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. Eric Porter, Jeremy Kemp, Bill Travers. When you hunt The Belstone Fox you hunt his way!. The Belstone Fox is a British film directed by James Hill, and based on David Rook's novel. Contents. 1 Plot; 2 Cast; 3 Critical reception; 4 DVD Plot - Critical reception - DVD version. Asher, a professional hunter finds Tag, an orphaned fox cub, who he raises with a litter of foxhound puppies. The little fox, Tag strikes up a.
'70s drama about fox-dog friendship has very intense scenes. Read Common Sense Media's The Belstone Fox review, age rating, and parents guide. 1 Sep - 1 min - Uploaded by Network Distributing Order now on DVD: hauke-s.com Order now on Blu-ray: hauke-s.com ZdhKbr Combining. 21 Oct - 3 min Asher, a professional hunter finds Tag, an orphaned fox cub, who he raises with a litter of.
Nice guys finish last is the moral of this workmanlike adaptation of David Rook's novel Ballad of the Belstone Fox. Eric Porter is the huntsman who adopts an. Find The Belstone Fox [Region 2] at hauke-s.com Movies & TV, home of thousands of titles on DVD and Blu-ray. The Belstone Fox has 15 ratings and 4 reviews. Simon said: Unusual for a book that is regarded as a children's book in that it hasn't got any children in. Synopsis. Asher Smith is an ageing hunter who takes pity on a tiny, orphaned fox cub, and brings him up alongside his own hounds used in fox hunting.