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The Wild North (10-May-1952)

Director: Andrew Marton

Writer: Frank Fenton

Musical Score by: Bronislau Kaper

Producer: Stephen Ames

Keywords: Western

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Cyd Charisse
Dancer
8-Mar-1922 17-Jun-2008 Vamp dancer in Singin' in the Rain
Wendell Corey
Actor
20-Mar-1914 8-Nov-1968 Desert Fury
Stewart Granger
Actor
6-May-1913 16-Aug-1993 King Solomon's Mines
Ray Teal
Actor
12-Jan-1902 2-Apr-1976 Sheriff Roy Coffee on Bonanza
John War Eagle
Actor
8-Jun-1901 7-Feb-1991 The Man from Laramie

CAST

Starring
Stewart Granger   ...   Jules Vincent
Wendell Corey   ...   Constable Pedley
with
Cyd Charisse   ...   Indian Girl
Morgan Farley   ...   Fr. Simon
J. M. Kerrigan   ...   Callahan
Howard Petrie   ...   Brody
Houseley Stevenson   ...   Old Man
Lewis Martin   ...   Sergeant
John War Eagle   ...   Indian Chief
Ray Teal   ...   Ruger
Clancy Cooper   ...   Sloan

REVIEWS

Review by anonymous (posted on 27-Sep-2006)

Stewart Granger was one of my favorite actors. Both my brothers saw the wild north when they went to wash.d.c. on a High School trip. When they returned they told me about the movie. Since I was much younger than my brothers, it was some years later I got the chance to see the movie. I thing this is a classic and I saw it not long ago on TCM channel. I have been a Granger fan every since. If you have not seen this movie, I would suggest you do so. They just don't make good movies like this one anymore. Plus Granger was a great actor. I read somewhere he did his own stunts in this movie.


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