Sergeant Malone of the Mounties and effeminate Etienne Doray are both in love with Rose-Marie, but she doesn't light up until soldier of fortune Jim Kenyon drifts into the post. Soon Jim is accused of murder but he escapes. To save him Rose-marie agrees to marry influential Etienne. Meanwhile, Malone is chasing the real murderer Black Bastien. Malone is killed, Black escapes and Jim is exonerated.
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A thrill in a thousand! A film sensation from the play that ran two years!
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Did You Know?
When MGM released its 1954 remake of Rose Marie, the studio ceased further distribution of its earlier film versions so as not to compete with the remake's box office take. The 1928 silent film disappeared entirely, and is now considered lost. The 1936 version turned up on television with a new title, Indian Love Call, to minimize confusion, as the more recent 1954 version was also leased to local television stations. See more
Referenced in M*A*S*H: Inga