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Soviet animated series of shorts about little fox and his father. Notable for its Magical Realism, and even with anthropomorphic animals as main characters notwithstanding, it still features talking and interacting with an invisible echo, time traveling by following a paper plane made of old newspaper, a crow borrowing you his wings and so on. Works really well as a representation of childhood where everything goes.
Gets a little sad at times.
Were adapted after fairy tales by Igor Fabarzhevich. Out of eight shorts, three are available with english subtitles on Youtube:
Not to be confused with Vuk, the little fox.
Little Fox provides examples of:
- Identical Grandson
- Invisible to Adults: Old Echo
- Set Right What Once Went Wrong: Butterfly short
- Time Travel
- Verbal Tic: Crow and his "if you know what i mean". Has no relation to Western If You Know What I Mean because 1) there is no Double Entendre 2) it is just one word in Russian.