Thursday, May 20, 2010


Der Schrei der schwarzen Wölfe – German title
Ulvens son - Danish title
Mustan suden huuto – Finnish title
Le hurlement des loups – French title
Il cacciatore solitario – Italian title
Terror i villmarken – Norwegian title
El aullido de los lobos – Spanish title
Vargens son – Swedish title
Kurtlar – Turkish title
Avontuur in Alaska City - ? title
Cry of the Black Wolves – English title

A 1972 German production [Lisa-Film (Munich)]
Producer: Karl Spiehs
Director: Dr. Harald Reinl (Karl Reiner)
Story: “Son of the Wolf” by Jack London (John Chaney)
Screenplay: Kurt Nachmann
Cinematography: Franz X. Lederle (Franz Xaver Lederle) [Eastmancolor]
Music: Gerhard Heinz
Running time: 89 minutes

Bill Robin/Robinson - Ron Ely (Ronald Pierce)
Jack Harper - Raimund Harmstorf
Frona Williams - Gila von Weitershausen
Jimmy - Jean-Claude Hoffman
Akaena - Catherine Conti (Catherina Conti)
Nicholas Morse - Carl Lange
Tornado Kid - Arthur Brauss (Artur Brauss)
Mike Williams - Toni Berger
Forester - Alexander Grill
Betty Taylor - Angelica Ott
Stumpy - Hans Terofal (Hans Seitz)
Joe - Dan van Husen (Daniel van Husen)
Roy Murdock - Kurt Bülau (Kurt Bulwatsch)
Tom Lafferty - Gunter Clemens
Polly - Undine Frohlich
Sara - Karin Lorson
Sam Jenkins - Heinrich Schweiger
with; Jan Groib, Sigfrit Steiner (Siegfried Steiner), Ernst H. Hilbich (Ernst Hilbich)

In Happy Camp, Alaska 1903. The paradoxical name of the mining town where fortune hunters set out in search of gold and riches in the untamed wilderness of the North Country. It's every man for himself in this Jack London thrilling western. Bill Robin/Robinson a rugged man of the wilderness must fight for survival against nature and a ruthless bounty hunter sent to bring him in dead-or-alive for a murder he did not commit. The film is based on London's novel “Son of the Wolf”.

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