A house dog is abducted and brought to the north as a sled dog.
Jack London's epic saga of gold fever, romance and adventure.
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Did You Know?
In his autobiography "The Actor's Life - Journals 1956-1976", Charlton Heston
wrote, "We're faced with the endless problems of organization, personnel, dogs, publicity . . . I fear I've fallen in with amateurs and con men. This had not been a picture really but a production deal, patched together with incredible adroitness and negotiating skill--and no filmmaking talent whatsoever." See more
You hit that dog one more time, I'm gonna kill ya.
Go to hell! He's mine and I'll do what I like with him.
I shot four varmints already this morning. One more don't matter none to me.