The Spell of the Yukon (film)

The Spell of the Yukon is a 1916 American silent American drama film directed by Burton L. King and starring Edmund Breese.[1]

The Spell of the Yukon
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Directed byBurton L. King
Produced byHerbert Blaché
Alice Guy
Written byWallace Clifton
Aaron Hoffman
Robert W. Service
StarringEdmund Breese
CinematographyLeo Bergman
Distributed byMetro Pictures
Release date
  • May 15, 1916 (1916-05-15)
Running time
Five reels
CountryUnited States


  • Edmund Breese as Jim Carson
  • Arthur Hoops as Albert Temple
  • Christine Mayo as Helen Temple
  • William Sherwood as Bob Adams (as Billy Sherwood)
  • Evelyn Brent as Dorothy Temple
  • Frank McArthur as Megar
  • Joseph S. Chailee as Rusty
  • Jacques Suzanne as Billy Denny
  • Mary Reed as Yukon Kate
  • Harry Moreville as Ike Boring
  • Lorna Volare as Bob Adams as a Baby (as Baby Volare)
  • Claire Lillian Barry as Undetermined Role


  1. "Silent Era:The Spell of the Yukon". Retrieved September 3, 2011.
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