Wolf Call (film)

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Wolf Call
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Directed by George Waggner
Written by Jack London (novel)
George Waggner
Produced by Paul Malvern
Starring John Carroll
George Lynn
Cinematography Fred Jackman Jr.
Edited by Carl Pierson
Music by Edward J. Kay
Monogram Pictures
Distributed by Monogram Pictures
Release date
  • May 22, 1939 (1939-05-22)
Running time
62 minutes
CountryUnited States

Wolf Call is a 1939 American Western film directed by George Waggner and starring John Carroll, Movita and George Lynn. [1] A New York playboy is sent by his father to investigate his radium mine in Canada.



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  1. Pitts p.404