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Richard Rich


Tom Kane

Release Date

October 8, 2013 (US), October 7, 2014 (re-release) (US)

Running Time

45 Minutes

Preceded by

Alpha and Omega

Followed by

Alpha and Omega 3: The Great Wolf Games

Alpha and Omega 2: A Howl-iday Adventure is a 2013 3D American computer-animated action comedy film. It is the sequel to Alpha and Omega and is the second installment in the franchise . Originally planned for a wide theatrical release following the success of the first film, it was released on DVD instead on October 8, 2013 nationwide and worldwide by Lionsgate, and received mixed reviews. Lionsgate re-released the film in October 7, 2014.

The entire voice cast from the previous film didn't reprise their roles. However, like the original film, Alpha and Omega 2: A Howl-iday Adventure proved to be a wide success upon its release despite its mixed reaction, and also gained a cult following. The film was nominated for an Annie Award for Best Straight-to-DVD Sequel.

Contents [ show ] Plot

Kate and Humphrey are eager to spend the upcoming winter with their three pups, Stinky Claudette and Runt, as it will be the first that they've spent together as a family.

While out travelling with his siblings, Runt, the only Omega offspring of Kate and Humphrey, climbs a tree and spots 3 rogue wolves in the area. After 2 of the rogue wolves save Stinky and Claudette from a grizzly, Runt suddenly disappears. Stinky and Claudette then inform Kate and Humphrey, including their relatives as they were about to have a family dinner, about Runt's disappearance. The family hurries to find Runt, and Kate sees that the rogue wolves have captured Runt and are heading to Banff National Park, home to the rogue wolf pack and south of Jasper. After being warned by Tony and Winston about how dangerous the rogues are, Kate and Humphrey still go on to find their lost pup, much to their disappointment. Meanwhile at Banff, Runt is taken to the rogues’ leader, King. He is then made as a bait, as King expects the western pack to come for Runt. Princess, King’s daughter, is appointed to care for Runt and to keep the bait alive. As night falls, a storm approaches, prompting Kate and Humphrey to stop the search and wait for the storm to subside the next day. Meanwhile at the den, Stinky and Claudette sneak out to help their parents search for Runt while everyone is asleep.

The next day, Kate and Humphrey meet Marcel and Paddy. After following what their parents did before to cross the river, Stinky and Claudette find them and go with their parents to help in the search. On the way, they meet a lost grizzly cub who was separated from his mother. At first, Humphrey refuses because of his experience with a bear cub before. He then decides to let the bear go with them. A mile away from Banff, Kate and Humphrey leave Paddy to guard the children while they and Marcel retrieve Runt. Despite this, the children manage to convince Paddy to go. While on Banff, their family also arrives and Humphrey is made to distract the rogues by acting as a gigantic "special-class alpha" named Lockjaw while Kate retrieves Runt. After finding out that it is but a trick, King orders the Alpha rogues to kill them. Winston then orders Kate and Humphrey to take the cubs to the north side in the human roads and they will rendezvous there. Fortunately, the bear cub's family arrives and helps them defeat the rogues after the cub explained how the wolves helped him. As the snow covers the lands, Humphrey and his family are lost. Runt climbs a tree and sees the human roads about ten miles away at the foot of the mountain. They then logboard their way down.

Upon reaching the same gas station and seeing Max, the same hunter they encountered before, Humphrey hesitates. They go in anyway and the man sees them. Once seeing Kate and Humphrey have pups (and him having a family of his own), Max decides to be nice this time. So, he gives them free food and leaves the door open, much to their surprise. The film ends with Kate and Humphrey deciding to settle there for the winter as they all go to sleep under the Christmas tree.

This article is a stub . You can help Alpha and Omega Wiki by expanding it . Voice cast Meryl Leigh  as Princess Liza West as Runt Ben Diskin as  Humphrey Kate Higgins as Kate / Stinky / Lilly Lindsay Torrance as Claudette Blackie Rose as Garth / King Maxwell Je as Winston Tracy Pfau as Eve Bill Lader as  Tony / Rogue #2 Hugh Tyrrell as  Salty Chris Smith as  Marcel / Paddy / Rogue #3 Shaun Gerardo as Rogue #1 Willa Fogelson as Brad Harrper Fogelson as Porcupine Bonus features US A Wolf's Tale: The Making of Alpha and Omega 2 Personality Test: Are you an Alpha or an Omega? Wolf Fun Facts Trivia Following the Pack: Sneak Peek into Upcoming Alpha and Omega Adventures UK A Wolf's Tale: The Making of Alpha and Omega 2 Following the Pack: Sneak Peek into Upcoming Alpha and Omega Adventures Trivia For the United States, the film was released on DVD and Blu-ray as a Walmart Excusive. It is also available for Digital Download. Despite being a sequel, the film is sometimes thought to be a Christmas special. It also was released before Christmas, so some people could get confused. Production

Production for the film began a week before the release of the first film when Steve Moore wrote a script draft for the film. The film was originally set for a theatrical release, but due to many problems, it was changed to have a straight-to-DVD release. Ben Gluck , who co-directed the first film with Anthony Bell , was originally set to solo direct the sequel. But there was another production scandal, and Gluck turned down as director. For that, he has an uncredited role in the film. The film was officially announced in July 31, 2013 that it would have a straight-to-DVD release in October 8, 2013 in North America. Richard Rich took over as director and the film stars a cast of mostly unknown voice actors.


Alpha and Omega 2: A Howl-iday Adventure received mixed reviews from both critics and fans. The movie was praised for its voice acting, characters and ending climax, but was heavily criticized for its animation, too-short runtime and its ending scene, which most fans called "confusing". The movie currently holds a 49% rating in Rotten Tomatoes and a 47 out of 100 in Metacritic, indicating "generally mixed reviews". However, despite the mixed reaction, the movie became an unexpected success with fans and DVD sales, and developed a cult following.

Home media

Alpha and Omega 2 was released on October 8, 2013 on DVD (as a Walmart Exclusive), Blu-ray and Digital HD. Lionsgate is re-releasing the DVD on October 7, 2014 possibly making it a not Walmart Exclusive.

Trailer and Clips Official trailer

01:18 Alpha and Omega 2 A Howl-iday Adventure () - Trailer for Alpha and Omega 2 A Howl-iday Adventure

Sneak peek clip

02:58 Alpha and Omega 2 A Howl-iday Adventure (MOVIE CLIP!)

Second sneak peek clip

00:57 Alpha and Omega 2 A Howl-iday Adventure- Surviving in a New Pack Exclusive Clip

Awards and Nominations Award Category Winner/Nominee Result Annie Awards Best Straight-to-DVD Sequel Alpha and Omega 2: A Howl-iday Adventure Template:Nom Best Ending Climax Alpha and Omega 2: A Howl-iday Adventure Template:Won Kids Choice Awards Best DVD Cover Alpha and Omega 2: A Howl-iday Adventure Template:Won As-Seen-By Awards Best Leading Voice in a straight-to-DVD Sequel Ben Diskin Template:Nom Sequels

In the DVD and Blu-ray release of Alpha and Omega 2: A Howl-iday jfkknefv. omega speedmaster replica ukAdventure , it has been announced that there will be a third and fourth film in the franchise due to the success of the second film.

Alpha and Omega 3: The Great Wolf Games was released on March 25, 2014 with Richard Rich returning to direct. As of now, it's the only sequel to have Claudette as the main character. Despite Common Sense Media giving the film a mostly mixed-to-positive review (3 out of 5 stars), The Great Wolf Games received generally poor reviews from most fans and it's been declared to be the worst chapter of the franchise. Most criticisms were focused on the film's script and animation, but the biggest complaint was that most of the original characters were missing in the movie and Kate was only in it for the last 10 minutes.

Alpha and Omega: The Legend of the Saw Tooth Cave had its worldwide DVD premiere on October 7, 2014. This sequel is set during the Halloween season, where Runt explores the haunted Saw Tooth Cave and finds a blind female wolf who was driven from her pack for being different. Unlike The Great Wolf Games , this fourth movie was highly acclaimed by fans of the franchise, who call it the best sequel so far. Professional critics were also impressed with the movie, noting its action scenes, voice acting, character development, emotional depth and darker tone.

Alpha and Omega: Family Vacation first aired on TV in Mexico on March 28, 2015 and then was released worldwide on DVD in August 4. This fifth movie deals about Kate and Humphrey taking the pups to Alfred Creek Falls for a family vacation. But everything goes wrong when they find themselves in a cross-country chase after two wolf trappers spot them. Upon its release, Family Vacation received positive reviews from fans, noting the film's improved animation, action scenes, sense of humor, use of flashbacks, cast of characters and overall charm.

On April 8, Lionsgate and Crest Animations officially announced that they'll be teaming up with Splash Entertainment to make three more sequels after Family Vacation . The sixth movie - currently titled Alpha and Omega 6 The Big Fureeze - is expecting an early 2016 release.

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vintage omega constellation 18k gold watch WatchTime Wednesday: the History of Omega Watches in 7 timepieces 02/07/2014  /  5 responses /  in Omega  /  tagged: Watch talk

Since its inception in 1892, the History of Omega Watches has been long and full of many interesting, even essential, timepieces. Alongside the Speedmaster and the Seamaster , many other watches had been milestones for the Bienne-brand. Lots of iconic models, many technical innovations, such as the co-axial escapement or the first fully antimagnetic movement : Omega is clearly one of the top and key brands of the industry. Here are 7 timepieces, selected by our friends form WatchTime , that made the history of Omega Watches.

First Minute-Repeater Wristwatch (1892)

The world’s first minute-repeater wristwatch was unveiled in September 1892 by the Bienne, Switzerland firm of Louis Brandt & Frère, precursor to today’s Omega watch company. Brandt had chosen Audemars Piguet in Le Brassus to modify a 13-ligne Lépine ébauche that Audemars had purchased from the ebauche maker LeCoultre & Cie . The striking mechanism was triggered by a slide at 3 o’clock. The complex wristwatch case strongly resembles that of a pocketwatch. Engraved on the dust cover is a phrase in French that translates as “Excluded from the competition: juror, Paris 1889.” The engraving suggests that the watch had been exhibited at the Chicago World’s Fair in 1893, but had not been allowed to participate in the competition for medals because César Brandt, who ran the firm with his brother Louis-Paul, had served on the jury of the Paris World’s Fair in 1889.

First Omega Wristwatch (1900)

The first wristwatches bearing the Omega name were produced in 1900 and used by British officers in South Africa’s Boer War (1899-1903). Omega was one of the first firms to begin serial production of wristwatches. The watches withstood the rough treatment they got. An Omega advertisement in a watchmakers’ magazine in Leipzig in 1904 publicized the testimony of a British artillery officer whose Omega wristwatch performed admirably in bitter cold, searing heat, torrential rain and merciless sandstorms. The lieutenant colonel concluded that “The wristwatch is an essential campaign element.” The wristwatches were powered by a Lépine 12-ligne Caliber HN B and were available in two versions: one with the crown on the right, to be worn on the left wrist, and the other with the crown on the left for wearing on the right wrist.

Omega Seamaster (1948)

René Bannwart is considered the father of the  Omega Seamaster line. The man who would later found Corum had begun building Omega’s design department in 1940. This was new. At that time, sketches for new models were usually drawn by draftsmen in watch-case factories. Bannwart’s decision set Omega on a new path that other brands would soon follow. To celebrate Omega’s 100th anniversary, Omega sales director Adolphe Vallat asked Bannwart to develop a sporty, robust and waterproof wristwatch. Bannwart felt that Vallat wasn’t giving him enough time, so he presented one of his case designs with the comment “much too clunky.” To Bannwart’s surprise, Vallat was delighted. The result was the Seamaster family. It had its origins in watches supplied to Britain’s Royal Air Force in World War II. The 1948 civilian version of the pilots’ watch had a water-resistant case (to 50 meters), a screwed caseback with lead gaskets, a reinforced crystal, a silvered dial, and polished and riveted Arabic numerals. The version with small seconds, which was also available as a certified chronometer, contained the new automatic Caliber 28.10 RA RG-343. The model with a central seconds hand was the 28.10 RA SC-350.

The Seamaster is certainly one of the most important watches from Omega: from vintage 1970s chronographs to modern diving tools and vintage-inspired re-editions , it brought all the innovations into a single product line and thus is essential to understand the history of the Bienne-based manufacture.

Omega Constellation (1952)

Omega began using the name “Constellation” in 1952 to denote its officially certified wrist chronometers. The premier model was powered by Caliber 28.10 RA SC PC RG AM (nicknamed the “352”), which first appeared in 1945. This caliber wound itself via a unidirectional hammer-type winding weight. It also featured an indirectly propelled central seconds hand. The 28.1-mm-diameter, 5.4-mm-thick movement passed the official chronometer tests with flying colors. Its sturdiness, reliability and precision prompted Omega to produce the Constellation in large numbers. This model was also Omega’s first serially manufactured wristwatch chronometer.

Omega Speedmaster (1957)

The Omega Speedmaster , destined to become the most famous chronograph in the world because of its use by NASA for the Apollo program, was introduced in 1957. But the Speedmaster story really begins in 1943 with chronograph Caliber 27 CHRO C12, developed by Jacques Reymond. Born into a long-established family of watchmakers, Reymond had joined Omega’s subsidiary Lemania in 1942. The “CHRO” in the caliber designation stood for “chronograph,” the “27” referred to the movement’s diameter in millimeters, and “C12” denoted the additional counter for 12 elapsed hours. Further developed by Albert Piguet in 1946 and christened by Omega with the shorter name “321,” this movement was the smallest of its type at the time. Credit for the Speedmaster case design belonged to a group at Lemania, including designer Claude Baillod, prototype-maker Georges Hartmann and machinist Désiré Faivre. The watch’s salient features were a black dial, luminous hands, a tachymeter scale, water-resistant case, screwed back and domed Plexiglas crystal. The diameter was originally 39 mm. A 40-mm version with the tachymeter scale on a black background along the flange appeared in 1960. The ‘Speedy’ is still an important timepiece in Omega’s collection and modern editions, such as the Speedmaster Mark II  or the classical Professional Moonwatch , continue to use this legendary past.

Omega De Ville (1967)

Omega launched De Ville as a separate line in 1967. It had been a collection within the Seamaster line since 1960. Simpler, younger, more colorful, and more varied than the Seamaster, it quickly became Omega’s best-selling collection. The name stood for an entire philosophy because the De Ville wasn’t created at Omega’s headquarters in industrial Bienne, but in sophisticated Geneva. The collection was intended to represent a new urban elegance. The designers had sought and found a modernistic element in wristwatch design. The collection included rectangular models containing the ultra-slim hand-wound Caliber 620. The synthesis of modernity and timelessness turned out to be just right. Omega De Ville wristwatches won six “Golden Roses” at the Baden-Baden design awards in the 1970s as well as the coveted Grand Prix Triomphe de l’Excellence Européenne. Modern editions of the Deville share this same spirit of elegance and timeless design, such as the Omega DeVille Hour Vision does.

First Co-Axial Escapement (1999)

The Omega De Ville Co-Axial contained automatic Caliber 2500, the first wrist chronometer with a co-axial escapement . The escapement was invented by English master watchmaker George Daniels. Omega developed Daniels’s design so that it could be manufactured in large quantities. Caliber 2500 was a modified self-winding movement from Omega’s Swatch Group sister, ETA. The co-axial escapement went a long way toward solving two fundamental problems that had plagued long- lasting precision timekeeping. First, every change in the viscosity of the lubricant oil detracted from the regularity of the rate behavior. Second, over time, the oil gradually disappeared from the locations where it was most needed in the movement. Daniels revised the architecture of the impulse-giving elements to reduce both the friction and the influence that the lubricant’s viscosity exerted on the balance’s amplitude. Unlike conventional escapements, his co-axial escapement consists of an intervening wheel, a co-axial wheel and a lever with three pallet jewels. The lever acts only when the balance swings counter-clockwise. To fully exploit the advantages of this escapement, 27-jewel Caliber 2500 had a Glucydur balance with a frequency of 28,800 vph and a flat, freely swinging hairspring. The movement debuted in a simple round case for which Omega reactivated the name “De Ville.”

The story doesn’t end yet as in 2014 Omega comes with another great innovation, the first fully antimagnetic movement , that can easily resist magnetic fields up to 15,000 Gauss. A new milestone for the brand that will, without any doubt, continue to make us dream by being one of the leading manufacture of Switzerland.

The original article was published on and is republished here with permission.

Related 5 responses Steve hastings says: 13/06/2016 at 20:56

I have the DeVille that belonged to my great grand father. It is still working better than my Rolex did. My grandfather bought it back in the early 1970’s in little Rock Arkansas, USA. I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW WHERE I CAN HAVE IT CLEANED AND INSPECTED. AND A NEW CRYSTAL PUT ON IT? It still keeps good time it just needs a good cleaning and a crystal. Thank you

Steve hastings says: 13/06/2016 at 21:06

Best timepiece I’ve ever had.

Walt Dunnhoeffer says: 29/11/2016 at 08:27


I would take it to a watchmaker.

Arno says: 11/01/2017 at 09:25

In 2007 Omega launches their most important milestone, the Hour Vision with the 8500 movement. Omega called the Co-Axial movement a turning point for Omega and calibre 8500 the cornerstone of a new series of calibres. This specific calibre is the rehabilitation of a long lasting tradition of in-house manufacturing and emotional calibre 8500 can been seen as the rebirth of Omega. All together the calibre 8500 is a revolutionary horological milestone and a real historical Omega icon.

Arno says: 11/01/2017 at 11:32

For cleaning old Omega watches you can contact Omega, that will be expensive though. Another possibility is to contact watchguy in the UK

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The Story of The Moonwatch – Omega SpeedMaster History March 26, 2015 December 14, 2016 by The Watchology

Story of The Moonwatch is one of the most famous story in the history of timepiece. The Omega Speedmaster was given ‘The Moonwatch’ as it was the first watch worn on the Moon walk mission in the Apollo 11 mission. Later in the same year, the Omega Speedmaster Mark II was born. This is the watch that has been to places where no man has been – Speedmaster the dark side of the moon. The word Professional was later added to Omega Speedmaster to commemorate these achievement. Today, the watch is still in production with numerous modern versions of the original Moonwatch and is known as Omega Speedmaster Professional .

The Story of The Moonwatch – Omega SpeedMaster History

Talk about watches with a ‘story’, talk about The Omega Moonwatch, so here is the ‘back-story’ of the iconic watch. It was the Russians that have triggered the space race called the Amercian Sputnik crisis. The launch of the Soviet Sputnik 1 sent radio pulses of the rocket can be felt on Earth. This brought scientific developments and new technology to our World. On a more peaceful side of our world, comes a game-changing innovation in 1957 – The Omega Speedmaster was born. It was initially designed as a sport chronograph with a tachymeter bezel for measuring of speed. At the at time Omega has already some fame for being the official timekeeper for Olympic Games. But nobody could have imagined what extreme tests are coming at the Omega Speedmaster’s way.

Omega Moonwatch Speedmaster Omega Speedmaster & NASA paths crossed

Trailing Kennedy’s debut to make an American the first man to land on the moon, NASA’s research for dependable timepiece for the space commences. Invitations were sent out for established watch making companies to be part of this history. Extreme testes were carried out for extreme space conditions, and are set to push the watches limit. A selection of 13 watches including Longines Wittnauer, Rolex Daytona, Houston Jeweler and Omega Speedmaster.

The watch making companies had 3 years to prepare for the “Qualification Test Procedures”. The streak of watch tests were extensive and intrusive one. The extreme tests are meant for the extreme space conditions. Some examples are the high variation in temperature from -160 Degree Celsius to as high as +120 Degree Celsius, extreme high pressure (near vacuum) test, humidity, shock, PH value, and acceleration tests.

Omega Moonwatch on the rock The race for the Moonwatch was truly on

The same year these were being carried out on 18 March, news from Soviet Russia astonished the Americans. The first world’s first moonwalk was completed by a Russian Alexey Leonoy. Although Voskhod 2 spacecraft landed successfully, the moonwalk was not a smooth one. It was later found that Leonoy had risked his life, as his suit had expanded due to overheating in space vacuum. Re-entering the capsule and movement around 0 gravity was a challenge due to the effect of his expanded suit.

As far as NASA was concerned, the race was truly on. The Moonwatch has to be selected with much urgency. Fortunately, the test results were ready. The three finalist were Longines’ Wittnauer, Rolex’s Daytona , and The Omega Speedmaster Professional. Longine Wittnauer had a crystal blowout in the humidity and high pressure tests, Rolex Daytona fluctuated during both tests, while the Speedmaster only suffered a timing error during the acceleration and decompression test. We have a winner – The Omega Speedmaster Professional was chosen as The Moonwatch.

Story of The Moonwatch The Adventure for The Speedmaster begins

The Story of The Moonwatch begins. The missions didn’t well with Apollo 1, all three crew were killed in a cabin fire. At Kennedy Space Centre, 113 incomplete adjustment was found on the CM-012 spacecraft.

In an interview with Grissom on the incident: “You sort of have to put that out of your mind. There’s always a possibility that you can have a catastrophic failure, of course; this can happen on any flight. It can happen on the last one as well as the first one. So you just plan as best you can to take care of all these eventualities. You get a well-trained crew and you go fly.”

Despite the tragedy, this comment was echoed and has influenced the continued efforts for the Americans to get to the moon. Since then, the next manned mission launched was Apollo 7, in October 1968.It has a full orbital test of the command and service modules, and with just 2 months after, Apollo 8 took Frank Borman, James Jim Lovell and William Anders back to the moon again. This mission which was supposed to be a low Earth orbit test wasn’t ready in time. The mission was brought forward by 3 months instead of abolishing it. Thus cutting the astronaut’s training and bringing the launch forward. Despite the risk involved, it was mankind’s first visit to the ‘dark-side of the moon’.

Speedmaster dark side of the moon

Speedmaster Dark-side of the moon begins. In 1969, the Russians has again beaten NASA to the first Lunar module test. The Russians has landed their second docking of manned spacecraft, while the Apollo 9 was only launched 2 months later. Apollo 10 followed, finalizing the testing with a lunar module flight within 10 miles of the moon’s surface.

With these, Apollo 11 was ready to land on the moon, together with The Moonwatch. This seems to be the most epic race of the century NASA have to win.

Omega Speedmaster on the Moon

At 18 minutes past 8 on 20th July 1969, the Apollo 11 has landed on the moon’s gray surface. However, it was not a smooth one. One important equipment had failed and Neil Armstrong had to place his Moonwatch as a backup time instrument. This is why the Omega Speedmaster Professional was not worn by the World’s first step on the moon. Instead the The Speedmaster was worn by Edwin Aldrin, second to set foot on the surface of the moon.

Story of the Moonwatch – Mission Accpmplished Speedmaster Moonwatch on the Moon

In the mission technical debrief, Neil Armstrong shared his experience: Our mission timer was out, and we decided we had better leave one wristwatch inside in case it got damaged. We would have at least one working watch to back up the mission timer or to use in place of the mission timer, in case we could not get it going again.

It was mission accomplished and an achievement to be proud of for both NASA and Omega Speedmaster. The time was short for Omega to develop an iconic watch like The Omega Speedmaster Professional, which utlimately earned its’ rightful title as ‘The Moonwatch’.

Read the Story of the Moon Watch.


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