Big Trail, The

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’’The Big Trail’’ (1930)

The Big Trail (1930) is a little remembered Western masterpiece directed by Raoul Walsh (The Roaring Twenties, White Heat, The Enforcer (1951)). Filmed entirely on location and featuring stunts that have never been duplicated or topped, the movie was the first starring role for John Wayne. Most moviegoers only saw the 35 mm print of the film, but the screenshots below come from the seldom seen, 70 mm Fox Grandeur version, which was the first but short-lived widescreen movie format in America. The two versions differ in story, script, direction, and stunts, with the 35 mm print vastly inferior to the 70 mm version. The film also starred Marguerite Churchill, El Brendel, Tully Marshall, and Tyrone Power Sr. (as Tyrone Power). An honest scout (Wayne) keeps a close eye on a trio of thugs, who lead a wagon train across canyons, rivers, deserts, blizzards, and Indian land to California in the 1850s.
The following weapons were used in the film The Big Trail:

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Enfield Pattern 1853

Throughout the film, scouts and settlers carry the Enfield Pattern 1853.

Enfield Pattern 1853 .577 Ball
Breck Coleman (John Wayne) signs on as trail scout.
Breck is welcomed to the train.
Breck and Zeke (Tully Marshal) renew an old friendship.
Breck reassures Ruth Cameron (Marguerite Churchill) and her brother, Dave (David Rollins).
Breck examines a massacre site.
Breck signals “buffalo ahead”!
Breck hunts buffalo with the Enfield.
Breck reassures the children.
Indians want a palaver.
Settlers anxiously await the palaver.
The palaver.
Settlers await the attack
The attack begins.
Womenfolk reload the Enfields...
…mend the wounded…
…and take up weapons.
Zeke and Breck deliver the wagon train to California.

Remington 1858 New Army

Throughout the film, Breck carries a Remington 1858 New Army

Remington 1858 New Army - .44 caliber.
Breck fires the Remington New Army.
Breck turns in his Remington for repairs. Note the distinctive Remington top strap.
Breck with his holstered Remington. Note the grip screw, distinguishing it from a Colt.

Martin Mang In Graz Standard

Throughout the film, Bill Thorpe (Ian Keith) carries a Martin Mang In Graz Standard pistol.

Martin Mang In Graz Standard .44 Caliber Percussion.
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