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Balto (1922–1933)

Siberian Husky who rose to fame as the lead sled dog in Gunnar Kaasen's team that arrived in Nome, Alaska, in early February of 1925, delivering vials of serum to the city, then stricken with a diphtheria epidemic. The call went out for the serum in January 1925 from Nome, where children were dying of diphtheria, and at the time, the only way to ... See full bio »

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(age 11) in Cleveland, Ohio, USA

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Known For

Smith's Restaurant Balto the Dog
(1928)
(1929)
The Chicken Balto - the Dog
(1928)

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 1933 The Fatal Glass of Beer (Short)
Siberian Husky (uncredited)
 1929 The Rodeo (Short)
Balto the Dog (uncredited)
 1929 Baby's Birthday (Short)
Balto
 1928 Smith's Catalina Rowboat Race (Short)
Balto
 1928 The Chicken (Short)
Balto - the Dog
 1928 Smith's Restaurant (Short)
Balto the Dog
 1928 Smith's Farm Days (Short)
Balto the Dog
 1928 Smith's Army Life (Short)
The Dog
 1928 Smith's Holiday (Short)
Dog (uncredited)
 1927 Smith's Modiste Shop (Short)
The Dog (uncredited)
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 2012 Icebound (Documentary)
Self
 1995 The Making of 'Balto' (Documentary short)
Self
 1925 Balto's Race to Nome (Documentary short)
Self
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