Wild Geese Calling
|Wild Geese Calling|
|Directed by||John Brahm|
|Produced by||Harry Joe Brown|
|Written by||Horace McCoy
Stewart Edward White (novel)
|Music by||Alfred Newman|
|Edited by||Walter Thompson|
|Distributed by||20th Century-Fox|
Wild Geese Calling is a 1941 film made by 20th Century-Fox, directed by John Brahm and starring Henry Fonda and Joan Bennett. The screenplay was written by Horace McCoy, based on a novel by Stewart Edward White. The music score is by Alfred Newman.
A lumberjack, John, travels to Alaska from Seattle in search of gold. He marries a dance-hall girl named Sally, but soon finds that she was once in love with his best friend, Blackie.
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