I don’t remember much from this trailer they used to show on Cartoon Network (back when Cartoon Network actually was still Cartoon Network).
Anyway, all I can remember is that it was live-action, in color, one minute, a boy in the woods saw a fox and said with a smile on his face: “Hello, Fox (or Foxworth/Foxwood/Foxford not sure)” before moving along, and then, the next minute, the fox suddenly yet surprisingly spoke back: “Hello, boy.” in a rather ALMOST deep voice but with an intimidating tone and a smile on his face, which somehow shocked and surprised the boy afterwards.
4 thoughts on “Boy meets talking fox”
If it was live action, how did they render speech in the fox? Would you say CGI, puppetry, animatronics, etc.? Did they use a real fox?
Was it a scene from the movie being advertised or a Cartoon Network show? I ask this because Cartoon Network used to make live action promos for their animated series quite often.
How frequently did you see it? I ask this because movies would usually only be advertised for about a week before being shown.
Also, why are you certain it was on Cartoon Network?
Sometimes people’s minds get mixed up over the years since they’ve seen what they’re looking for. Those were all good suggestions. I was thinking they were thinking of either Zootopia or Fantastic Mr. Fox.
Fantastic Mr. Fox trailer:
What I just mentioned took place in the 2000’s WAY before any of the movies you have just suggested actually existed at all.
I think CGI and a real fox.
No, it wasn’t a movie scene being advertised or a CN show.
I can’t remember how frequently did I see it.
I’m certain it was on Cartoon Network because I used to watch Cartoon Network all the time as a kid and then they would put trailers of movies coming soon on different non-Cartoon Network movie channels when taking a break before the next Cartoon Network show came up.