|Directed by||William K. Howard|
|Written by||Henry Blankfort|
|Story by||Tristram Tupper|
|Produced by||King Brothers|
|Cinematography||L. William O'Connell|
|Edited by||Jack Dennis|
|Distributed by||Monogram Pictures|
It was a remake of Klondike.
A neurosurgeon is thrown out of the medical profession after he performs a daring but unsuccessful surgery. He flees to Alaska, where his plane crashes in the frozen wilderness.
- Edmund Lowe as Dr. John Mandre
- Lucile Fairbanks as Peg Campbell
- William Henry as Jim Armstrong
- Ralph Morgan as Dr. Brady
- Robert Middlemass as Sam Armstrong
- Jean Brooks as Rae Langton
- Mary Forbes as Mrs. Langton
- Vince Barnett as Alaska
- Clyde Cook as Yukon
- Marjorie Wood as Ellen
- Monte Blue as Flight Dispatcher
- Kenneth Harlan as Flight Dispatcher
The film was originally known as Law of the Klondike. The lead role was offered to Jack Holt, Ralph Bellamy and William Gargan, each at their regular salary, but all turned it down because they did not wish to be associated with a Monogram Picture.
The film was made for $24,000 over seven and a half days.
The film was a popular success.
- Frank Daugherty (Sep 14, 1945). "Letter From Hollywood". The Christian Science Monitor. p. 4.
- "RAISED EYEBROWS DEPARTMENT". New York Times. Jan 11, 1942. p. X4.
- Schallert, Edwin (May 6, 1942). "DRAMA: Hepburn May Portray Jade in Dragon Seed". Los Angeles Times. p. 23.
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