Hudson's Bay is a 1941 American historical drama film directed by Irving Pichel and starring Paul Muni, Gene Tierney, Laird Cregar and Vincent Price. Produced by 20th Century Fox, the film is about a pair of French-Canadian explorers whose findings lead to the formation of the Hudson's Bay Company.


A trapper, Pierre Esprit Radisson, and his friend, nicknamed "Gooseberry," hope to open a trading post in the Hudson's Bay region of northeastern Canada in the year 1667.

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    contentLocation Canada
    director Irving Pichel
    editor Robert L. Simpson
    genre drama historical
    keywords begin charles ii firing squad id jail king charles ii the king trading post
    musicBy Alfred Newman
    producer Darryl F. Zanuck
    productionCompany 20th Century Fox
    publisher 20th Century Fox