The Man, the Snake and the Fox

The Man, the Snake and the Fox

| 11 min

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In this film, a traditional Ojibwa legend about a hungry hunter, a huge snake and a wily fox is told to a group of children. Played by puppets, the characters assume increasingly human characteristics, ultimately delivering this moral: do not make promises you cannot keep.

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The Man, the Snake and the Fox, Tony Snowsill, provided by the National Film Board of Canada

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  • director
    Tony Snowsill
  • producer
    Tony Snowsill
  • script
    Basil Johnston
  • camera
    M. Jackson-Samuels
  • sound
    Peter Shewchuk
    Terry Cooke
  • editing
    Christine Welsh

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