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Drew Levin: "Filmography Call Of The Wild"

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posted on Oct, 8 2005 @ 01:25 AM

Drew Levin

: Executive Producer

"Call of the Wild" (2000) [TV-Series 2000-????]

Executive Producer: Drew Levin

Directed by:
Zale Dalen
Gary Harvey

Writing credits:
David Assael (writer)
David Fallon

Genre: Adventure

User Comments: An enjoyable adventure series for all! (more)

Executive Producer: Drew Levin
Credited cast:
Shane Meier .... Miles Challenger
Nick Mancuso .... John Thornton
Rachel Hayward .... Adoley Thornton
Kathleen Duborg .... Mercedes Levant
William MacDonald .... The Swede
Crystal Buble .... Emma
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Harvey Dumansky .... Harvey
Mark Hildreth .... Stanton
George Josef .... Blackie
Kavic .... Buck (2000- )
Grizz Salzl .... Jacob (as Alan Salzl)
French Tickner .... Edward
Frank C. Turner .... Frank Palmer

Also Known As:
Jack London's Call of the Wild (USA) (complete title)
Runtime: 60 min
Country: USA
Language: English
Color: Color

Awards: Nominated for Emmy. Another 1 nomination

Drew Levin: Executive Producer


User Comments:

An enjoyable adventure series for all!, 12 August 2000

If you want a great adventure series for the whole family that is not a cartoon, look no further than Animal Planet's excellent series "Call of the Wild." Buck, the canine hero of the Jack London novel, faces adventures in the town and surrounding area of Forty-Mile with his human friend Miles as well as John and Adoley Thornton. There is something for every taste here: action/adventure, drama, and a little humor and romance. Nick Mancuso (John) and Shane Meier (Miles) work well together, but the real chemistry is between Meier and Buck. Buck is fantastic! This series has everything going for it: well-written scripts, a nice cast, a nice music score, and GORGEOUS on-location photography that is nicely presented in a "matted" letterbox format. It is truly a breath of fresh air. Here's hoping many people will hear the call for a long time


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