Al Graham and Gerard Mason are partners in an Alaskan trucking company. They quarrel over expenses and losses. Graham has fallen for Tina Boyd, the cashier at a restaurant. Mason's wife, Janet, shows up and makes a play for Graham, and since they were lovers before she threw him over for Mason, Graham and Janet resume their affair. Mason learns of this, and Janet shoots him and forces a truck-mechanic to help her getaway. Graham speeds after them knowing there has been a landslide and hoping to prevent an accident. Written by
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FROM AMERICA'S LAST FRONTIER... an avalanche of Raw Fury... Primitive Passions!
Did You Know?
American Film Institute Catalog credits Ralph Sanford
with the role of Anderson, but Gene Roth
plays Anderson and Sanford is not in the film. See more
The narrator of the opening sequences states that Alaska was purchased by "William Seward, President Lincoln's Secretary of State." While Seward had indeed been Lincoln's Secretary of State, Alaska was purchased in 1867, when Seward was the Secretary under President Andrew Johnson. See more