Matt Blaine and his son, Jim, and their men, rob John Dawson's bank, although Jim doesn't approve, even though Dawson jumped Matt's mining claim. Their accomplices double-cross them and the... See full summary »

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Kirby Grant ...
Bob McDonald
Suzanne Dalbert ...
Marie Laroux
Bill Edwards ...
Jim Blaine
Iris Adrian ...
Paula
Dan Seymour ...
Tom Laroux
William Forrest ...
Dawson
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Muskeg Joe
Maynard Holmes ...
Henchman Buck
Peter Mamakos ...
Henchman Rand
Guy Beach ...
Matt Blaine
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Rogers
Dick Elliott ...
Editor Sullivan
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Poleon
Bill Kennedy ...
Constable
Harrison Hearne ...
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Matt Blaine and his son, Jim, and their men, rob John Dawson's bank, although Jim doesn't approve, even though Dawson jumped Matt's mining claim. Their accomplices double-cross them and the Blaines escape by canoe. They are followed and meet Royal Candian Mounted Policeman Bob McDonald, who helps them fight until all three men are wounded. Aided by Chinook, McDonald's dog, they escape but Matt dies. McDonald then sets out to prove that Dawson was the real culprit. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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ROARING NORTHWOODS ADVENTURE...from the punch-packed pen of JAMES OLIVER CURWOOD See more »


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31 July 1949 (USA)  »

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The great white north ................
17 November 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This 1949 western features Kirby "Sky King" Grant and his faithful canine servant "Chinook". Grant is a heroic member of the Mounties on the trail of bank Robbers who ripped off a crooked Banker/Claim Jumper.Kirby and his faithful sidekick rush to the rescue and save the day !

This film was a standard programmer, with good action but few surprises. It reminded me a little of the Sgt Preston of the Yukon series. Kirby Grant was very convincing in his role. Look fast for Jay "Tonto" Silverheels in a small role here.

Fans of Call of the Wild or similar works will enjoy this adventure film. It is a good way to pass an hour of leisure time. Enjoy !


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