Nonstop action marks this unusual screen adaptation of Jules Verne's oft-filmed novel Michael Strogoff
. European actor Walbrook, who had starred in both French and German productions of the same material, was hired by producer Berman to once again play the loyal courier of the Czar
Alexander II. Walbrook is entrusted with delivering a new military strategy to the army in Siberia, which is busy fending off a vicious horde of Tartars led by Tamiroff. After successfully avoiding a trap set by a seductive spy (Grahame) and nearly being blinded by one of the Tartars (Strogoff was
blinded in Verne's novel), Walbrook finally makes it to the front and delivers the m...