Hey Balto! My favorite movie!!
@Baltowolf12, I can imagine
@Baltowolf12, I would have never guessed
@Baltowolf12, *does Boris dance*
@Baltowolf12, I would have guessed Cujo.
@Baltowolf12, I spent $43 to get this movie. Worth it.
@AverageAlbertan, I paid like 10 cents at a goodwill for mine.....
@Baltowolf12, in northern Alberta we don't really have that option lol bought it off Amazon
@Baltowolf12, I'd be lost without you Balto.
@FurriesRuinEvrything, aww Jenna. Thanks (proceeds to mate)
@Baltowolf12, As hot as Jenna is, I was quoting the little girl/old woman at the end.
@FurriesRuinEvrything, this is awkward.....
@AverageAlbertan, they made two other sequels. Go see them
He also didn't die for me to willingly give my kids autism. /end sarcasm (please don't kill me I was joking) oh god I'm going to die.
@Spatula, I almost didn't read the second part of that
@Spatula, I actually did down vote then switched it. Sorry!
@Simetricwl , haha it's all good.
I love going to Central Park and seeing the statue dedicated to the real dog this movie is based off of
Don't get vaccines, I got vaccinated and now I'm black and gay
@Gay Rattlesnake , or vaccinate if you want one hella hip kid!
@Gay Rattlesnake , The horror!
*shamefully waits for explanation*
@TrueJewBear, doggo is ded
@TrueJewBear, how do you not know who Balto is?
@TrueJewBear, I don't remember much because I saw this ad a kid. But the dog travels miles to get medicine for sick kids even though he was considered a mutt. So he ended up dying a hero. Or something like that
@TrueJewBear, update: was a black and white Siberian husky sled dog who led his team on the final leg of the 1925 serum run to Nome, in which diphtheria antitoxin was transported from Anchorage, Alaska, to Nenana, Alaska, by train and then to Nome by dog sled to combat an outbreak of the disease. The run is commemorated by the annual Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race. Balto was named after the Sami explorer Samuel Balto. Balto died of old age at 14.
@TrueJewBear, Balto was base on real American history. It was at Nome Alaska in 1925. Balto was the town mutt he was half wolf and half husky. One day there was a virus blowout all the children and seniors were gravelly I'll. The cure was on the other side of Alaska. But a huge snow storm was coming at the time. No planes or trains couldn't deliver the cure. The only transportation was available was dog sledding. A sled of dogs went a 2000 miles journey and Balto happen to follow them behind. The snowstorm struck during then delivery they lost in their trades. Balto found them and guild them back to the town with the cure. Without Balto finding them the town whole town would've died from the virus. And my friend is Balto a real true American hero..
@Snowfrake , *tracks...
@waterlilyfox, I've actually seen the real Balto! They keep him stuffed in a museum in Cleveland.
@SaladSnake, yeah I've heard also that they are trying to move him to Alaska. Either way I've been wanting to see him lol
@TrueJewBear, really, jewbear? Really?
@MOOPLES , yes really *cries*
Don't google this on e621...
@Baltowolf12, why not? ( ಠ◡ಠ )
@Karl with a K, you'll see. Google it
@Baltowolf12, why were you searching this on e621
@VincentV, for personal reasons...
@Baltowolf12, k............................................... (Backs away slowly till out of sight then proceeds to use e621 for personal reasons)
But do you know that a dog named Togo run the longest and hardest part of the trail? Balto only run the last part to the town.
This is the dvd version. The VHS version has a different look to it.
Wait he died?
@Wendigo, yeah March 14, 1933 at the age of 14
@waterlilyfox, I remember the one where he was a sled dog and where he went to find his daughter but not dying, huh didn't know that.
@Wendigo, well the real one yes but that I know of with the daughter and all were just sequels. I don't think those are real. But I'm not sure.
@waterlilyfox, so which movie did he die in then? Or was it some epilogue that just states that he died?
@Wendigo, yeah it's like an epilogue. He was a hero and honored like one
@Baltowolf12 What's e621?
@IAmTheBatman, a furry p@rn website. If you want your childhood ruined, go there.
@Baltowolf12, oh that's just nasty
This was actually my favorite book in the world when I was in elementary school. We had silent reading every single day where we would read for like a half hour, and I read this book every single time. I've probably read this book well over 100 times.
K....................................................(proceeds to use e621 for personal reasons)
@VincentV, oh. Also check out Road Rovers on there too. And Krystal from starfox.
They made 3 sequels to this movie