Upon moving into the run-down Spiderwick Estate with their mother, twin brothers Jared and Simon Grace, along with their sister Mallory, find themselves pulled into an alternate world full of faeries and other creatures.
Grey Beaver is reluctantly trades his loyal wolf-dog, White Fang, in exchange for gold. The dog's new owner is an evil man who cages and torments White Fang so as to transform him into a hateful fighting dog.
The history of the wild wolf, who picked up the boy and raised an Indian. After falling to the evil man - the owner of the bar, White Fang turned into a ferocious evil beast, coming out ... See full summary »
When a teenage boy is torn from his friends and city surroundings by his family's move to the country, he's convinced his life is at an end. In fact, it is a new beginning. For there he is befriended by a wild but magnificent dog, a wolf-husky mix named White Fang. As the boy helps the dog regain his trust in man, the dog rewards him with uncompromising loyalty, devotion and bravery. Soon inseparable, the two share exciting adventures as the boy adapts to his new life in the country and overcomes the challenges of growing up. Written by
Forget the other reviews, this show is great... because it's HORRIBLE.
If you're looking for a good laugh, pick this show up because it's ridiculously horrible that you and your family will spend some wholesome time making fun of this show. It's good for all ages and all ages will agree, this show is rubbish. It's predictable, has horrible acting, particularly the lead who is twenty-six playing a fourteen year old, totally 80's music for a show from the early 90's, and has scenes that are completely out of context with the rest of the episodes.
"The Dog really is the best actor." "They boy actor is as old as his parents." Ah forget it, it's a really bad show. If you're desperate for a bad laugh, get this show. It'll make you laugh, but only because of how bad it is.
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