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Call of the Wild is a dramatic film which follows the journey of a sled dog, Buck, on his adventures through the remote region of the Yukon in Canada. The film is based on the novel of the same name by Jack London.
The film contains themes including, a sense of peril when a woman falls into an icy lake and a dog sled and humans face an avalanche. There is a sense of menace when a hare is chased and caught and rival dogs fight one another to establish leadership of the pack. There are brief depictions of animal cruelty including a dog being kicked and implicitly hit with a club and a whip.
The film contains violence including a man being shot by a rifle, and a man being punched by another man. There is little injury detail depicted.
The film contains the use of "dammit" and "son of a...", with this phrase being incomplete, in that the likely word "bitch" is not uttered.
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