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The Fox is a canadien film of genre Drama directed by Mark Rydell released in USA on 7 february 1968 with Sandy Dennis

The Fox (1967)

The Fox
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Released in USA 7 february 1968
Length 1h51
Directed by
OriginCanada
Genres Drama,    Comedy,    Romance
Rating64% 3.2484653.2484653.2484653.2484653.248465

The Fox is a 1967 American drama film directed by Mark Rydell. The screenplay by Lewis John Carlino and Howard Koch is loosely based on the 1923 novella of the same title by D. H. Lawrence. The film marked Rydell's feature film directorial debut.

Synopsis

Jill Banford and Ellen March struggle to support themselves by raising chickens on an isolated farm in rural Canada. Dependent Jill tends to household chores and finances while the self-sufficient Ellen deals with heavier work, such as chopping wood, repairing fences, and stalking the fox that keeps raiding their coops, although she is hesitant about killing it. Jill seems content with their secluded existence, but the frustrated Ellen is less enchanted by the solitude.

Actors

Sandy Dennis

(Jill Banford)
Anne Heywood

(Ellen March)
Keir Dullea

(Paul Renfield)
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