Eye Of the Wolf , is another good canadian film that never got dicovered, even though it was brought out by Vidmark. OK , the film looks a little old , and isn't very clear . But that gives it that old time western early 1900's look (since it was set in 1912). I particulary enjoyed this mix of "Call Of The Wild" , and "White Fang" .
Jeff Fahey stars as a government zooligist who studies in the Canadian north mountains and is currently studing the wolf. In his voyage he stumbles across a dead canadian mountie and a couragious wolf standing guard over it. Paul (Fahey) brings the wolf to the nearest wolf , where a young woman , played by the unknown Sophie Duez takes him with her . But on a trip with her husband , they happen to cross paths with the murder of the mountie . A rotten looking thief named McCready , who is played by the familiar but anonymous Aron Tager. Who unsuccessfully tries to rob them. But the story goes on as they and the wolf later meet up with zooligist , Paul . who studies Kazan (the wolf) and his life cycle. I wouldn't want to spoil it for you. since there is plenty more that goes on in the film.
A great plot , a great wolf actor , and Canada meet up with Jeff Fahey , Sophie Duez , Vlasta Vrana and villains Lorne Brass , and Aron Tager in "Eye Of The Wolf".
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