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|Directed by||Ewing Scott|
|Produced by||Edward Small|
|Starring||Gayne Whitman (narrator)|
|Music by||J. S. Zamecnik|
|Edited by||Richard Cahoon|
Edward Small Productions
|Distributed by||Universal Studios|
In February 1931, Edward Small sent an expedition to the Arctic headed by Ewing Scott with Roy Klaffki as a cameraman to make a film. They were accompanied by Ray Wise, a half Eskimo, half Russian and shot for six months. They went missing for 32 days off Icy Cape, Alaska and were rescued by some whalers. They returned with 100,000 feet of film.
- "A FEW OF THE NEW PICTURES AND AN IMPENDING FAREWELL: FAREWELL By NELSON B. BELL". The Washington Post. June 19, 1932. p. A1.
- "IGLOO". Gippsland Times. Vic. December 29, 1932. p. 3. Retrieved May 29, 2013 – via National Library of Australia.
- "LOST FILM PARTY SAFE IN NORTH: Small Arctic Expedition Rescued After Trying Ordeal". Los Angeles Times. August 17, 1931. p. A2.
- Whitaker, Alma. (July 17, 1932). "Movies in the North: Ewing Scott, Home Town Camera Expert, Makes Good 500 Miles from North Pole". Los Angeles Times. p. I3.
- "BAD GIRL" CONTINUES RUN Los Angeles Times September 2, 1931: 11
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