Langley Barnes goes to the North Country to seek peace, after being deserted by his wife, and falls in love with Christine, the daughter of Angus Garth, a factor made mad by the isolation. Despite the fact that he is not divorced, Langley marries Christine in an illegal ceremony. Captain Churchill arrives to erect a radio transmitter and, returning to the United States, marries Langley's wife, who has in the interim obtained a divorce. Churchill broadcasts news of the divorce to the North Country, and Langley and Christine can now become legally married.
A tense drama of the snow wastes where men go mad from the last and greatest novel of EMERSON HOUGH (Print Ad-The Sandusky Register, ((Sandusky, Ohio)) 23 February 1926)
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Filmed in Hollywood in a single-strip stereoscopic (3D) process developed by Max O. Miller and released on 20 December 1925. See more