|Call of the Yukon 1938 N/R, 70 min.|
Director: B. Reeves Eason, John T. Coyle
Cast: Richard Arlen, Beverly Roberts, Lyle Talbot, Garry Owen, Mala, Ivan Miller, Jimmy Lono, Emory Parnell, Al St. John, Charles Anthony Hughes
Author Jean (Beverly Roberts)–along with her bear cubs, a collie, and a talking rook–heads to the Yukon to find material for a novel. She meets a trader, Gaston (Richard Arlen), and the two decide to head home when winter conditions deteriorate. The ice breaks and they lose the dog sled. But help is on the way from another traveler, and the adventures and romances continue. Cheap.
|Robinson Crusoe of Clipper Island 1937 N/R, 260 min.|
Genre: Action / Adventure / Romance
Director: Ray Taylor, Mack V. Wright
Cast: Mala, Mamo Clark, Herbert Rawlinson, William Newell, John Ward, Selmer Jackson, John Dilson, John Picorri, George Chesebro, Bob Kortman, George Cleveland, Lloyd Whitlock, Tracy Roebuck, Herbert Weber, Anthony Pawley
A U.S. Intelligence Agency sends Agent Mala (Mala) to a South Pacific island to investigate the destruction of a dirigible, which had stopped for refueling. Mala finds that spies on the island are using their technology to cause volcanic eruptions to keep the natives in line while they do their spy work. A 14-episode serial.
|1. Call of the Yukon (1938)|
2. The Jungle Princess (1936)
3. Robinson Crusoe of Clipper Island (1937)
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