Men of the North Trailer

Men of the North Trailer (1930)

27 September 1930 Drama, Western 61 mins

Part of a gold shipment has been stolen and the Sergeant suspects Louis LeBey. When Louis is attracted to newly arrived Nedra Ruskin, Woolie-Woolie becomes jealous and tells the Sergeant where Louis hid the gold. First Louis rescues the Sergeant whose dog team crashes chasing him and then he saves Nedra from an avalanche. When he returns the injured Nedra to the settlement, the Sergeant takes him prisoner.

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Cast

Gilbert Roland

as Louis La Bey aka Monsieur Le Fox

Barbara Leonard

as Nedra Ruskin

Arnold Korff

as John Ruskin

Robert Elliott

as Sergeant Mooney

George Davis

as Corporal Smith

Nina Quartero

as Woolie-Woolie

Robert Graves

as Priest

Helmut Gorin

as Minor Role

Margaret Mann

as Mother Macheney

Lew Meehan

as Man with Beer

Fletcher Norton

as Charlie Cateye

Bud Osborne

as Man at Dance

Crew

Hal Roach

Director

Ray Binger

Ray Binger Cinematography

Tom Held

Tom Held Editor

Cedric Gibbons

Cedric Gibbons Art Direction

International Releases Dates

United States 27 September 1930

Production Companies

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