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Sergeant Renfrew and his dog Lightning hunt down a gang of currency smugglers, counterfeiters and the killer of a Mountie. All trails seem to lead to the Totem Pole Lodge resort, where Renfrew's culinary rival is cooking up a heap of trouble.
Counterfeit bills are being printed in Canada and shipped across the border hidden in blocks of ice. When the counterfeiters force engraver Bronson to make a new plate, he inscribes a tiny help message on it. Renfrew catches a henchman who has one of the new bills. A magnifying glass lets him read the message and he heads out alone to round up the counterfeiters.
So you might be asking yourself what would possess a film company like Grand National to come out with a picture about a singing Mountie. Actually, Mountie films in the mid to late 1930's were quite popular, and the singing cowboy craze was pretty much in full swing with the likes of Gene Autry. James Newill himself performed as a big band singer, and even though a lot of his career remains unknown, he did appear in a series of these films which began with "Renfrew of the Royal Mounted".
Quite honestly, you probably won't find another Western type genre film with a similar plot element. In this one, smugglers are moving hot money on ice, that is to say, a counterfeiting ring goes to the trouble of smuggling forged bills inside the body cavities of rainbow trout that are frozen in blocks of ice! Yes, you read that right. You'll have to see it to believe it, but once the story got going, I had to give the writers some credit for the ingenuity shown here. Of course, if this ever happened for real I don't know, but it seems to me that counterfeit money traveling inside fish would have been difficult to pass the smell test, let alone whether determining if the bills were real or not.
It might not seem on the face of it that this story would be remotely entertaining, but James Newill does give a spirited rendition of the Barbecue Bill song in the early going. It seems that he's a top contender for the best barbecue sauce in Canada contest, and wouldn't you know it, his number one competitor is the mastermind of the counterfeiting ring, George Poulis (William Royle). It's better not to try to understand all this stuff, just go with the flow of the story.
Renfrew winds up with a romantic interest in the picture, Virginia Bronson (Carol Hughes), who's father is one of the counterfeiters but is attempting to go straight. I find it interesting that Hughes was also the leading lady in Roy Rogers' first starring film the following year, in "Under Western Stars" for Republic Studios.
Also on hand as a henchman for the bad guys is Chief Thundercloud, who's earliest claim to fame might have been as the original screen Tonto in the 1938 serial "The Lone Ranger". The Chief would team up with James Newill's Renfrew once more in 1940's "Murder on the Yukon". I haven't seen that one yet, but I can just imagine.
This is one of a series of Renfrew films. Renfrew is a Mountie -- actually, a Singing Mountie, so he's bound to burst into song during the course of the film.
The story is not profound, and has a tad of the science-fictional invention in it. A gang of crooks has a member who's invented a kind of ray gun, carefully explained as a gun that sends out a tight beam of microwaves to short out the magnetos of an airplane. His invention works, but not well enough, so a university


Renfrew Of The Royal Mounted Online Free

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Sergeant Renfrew and his dog Lightning hunt down a gang of currency smugglers, counterfeiters and the killer of a Mountie. All trails seem to lead to the Totem Pole Lodge resort, where Renfrew's culinary rival is cooking up a heap of trouble.
Counterfeit bills are being printed in Canada and shipped across the border hidden in blocks of ice. When the counterfeiters force engraver Bronson to make a new plate, he inscribes a tiny help message on it. Renfrew catches a henchman who has one of the new bills. A magnifying glass lets him read the message and he heads out alone to round up the counterfeiters.
So you might be asking yourself what would possess a film company like Grand National to come out with a picture about a singing Mountie. Actually, Mountie films in the mid to late 1930's were quite popular, and the singing cowboy craze was pretty much in full swing with the likes of Gene Autry. James Newill himself performed as a big band singer, and even though a lot of his career remains unknown, he did appear in a series of these films which began with "Renfrew of the Royal Mounted".

Quite honestly, you probably won't find another Western type genre film with a similar plot element. In this one, smugglers are moving hot money on ice, that is to say, a counterfeiting ring goes to the trouble of smuggling forged bills inside the body cavities of rainbow trout that are frozen in blocks of ice! Yes, you read that right. You'll have to see it to believe it, but once the story got going, I had to give the writers some credit for the ingenuity shown here. Of course, if this ever happened for real I don't know, but it seems to me that counterfeit money traveling inside fish would have been difficult to pass the smell test, let alone whether determining if the bills were real or not.

It might not seem on the face of it that this story would be remotely entertaining, but James Newill does give a spirited rendition of the Barbecue Bill song in the early going. It seems that he's a top contender for the best barbecue sauce in Canada contest, and wouldn't you know it, his number one competitor is the mastermind of the counterfeiting ring, George Poulis (William Royle). It's better not to try to understand all this stuff, just go with the flow of the story.

Renfrew winds up with a romantic interest in the picture, Virginia Bronson (Carol Hughes), who's father is one of the counterfeiters but is attempting to go straight. I find it interesting that Hughes was also the leading lady in Roy Rogers' first starring film the following year, in "Under Western Stars" for Republic Studios.

Also on hand as a henchman for the bad guys is Chief Thundercloud, who's earliest claim to fame might have been as the original screen Tonto in the 1938 serial "The Lone Ranger". The Chief would team up with James Newill's Renfrew once more in 1940's "Murder on the Yukon". I haven't seen that one yet, but I can just imagine.
This is one of a series of Renfrew films. Renfrew is a Mountie -- actually, a Singing Mountie, so he's bound to burst into song during the course of the film.

The story is not profound, and has a tad of the science-fictional invention in it. A gang of crooks has a member who's invented a kind of ray gun, carefully explained as a gun that sends out a tight beam of microwaves to short out the magnetos of an airplane. His invention works, but not well enough, so a university professor is tricked into helping them upgrade the device. The professor is led to believe that he's helping to perfect an antiaircraft device for national defense.

The crooks have planted a bug in the offices of a gold mine, and thus can overhear the plans for gold shipments. However, these are relayed to them by a person who pretends to be an amateur radio operator, with the information buried in children's stories.

Sgt. Renfrew is multitalented, being among other things, an airplane pilot. He and his sidekick, Constable Kelly, have been assigned to find out why the airplanes from the mine are mysteriously vanishing without a trace, so Renfrew goes airborne, with his sidekick either airsick or asleep.

Naturally, the professor has a pretty young daughter, who comes up to Canada ti visit him, and who is intimidated by the crooks into keeping quiet for her father's safety.

The Mounties finally figure out what's going on, and Renfrew goes aloft to pilot a gold shipment while Kelly goes to the crooks' lodge. The chief of the crooks, through the bug, determines that Renfrew would be flying an agglutinate route, and goes aloft himself to lure the Mountie into chasing him into the ray gun's range. The average viewer can figure out the end of this one.

The film is full of light comedic moments and a lit of fistfights. And of course, Renfrew sings a few songs, one in the airplane he' s flying on the supposed gold shipment.

You could do far worse, but it's not a film to take seriously.

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