The third installment in low-budget producer Lindsley Parson's "Chinook" series, Snow Dog was ostensibly based on pulp writer James Oliver Curwood's 1915 short-story "The Tentacles of the North," which was also the working title. Kirby Grant again played Rod McDonald of the Canadian Royal Mounted, and once again the vehicle was stolen by his canine sidekick, the white malamute Chinook. This time, Rod and Chinook are tracking a mysterious white wolf, thought to have killed several of the local traders.
When a Miami dentist inherits a team of sled dogs, he's got to learn the trade or lose his pack to a crusty mountain man.
Snow is a Christmas-themed film starring Tom Cavanagh and Ashley Williams that premiered in 2004 on the ABC television network, and was also shown on the ABC Family cable network later the same year. It was written by Rich Burns and directed by Alex Zamm. Since 2004, Snow has become a staple on ABC Family's annual 25 Days of Christmas programming block.
In the 1970s, Detroit was experiencing an economic boom, but the idyllic suburban life ended abruptly when four children were abducted and killed by the Oakland County Child Killer in the dead of winter. Follow writer J. Rueben Appelman, Detective Cory Williams, and families of the victims in their mission to unravel one of America’s most baffling crimes.
Snow Job was a Canadian television sitcom airing on the CTV network. The series, which ran from 1983 to 1985, was set in a ski lodge in the Laurentian mountains in Quebec. The series was co-produced by Champlain Productions and CFCF-TV. The show's cast included Jack Creley, Rummy Bishop, Richard Rebiere, Liliane Clune, Joanne Cote, and Gabe Cohen. Guest stars included Jack Duffy, Bruce Gray, Wayne Gretzky, Peter Keleghan, Richard Simmons, Dale Hayes and Ruth Buzzi.
The Snow Queen is an anime television series based on the children's story of the same name by Hans Christian Andersen. It is directed by Osamu Dezaki and animated by TMS Entertainment. The first episode aired on May 22, 2005 on Japan's NHK network.
Lost City in Snow Heaven, also known as Xue Yu Mi Cheng, is a Chinese fantasy-action television series released in 2005. The series was directed by Lai Shui-ching, Yu Ming-sang, and Yang Zhiqian, and starred Vincent Zhao and Ning Jing in the leading roles.
Gordon Buchanan travels to the remote Canadian Arctic in search of wolves that have never seen people.
The Legend of Snow White is a Japanese anime series produced by Tatsunoko Production and based on the European fairy tale. Directed by Tsuneo Ninomiya and using a screenplay written by Jinzō Toriumi, the series premiered on NHK on April 6, 1994 and ran for 52-episodes until its conclusion on March 29, 1995. The series uses two pieces of theme music: one opening theme, "Heart no mori e tsuretette" by Miki Sakai with Red Dolphins, and one ending theme, "Folk Dance" by Mebae Miyahara.
Dan Snow joins military archaelogists as they investigate the former battlegrounds of the Second World War, uncovering little-known stories through excavations and dives across Europe
A stone's throw away from London, the Cat Survival Trust has the largest collection of snow leopards outside of Asia and with numbers seriously threatened in the wild something is being done to safeguard their future. Something remarkable, unconventional and very surreal!
Dan Snow is taking on a massive challenge, recreating the first ever exploration of the mighty Colorado River.