Slacker Jack Fremont is about to be evicted for skipping the rent, but CIA recruits him due to his vast knowledge of TV shows to stop an ex KGB spy who'll nuke L.A. unless the popular US TV shows he created incognito finally credit him.

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Michael Berns
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Cast

Credited cast:
Timothy Bottoms ... Frank
George Lazenby ... Chauncey
Rob Lowe ... Edison Pettibone
Lewis Arquette ... The Wolf
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Andrew Bowen ... Jack Fremont
Don Morrow Don Morrow ... The Fox
Jeff Rector ... Alan
Jerry Rector ... Allen
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Slacker Jack Fremont is about to be evicted for skipping the rent, but CIA recruits him due to his vast knowledge of TV shows to stop an ex KGB spy who'll nuke L.A. unless the popular US TV shows he created incognito finally credit him.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 August 1996 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Fox Hunt See more »

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3 Vision Games See more »
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Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Just like a movie but don't just sit there!
21 March 2018 | by HarryLagsSee all my reviews

PC System REVIEW for Fox Hunt! Fox hunt is a Full Motion Video Game, where you can click around the screen in First person, trying to solve puzzles.The first person stuff blends really well with the FMV and the story.Also, there are moments in the game were you have to shoot and fight to get your way through things.

The gameplay of this game is varied. In some places the player character explores rooms and finds objects, and in others he enters fighting and action sequences. There is time limit in many of these sequences. A red box in the corner of the screen informs the player when they need to take action during a quick time event.

It looks just like a movie but don't just sit there! You've got to observe. Think. Act. And watch your back- every moment, every move. How it all ends- and there are 10 possibilities- is entirely up to you. So you see, it's not just your movie- it's your move.

Conclusion - Fox Hunt is an interactive movie that merits more than a showing or two. It's silly and amusing but surprisingly well developed and fun to play."

Rated this 8/10


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