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Emperor of the North Pole(1973)

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Originally premiered as "Emperor of the North Pole": the film was pulled from release because people thought the film was about the arctic. It was re-released as "Emperor of the North" and given two different advertising campaigns: one with a poster playing up the comedy, another with a poster playing up the violence (The poster said "If you can ride Shack's train and live, you're...Emperor of the North!"). Neither new campaig clicked with audiences. The song "A Man and a Train" is sung in "Emperor of the North" by Marty Robbins. The poster for the original release says it is sung by Bill Medley. It is unknow what other changes, if any, were made between the two releases.

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