I watched the Belstone fox recently ,I thought it was beautiful. But one thing that concerns me Were Any Animals Injures > And where is Tag now ? I'm sorry I Love animals and I when the movie finished I din't see No Animals Were Harmed , Please if anyone could help , This would stop me from worrry. Generally overall I found it to be very touching , greaqt acting all cast includiing Animals. I could not taake my eyes of the movie.It;s a great movie to unwind and relax. I thought the directing was well done and the chemistry between the cast was outstanding. I would definitely watch it again and even recommend it to those who just want a familoy moviem The scenery was outdtanding as it made me feel like I was actuall there.
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The Belstone Fox (1973)
The Belstone Fox is a movie starring Eric Porter, Jeremy Kemp, and Bill Travers. Based on the novel "The Ballad of the Belstone Fox", this heartwarming film chronicles the life of a fox much smarter than the dogs that hunt him. In...
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Based on the novel "The Ballad of the Belstone Fox", this heartwarming film chronicles the life of a fox much smarter than the dogs that hunt him. In fact, they never could catch him!
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Were the animals all right ?Reviewed byindieminorbird8Vote: 10/10
Just in case anyone gets the impression from the first review that this film is strictly for bunny-huggers, I copy in a comment from the Horse & Hound forum. My hunt (still hunting within the law) is arranging a viewing at the local cinema. So it apparently has broad appeal. Lest we forget, the only European leader to ban fox-hunting before Tony Blair was a vegetarian with a strange set of priorities (A. Hitler).
"This must be one of the best British films that covers the life of a hunt.I have seen it many times and the music and scenery are just beautiful..I read the book on which the film is based ,The ballad of the Belstone fox,by David Rook..it appears from the names given that the hunt is based on the Cottesmore hunt..or possibly the Belvoir..If you haven't seen it well worth getting a DVD or video as great film for fans of horses and hunting...I do seem to remember a few scenes that appear to be deleted or cut from the original film..perhaps you too may have noticed this..has the film been cut??TALLY HO"
Good to see Eric Porter, a very underrated actor, in the role as a gamekeeper, who puts his head in the noose, when he rears a tame fox. A 1970's film which reminded me of my country days, before things because a bit too sophisticated. Good film for a quiet hour or two. A very young-looking Dennis Waterman as a hunt assistant, before his break into the big time with John Thaw. One of these films hat you don't think-sounds very interesting, but when you sit down and get into it, you just need to see it to the ens. Jeremy Kemp as a rather worn out English country gentleman,is a pleasure to watch.I would recommend the film to anybody, I don't know how I miss it first time round.