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White Fang (1991)

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White Fang
White Fang 1991 Poster.jpg
Original Theatrical Poster
Country Flag of the United States.jpg USA
Directed by Randal Kleiser
Release Date 1991
Studio Walt Disney Pictures
Silver Screen Partners IV
Hybrid Productions Inc.
Distributor Walt Disney
Main Cast
Character Actor
Jack Conroy Ethan Hawke
Alex Larson Klaus Maria Brandauer
Clarence 'Skunker' Thurston Seymour Cassel
Belinda Casey Susan Hogan
Beauty Smith James Remar
Grey Beaver Pius Savage

White Fang is a 1991 screen adaptation of the famous Jack London novel directed by Randal Kleiser and starring Ethan Hawke, Klaus Maria Brandauer, and Seymour Cassel.

The following weapons were used in the film White Fang:


Winchester Model 1873 Carbine

Winchester Model 1873 Carbines are seen in hands of Chief Grey Beaver (Pius Savage), Beauty Smith (James Remar), and Luke (Bill Moseley).

Winchester Model 1873 carbine - 1st generation rifle - .44-40 WCF
Grey Beaver hands the Winchester 1873 to his tribesman (Charles Jimmie Sr.).
The barrel of the rifle is seen.
Beauty Smith holds his Winchester 1873 when he, Luke, and Tinker attack Jack and Alex.
Luke holds a Winchester 1873.
White Fang 1991-Winchester1873-8.jpg
Luke fires his rifle.
Beauty Smith fires.
Smith (in center) and Luke (at the right) with their Winchesters.
Smith tries to run away, pursued by White Fang.
A close-up of Smith's carbine.

Winchester Model 1892 Carbine

When Luke (Bill Moseley) is seen on the rooftop, he carries a Winchester Model 1892 Carbine (in other scenes, Luke's gun is an M1873 Carbine). A Winchester Model 1892 Carbine is also seen in the hands of an unnamed gold prospector (Tom Fallon).

Winchester 1892 Saddle Ring Carbine - .32WCF/.38-40/.44-40/.25-20
One of the prospectors who help Jack and Alex against a wolf pack holds a Winchester 1892 Carbine.
Another view of the prospector's rifle.
Luke carries a Winchester 1892 Carbine tucked into his belt.

Winchester Model 1892 Short Rifle

Clarence "Skunker" Thurston (Seymour Cassel) carries a Winchester Model 1892 Short Rifle. In one scene, it briefly switches to a different, longer version of M1892 (see below).

Winchester 1892 - .38-40. The screen gun is of the same length, but has octagonal barrel rather than round.
Skunker carries a Winchester 1892 Short Rifle.
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Another view of Skunker's rifle. The forend of the stock and the attachment of the tube magazine to the barrel match the Short Rifle version. Note the nonstandard attachment of the rifle sling.
Skunker holds his rifle during the night scene. The octagonal barrel is seen.

Winchester Model 1892 Rifle

Due to a continuity error, Skunker's (Seymour Cassel) Winchester 1892 Short Rifle briefly switches to a longer version of M1892. A similar rifle is seen in the hands of a Klondike townsman.

Skunker carries the rifle on a sling while he is clinging to the overturned sleigh.
Another view of the same scene.
Another view of Skunker's Winchester rifle in this scene. It is definitely longer than the Winchester 1892 Short Rifle and has a visible yellow (maybe brass) metal plating on the buttstock.
A townsman holds a similar looking rifle.

Winchester Model 1892 (visually modified as Henry 1860)

In various scenes Alex Larson (Klaus Maria Brandauer) and Tinker (Clint Youngreen) use Winchester Model 1892 rifles, visually modified to resemble the Henry 1860. Jack Conroy (Ethan Hawke) captures the rifle from Tinker. The base M1892 is a long rifle with octagonal barrel.

Winchester 1892 Rifle
For comparison: Henry 1860 - .44 Rimfire (RF)
Alex holds his rifle in the background.
Alex cleans the rifle.
Tinker (at the right) holds his rifle during the attack on Jack and Alex.
Tinker fires.
Tinker reloads.
The rifle is seen from the muzzle.
Jack aims the rifle, captured from Tinker, at Beauty Smith.
A closer view of the rifle in Jack's hands.

Winchester Model 1895 Sporter

Jack Conroy's (Ethan Hawke) rifle is a sporterized Winchester Model 1895.

Sporting Winchester Model 1895
Jack carries his rifle.
White Fang 1991-Winchester1895Sporter-2.jpg
The receiver and the stock are seen quite well.

Marlin Model 1893

Alex Larson (Klaus Maria Brandauer) mainly uses a Marlin Model 1893 rifle.

Marlin 1893 - .30-30
Alex holds the Marlin.
Alex' rifle is seen on the ground.
A close view of the barrel and the handguard.
A close view of the receiver.
A close-up perfectly reveals the rifle as Marlin.
Alex holds the rifle during the shootout with Beauty Smith and his henchmen.
Alex aims at Luke.

Bannerman Mosin Nagant 1891

Sykes' dog handler (John Beers) is armed with a sporterized Mosin Nagant, known as a "Bannerman Mosin Nagant".

Bannerman Conversion Mosin Nagant M1891 rifle - .30-06. This is a Remington-produced Russian contract gun, sporterized and converted to .30-06 by Bannerman's in the early 1920s for the USA sporting and hunting market.
The rifle is seen at the far left.
The rifle is seen at the far right.
The dog handler with the rifle stands at the background center. The typical Mosin magazine can be seen.
The handguard of the rifle is seen better.
White Fang 1991-MosinSporter-6.jpg
Another view of the rifle.

Enfield Pattern 1853

A Klondike townsman holds a partially seen muzzleloading musket or rifled musket. Judging by the shape of the ramrod tip, the gun is likely an Enfield Pattern 1853.

Enfield 1853 - .577 Ball
The "slotted jag" ramrod tip allows to identify the gun as an Enfield 1853. The position of the barrel bands matches the "three-band" infantry model.

Unidentified rifle

A Klondike townsman holds a partially seen long gun that resembles a bolt action hunting rifle with a heavy barrel, or, judging by the lack of iron sights, a bolt action shotgun (see talk page for the discussion).

White Fang 1991-Rifle2-1.jpg
White Fang 1991-Rifle2-2.jpg


Winchester Model 1887

A lever-action gun is briefly seen in hands of a gold prospector. It is supposed to be a Winchester Model 1887 shotgun as the sepi-pistol stock is placed low in relation to the barrel, and the magazine looks more suitable for shotgun shells than for rifle cartridges.

Winchester 1887 shotgun - 12 gauge
A man at the left holds a lever-action gun with semi-pistol grip stock.

Double Barreled Shotgun

Some gold prospectors carry Double Barreled Shotguns.

Charles Parker 1878 Side by Side Shotgun - 12 gauge
A man at the right holds a double barreled shotgun.
A man in center holds a double barreled (maybe but less likely single barreled) shotgun.


A police officer carries a holster of typical British pattern for Webley .455 revolvers. It's hard to say if there is a gun inside.

White Fang 1991-WebleyHolster-1.jpg

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