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"After the Fox" is a 1966 British-Italian comedy film starring Peter Sellers and directed by Vittorio De Sica. The screenplay is in English, by Neil Simon and De Sica's longtime collaborator Cesare Zavattini.
- also known as Caccia alla volpe
- countries: Italy, United Kingdom
- languages: English Language, Italian Language
- producer: John Bryan
- production design by Mario Garbuglia
- written by Neil Simon & Cesare Zavattini
- based on a story by Neil Simon
- cinematography by Leonida Barboni
- edited by Russell Lloyd
- music by Burt Bacharach, Piero Piccioni
- costume design by Piero Tosi
- genres: Crime Fiction, Farce, Comedy
- released on (49 years ago)
"After the Fox" is a musical album of Burt Bacharach, soundtrack.
- also known as After the Fox Soundtrack
- released in (50 years ago)
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Encyclopaedia Britannica (1810)
Or a Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and Miscellaneous Litterature
coney-burrows, after the fox, &c. TERRITORY, in geography, denotes an extent or compass of land, within the bounds or belonging to the jurisdiction of any state, city, or other subdivision ©f ». country. TERROR. See Fear and Fiught.
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