Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Filmed on location in Canada, The Wild North stars Stewart Granger as renegade trapper Jules Vincent. Forced to kill in self-defence, Vincent hides out in the wilderness, obliging RCMP constable Pedley (Wendell Corey) to chase after him in some of the most treacherous territory in Northern America. After braving the elements and various wild animals, Vincent and the wounded Pedley are compelled to join forces in order to survive their ordeal. Though his common sense advises him to leave Pedley to die, Vincent's essential decency wins out, and the trapper struggles against the odds to bring the constable back to civilization. Third-billed Cyd Charisse does a little box-office duty in the thankless role of an Indian maiden smitten by Vincent's charms.
accident, blizzard, capture, chase, false-accusation, health, innocence, killing, life-savings, love, Mountie (Royal Canadian Mounted Police), murder, on-the-run, prison, pursuit, safety, self-defense, territory, trapper, unconscious, wild [undomesticated], wilderness, wound [injury]