White Fang 2: Myth of the White Wolf (film) Young prospector Henry Casey, along with his magnificent half-wolf/half-dog named White Fang, is set to make his fortune during the Alaskan gold rush. After being separated from White Fang after a canoe accident, Henry is found and nursed back to health by a beautiful Native American girl named Lily and her uncle Moses. Moses tries to convince Henry that he carries the spirit of the White Wolf and should stay with the starving tribe because he may have the power to bring back the caribou. When White Fang reappears, the Indians feel sure that Henry and the wolf have been sent to save them. It turns out that a crook running a mining operation is trying to starve the tribe off its land by blocking the caribou’s migration path. It is up to Henry and White Fang to outwit the villain and save Lily and her people. Released on April 15, 1994. Directed by Ken Olin. 106 min. Stars Scott Bairstow (Henry Casey), Charmaine Craig (Lily Joseph), Alfred Molina (Rev. Leland Drury), Geoffrey Lewis (Heath). Filmed entirely on location in Aspen, Colorado, and in Vancouver, Squamish, Whistler, and Hope, British Columbia. The replica of the Haida Indian village was built on the banks of the Squamish River. Sequel to White Fang. Released on video in 1994.