A lumberman (Wayne Morris) and a gambling-house lady (Claire Trevor) thwart Easterners eyeing the California Redwoods.
Did You Know?
This film was remade in a black&white version in 1940 with the title "King of Lumberjacks". The two stories are very similar. They use all of the action footage from the train wreck. While substituting the 1940 actors for the 1938 actors during close-ups. In the 1940's version there wasn't bad guy as such. Just two men in love with the same woman. And one of the men is much older and only has one arm. See more
When Bill and Lee go on their fishing hike, after he helps her down from a giant log, a moving shadow of the boom microphone can be seen on the foliage to the right in the shot. See more
C'mon you bo-hunks. Let's get a move on!
Music by Jean Schwartz
Lyrics by William Jerome
Sung by the drunk men as they enter the Milwaukee saloon
Also played when Steve tells Lee that he wants her to start right away
Whistled by Fingers in the covered wagon See more