Articles about: “The Little Foxes”

Directed by William Wyler, produced by Samuel Goldwyn, and written by Lillian Hellman. Starring Bette Davis, Herbert Marshall, Teresa WrightDan Dureya, and Patricia Collinge. RKO, 1941.

In Production: 04/28/41—07/03/41
Released: 08/29/41

Domestic Earnings: $1,317,000
Foreign Earnings: $850,000
Total Earnings: $2,167,000

Buy it on: DVD

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