A girl, Anita Wayne, finds herself an heiress of her mother's estate, but learns that her father lives in Alaska. Determined to find her father she travels to a mining town in the Klondike, but runs into "Cash" Gynon (a villainous saloon keeper) who claims to be her father. When the town drunkard, Old Skin Full, turns out to be her father, she is rescued by Jim Winston (a gold miner who recently discovered gold) when he fights Gynon who falls into a crevasse and dies.
That magic word brought thousands to Alaska, and in their wake came thousands more-gamblers, thieves, wantons, and human driftwood. One man's fight for the girl he loves in this cruel, hard country provides the theme for one of the screen's great pictures. (Print Ad- Auckland Star, ((Auckland, NZ)) 14 September 1929)
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