Fairytale hero invariably enters into a combat against evil, not forgiving his enemies. A fairytale is never limited to censure. It is easy to say - "This is bad", but you teach how to make it "good"! And the power of the fairy tale is that it invariably shows: when you sow good - you'll reap happiness; when you sow wind - you'll reap whirlwind! Mr. Fox is on a par with such stories as "The White Dove", "Bluebeard" and "Fitcher's Bird". This fairy tale tells the story of a noble but cruel man possessed by lust for murder o young girls or wives, which were too curious. The culmination of these tales is expressed in attempts of the heroine to avoid the fate of her predecessors. In the tale Mr. Fox Lady Mary becomes a witness of the case when her future husband drags a young rich girl by force in the castle and kills her. She also has found a room full of blood and female corpses. The next day she accuses the groom of murders, presenting the strong evidence - the chopped arm of yesterday victim...