Worth watching, for locations, indie prod, Evelyn Brent role
I picked up an old show-at-home (circa 1940s) 16mm print of this film, and have transferred it, scored it and uploaded it to YouTube. This film can be viewed online at http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=69D7AC682F4A0E1C
It's nice to see the film with its original titles; the main cards are stylized text superimposed over woodland shots. There is a lot of great location work in this independent production. The survival rate on Edgar Jones' many short films is not great, and same goes for early roles of Evelyn Brent who plays the love interest. The film is a Canadian Mountie tale of bootleggers and love. The acting and direction is pretty decent as well.
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