Sgt. Shane Rollins is assigned to mediate disputes between an advancing railroad track-laying crew and French Canadian trappers in Northwest Canada. Flood, the railroad boss, is ruthless, uncompromising, and sadistic in his methods and recklessly plans to blow up the trappers' lucky cave where their equipment is stored. In addition, he has callously abandoned pretty Indian maiden Nina after meeting beautiful Dawn MacDonald. When Nina commits suicide, Indian trapper Black Wolf vows vengeance and prevents Flood from dynamiting the cave. Although he and Flood kill each other, Rollins and Dawn, who were in the cave, are saved. After Rollins restores peace between the groups, he and Dawn are married.
Gabe Taverney (firstname.lastname@example.org)
29 January 1938 (USA)
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Technicolor Specials (1937-1938 season) #3: Romance Road
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Aspect Ratio: 1.37 : 1
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The railroad will go through with our bones for ballast.
Opening Credit: In the vast Northwest Territory the effective policing by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police has long held the admiration of the civilized world. No finer law-enforcement agency exists anywhere. The Mountie is synonymous with justice, human sympathy, and -- Romance . . . . . . See more
Edited into Musical Movieland
Where the Midnight Sun Meets the Golden Dawn
Music by M.K. Jerome
Lyrics by Jack Scholl
Sung by Walter Cassel See more