Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Georgia Hale, who scored a hit as Charlie Chaplin's vis-a-vis in The Gold Rush, heads the cast of Gypsy of the North. As in the Chaplin film, Hale is cast as a brassy Klondike dance-hall girl with a heart of gold. This time, she is pursued by such ardent swains as Steve Farrell (Huntley Gordon) and Chappie Evans (Jack Dougherty). Production values in Gypsy of the North are pretty shoddy, save for the well-photographed exteriors, evidently filmed in the snowier regions of Northern California. The film was put together by Rayart Productions, the precursor to Monogram Pictures.
dance [art], gypsy