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White Fang 2: Myth of the White Wolf (1994)

In order to save one of the last Alaskin native tribes, Fang bands together with a friend of his master to stop miners from destroying a sacred land.

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Henry Casey
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Lily Joseph
Al Harrington ...
Moses Joseph
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Peter (as Anthony Michael Ruivivar)
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Katrin
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Adam John Hale
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Heath
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Lloyd Halverson
Woodrow W. Morrison ...
Bad Dog
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Leon
Nathan Young ...
One Ear
Charles Natkong Sr. ...
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Edward Davis ...
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Byron Chief-Moon ...
Matthew (as Byron Chief Moon)
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In order to save one of the last Alaskin native tribes, Fang bands together with a friend of his master to stop miners from destroying a sacred land.

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An Ancient Myth. A Land of Mystery. An Extraordinary Adventure.

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Rated PG for mild action violence | See all certifications »
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15 April 1994 (USA)  »

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$8,878,839 (USA)
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Feature directorial debut of Ken Olin. See more »

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Featured in Hollywood vs. Religion (1994) See more »

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Official sequel as spectacular and amusing as the original
3 January 2006 | by See all my reviews

The picture is following-up to White Fang , in fact starts with Jack ( Ethan Hawke ) writing a letter to his friend Harry ( Scott Bairstow ) , the new starring . Then it begins the adventures of a boy and his adopted wolf-dog called White Fang for its white and sharp tooth . They survive a wild streams river because of the canoe has sunk when they are going to Dawson city . After that , they meet a Haida Indian tribe where he knows an orphan Indian ( Craig ) whose parents have dead by white men ills . Later on , Harry helps solve a caribou mystery but the tribe is starving and needs meat. He struggles a malicious reverend ( Alfred Molina ) and a villainous ( Geoffrey Lewis ).

The film is loosely based on the novel by Jack London , though differs significantly from the book but this is an invented version , however remains the essential elements as the young-dog friendship , the gold rush , spectacular outdoors and locations and several moving scenes . In addition , there are a brief exploration about Native American way of life with their rites , customs , ceremonies , superstitions, mythologies and religion with their Totems and Gods . The film is set in Klondike -Yukon territory- on the end XIX century but was filmed in sensational scenarios and marvelous landscapes located in British Columbia and Colorado State . The movie is a feast for the eyes and ears that captures the adventure feeling as few others have ever done and similarly to original film . It's a correct sequel that maintains the charm and magic of the previous film but still makes for decent kiddies amusement. Evocative and stunning direction musical by John Debney ( Sin City ) . The motion picture is simply told and eloquently narrated by the director Ken Olin ( usually actor and occasional filmmaker ) . This agreeable film is entertaining , bemusing and wholesome . Rating : acceptable and passable.


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