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Okay, wolf. Come on. I want you to get mad! I want you to win! Do you understand me!?! Do you understand!?!
~ Beauty Smith abusing White Fang.

Beauty Smith is the main antagonist of Disney's 1991 live action film White Fang, which is based on the 1906 novel of the same name by the late Jack London. He is a mean-spirited dogfighter who buys White Fang from Grey Beaver, so he can force him to fight other dogs. He is the boss of Luke and Tinker as well as Jack Conroy's archenemy.

He was portrayed by James Remar, who also played Ajax in The Warriors, Albert Ganz in 48 Hrs, Butch Pooch in Django Unchained, Vilgax in Ben 10 and Quill in The Phantom.


Robbing Jack

When Beauty Smith arrives at Skagway, Alaska, he comes across a young man named Jack Conroy and has bought a St. Bernard named Buck to train him to become a fighting dog. Smith proceeds to torment Buck by kicking his cage and Jack tells him to stop, but Smith replies that he can do whatever he wants to his dog. While Smith chats with Jack, the latter asks Smith where he can find a prospector named Alex Larson. However, as they continue talking, Smith has his henchmen, Luke and Tinker pickpocket Jack and they leave, but not before telling him to go to the Golden Staircase at Chilkoot Pass.

Buying White Fang

As Grey Beaver and White Fang travel through Klondike City, they encounter Smith with his fighting dog. While Grey Beaver heads into a nearby store to sell wolf pelts, Smith instigates a fight between Buck and White Fang, to which the wolfdog wins. Grey Beaver comes out of the store and manages to calm down White Fang before things escalated. Smith blackmails the chief for the wolfdog, stating that it's illegal to bring wolves into town. Grey Beaver offers Smith a wolf pelt, but the dogfighter tosses it aside and tells him that he wants White Fang. Grey Beaver refuses to sell White Fang, stating that he's not for sale, but Smith threatens to turn him over to the Mounties if he doesn't comply, to which Grey Beaver reluctantly sells White Fang. Smith and his henchmen lock White Fang in a pen and they head out to drink at a bar. However, the courageous wolfdog leaps out of his confinement and confronts the three dogfighters, but is recaptured.

Training White Fang

As Smith and his henchmen train White Fang to be a fighting dog, they place White Fang into a dogfighting ring to fight against a German Shepard owned by Smith's rival, Sykes. The dogfighters place bets between each other and the fight begins, to which White Fang wins. Sykes swears revenge on Smith, to which Smith replies that he should "bring a live dog" for the next round. Smith continues to make White Fang fight other dogs and he becomes successful in earning money as he does so. The following night, as Smith comes to feed a caged White Fang, the wolfdog lashes out at him and Smith decides to starve White Fang as he tells him to "keep on hating him" before leaving.

Final Dogfight

The next day, as Smith prepares another fighting round for White Fang, Sykes brings in a bulldog named Cherokee. Sykes offers $5,000 if White Fang can beat his bulldog, since he's "unbeatable" and Smith reluctantly decides to give in. As the fight starts, White Fang seems to gain the upper hand, but the vicious bulldog clamps his jaws around the wolfdog's neck, suffocating him. Smith orders White Fang to get up, but Sykes declares that it's over. However, Smith refuses to give up and proceeds to beat up White Fang in an attempt to get him to continue fighting. Meanwhile, Jack and Alex arrive in the nick of time and Jack manages to stop Smith from killing White Fang. Alex holds Smith at gunpoint, while Jack manages to pry Cherokee's jaws off White Fang. Jack claims White Fang as a restitution for the money Smith stole from him and Smith tries to stop Jack, but is held back. As they leave with White Fang, the evil dogfighter swears that he will get revenge on Jack.

Final Battle and Defeat

As Jack and White Fang take a sample of gold to the assayer in Klondike City, White Fang notices Luke sweeping in the assayer and growls at him, prompting Luke to flee and inform his friends. Jack and White Fang then head back to the mine, unaware that Smith and his henchmen are following them. Smith and his henchmen arrive at the claim and they prepare an ambush. As Luke stuffs the chimney, Alex hears the comotion and decides to head investigate, but is greeted with a hail of gunfire. The three dogfighters continue to shoot at the cabin and they try to wait for Jack and Alex to come out. However, they hear Alex playing his mouth harp and Smith tries to shoot at them. As Alex continues playing in an attempt to confuse the dogfighters, Smith decides he has had enough and orders his henchmen to set the cabin on fire. Smith orders Tinker to check the cabin, but he is ambushed by White Fang, causing his gun to discharge and wound Luke's foot. Smith tries to shoot at White Fang, but the wolfdog chases him and attacks him. As Smith reaches for his rifle, White Fang bites him and continues to attack him. Jack comes over and gets White Fang off Smith and the two hold them hostage. The three dogfighters are then taken prisoner by Jack and Alex and are turned over to the Mounties.


Beauty Smith is shown to be extremely greedy, brutal, violent and aggressive. He is a selfish, shameless, psychopathic and abusive dogfight enthusiast who abuses White Fang to fight dogs. He blackmails Grey Beaver for White Fang so that he can buy White Fang and trains him to become a fighting dog and is also shown to be sadistic and cruel, as he inflicts torment and pain on White Fang as a way of padding his own pocket, which drives the wolfdog mad with rage and sets him loose on other twisted beasts for the amusement of callous onlookers. He has already established that he has no qualms about robbery, theft and dogfighting. He proceeds to establish that he is not beyond killing and claim-jumping either when he and his two henchmen attack Jack and Alex and set their cabin on fire.


Careful, boy! You could be his breakfast. [laughs as he kicks Buck's cage] (Jack: Hey, don't do that!) Why not? He's mine.
~ Beauty Smith tormenting Buck.
I shipped him all the way from San Francisco. He was a family dog. I'm gonna teach him to fight. A good fighting dog could make a lot of money up here. Hey, you up here for the gold? (Jack: You got that right.) It's out there, just waiting for somebody to pick it up! Here are friends of mine. Here's Luke, Tinker. Didn't get your name. (Jack: Jack.) Jack. What's your hurry? (Jack: Have you guys ever heard of a guy named Alex Larson?) Alex Larson? He's my old pal. (Luke: Practically brothers. Why, Beauty here saved Alex's life.) He'd do the same for me. (Jack: Back off! You fellas really don't know Alex Larson, do you?) You can't fool these city boys. Nah, we don't know him. But we could find him. He's a gold man, and who ain't up here? He'd be his way up the golden staircase. (Jack: Golden staircase?) (Luke: Chilkoot Pass. About 2-3 miles outside of town. You'll need help hauling the gear to the top.) [Luke pushes Jack while Beauty pickpockets him] (Jack: I said back off!) Easy. Sorry. We didn't mean to crowd you, boy. Good luck to you, Jack!
~ Beauty Smith torturing Buck and robbing Jack.
(Tinker: Holy biscuits! Look at that dog!) That ain't no dog, you idiot. That's a wolf. Come on, let's go! [They walk down the stairs as Buck continues to bark at White Fang] Take him down there. Let's see what happens.
~ Beauty Smith about to make White Fang fight Buck.
Damn. I want that animal.
~ Beauty Smith after seeing White Fang defeat Buck.
Look what your wolf has done to my dog here. Who's gonna pay for the damages? You know it's illegal to bring wolves in town, don't ya? Luke, go find us a Mountie. He'll straighten us up. (Grey Beaver: Wait! Here.) [Grey Beaver hands Beauty a wolf pelt, but he tosses it aside] Not interested in furs, Chief. I'll take that wolf out of your hands. (Grey Beaver: No. He's not for sale.) That's too damn bad, 'cause now you're gonna spend some time in jail. Go find him, Luke. (Grey Beaver: No! How much.) You know something, Chief? You're shrewd.
~ Beauty Smith blackmailing Grey Beaver for White Fang.
Wolf, don't you let me down. Get mad! Get mad! Get in there and kill him. You understand? Come on!
~ Beauty Smith telling White Fang to defeat Sykes' dog.
It's a pleasure taking your money, Sykes. (Sykes: I'll be back, Smith.) Next time, bring a live dog.
~ Beauty Smith to Sykes.
What have you brought for us today? [Sykes' handler brings out Cherokee] Where's the rest of them? (Luke: That's a bulldog!) (Tinker: He's pretty.) (Luke: No. He's not, you moron! Look at that dog!) Shut up! (Spectator: It's Cherokee. I've seen him fight.) (Sykes: Your dog's unbeatable, right? I've got $5,000, and it won't be here after today. What's the matter, Smith? Too rich for your blood?) Let's do it!
~ Beauty Smith and Sykes planning to make White Fang and Cherokee fight.
Come on, wolf. Get up! Get up! (Sykes: It's over.) Not yet, it ain't! Come on, wolf! Get up and fight!
~ Beauty Smith abusing White Fang to get up before Jack stops him.
Hey, kid! Hey! Kid, that's my wolf! (Jack: He was. I paid for him when you robbed me in Skagway, remember?) Oh yeah! [Jack picks up White Fang and Beauty comes to Jack, but Luke holds him back] (Alex: You stay.) [Jack and Alex leave] Hey you two. Keep an eye out for me. This ain't finished yet!
~ Beauty Smith as Jack buys White Fang from him.
Get him off! Get him off of me!
~ Beauty Smith's last words.


  • Despite being the main antagonist, he only had around 17 minutes of screentime, due to the film mostly focusing on Jack Conroy's journey to find gold at his father's claim.
  • If one pays attention closely before White Fang attacks Beauty Smith, he's aiming his gun at White Fang, but in the next shot, he's cowering in fear.
  • In the book, Grey Beaver actually wanted to sell White Fang to Beauty Smith after becoming addicted to alcohol.
  • His first fighting dog, Buck, happens to be the protagonist of Jack London's other book The Call of the Wild. In the book, Buck was never a fighting dog and his abusive masters were Hal, Mercedes and Charles, not Beauty Smith, as he never existed in the book.
  • In the book as well as many other versions, Beauty Smith lived in Fort Yukon and had his last dogfight was in Dawson, not in Skagway.
  • In the book, Beauty Smith was named for his hideousness, while he had a fair-looking appearance in the Disney adaptation.
  • Unlike the original novel, Beauty Smith never owned another dog before he got White Fang.
    • In addition, he never had any companions at all in the book and many other versions.


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The Cruise of the Dazzler: French Pete | Red Nelson
The Call of the Wild: Spitz † | Hal, Mercedes & Charles † | Manuel | Yeehats † | Black Burton † | Dolly † | The Man in the Red Sweater | Wild Huskies | The Baggage Man
The Sea-Wolf: Wolf Larsen
White Fang: Beauty Smith | Lip-Lip † | Jim Hall † | The Lynx † | Tim Keenan | Cherokee

Short Stories
Bâtard: Bâtard † | Black Leclère
The Leopard Man's Story: De Ville
Moon-Face: The Protagonist

White Fang (1925): Beauty Smith
The Sea-Wolf (1926): Wolf Larsen
The Sea-Wolf (1930): Wolf Larsen
The Call of the Wild (1935): Mr. Smith † | Smith's henchmen
White Fang (1936): Beauty Smith
The Sea-Wolf (1941): Wolf Larsen
White Fang (1946): Handsome Smith
Wolf Larsen: Wolf Larsen
The Call of the Wild (1972): Black Burton | Spitz † | Dutch Harry | Francois and Perrault † | Hal, Mercedes & Charles † | Manuel | Yeehats † | The Baggage Man
White Wolf (1973): Beauty Smith † | Jim Hall | Chester | Corrupt Mountie
The Call of the Wild (1976): Spitz † | Francois | Manuel | The Man in the Red Sweater | The Baggage Man
Klonkdike Fever (1980): Soapy Smith † | Will Ryan † | Soap Gang
The Call of the Wild: Howl Buck (1981): Spitz † | Hal, Mercedes & Charles† | Manuel | Wild Huskies | Murderers
Shiroi Kiba Monogatari (1982): Beauty Smith | Kuuti | The Lynx | Kooch | Lip-Lip | Tim Keenan | Cherokee
White Fang (1991): Beauty Smith | Luke & Tinker | Sykes | Cherokee
The Call of the Wild (1993): Spitz † | Hal, Mercedes & Charles † | Yeehats
White Fang 2: Myth of the White Wolf (1994): Reverend Leland Drury † | Mr. Heath | Miners | Lloyd Halverson | Lip-Lip
Call of the Wild: Dog of the Yukon (1996): Spitz† | Hal, Mercedes & Charles† | Manuel | Yeehats | Wild Huskies | The Man in the Red Sweater | The Baggage Man
White Fang (1997): Beauty Smith | Lip-Lip
White Fang (2018): Beauty Smith | Curtis | Jim Hall | Ned | The Lynx
Into the Void: Wolf Larsen
The Call of the Wild (2020): Hal † | Spitz

Spitz | Hal, Mercedes & Charles | Wolf Larsen | Beauty Smith | David | Jake | Sam Calman | Uncle Jay