Sign of the Wolf (March 25, 1941)

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Jack London's Sign of the Wolf
 

Released on March 25, 1941: When dog-breeder Judy Weston's plane crashes in the Canadian wilderness, dog Grey Shadow runs for help, but later is framed by fur thieves as a killer wolf and is going to be shot.

Produced by Paul Malvern

Directed by Howard Bretherton

The Actors: Michael Whalen (Rod Freeman), Grace Bradley (Judy Weston), Darryl Hickman (Billy Freeman), Mantan Moreland (Ben), Louise Beavers (Beulah), Wade Crosby (Mort Gunning), Tony Paton (henchman Red Fargo), Joseph E. Bernard (Hank), Ed Brady (Jules), Eddie Kane (Jack Martin), Brandon Hurst (Doctor Morton), Herman Hack (fur trapper), I. Stanford Jolley (dog show announcer), Nelson McDowell (fur trapper), Milburn Morante (fur trapper), Hal Price (fur trapper)

 

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Dogs and the people who love them

As I write this the Westminster Dog Show is going to allow 'mutts' to compete for the first time in 120+ years of its history. In this Jack London thriller we watch two Canadian dogs compete in the tenth annual dog show . . . Canadian dog breeder Judy Weston, played by Grace Bradley, and her trainer Ben, played by Mantan Moreland, are showing two of their dogs, Grey Shadow and Smokey. Smokey is the favorite but both dogs will be competing also . . . Unfortunately Grey Shadow causes them both to be disqualified, and owner Grace Bradley decides to sell Shadow and separate the two dogs. Fortunately for us trainer Ben hides Shadow in the back of the small plane that Grace will be flying back to Canada with, because the plane crashes in the frozen wilderness of Canada and it is Shadow that escapes the crash and finds help from fox breeder Rod Freeman, played by Michael Whalen, and his young brother Billy, played by Darryl Hickman. Now here is where it gets real interesting . . . . Shadow, Ben and Grace are together at Rod's fox farm to recover, but Smokey has wandered off and is discovered by fur outlaws and helps them become the scourge of the area, and at the same time framing Shadow as the wolf killer. Jack London, after experiencing the wild side of wilderness life, wrote a book named 'Call of the Wild' in 1903 and became an instant legend. His stories of man and beast against the elements and against each other have fascinated the world ever since. His books were required reading when I was a youngster. If you love dogs . . . if you believe that a dog is sometimes smarter than some of us . . . if your heart warms when you see the obvious love as a young child hugs a big dog . . . settle in for one wonderful hour of adventure, love, struggle and happy endings with Grey Shadow and Smokey as they capture your heart. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter on it and enjoy the show.

Grey Shadow
Grey Shadow
Brandon Hurst and Michael Whalen
Brandon Hurst and Michael Whalen
Darryl Hickman and Louise Beavers
Darryl Hickman and Louise Beavers
Darryl Hickman and Michael Whalen
Darryl Hickman and Michael Whalen
Darryl Hickman cries as Shadow runs away
Darryl Hickman cries as Shadow runs away
Eddie Kane
Eddie Kane
Grace Bradley
Grace Bradley
I. Stanford Jolley
June Travis and Dean Jagger
Darryl Hickman frees Shadow
Darryl Hickman frees Shadowl
Louise Beavers and Mantan Moreland
Louise Beavers and Mantan Moreland
Louise Beavers
Louise Beavers
Louise Beavers
Louise Beavers
Mantan Moreland and Michael Whalen
Mantan Moreland and Michael Whalen
Mantan Moreland and Grey Shadow
Mantan Moreland and Grey Shadow
Michael Whalen
Michael Whalen
Wade Crosby and Tony Paton
Wade Crosby and Tony Paton
Michael Whalen, Darrly Hickman and Grace Bradley
Michael Whalen, Darrly Hickman and Grace Bradley
Mantan Moreland and Louise Beavers
Mantan Moreland and Louise Beavers