Halfwit Indian Akaena promises a fictitious treasure to anyone who takes her down south where the sun always shines. Trapper Bill Robinson, an honest fur trader in Alaska, refuses to sell ... See full summary »
Halfwit Indian Akaena promises a fictitious treasure to anyone who takes her down south where the sun always shines. Trapper Bill Robinson, an honest fur trader in Alaska, refuses to sell his dog sled to dishonest gold-digger Mike Williams, who steals it at gunpoint. While Akaena proves unable to keep her promise, Mike is shot before he can kill her. His corps is found on Bill's sled, making him the suspect as conniving crook gangs arrive in town. Written by
This must be the worst film ever made in the history of films! It was so bad (acting, dialogs, plot, stunts, etc.) that it was almost embarrassing to watch. It made me wonder how desperate the actors must have been to sign a contract for a film of such low quality. I almost felt sorry for them. It would be impossible to write a spoiler for this one because it was so foreseeable that you'll know how it's going to end once you're about 10 minutes into the story. When I first saw one of the terrible German "Winnetou" movies I thought the film industry had finally hit rock bottom, but this is even worse because it even lacks what little sense of humor there was in the Karl May movies. A total waste of time and celluloid!
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