Jack London may not be spinning in his grave, but he's probably twitching a little. In this insipid sequel, a cuddly Disney version of London's wolf-dog hero saves an Indian tribe from starvation and plays matchmaker between his master and an Indian princess.
In a prologue, Jack from the first film (Ethan Hawke, in an unbilled cameo) writes a letter to his gold mining partner, Henry Casey (Scott Bairstow). Jack explains that he's remaining in San Francisco to help friends rebuild their hotel following the 1906 earthquake. In the Alaska wilderness,
Henry sets out from camp with White Fang, intending to deposit a cache of gold dust in town. At the same time, Lil...