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|Knock-off of||Balto (Universal Pictures, 1995)|
|Alternate German titles||Balto: Eine abenteuerliche Rettung|
|English titles||The Adventures of the Brave Husky|
|Written by||Roswitha Haas|
|Music by||Ludwig Ickert|
|Running time||25 mins|
|main transcript • trailer transcripts|
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Balto is a Dingo Pictures movie that was released in 1997.
See also: Balto/Credits
- Despite being released in 1997, the tracks from Griechische Sagen: Perseus that are reused in this film use the same speed and pitch as their 1992 incarnations.
- In some dubs, the music is briefly muted when Robby pushes Timbu into the water for the third time.
- The Swedish dub of the scene where Komo falls off a cliff has become an internet meme, partly due to Felix Nordh's review of it.
- In the French dub, when Komo falls, two different screams come out at the same time. This is due to Komo's French actor's scream being played over the German one (which in most dubs is left alone).
- The Danish dub strangely mutes Komo's scream.
- On non-German prints of the movie, the music briefly warps during the credits.
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