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Big Trail (1930)

1 rating: 5.0
Westerns movie directed by Louis R. Loeffler and Raoul Walsh

One of very few widescreen productions filmed at the dawn of the talkies,The Big Trailwas dismissed by reviewers of the day, little seen, and soon shelved and forgotten--for more than half a century, as it turned out. For movie buffs, it became a sort … see full wiki

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A giant of a movie

  • Sep 7, 2001
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+5
Put simply if you want a real idea of the old west and how people thought and acted on their way there in the early part of the 19th century this film is it.

Every part of it reeks of the real dirty grimy and difficult life pioneering was. The acting is great and young John Wayne fill the role well. (How this film didn't launch him big is beyond me. I think it is better than Stagecoach and thats saying a lot.)

If there was ever a big return for a small investment this movie is it.

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