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Notice that Mr. Fox is leaned and rotated back a little bit from Mr. The two beds from page 15 on the book were taken and put into a blue and white background on this video.
Notice that the the term "TICK" appears 6 times flying across the head of the bed instead of the word "TICK" appearing on the left and right side of the book as the six sick bricks with faces are sleeping same for the 6 sick chicks. Notice that the foot of the bed post from the bed that the six sick bricks were sleeping in, has been taken from that bed and put onto the six sick chick's bed but is a few times a little smaller.
On page on the video on the book, Mr. Knox is 2 steps closer to Mr. On page 18 on the video of the book as the scene changed, Mr Fox is rotated faced up as if he is standing straight up in the video instead of leaning back like he was in the book. The rest of Mr. Knox's ears were drawn and painted in this scene due to being cut from the page. On page 19 on the video of the book, the camera glides in pointing at an all green background as Sue comes in the picture.
On page on the video of the book. Fox and Knox are closer 3 steps to Sue sewing her socks but are both moved down a tad bit then the Fox's hand points at Mr. On page 22 on the video of the book, Slow Joe Crow flies in the scene but his wings are not flapping but instead he glide's into the scene down the hill. Due to the background sky being yellow and white page 22 in the book it was all yellow in the video.
On page 23 on the video of the book, notice that some thread is missing and flying up from Sue's needle. Due to the background sky being yellow and white page 23 in the book it was all yellow in the video but some white is shown on the left side. Sue and Joe Crow seem to be standing on another hill in this scene. Notice the small change on the thread from their clothes. Sue and Mr. Fox are taken from page 24 and put into page 23 as Sue and Joe from page 23 fade away.
The thread from Fox's left sock is erased. On page 25 of the video of the book, due to Joe Crow's hat being cut from this page, the editors used the top of his hat from page 23 to be put into this scene.
Notice the thread from Knox's left arm its drawn thicker in the video.
Knox's ear is drawn and painted in. On page of the video of the book, Notice that some hair has been taken and added to Sue's head due to being cut from the page in the book. The parts of the rose grow and phase into how it normally was in the book as the story on this page goes on.
Fox is 5 steps closer to Knox, Joe, and Sue at the thread is shortened. On page on the video of the book, Slow Joe Crow from page 26 is seen on Knox's back without the hose on his beak, you will see him being pushed away as he phases from one place to another going back then the layers of Joe Crow switches to the layer where he falls back going away as his hat falls off.
Fox is 3 steps closer to Mr. Knox as he talks to him about how much he hates the sewing tongue twister game. On page on the video of the book the rest of the scenery behind Knox and Fox has been drawn and colored in as the camera surpasses them. Also, the tree on the right side of the page screen has been filled in so fourth as the scenery on that side and below where more blue goo is shown.
Then the goo from the tree branches on the right is stretching and bouncing up and down. On page on the video of the book, the Goo-Goose mouth is closed not showing any teeth like he did in the book.
The Goo-Goose then opens his mouth and shows his teeth opening and closing as he chews the goo a few times. The hill that Knox and Mr. Fox are sitting on has been moved up and shifted closer to the Goo-Goose in this video. On page on the video of the book, Mr Knox's head flips horizontal as he shakes his head in terms of his way of saying "No". The rest of the Goo-Goose's hand and beak is drawn and colored in due to being cut from the page in the book.
More of the black grass has been added behind them. The Goo-Goose and the rock stump he is standing on has been moved to the right. More blue goo has been added to the scenery again and the hill that Mr. Fox is stepping on is lowered. On page 36 on the video of the book two anthropomorphic cats named Bim and Ben appear without brooms until the term "broom" is mentioned as they then come near each other with the brooms in hand.
Notice that the top of Mr. Knox's head was cut off in the book so the editors filled that part in drawing the rest of his ears and head, but his head looks still looks kinda flat. The orange wall has been stretched and more of the orange wall has been added on the left side behind Mr. On page, 37 on the video of the book, on the top of the page, the camera shows Ben bending a boom Bim gave him. Notice that Ben's left hand to the right side of the screen has been drawn and colored in due to being cut from the page in the book and he is standing on the line of the orange wall behind him.
The camera shows Bim bending a broom Ben gave him. Also, notice that Ben and Bim are 4 steps away from each other in the video instead of being close like they were in the book and the background behind Bim is all orange to the left.
When the narrator " Barton Heyman " voicing Mr. Fox says "Bim's bends", Bim is rotated to the left a little the second time he is seen bending the broom. On the same page but shown below of the next scene of this video, Their brooms are seen broken in two. Notice that Bim is rotated straight up and not leaning back to the left side like he was in the book, the rest of Ben's whiskers, elbow and broom are filled colored and drawn in the scene due to being cut from the page, thus the dialogue of the break lines of the brooms are erased and the background is all orange.
On page on the video of the book the dialogue lines of the noises being made have been erased. Look at Bim in the book and video. The pig holding a pink mallet, his backside is put from copied from a pig walking with bells. Fox and Knox do not appear in this scenery due to Knox being cut from the book but Fox's voice is heard narrating the page. The 3 pigs on the bottom with the bass drum are lifted up closer to the 5 pigs on top.
On page 40 on the video of the book, the green grass has been added to the scene covering the bottom of the hill.
Knox walking straight away on the grass leaving the band instead of walking down hill. Notice that you will see only one pig and a anthropomorphic cat that was with Bim or Ben in this scene but in the book, its two pigs with either Bim or Ben.
In the video, the first pig that was supposed to be standing on the other pig's bass drum on the it's head has been taken away from the scene and the rest of the bass drum on the second pig's head has been drawn in and painted. Fox from page 41 is in this scenery as well taking Knox somewhere else so page the scenery of page 41 is not shown in this video. On page 43 on the video of the book, Fox and Knox from page 42, do not appear in this scenery like they did in the book so page 42 was not used but the camera was focused on Luke and his duck instead.
The grassy hill Luke and his pet duck are both on has been lowered down some. As Luke is seen, His eyes appear to be opened looking at the lake and has the Duck appears his eyes are opened looking at the lake too and his mouth is closed as well. Luke and the duck both take turns licking the lake in between times as they close their eyes. They aren't licking the lake at the same time as they did in the book.
On page on the video of the book Mr. Knox is rotated down to the right and not up like he was in the book. The dialogue movement of his eyes and Mr. Fox hands are erased from this scene. Fox appears to be standing straight up behind a bush due to his lower half being cut from the bottom page of the book.
On page on the video of the book, everything is the same as it already was in the book. The camera just didn't zoom out enough to show the full scene During the time Mr.
Fox is talking about the free fleas sneezing, the cheese trees, the freezy breeze Knox. On page on the video of the book, some bushes have been drawn and colored in this scenery where you will then see Mr. Knox having a fit pouting. As Knox begins to pout, he is rotated in mid air and phases rotated up and phases again rotated down then he disappears as he replaces with himself from a recent scene in the book where his layer from page 42 that wasn't used earlier is seen covering his ears sitting down behind the grass.
Fox is lowered and moved to the right a little bit.
On the Dr. Seuss Presents Audio CD Series, the story was narrated by Marvin Miller read in both a normal-speed and a fast version. Occasionally the translator wrote a new tongue-twister to fit the existing artwork; the entire poem about the cheese trees, for instance, was replaced with an entirely new poem about an elephant who tripped and fell on his nose.
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