Director: W.S. Van Dyke
Cast: Jeanette MacDonald, Nelson Eddy, Reginald Owen, Una O'Connor, George Regas, James Stewart,
Allan Jones David Niven, Alan Mowbray, Herman Bing, Gilda Grey
Songs: "Rose Marie," "Song of the Mounties," "Indian Love Call," "Totem Tom-Tom"
Music by Rudolf Friml
The second teaming of MacDonald and Eddy turned out to be a bigger smash hit than Naughty Marietta. Their duet, "Indian Love Call," would become associated with them for the rest of their lives. MacDonald played a glamourous opera star in Montreal whose brother is on the run from the law in the Canadian wilderness. She goes incognito to search for her brother, not realizing that the Canadian Mounted police she has befriended is also on the hunt for him. The film was based on the stage production by Arthur Hammerstein.