Balto II: Wolf Quest (2002)

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The heroic half-dog/half-wolf returns to guide his children through difficult circumstances of their own in this direct-to-video sequel to the 1995 animated hit Balto. Sled dog Balto (voice of Maurice LaMarche) is now the father of a pack of cubs; one of his offspring, Aleu (voice of Lacey Chabert), looks more like a wolf than her bothers and sisters, who look much more like ordinary dogs. Aleu is troubled by her differences from the rest of the litter, and becomes even more upset when her siblings are adopted by humans and she is not. Feeling as if she's been shunned as an outsider, Aleu runs away to learn more about the wolves from which she has descended; Balto, who has had a series of troubling dreams, is certain a cruel fate awaits Aleu, and he sets out to find her. Balto II: Wolf Quest also features the voice talents of Mark Hammil, Peter MacNicol, and David Carradine.
Rating:
G
Genre:
Action & Adventure , Animation , Kids & Family
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Studio:
MCA Universal Home Video

Cast

Jodi Benson
as Jenna
David Carradine
as Nava the Wolf Shaman
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Critic Reviews for Balto II: Wolf Quest

All Critics (1)

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April 25, 2002
Apollo Guide

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April 25, 2002
Reel.com

Audience Reviews for Balto II: Wolf Quest

should've stayed at one! this one is worse than the first! this is a REALLY BIG rip off of the lion king 2 1.Father has daughter 2.daughter runs away because of father 3.daughter seems to HATE father 4.almost has the SAME EXACT SAYING AS "We are all part of the circle of life" 5.on the front cover Balto and his daughter Aleu are standing on a rock,WHICH ALMOST EXACTLY LOOKS LIKE "PRIDE ROCK" FROM "THE LION KING 1 AND 2" Also Jenna looks like a BOY now

S. S.
S. S.
½

I like how they continue Balto's story with his children and this father daughter thing was pretty cute. But, the story wasn't consistent enough with me. Seemed like the movie didn't know what character's story to focus on at times. The animation wasn't so appealing either. It's a charming film, but just another try at making money off of a first successful film.

Christal  Jewel
Christal Jewel

This film keeps up the Balto spirit from the first film, while adding some charm that was somehow lacking. Overall an enjoyable view.

Jack Sauder
Jack Sauder

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