White Fang

White Fang
White Fang




104 minutes





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The friendship between a boy and a dog is at the heart of this thrilling adventure yarn, set in the frozen wilds of Alaska at the time of the "gold rush" in the 1890s. The boy is Jack Conroy, a young prospector looking for gold like everyone else in the state at the time - and the hound is "White Fang", a half-dog, half-wolf, who has been mistreated all his life. But although Jack rescues the dog-wolf on this occasion, the time will come when his faithful companion gets the chance to repay the debt. This is a well-made and ultimately very moving story.

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Contains mild bad language and violence.

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