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The Big Trail

The Big Trail

The story presents a series of events about Brick Coleman, the leader of the settlers who have a fateful journey, and perhaps a tragic fate. It is a group of events faced by those who are going through the Indian attack, storms, deserts and many other difficult things.
Actors: Marguerite Churchill,
Marguerite Churchill
Marguerite Churchill 26 December 1910, Kansas City, Missouri, USA
David Rollins,
David Rollins
David Rollins 2 September 1907, Kansas City, Missouri, USA
Louise Carver,
Louise Carver
Louise Carver 9 June 1869, Davenport, Iowa, USA
Frederick Burton,
Frederick Burton
Frederick Burton 20 October 1871, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA
John Wayne,
John Wayne
John Wayne 26 May 1907, Winterset, Iowa, USA
Tully Marshall,
Tully Marshall
Tully Marshall 13 April 1864, Nevada City, California, USA
Charles Stevens,
Charles Stevens
Charles Stevens 26 May 1893, Solomonsville, Arizona, USA
El Brendel,
El Brendel
El Brendel 25 March 1890, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Ian Keith,
Ian Keith
Ian Keith 27 February 1899, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Tyrone Power Sr.
Tyrone Power Sr.
Tyrone Power Sr. 2 May 1869, London, England, UK
Genre: AdventureRomance
Director: Louis R. Loeffler ,
Louis R. Loeffler
Louis R. Loeffler 24 February 1897, New York City, New York, USA
Raoul Walsh
Raoul Walsh
Raoul Walsh 11 March 1887, New York City, New York, USA
Country: United States
Release: 1930
IMDb: 7.2
Duration: 125 min
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Kansas City Kansan

February 17, 2008

More historical than anything, but a must for Wayne fans.
New Yorker

July 15, 2013

Integrating the settlers' passionate mortal conflicts into the landscape, Walsh turns the theatrical limitations of early sound technique to an advantage, composing vast, static tableaux with the mighty breadth and noble pace of epic stanzas.
Ozus' World Movie Reviews

July 05, 2005

John Ford recommended to his friend Walsh bit-part actor Marion Morrison for the lead, and for his first starring role he took the name John Wayne...

December 21, 2005

Raoul Walsh believed that John Wayne would become a big star after his epic Western but he did not. A combo of factors account for this failure, not just Wayne's stiff acting but also the cool reception of the horseopera itself.
Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)

September 23, 2003

Interesting early wide-screen spectacle with indifferent acting and story.