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Even people habitually hostile to John Wayne movies tend to cast an indulgent eye on this rumbustious comedy-Western--partly because the Alaska gold rush setting seems more exotic than, say, Texas or Arizona, and because there are no Indians to discriminate against and no macho gunplay to fret about. As for John Wayne as all-purpose icon of male chauvinism, Big Sam McCord (the Duke) spends much of North to Alaska in a state of growing discombobulation because he has fallen in love with, and is thoroughly flummoxed by, "Angel" (Capucine), the woman he's brought back from Seattle to marry his heartsick partner George (Stewart Granger). Henry Hathaway directs in a broader vein than usual, but he hits pay dirt. Even Fabian, the latest pop music idol to be dragooned into supporting the elder roughnecks, is fun, and Ernie Kovacs is droll casting as chief "villain." --Richard T. Jameson --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
One of the Duke's greatest pictures in my personal opinion. Beautiful scenery and great acting. Add it to your collection.Published 7 months ago by Ladybird
pretty good but not a 5-start in my books. I like John better in the western movies.Published 10 months ago by Stanley
One of the top 5 or 10 Movies that John Wayne made, in my opinion of course.....Published 11 months ago by Ron Miller
Great John Wayne western gets him away from the sagebrush and desert into Alaska (actually filmed in northern California). Read morePublished 12 months ago by Donylo