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As a kid,'Balto'was among definitely the cartoons, which I used to be ready to look at over and over again, admiring the leading character, a half-wolf who saved an entire town of Alaska from an awful epidemic. I watched animated Balto (1995) movie on #link# free online.

Later, I found that this legendary story draws on real events that happened in winter of 1925. movie review But in fact, Balto was a typical husky, although he did give the medicine to Noom, having traveled many kilometers inside a severe blizzard. movies plot Why was everything done somewhat differently through the cartoon? To have the plot seem more interesting for kids, or ...

Such thoughts started include me quite recently, when I accidentally reviewed the well-known and beloved Soviet cartoon'The Dog in Boots '. And ... I came across in him significant similarities with'Balto ': a mongrel dog, despised from the majority, goes to handle a dangerous mission together with three friends (Balto even offers three of those: Boris the goose and 2 bear cubs), and he is doing it not really in the interest of people, etc., but also for the happiness of his beloved (for Balto, this really is Jena - a purebred husky). Additionally, he's an opponent who is going to prevent him from performing at any cost. Right seem like anything? Honestly: in'Balto'there may be obviously any good scene when Steele (his very enemy) won't attack the opponent himself, but lets his friends on him, to ensure'his paws don't get dirty '. And here is what is every bit as important: if at the beginning of the trail each of the four are together, then, due to the circumstances, Balto continues his difficult path on his own, as befits an accurate'Lone Wolf '.

In the long run, not surprisingly, Balto succeeds: he offers the medicine promptly, gets a hero and finds the love of the gorgeous Jena ... And it is wonderful: I always smiled when I watched this touching moment. However, now ... Well, maybe I read Dumas novels, but ... I believe, this cartoon can be a little copied from The Dog in Boots, which, you will find, parodies The Three Musketeers. However, this does not prevent me from firmly delivering this masterpiece

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