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August 27, 1999 | BILL DESOWITZ, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
"Dudley Do-Right" isn't the only popular Jay Ward creation coming to movie theaters today. Accompanying the Universal live-action comedy (starring Brendan Fraser as the dashing Royal Canadian mounted do-gooder) is a new animated short rescued from the files of "Fractured Fairy Tales." Which means "The Phox, the Box & the Lox" isn't altogether new.
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August 27, 1999 | BILL DESOWITZ, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
"Dudley Do-Right" isn't the only popular Jay Ward creation coming to movie theaters today. Accompanying the Universal live-action comedy (starring Brendan Fraser as the dashing Royal Canadian mounted do-gooder) is a new animated short rescued from the files of "Fractured Fairy Tales." Which means "The Phox, the Box & the Lox" isn't altogether new.
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June 4, 2011 | By Steven Zeitchik, Los Angeles Times
In the new movie "X-Men: First Class," a group of normal-looking people with some highly unusual traits wonder if the world will embrace them. The studio behind the film, 20th Century Fox, is facing a similar question. Although the fifth installment in the franchise about superhero mutants resembles many of Hollywood's summer offerings — a big-budget action movie based on a popular comic book series — the latest "X-Men" is a vastly different creature that presents some unique marketing challenges.
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