Are you serious?
Paul Renfield: Honestly. At least a dozen eggs a day. Not only that, you could get them any way you wanted them - easy over, poached, scrambled, sunny-side-up...


Paul Renfield: How come you've never married? You're not bad looking... You've never had a man. That's your problem.


[repeated line]
Jill Banford: Oh March, you're terrible!


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