I actually have two copies of this movie, both in separate Balto Double Features. But I rarely watch it simply because I love the original the most because everything about it is physically better. BUT after watching Wolf Quest again for the first time in quite a while, I will say this is one of the best Direct-To-Store sequels I've ever watched right up there with The Lion King: Simba's Pride.
What I like the most is the message it wants to convey which is actually very unique for a straight-to-store movie that one would assume is aimed completely at young children. It's a story...
Sorry this took so long. I thought I was going into Chapter five where Balto's pups are all grown again but then I just remembered where Chapter four left off with Balto catching his daughter with a male puppy and they have "THE Talk." Well, why don't we see how that talk went in this bit. I don't own Universal Studios.
Away from the town of Nome, on the deck of his shipwreck, The Great Balto paced the floors back and forth waiting for the right thing to say to his daughter, who was sitting patiently on an old crate. Finally he stopped pacing and turned to face her....
This is the last flashback chapter. The first time Saba and Iron will sing together. Balto and Saba have "The Talk." You'll have to see the end of this. I don't own Universal Studios.
Iron was all but too thrilled with what had just happened. Balto's daughter, Saba had asked him to meet back up with her the tomorrow at high noon for a singing session. To young Iron however, it may as well have been a date.
This was it. The chance of his life to spend just a little time with the girl of his dreams, he was going to make his move. Suddenly, Iron realized he overlooked...
This takes place after Wings of Change. I don't own the films. This will focus on Saba.
It's was another winter in Nome, Alaska. Children were running in their coats playing with their dogs, on a snow covered beach were three red adult Alaskan Husky-Wolf hybrids. A large male named Dingo, a slender female named Saba, and a another male named Dakota, whose red coat went through the bridge of his nose.
"Cold air we have today." Dingo sniffed.
"Dingo baby." Saba laughed. "This is Alaska. Snow, Sun, rain, or shine, the air is always cold.
did anyone notice that there was a mistakes in balto 2? aleu in the adoption scene was colored redlike her brothers and sisters then in another scene back to her true color. then there is jenna that i have cirlced iside her ears are black then they turn back to her true right color. in the next scene . then there is the mistake when aleu was just a baby she had jenna's marking then when she grew up she had balto's markings i circled that mistake.also could this be on purpose was alue ment to look lke jenna not balto ? color and and all? or was she supposed to look like blato with jenna...
A/N This is my first Balto fanfiction. I decided to do a fanfic about Mel and Dipsy the two dogs introduced in Balto 3: Wings of Change. I was sort of wondering why no one made a fanfic out of this two. So here it is. It takes place a week or two after the third film. This first chapter may seem lacking but I guarantee it'll get better . Enjoy.
Chapter 1: A Love Not Yet Recognized
In a general store in Nome, a plump dog named Dipsy was eating beef jerky. She normally stole some from the supplies, but she would at least give them to her friends...well sometimes. Once...