Item description for Kavik the Wolf Dog by Ronny Cox, Linda Sorenson, Andrew Ian McMillan, Chris Wiggins, John Ireland & Peter Carter...
A boy's affection for a magnificent wolf dog that was injured in an airplane accident grows as he nurses the animal back to health. Unfortunately, the dog's owner later appears, and demands the return of his pet.
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Actors: Ronny Cox, Linda Sorenson, Andrew Ian McMillan, Chris Wiggins, John Ireland
Directors: Peter Carter
Format: Color, DVD, NTSC
Region Code: 1 (USA & Canada Only)
Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Studio: Good Times Video
Running Time: 98.00 minutes
Record Label Good Times Video
Format Color / DVD / NTSC
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.1" Width: 5.42" Height: 0.58" Weight: 0.18 lbs.
Binding DVD Video
Release Date Feb 28, 2004
Publisher EMI- CMG DISTRIBUTION #36
ISBN 0012267368 ISBN13 0018713810618 UPC 018713810618
Availability 0 units.
More About Ronny Cox, Linda Sorenson, Andrew Ian McMillan, Chris Wiggins, John Ireland & Peter Carter
With a career that spans over a hundred and twenty-five films and television shows, Ronny Cox is often ironically identified with the villains he has played in movies like TOTAL RECALL, ROBOCOP and the ruthless politician in the hit science fiction TV series STARGATE. Ronny's first film ... his first time acting in front of a camera was as the guitarist in the famous "dueling banjos" scene in the Warner Bros. hit movie DELIVERANCE.
Reviews - What do customers think about Kavik the Wolf Dog?
kavik the wolf dog Nov 10, 2006
this is one of the best movies i have seen in a long time and it is a must have for the entire family. a very moving film , and true story .i give this film a rating of five stars!!!!!!
dog overcomes dog Feb 23, 2006
kavik lacked self confidence and it showed in his conduct. Out of nesessity he overcame his fear and became a great dog.
A very pleasant movie Jul 17, 2005
As a dog lover I always enjoyed this movie on VHS, and now with a DVD I can see all the details and clarity of picture the old VHS formats sure lacked!
Contrary to the previous reviewer who claimed his DVD picture was full of "dirt" and more, I can't help notice he only paid $4.99 and probably got a bootlegged copy or used copy of questionable origins, or his own machine was going bad. Mine had no such problems and the quality is good so make of it as you will.
Terrible DVD Quality! May 25, 2004
I purchased this dvd at a Best Buy store for $4.99, and after watching a few minutes of it, realized I wasted my money. There is not a single time during the course of this movie that there isn't dirt, grain etc all over the picture. With the technology available today, this could be digitally remastered and cleaned up. Avoid this dvd at all costs! It's a shame it's a good movie and deserves a better edition. I will be very careful in the future when buying movies from Goodtimes entertainment.
Fine enough "Dog & Boy" story family viewing Aug 19, 1999
Kavik is a strong, intrepid championship sled-dog who barely survives a plane crash in Alaska, in which he is taken in by a little boy and is nursed back to health, although the crash tramatized him. Then Kavik's wealthy owner comes to take the dog back to Washington state, marking a heartbreaking departure from his one true friend. But once after being in Washington for a few days, Kavik makes a daring escape out from his owner's house, and makes a journey back to Alaska on his own for thousands of miles; embarking on a test of will and survival -- such a good strong plot on the classic "dog befriends boy" in cinema like "White Fang" and "Big Red". Will Kavik ever reunite with the boy he loves? Will he be able to survive the wilderness? Will he live and be OK? Just one big complaint: the story moves on in a very slow creeky pace -- even more so at the second half, and maybe Kavik should've encontered more dangers in the wild, but maybe that would've made the film too long. The acting is decent. And one would care about Kavik and his human child freind and their relationship. So it's much perfect veiwing for kids and adults. And, hey, the late John Candy has a cameo here as a gas attendant.