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FANTASTIC MR. FOX (110) 2009 Animated Film
  • Airlines
    • Bean Air
      • The Bean Air helicopter pilot spots Mr. Fox and Kylie riding the stolen motorcycle with sidecar on Farm Lane 7, before being called back to pick up Bean.
  • Automotive Services
    • Paddington Automotive
      • The station wagon parked over the manhole cover trapping the animals is out in front of Paddington Automotive.
    • Paddington Cycles
      • Store where Mr. Fox and Kylie steal a motorcycle with sidecar. "A division of Paddington Automotive"
  • Awards
    • Most Valuable Whack-bat Player Of The Fox-year
      • Award that Mr. Fox won.
  • Bakeries
    • Sweetings Bakery
      • Bakery where the farmers lie in wait with guns for their ambush.
  • Banks
    • World Traveler Titanium Card
      • Kylie Sven Opossum's credit card (Valid from 10/06, Valid until 10/10), which Mr. Fox uses to break into the Bean Annex while rescuing Kristofferson.
  • Bars and Night Clubs
    • Nag's Head Pub
      • Pub where the farmers lie in wait with guns for their ambush.
  • Beverages
    • Apple Juice
      • Generic drink product at the grocery store.
    • Energy Quench
      • No description available
    • Grape Juice
      • Generic drink product at the grocery store.
  • Beverages-Alcohol
    • Bean's Alcoholic Cider
      • Frank Bean is a turkey and apple farmer. He invented his own species of each. He lives on a liquid diet of strong alcoholic cider, which he makes from his apples. He's as skinny as a pencil, as smart as a whip, and possibly the scariest man currently living.
  • Books-Cookbooks
    • Jungle Spices
      • Book next to the TV on the shelf in the Bean family kitchen.
    • Kitchen First Aid: Burns, Blisters And Puncture Wounds
      • Book next to the TV on the shelf in the Bean family kitchen.
    • Your English Kitchen
      • When Ash and Kristofferson break into the Bean house looking for Mr. Fox's tail, they find a dish of Mrs. Bean's Famous Nutmeg Ginger Apple Snaps sitting on top of a book on the kitchen counter.
  • Books-Instructional
    • A Guide To Field Dressing
      • Book next to the TV on the shelf in the Bean family kitchen.
  • Books-Reference
    • Great Harrowsford Phone Book
      • Duck and goose farmer Nate Bunce sits on phone books to eat at his kitchen table.
    • Windermere & Lesser Eton Valley Phonebook
      • Duck and goose farmer Nate Bunce sits on phone books to eat at his kitchen table.
  • Breakfast Cereal
    • Warthog’s Toasted Corn Flakes
      • Breakfast cereal visible in farmer Bean’s kitchen when his son watches him on TV.
  • Chips and Crackers
    • Goose Crackles
      • Snack food sold at the grocery store.
  • Cities and Towns
    • Great Harrowsford
      • Setting for the film.
    • Windermere
      • Duck and goose farmer Nate Bunce sits on phone books to eat at his kitchen table - one titled “Great Harrowsford”, and one titled “Windermere & Lesser Eton Valley”.
  • Classes, Measurements and Types
    • Fox-hour
      • When the farmers come for them, the Fox family digs for one fox-hour.
    • Fox-Week
      • Title card: "THREE DAYS LATER (2 1/2 FOX-WEEKS)"
    • Fox-year
      • According to the title card after Mr. and Mrs. Fox are trapped on Berk's Squab Farm, which reads "TWO YEARS LATER", 2 years = 12 fox-years, so 1 year = 6 fox-years.
  • Cleaning Products
    • Mega Soap Detergent
      • Box Mr Fox stands on to give his final toast in the grocery store
  • Clocks and Watches
    • Checkerton Perpetual
      • Wrist watch brand, one of the animal's watches that gets synchronized before they put their rescue plan into action.
    • Digital-Math
      • Wrist watch brand, one of the animal's watches that gets synchronized before they put their rescue plan into action.
    • Field Accurate
      • Wrist watch brand.
    • Time-Date
      • Wrist watch brand, one of the animal's watches that gets synchronized before they put their rescue plan into action.
  • Clothing Stores
    • Ferguson Cobblers
      • Cobbler shop near Paddington Automotive, outside of which is the station wagon parked over the manhole cover.
  • Comic Books
    • White Cape
      • Ash's favorite comic book superhero.
    • White Cape Vs. The Black Dog
      • Ash's favorite comic book superhero.
  • Construction Companies
    • Malloy Consolidated
      • Boggis, Bunce and Bean call Malloy Consolidated to place an order for construction equipment to dig up Mr. Fox's tree - one Mighty Max, one Junior Spitfire and a long range Tornado 375 Turbo for immediate delivery.
    • Nelson Squirrel
      • builders and landscape designer
  • Counties and States
    • Lesser Eton Valley
      • Duck and goose farmer Nate Bunce sits on phone books to eat at his kitchen table - one titled “Great Harrowsford”, and one titled “Windermere & Lesser Eton Valley”.
  • Dates
    • July 20, 2004
      • Date of Birth for one of Mr. Boggis' beagle security dogs, seen on National Health Service Medical Card in Mr. Fox's master plan file folder.
    • May 5, 2008
      • Date of the Gazette newspaper that Mr. Fox reads.
    • May 6, 2008
      • Ash's cousin Kristofferson visits the Fox family.
    • June 12, 2008
      • Date on Mr. Fox's master plan file folder.
    • June 19, 2008
      • Mr. Fox opens a file during his master plan presentation to Kylie, containing a City of Great Harrowsford complaint form that was filed by B.E. Jones, a resident living on Lewis Street, on June 19, 2008, regarding an incident in front of the Little Theatre on Duke Street.
  • Electronics-Audio and Video
    • Dicta-sonic
      • Dictation machine on Badger's desk.
    • Tape-Sonic
      • Mr. Fox's tape recorder.
    • Walk-Sonic
      • Mr. Fox's portable radio, which he uses to provide background music for his toast - the second version of hit toast, anyway.
  • Farms
    • Bean Farm
      • Frank Bean is a turkey and apple farmer. He invented his own species of each. He lives on a liquid diet of strong alcoholic cider, which he makes from his apples. He's as skinny as a pencil, as smart as a whip, and possibly the scariest man currently living.
    • Berk's Squab Farm
      • The scenic route the Mr. & Mrs Fox take home in the opening scene, and then get captured. A squab is like a pigeon, Mr. Fox supposes.
    • Boggis Farm
      • Walt Boggis is a chicken farmer, probably the most successful in the world. He weighs the same as a young rhinoceros. He eats three chickens every day, for breakfast, lunch, supper and dessert. That's twelve in total per diem.
    • Bunce Farm
      • Nate Bunce is a duck and goose farmer. He's approximately the size of a pot-bellied dwarf, and his chin would be underwater in the shallow end of any swimming pool on the planet. His food is homemade donuts with smashed-up goose livers injected into them.
  • Food
    • Berk Squab Jerkey
      • Snack food sold at the grocery store.
    • Cockscomb Jelly
      • Condiment seen on the Fox family's kitchen table.
    • Flour
      • Generic flour visible in farmer Bean’s kitchen when his son watches him on TV.
    • Fried Squab Giblets
      • snack food at the grocery store
    • Gosling Jam
      • Condiment seen on the Fox family's kitchen table.
    • Minnow Biscuits
      • snack food at the grocery store
    • Mrs. Bean's Famous Nutmeg Ginger Apple Snaps
      • Dish sitting on the counter when Ash and Kristofferson break into the Bean house looking for Mr. Fox's tail. The recipe published on the Fox Searchlight website for the film was provided by chef Mario Batali who voices Rabbit
  • Forests
    • Sheepshanks Forest
      • Forest on Mr. Fox's map when's he's explaining his master plan to Badger.
  • Fruits and Vegetables
    • Bean Red Remarkable Enhanced Cider Apples
      • Apples used to make Bean's Alcoholic Cider. Kristofferson is being held captive inside a crate with this label.
  • Government Entities and Agencies/Bureaus/Councils
    • Great Harrowsford Executive Council
      • Local government listed on documents in Mr. Fox's Master Plan file.
  • Grocery Stores
    • Boggis Bunce & Bean International Supermarkets
      • Grocery store where the animals end up in at the end of the movie.
  • Halls, Opera Houses and Theaters
    • Little Theatre
      • Mr. Fox opens a file during his master plan presentation to Kylie, containing a City of Great Harrowsford complaint form that was filed by B.E. Jones, a resident living on Lewis Street, on June 19, 2008, regarding an incident in front of the Little Theatre on Duke Street. Later, during the battle, some of the animals' fire pinecone grenades land on the roof of the theatre.
  • Hardware and Tools
    • Klubeck Nitro-plus No. 2
      • Boggis, Bunce and Bean use the G.I.K. Explosives company's Klubeck Nitro-plus no. 2 dynamite to blow up the Fox family's tree.
  • Home Maintenance Services
    • Bradley Squirrel
      • Electrician.
  • Laundry, Dry Cleaning and Tailoring
    • St. John's Coin-op Laundry
      • Laundromat where the TV crew waits for the action to start.
  • Legal Services
    • Badger, Beaver & Beaver
      • Attorneys at law. Badger is Mr. Fox's friend and attorney that advises him not to buy the tree.
  • Magazine and Newspaper Columns
    • Fox About Town With Mr. Fox
      • Mr Fox's newspaper column in The Gazette newspaper.
    • Fox On The Prowl With Fantastic Mr. Fox
      • Mr. Fox's new newspaper column.
  • Magazines-Sports
    • Alpine Climber
      • Magazine that the guard reads at the Bunce farm.
  • Manufacturing Companies
    • G.I.K. Co. Explosives
      • Boggis, Bunce and Bean use the G.I.K. Explosives company's Klubeck Nitro-plus no. 2 dynamite to blow up the Fox family's tree.
  • Medicine Products
    • Phenomoxylcarbobubytol
      • Mr. Bean's rabid beagle Spitz's chronic rabies medicine."Take with Meat / Do not operate heavy machinery"
    • Tranquilizing Dust
      • Mr. Fox’s master plan involves lacing blueberries with 10mg of high potency sleeping powder (enough to tranquilize a gorilla), sealing them back up using Waco Stick brand of glue, and tossing them into Boggis’ farm to put his beagles to sleep.
  • Methods, Procedures and Techniques
    • Cyclone Chop
      • Karate move that Kristofferson teaches Ash when Ash comes to rescue him.
  • Moving, Delivery, Shipping and Storage
    • Jimmy Squirrel
      • Removers/storers.
    • Yamamoto Courier
      • The ransom note for Kristofferson comes in a Yamamoto Courier envelope.
  • Natural Areas
    • Bunce Moore
      • Moore on Mr. Fox's map when's he's explaining his master plan to Badger.
  • Newspapers
    • The Gazette
      • The name of the newspaper for which Mr. Fox writes a column.
  • Office Products
    • Wacko Stick
      • Mr. Fox’s master plan involves lacing blueberries with 10mg of high potency sleeping powder (enough to tranquilize a gorilla), sealing them back up using Waco Stick brand of glue, and tossing them into Boggis’ farm to put his beagles to sleep.
  • Pest Control Products
    • Butler & Son Wild Animal Destruction
      • Trap that Mr and Mrs Fox get caught in while sneaking through Berk's Squab Farm.
  • Private Detective Services
    • Dutronc Detective
      • This sign, seen during the town battle scene, is the same shape and neon style as a well-known sign in Paris, "Duluc Détective".
  • Programs and Projects
    • Master Plan
      • Mr. Fox's plan that he explains to Kylie.
    • Master Plan B
      • Mr. Fox's revised now rescue plan, when his nephew is abducted by the farmers.
  • Quotes
    • Ash
      • Ash: There's a lot of attitudes going on around here... don't let me get one.
      • Ash: Hot box!
      • Ash: I weigh less than a slice of bread.
    • Badger
      • Badger: All right. Walt Boggis is a chicken farmer, probably the most successful in the world. He weighs the same as a young rhinoceros. He eats three chickens every day for breakfast, lunch, supper, and dessert. That's twelve in total per diem. Nate Bunce is a duck and goose farmer. He's approximately the size of a pot-bellied dwarf, and his chin would be underwater in the shallow end of any swimming pool on the planet. His food is home-made donuts with mashed up goose livers injected into them. Frank Bean is a turkey and apple farmer. He invented his own species of each. He lives on a liquid diet of strong alcoholic cider, which he makes from his apples. He's as skinny as a pencil, as smart as a whip, and possibly the scariest man currently living.
    • Coach Skip
      • Coach Skip: Basically, there's three grabbers, three taggers, five twig runners, and a player at Whackbat. Center tagger lights a pine cone and chucks it over the basket and the whack-batter tries to hit the cedar stick off the cross rock. Then the twig runners dash back and forth until the pine cone burns out and the umpire calls hotbox. Finally, you count up however many score-downs it adds up to and divide that by nine.
    • Franklin Bean
      • Franklin Bean: That's just weak songwriting. You wrote a bad song, Petey!
    • Mr. Fox
      • Mr. Fox: Now I've already had too much to drink, and I'm feeling sentimental, but I'm going to say something anyway, which nobody wants to admit, but I think is probably true: we beat 'em. We beat those farmers, and now we're triumphantly eating their roasted chicken, their sizzling duck, their succulent turkey, their foie gras de... Where did the boys go?
      • Mr. Fox: I also see a room full of wild animals. Wild animals, with true natures and pure talents. Wild animals with scientific-sounding Latin names that mean something about our DNA. Wild animals each with his own strengths and weaknesses due to his or her species.
      • Mr. Fox: They say all foxes are slightly allergic to linoleum, but it's cool to the paw - try it. They say my tail needs to be dry cleaned twice a month, but now it's fully detachable - see? They say our tree may never grow back, but one day, something will. Yes, these crackles are made of synthetic goose and these giblets come from artificial squab and even these apples look fake - but at least they've got stars on them. I guess my point is, we'll eat tonight, and we'll eat together. And even in this not particularly flattering light, you are without a doubt the five and a half most wonderful wild animals I've ever met in my life. So let's raise our boxes - to our survival.
      • Mr. Fox: That was pure wild animal craziness.
      • Mr. Fox: Redemption? Sure. But in the end, he's just another dead rat in a garbage pail behind a Chinese restaurant.
      • Mr. Fox: Anyway, I think it may very well be all the beautiful differences among us that might just give us the tiniest glimmer of a chance of saving my nephew, and letting me make it up to you for getting us into this, this crazy... whatever it is. I don't know. It's just a thought. Thank you for listening. Cheers, everyone.
      • Mr. Fox: Your tractors uprooted my tree. Your posse hunted my family. Your gunmen kidnapped my nephew. Your rat insulted my wife - and you shot off my tail. I'm not leaving here without that necktie.
      • Mr. Fox: Honey, I am seven non-fox years old. My father died at seven and a half. I don't want to live in a hole anymore, and I'm going to do something about it.
      • Mr. Fox: In a way, I'm almost glad that flood interrupted us because I don't like the toast I was giving. I'm gonna start over.
      • Mr. Fox: When I look down this table, with the exquisite feast set before us, I see: two terrific lawyers, a skilled pediatrician, a wonderful chef, a savvy real estate agent, an excellent tailor, a crack accountant, a gifted musician, pretty good minnow fisherman, and possibly the best landscape painter working on the scene today. Maybe a few of you might even read my column from time to time, Who knows? I tend to doubt it.
  • Realty Services
    • Stan Weasel
      • Mr. Fox's friend and realtor.
  • Recipes
    • Banana Peel Split
      • Recipe in the Gazette next to Mr. Fox’s new column Fox on the Prowl.
  • Restaurants-Seafood
    • Sushi Isami
      • Restaurant visible during the town battle scene.
  • Sports
    • Whack-bat
      • Baseball-like sport played in the world of Mr. Fox.
  • Sports Teams-Baseball
    • The Wild English Wolves
      • baseball team mentioned in Mr Fox's newspaper column
  • Thoroughfares-Lanes
    • Farm Lane 7
      • The Bean Air helicopter pilot spots Mr. Fox and Kylie riding the stolen motorcycle with sidecar on Farm Lane 7.
  • Thoroughfares-Streets
    • Duke Street
      • Mr. Fox opens a file during his master plan presentation to Kylie, containing a City of Great Harrowsford complaint form that was filed by B.E. Jones, a resident living on Lewis Street, on June 19, 2008, regarding an incident in front of the Little Theatre on Duke Street.
    • Lewis St
      • Mr. Fox opens a file during his master plan presentation to Kylie, containing a City of Great Harrowsford complaint form that was filed by B.E. Jones, a resident living on Lewis Street, on June 19, 2008, regarding an incident in front of the Little Theatre on Duke Street.
  • Travel Agencies
    • Harrison Travel
      • Travel agency where the farmers lie in wait with guns for their ambush.
  • Trivia
  • TV Stations-Numbers
    • Channel 12
      • TV station with local news program Action News, a.k.a. Action 12. Featuring Dan Peabody.
  • Vehicle Models
    • Junior Spitfire
      • Boggis, Bunce and Bean call Malloy Consolidated to place an order for construction equipment tractors to dig up Mr. Fox's tree - one Mighty Max, one Junior Spitfire and a long range Tornado 375 Turbo for immediate delivery.
    • Mighty Max
      • Boggis, Bunce and Bean call Malloy Consolidated to place an order for construction equipment tractors to dig up Mr. Fox's tree - one Mighty Max, one Junior Spitfire and a long range Tornado 375 Turbo for immediate delivery.
    • Torpedo 375 Tubro
      • Boggis, Bunce and Bean call Malloy Consolidated to place an order for construction equipment tractors to dig up Mr. Fox's tree - one Mighty Max, one Junior Spitfire and a long range Tornado 375 Turbo for immediate delivery.
  • Water
    • Goose Creek
      • Creek on Mr. Fox's map when's he's explaining his master plan to Badger.

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