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Arctic Flight (1952)

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Mike Wein, an Alaskan bush pilot operating the the Bering Sea area, makes friends with John W. Wetherby, posing as a wealth United States businessman. But, in reality, he is a Russian spy ... See full summary »

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Mike Wein
Lola Albright ...
Martha Raymond
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John W. Wetherby
Carol Thurston ...
Saranna Koonuk
Phil Tead ...
Squid Tucker
Thomas Richards Sr. ...
Dave Karluck (as Tom Richards)
Anthony Garson ...
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Kenneth MacDonald ...
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Paul Bryar ...
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Mike Wein, an Alaskan bush pilot operating the the Bering Sea area, makes friends with John W. Wetherby, posing as a wealth United States businessman. But, in reality, he is a Russian spy on his way to Siberia carrying microfilms of the United States' defense installations. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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TRAPPED...IN THE ICY CLAWS OF THE ARCTIC CIRCLE! (original poster-all caps) See more »


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19 October 1952 (USA)  »

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The Cold, Cold War
30 April 2014 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This B-movie rises above it's limitations to make an exciting, unusual thriller Set in in Alaska, with at least some location work, surprising for a Monogram picture, it feels cold just watching it. The background is populated with Eskimos/Inuits which helps, although the story involves white people. Reliable Wayne Morris is a freelance pilot, hired by jolly Alan Hale to help help hunt down a polar bear, for sporting reasons. With many references to how close Russia is, and with the Cold War in full flow, it isn't a shock when the plot turns into a spy thriller Lola Albright, always underused by Hollywood, is a feisty frontier gal, who loves Morris The most alarming scenes involve the polar bear hunt, as the beast is ruthlessly shot down and skinned, it's remains discarded on the ice, as Hale claims his trophy. Harsh scenes for modern viewers. But the rest is mostly a fine, tense thriller, directed by veteran Lew Landers, with a sure hand


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