Directed by Michael Curtiz 1942 (114 minutes)
Starring James Cagney, Brenda Marshall, George Tobias
From the director of Casablanca, James Cagney stars as an aggressive bush pilot who competes for business on the lakes of Northern Canada, and for the heart of the heroine played by Brenda Marshall. After muscling his way into the northern skies, Cagney and his competitors try and take their unconventional flying techniques to the RCAF to fight in World War II. The film is the first Hollywood feature film shot entirely in Canada.