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March 1960 (Jamaica) See more »
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Digest of 3 "Northwest Passage" (1958) 30-minute episodes: 2 by director George Waggner, and the central episode, 'The Break-Out' (first aired 19 October 1958), by Jacques Tourneur. | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)
Keith Larsen ... Major Robert Rogers (archive footage)

Buddy Ebsen ... Hunk Marriner (archive footage)
Don Burnett ... Langdon Towne (archive footage)
Taina Elg ... Audrey Bonay (archive footage)
Philip Tonge ... General Amherst (archive footage)

Alan Hale Jr. ... Sam Beal (archive footage)

Patrick Macnee ... Colonel Trent (archive footage)

Adam Williams ... (archive footage)

Sandy Kenyon ... (archive footage)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Bruce Gordon

Directed by
Jacques Tourneur 
George Waggner  (as george waGGner)
 
Writing credits
Kenneth Roberts (novel "Northwest Passage")

Gerald Drayson Adams 

Produced by
Adrian Samish .... producer
 
Original Music by
Raoul Kraushaar 
 
Cinematography by
Harkness Smith 
William W. Spencer  (as William Spencer)
Harold E. Wellman 
 
Film Editing by
Ira Heymann 
Jack Kampschroer 
Frank Santillo 
 
Art Direction by
William A. Horning 
Merrill Pye 
 
Set Decoration by
F. Keogh Gleason  (as Keogh Gleason)
Henry Grace 
Jack Mills 
Richard Pefferle 
 
Makeup Department
William Tuttle .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Samuel Marx .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Robert H. Justman .... assistant director (as Bob Justman)
 
Sound Department
Franklin Milton .... sound
 
Other crew
Mildred Le Vaux .... production assistant (as Mildred LeVaux)
 

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Sweden:79 min | USA:80 min | West Germany:78 min
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Color (Metrocolor)
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Remake of Northwest Passage (1940)See more »

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Excuse, please...this is not a movie., 8 December 2002

Well, it is sort of...if you count two TV episodes stitched together and released as a feature film to an unsuspecting public unaware of the original source. Those who had TV sets were most likely a bit hacked when they realized they had paid money to see what they had already seen at home for free. The producers of this TV series evidently didn't think America's Good Neighbor Policy applied in countries that didn't get the TV series with Keith Larsen and Buddy Ebsen, so they shipped this out as a "real' movie. Tourneur and George Waggner were not co-directors. Each directed a different episode. Evidently, the editor who stitched this together did a good job on those who didn't notice there were two different storys. Check out Universal's 1946 "Canyon Passage" if you want to see a 'good' western directed by Jacques Tourneur.

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