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Northwest Passage (also know as 'Northwest Passage' (Book I -- Rogers' Rangers)) full movie is released on Feb 23, 1940. Watch Northwest Passage online - the English Adventure movie from United States. Northwest Passage is directed by King Vidor,Jack Conway,W.S. Van Dyke and created by Laurence Stallings with Spencer Tracy and Robert Young. Northwest Passage is available online on Pure Flix and The Film Detective.

Based on the Kenneth Roberts novel of the same name, this film tells the story of two friends who join Rogers' Rangers, as the legendary elite force engages the enemy during the French and Indian War. The film focuses on their famous raid at Fort St. Francis and their marches before and after the battle.

As know as:

'Northwest Passage' (Book I -- Rogers' Rangers), Severo-zapadnyy prokhod, Pasaje al noroeste, Nordvästpassagen, Cesta na severozápad


United States



Production Companies:

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)


Half Men - Half Demons . . . Warriors Such As The World Has Never Known . . . They Lived With Death and Danger For The Women Who Hungered For Their Love !, The Big Picture that was made in our own Pacific Northwest, MIGHTY DRAMA OF THE SAVAGE FRONTIER! (original print ad - all caps), Ripped From History's Most Turbulent Pages! Tracy plays the most astounding character history ever gave to the screen! A man half god, half demon! A battle-ax in his fist! A laugh on his lips! (Print Ad- Spokesman-Review, ((Spokane, Wash.)) 21 February 1940), THE GREATEST AMERICAN NOVEL SINCE "GONE WITH THE WIND" COMES TO THE SCREEN IN GLORIOUS TECHNICOLOR! (print ad - Amarillo Globe Times - Paramount Theatre - Amarilllo, Texas - Feb. 28, 1940 - all caps0, NOT EVEN "MUTINY ON THE BOUNTY" PACKED SUCH SAVAGE, UNTAMED POWER! The most glorious of all screen adventures...thrill-jammed, star-studded, a Technicolor triumph! (Print Ad-Daily News-Dispatch, ((Jeanette, Penna.)) 28 March 1940), SAVAGE, UNTAMED POWER! Half god! Half Demon! A battle axe in his fists! A laugh on his lips! (Print Ad- Spartanburg Herald-Journal, ((Spartanburg, SC)) 30 June 1940)

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