The Big Trail

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Director:
Raoul Walsh
Released:
1930
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The Big Trail is the 1930 adventure Western romance from legendary director Raoul Walsh (White Heat, The Roaring Twenties, High Sierra, Objective, Burma). A large number of immigrants, seeking freedom and land, collect on the banks of the Mississippi river to decide where to go. Breck Coleman (John Wayne, The Searchers, Rio Bravo, True Grit, in one of his earliest roles), a young man without family or allegiance who has lived for long among the natives of the land, takes onto the wagon train as a scout when he learns that the men who he suspects to have killed his friend may be on it as well. Amidst the fury of nature and other hardships faced by the wagon train, Coleman keeps a lean eye on the suspects who attempt to murder him several times. The film ends as the suspects run off when Coleman finally decides to strike back against them, and choosing between his love interest newly settled in the valley he had led the immigrants to and chasing after the murderers, Coleman decides to avenge his friend before returning to his lover.moreless

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