Monogram Pictures released Sagebrush Trail to theaters on December 15, 1933. Armand Schaefer directed the film which starred John Wayne, Nancy Shubert, and Lane Chandler.
‘Sagebrush Trail’ Movie Summary
Sagebrush Trail, or if you are from the United Kingdom, An Innocent Man, begins with the police hunting for an escaped prisoner. Inmate John Brant, who was imprisoned for murder, has escaped. We see Brant, played by John Wayne, attempting to flee from the police so that he can find the true killer for the crime he has been convicted for. When he is knocked from his horse in a pond, he attempts to outwit the pursuing law men by breathing under water through a reed.
When the police get wise to his plan, they shoot at the reed until it floats to the top. Once it does so, the lawmen believe they have killed their man and leave. In reality, Brant has held his breath and when he comes to the surface, he is greeted by another outlaw Joseph Conlon, who goes by the name of Jones.
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