Zanna Bianca

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Zanna Bianca (Italy, Spain, France 1973 / Director: Lucio Fulci)

  • Runtime: 102 min
  • Release Date: 21.12.1973
  • Filming Locations: Austria

Also known as

White Fang (U.S.A.) | Wolfsblut (West Germany) | Colmillo Blanco (Spain) | Croc-blanc (France) | Wittand (Belgium) | Caninos Brancos (Brazil) | Valkoiset torahampaat (Finland) | Varghunden (Sweden) | Bílý tesák (Czechoslovakia)

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Franco Nero (Jason Scott), Carole André (Krista), Virna Lisi (Sister Evangelina), Fernando Rey (Father Oatley), John Steiner (Charles 'Beauty' Smith), Missaele (Mitsah), Raimund Harmstorf (Kurt Jansen), Daniel Martín (Charlie), Rik Battaglia (Jim Hall), Daniele Dublino (Chester), Maurice Poli (Mountie officer), John Bartha (crooked Mountie), Luigi Antonio Guerra, Carla Mancini
  • Also with: Renzo Pevarello (Smith henchman), Alfonso Giganti (Jake, barman), Massimo Ciprari (saloon patron), Maurizio Streccioni (saloon patron), Mirko Bajocchi (piano player), Nando Sarlo (saloon patron), Silvio Klein (saloon patron)
  • Story basis: Jack London (novel)
  • Screenplay: Guy Elmes, Roberto Gianviti, Thom Keyes, Piero Regnoli, Guillaume Roux, Harry Alan Towers (dialogue)[as Peter Welbeck]
  • Cinematography: Erico Menczer, Pablo Ripoll [Eastmancolor]
  • Music: Carlo Rustichelli


The wolf dog, White Fang, aids a young Indian boy and a journalist in cleaning up a Canadian town in the Klondike.


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