The Little Foxes

The Little Foxes (1941)

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Since Horace won't give Regina the money she needs, Regina's nephew Leo steals Horace's negotiable bonds (about $75,000 pounds) from Horace's bank. But when Reginia tries to blackmail Horace, he then claims the money is a gift to them. Furious, Regina withholds Horace's medication knowing he will die without it. Horace dies. Regina then forces her brothers to give her two-thirds of their business. Her daughter finds out what has happened and along with Sam, leaves Regina.

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