Bush Pilot

Bush Pilot is a 1947 Canadian-American drama film directed by Sterling Campbell. The film, produced by Campbell's Dominion Productions, was noted for being one of the first full-length feature films outside Quebec in which a Canadian production company held the primary role.


Red North is a bush pilot in the village of Nouvelle, part of Canada's north. His half-brother, Paul Gerard decides to relocate his bush pilot business to the same lake, competing with Red's business and romantic interests.


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    director Sterling Campbell
    editor Jack Ogilvie
    events aviation
    genre adventure drama
    keywords bush pilot
    musicBy Samuel Hersenhoren
    producer Jack Ogilvie Larry Cromien
    productionCompany Dominion Pictures
    publisher Screen Guild Productions