North of the Hudson Bay (1923)

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    • North of the Hudson Bay (1923)

      NORTH OF THE YUKON

      DIRECTED BY JOHN FORD
      FOX FILM CORPORATION


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      INFORMATION FROM IMDb

      Plot Summary
      Rancher Michael Dane ( Tom Mix ) goes to northern Canada to join his brother,
      Peter ( Eugene Palette ), who has struck gold with his partner, Angus McKenzie ( Will Walling ).
      En route, Dane meets and falls in love with Estelle McDonald ( Kathleen Key ).
      Arriving at the trading post, Dane discovers that Peter has been murdered.
      # Local authorities accuse McKenzie and summarily sentence him
      to walk the "death trail," a kind of torture involving starvation and exposure
      in which the prisoner is made to walk, accompanied by guards, until he dies.
      Dane becomes an object of the same torture when he tries to help the wrongfully accused man.
      They both escape, and Dane gets into a terrific fight with a pack of wolves.
      Estelle follows the group in a canoe, pursued by Cameron McDonald ( Frank Campeau ),
      her uncle, who is the real murderer of Peter Dane.
      McDonald dies after a thrilling chase over a waterfall,
      and Dane and Estelle escape to civilization
      Written by Pamela Short

      Cast
      Tom Mix ... Michael Dane
      Kathleen Key ... Estelle McDonald
      Jennie Lee ... Dane's mother
      Frank Campeau ... Cameron McDonald
      Eugene Pallette ... Peter Dane
      Will Walling ... Angus McKenzie
      Frank Leigh ... Jeffrey Clough
      Fred Kohler ... Armand LeMoir

      Directed
      John Ford

      Writing Credits
      Jules Furthman ... (screenplay)
      Jules Furthman ... (story)
      Cinematography
      Daniel B. Clark
      Best Wishes
      Keith
      London- England

      The post was edited 3 times, last by ethanedwards ().

    • North of the Yukon (1923)

      North of Hudson Bay is a 1923 American action film directed by John Ford.

      Approximately 40 minutes of footage still exist.[

      User Review

      North of Hudson Bay (1923) -- Sadly Incomplete
      10 August 2015 | by Pamela Short (Canada)

      pamela wrote:

      Rancher Michael Dane ( Tom Mix ) goes to northern Canada to join his brother,

      Peter ( Eugene Palette ), who has struck gold with his partner, Angus McKenzie ( Will Walling ).
      En route, Dane meets and falls in love with Estelle McDonald ( Kathleen Key ).
      Arriving at the trading post, Dane discovers that Peter has been murdered.
      # Local authorities accuse McKenzie and summarily sentence him
      to walk the "death trail," a kind of torture involving starvation and exposure
      in which the prisoner is made to walk, accompanied by guards, until he dies.
      Dane becomes an object of the same torture when he tries to help the wrongfully accused man.
      They both escape, and Dane gets into a terrific fight with a pack of wolves.
      Estelle follows the group in a canoe, pursued by Cameron McDonald ( Frank Campeau ),
      her uncle, who is the real murderer of Peter Dane.
      McDonald dies after a thrilling chase over a waterfall,
      and Dane and Estelle escape to civilization.

      This 1923 silent adventure/drama was produced by the Fox Film Corporation,
      directed by John ford and starring Tom Mix.

      This silent survives incomplete, sadly approximately 40 minutes are now known to exist.
      Files
      Best Wishes
      Keith
      London- England

      The post was edited 3 times, last by ethanedwards ().