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Zanna Bianca e il cacciatore solitario (1975)

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A dog sled driver and a drunk join forces to protect a girl and her farm from an evil land baron.



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Complete credited cast:
Sandy Shaw (as Robert Wood)
Ignazio Spalla ...
Dollar (as Pedro Sanchez)
Malisa Longo ...
Franco Lantieri ...
Linda Sini ...
Massimo De Cecco ...
The Boy Johnny
Claudio Undari ...
Ferguson (as Robert Hundar)
Habbash ...
The Wolf-Dog
Bruno Arié ...
Visitor of the wedding ceremony
Calogero Caruana ...
(as Calgero Caruana)
Jean-Pierre Clarain
Guido Mariotti
Amedeo Timpani
Giovanni Ukmar


A dog sled driver and a drunk join forces to protect a girl and her farm from an evil land baron.

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Kung Fu Quality Italian - Canadian Adventure
29 March 2006 | by (Bothell, WA United States) – See all my reviews

Just viewed this with the intent of helping my boy do a book report on White Fang by Jack London. VHS jacket says "A boy and his dog in the wilds of Alaska", but the dog belongs to the hunter, and it's set in Canada, where the good guy sets off to deliver incriminating documents to the Mounties. I haven't read the book yet, but since the title dog does almost nothing except bite the bad guy, I suspect "based on the story by Jack London" means that the dog got his name from the book. Dubbing is terrible, music is silly and repetitive, reminds me of bad Kung Fu movie dubs, but scenery and costumes are OK. Does have a fake First People (that's Canadian for Indian) woman. They actually have a guy in snowshoes leading a dog sled through the snow and hike through snow covered mountains. The only clue that something is up is "directed by Alfonso Brescia", and a big credit at the end to some Italian guard dog training unit or something to that effect.

Wondered what IMDb had to say, and sure enough, it's an Italian stinker. I agree, if you want to expose your kids to a really hokey north-western, this it. Don't pay more than $1 if you find it in the video bin.

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