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Sunday Seconds with the Duke

The Big Trail (1930)

Episode #36

Fox Film Corporation released The Big Trail on November 1, 1930. Raoul Walsh directed the film starring John Wayne, Marguerite Churchill, and El Brendel.

‘The Big Trail’ Movie Summary

Breck Coleman leads a wagon train of pioneers through Indian attacks, torrential storms, arid deserts, swollen rivers, and over inhospitable terrain while looking for the murder of a trapper and falling in love with a woman named Ruth.

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Fox Film Corporation released The Big Trail on November 1, 1930. Raoul Walsh directed the film starring John Wayne, Marguerite Churchill, and El Brendel.

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