The Call of the Wild

  • The Call of the Wild

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    Buck was stolen from his peaceful life in the sun-kissed valley of Santa Clara and carried away to the rough northern gold mining country where he had many masters.

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  • In the end, he would leave the world of humans and become a master himself, a master of the wolves of the wild North country.

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    Buck was born to an easy life at the home of a wealthy judge in a sunny valley.

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    Judge Miller

    “You’re the ruler of my estate, Buck.

  • Bigger than your St. Bernard father, smarter than your mother, Shep.”

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    Judge Miller´s Children

    “It´s our turn Daddy.”

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    Judge Miller

    “I’ll always trust Buck when he’s with you.

  • He’s a gentleman...and he would protect you with his life!”

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    Gentle and protective with the Judge’s children, Buck walked with his head high among the other animals, for he was king over all things at Judge Miller’s.

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    In the fall of 1897, the Klondike gold strike dragged men from all over the world into the frozen North of Canada.

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  • Searching in the Northern darkness for gold, men wanted dogs...heavy dogs with strong muscles for work, and with furry coats for warmth.

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    Stranger 1

    “I don’t care how you get it, but find me a dog!

  • A big one who can work and pull his weight.