Resounding with such songs as "Rose-Marie, I Love You," "Song of the Mounties" and the beloved "Indian Love Call," Rose-Marie immortalized Hollywood's greatest singing team. This 1936 screen version of the Rudolf Friml-Herbert Stothart Broadway hit is set in the breathtaking wilderness of the Canadian Rockies. Marie de Flor (MacDonald), a glamorous Canadian prima donna, is renowned for her beauty, exquisite voice and fierce temperament. When news arrives that her brother Jack (Jimmy Stewart in one of his earliest screen roles) has been wounded in a prison escape, Marie realizes she must go to him despite the danger. Lured into the wilderness, she encounters Sgt. Bruce (Eddy), who is hunting the fugitive. Sgt. Bruce is soon hot on Marie's trail as well! The New York Times called Rose-Marie a "blithely melodious film rich in scenic beauty." And after all these years, this rugged romance is as wonderful as ever.