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North of the Yukon

(aka "Mounted Police")


Columbia Pictures Corporation

Production Dates: December 13 - 29, 1938

Release Date: 1939 03 30 

Running time: 62 minutes (7 reels)

Key book (production) number: 312





Plot Summary

Production and Publicity Stills



Introduction: We have been unable to find a print of this film.



Charles Starrett as RCMP Sgt. Jim Cameron

Dorothy Comingore (Linda Winters) as Jean Duncan

Bob Nolan as RCMP Const.Bob Cameron

Sons of the Pioneers as musicians

Paul Sutton as Pierre Ledoux (Moreaux's killer)

Robert (Robert?) Fiske as Mart Duncan (raider leader)

Vernon Steele as RCMP Insp. Wylie

Edmund Cobb as RCMP Cpl. Hawley

Tom London as Carter

Lane Chandler as Cpl. Atkins

Dick Botiller as Barton (henchman)

Kenne Duncan as Meeker (henchman)

Harry Cording as MacGregor

Wally Wales as uncredited henchman

(according to cue sheets belonging to Laurence Zwisohn)

1. Tumbling Tumbleweeds over opening credits (Bob Nolan)

2. Love Song of the Waterfall (Bob Nolan / Carl Winger [sic] - Bernard Barnes)

3. Ne-Ha-Ne (Bob Nolan)

4. Still Water Pool (Bob Nolan)


Fur trader Jules Moreaux is killed by raiders terrorizing the section patrolled by Canadian Mounties Sergeant Jim Cameron (Charles Starrett) and his brother, Constable Bob Cameron (Bob Nolan), who find Jean Duncan (Dorothy Comingore as Linda Winters) hiding in a backroom of the trading post. She says she is not sure she can identify the gang leader as Pierre Ledoux (Paul Sutton) whom the Mounties suspect. Ledoux reaches Moosehead ahead of the Mounties and reports to Mart Duncan (Robert Fiske), Jean's uncle and secret leader of the fur raiders. LeDoux is ordered to backtrack and try to kill Jean in the event she recognized him, but misses. At the suggestion of RCMP Inspector Wylie (Vernon Steele), Jean goes to work for her uncle, sees Ledoux, but Jim is forced to release him for lack of evidence. Jim is suspended from the Mounties and his actions become suspicious to both the raiders and the Mounties, he attempts to loot Moreaux's cabin and is attacked by LeDoux, there for the same purpose. Jim hides the raider when his brother shows up. Duncan, about to flee town with the raider's money, is stopped by Ledoux, now friendly to Jim. The Mounties arrest Jim for apparently trying to rob Duncan, and he is drummed out of the service and jailed. Ledoux helps him break jail and takes him to the gang's hideout where Jean is a captive. (Written by Les Adams)


Production and Publicity Stills


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Linda Winters


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