“Call of the Yukon” is a 1938 adventure film directed by B. Reeves Eason and starring Richard Arlen, Beverly Roberts, and Lorna Gray.
The movie tells the story of Bob Mason (Richard Arlen), a pilot who is sent to the Yukon to retrieve a valuable cargo of furs from a remote trading post. Along the way, Bob meets Marie (Beverly Roberts), the daughter of the trading post owner, and the two quickly fall in love.
However, their romance is complicated by the presence of John Hudson (William C. McGann), a rival pilot who is also vying for Marie’s affections. As Bob and John compete for the cargo and Marie’s love, they face a number of dangers in the harsh wilderness of the Yukon, including treacherous weather, wild animals, and hostile natives.
The film features breathtaking footage of the Alaskan wilderness and thrilling action sequences, including a dramatic plane crash and a chase on dog sleds. In the end, Bob proves his courage and loyalty as he fights to protect Marie and the cargo from those who would do them harm. “Call of the Yukon” is a classic adventure film that captures the rugged beauty and perilous nature of the Yukon wilderness.
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