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Arctic Fury


The gestation of Arctic Fury is more interesting than the film itself. In 1936, pioneer cinematographer Norman Dawn joined forces with Universal head Carl Laemmle to produce Tundra, a semidocumentary account of the life of Alaska's "flying doctor," Thomas Barlow. When the Laemmle regime collapsed at Universal, cameraman/co-director Dawn received funding from Burrough-Tarzan productions, an independent firm set up by Tarzan creator Edgar Rice Burroughs. After seven months' location filming in the Yukon...more