Quote1.png I guess that's my trouble... I'm not foxy enough! That's it! why didn't I think of it before! Quote2.png
-- The Fox

Appearing in "Rang-A-Tang"Edit

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Rang-A-Tang

Appearing in "Hercules"Edit

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Hercules

Appearing in "Gypsy Johnson"Edit

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Gypsy Johnson

Appearing in "Origin of the Fox"Edit

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  • The Fox (First appearance) (Origin revealed)

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  • The Night Riders (Single appearance)[1]
    • Cooper (Single appearance)[1]
    • Ham Jones (Single appearance)[1]
    • Ox Hiller (Single appearance)[1]
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Synopsis for "Origin of the Fox"Edit

Paul Patton, The Daily Globe staff photographer, and reporter Ruth Ransom head to West Virginia to get the scoop on the notorious Night Riders gang. When they get off the train, Ruth leaves in a taxi for the hotel, and Paul is kidnapped by the hoods and taken to a lonely country road. After whipping Paul, they leave him unconscious in the woods. The next morning, he wakes up and climbs aboard a New York-bound freight train. When he stumbles into the office, his editor shouts at him to head back and take some photos for the paper. That night, while sulking, he hits on an idea on how he can "out fox" other reporters by designing a costume where he can hide his "Syncro-Flash Automatic Camera." He drives back to West Virginia to confront the Night Riders, again. Now dressed as the Fox, he goes back to the lonely road and finds Ruth Ransom and a sheriff being tied up and ready to be whipped by the gang. He leaps into action and the thugs stand paralyzed as the Fox's camera clicks away. He grabs Ruth, and the ringleader, and takes them downtown. There, the townspeople round up a posse and go after the other gang members. Later in the office, Paul brings in his pictures for the late night edition.

Appearing in "Corporal Collins"Edit

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Corporal James Collins

Appearing in "Ty-Gor"Edit

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Ty-Gor

Appearing in "Doc Strong"Edit

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Doc Strong

Appearing in "Loop Logan: Air Ace"Edit

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Loop Logan: Air Ace

Appearing in "Green Falcon"Edit

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  • Green Falcon

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Green Falcon

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  • Paul's pictures are printed in the Wednesday, April 16, 1940 edition of The Daily Globe.

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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks
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