White Fang 2: Myth of the White Wolf


White Fang 2: Myth of the White Wolf

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This Disney outdoor adventure is the sequel to it's 1992 hit White Fang. It bears no resemblance to the Jack London story as it follows the adventures of a young prospector who finds himself considered the human incarnation of a powerful Indian spirit because of his association with the half-wolf, half-dog White Fang. The tale begins in the Alaska wilderness with Henry Casey and Fang working Jack Conroy's mine. While paddling upstream to stock-up on supplies, the boat carrying Fang and Henry capsizes. They are separated. Henry is saved from drowning by Lily Joseph, a Haida Indian princess. She believes him to be the wolf spirit her uncle dreamed about. He is named White wolf. Henry protests, trying to explain that Fang was just a pet, but the clan leader Moses Joseph is not dissuaded and hopes that Henry will fulfill his destiny by helping the starving group find the caribou who have changed their feeding grounds and left the area. Enter White Fang, who after spending time with real wolves, returns to find the caribou while Henry discovers a treacherous plot, fights back, and falls in love with Lily.

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  • Jun 16, 2008
    Good Movie, I liked the 1st one much better
    Amanda . Super Reviewer
  • Oct 18, 2007
    Disney filmed its version of the Jack London story in 1991 and followed with this sequel four years later. Besides the presence of a dog named White Fang and its setting in the Alaska Gold Rush days, the story bears no resemblance to London's original story. Jack Conroy (Ethan Hawke), the hero of the first Disney film, has bequeathed his gold mine and the wild wolf-dog White Fang to young Henry Casey (Scott Barstow). The boy and dog thwart a would-be thief and decide to take their gold to San Francisco. While rafting to the nearest town, they capsize, lose their gold, and are separated. Lily (Charmaine Craig), a young Indian princess, rescues Henry from the rapids. She, along with her tribal chief Moses (Al Harrington) and his followers, believes that Henry is the reincarnation of a great spirit wolf who will help the Haida tribe find the Great Caribou. Henry and Lily fall in love, and Henry sets out to find the legendary Caribou who will save the tribe from extinction. Television actor Ken Olin made his directorial debut with this family fable.
    Martin D Super Reviewer

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