Fox Pop
Fox Pop
Directed By: Chuck Jones
Produced By: Leon Schlesinger
Released: September 5, 1942
Series: Merrie Melodies
Animation: Robert Canon
Ken Harris (uncredited)
Rudy Larriva (uncredited)
Ben Washam (uncredited)
Layouts: John McGrew (uncredited)
Backgrounds: Gene Fleury (uncredited)
Film Editor: Treg Brown (uncredited)
Voiced By: Mel Blanc
Robert C. Bruce
Tedd Pierce
Frank Graham
Music: Carl W. Stalling
Starring: Fox
Preceded By: The Impatient Patient
Succeeded By: The Dover Boys
Fox Pop - Warner Brothers Cartoon (1942)

Fox Pop - Warner Brothers Cartoon (1942)

LOONEY TUNES (Looney Toons)- Fox Pop (1942) (Remastered) (HD 1080p)

LOONEY TUNES (Looney Toons)- Fox Pop (1942) (Remastered) (HD 1080p)

Looney Tunes - Fox Pop JTI HD (Schlesinger)

Looney Tunes - Fox Pop JTI HD (Schlesinger)

EU dubbed version

Fox Pop is a 1942 Merrie Melodies short directed by Chuck Jones.


A fox makes a monumental error when he hears that silver foxes are highly prized, not realizing that only the skin is prized, not the fox it's attached to after hearing a commercial on the radio in a cabin while foraging in the trash alley. After an awful experience at the fox farm, the fox secretly steals the radio from the cabin (without being noticed by the owner), grabs an axe and destroys it. Two crows who see his actions, at first think the fox is crazy until the fox tells the whole story. The crows, understanding what the fox has been through, proceed to join the fox in destroying the radio.


  • In real life, silver foxes are melanistic forms of actual red foxes, and they have a darker grey fur as opposed to this cartoon which depicted silver foxes with genuine silver-colored fur.
  • The cartoon fell into the public domain in 1971 when United Artists, the successor to AAP, failed to renew the copyright in time.
  • The dubbed version is on the DVD Kings Row, but the unrestored a.a.p. version is on LaserDisc (and also airs on Cartoon Network and Boomerang in Latin America and Tooncast), both which can be found on many YouTube videos.
  • The EU dubbed version has the wrong dubbed ending card. The same thing happens on the EU prints of "Hobo Gadget Band", "I Only Have Eyes for You", and "A Feud There Was". The USA dubbed version, however, retains the 1947-1948 MM dubbed ending card, while the European dubbed version uses the 1937-38 MM dubbed ending card and also replaces the original ending music with the 1938-41 rendition of MWRA.


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