Never Cry Wolf ( 1983)
This story is of a biologist who is left in the Canadian arctic alone to find out why the caribou population dwindle (thought was wolves hunting them). It turns out the wolves are the ones being hunted, the biologist begins to learn more them and the Inuit people of the area about survival and the land itself. This movie is credited with the Foundation of Touchstone Pictures, Disney’s more adult-oriented production company.
Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey (1993)
This was a favorite childhood movie of my sister and I. It is a cat and two dogs who are left on a farm while their family takes a trip to San Francisco. The pets believe themselves to be abandoned and decide to find their humans, leading to a journey that is truly incredible. Because of its critical and box office success the film was also followed by a sequel, Homeward Bound II: Lost in San Francisco.
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