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William S. Hart Double Feature: The Narrow Trail/Wagon Tracks [DVD]

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Synopsis

The Narrow Trail
William S. Hart plays (what else?) a "good badman" in his first production for Paramount release, The Narrow Trail. While holding up a stagecoach, Hart falls hopelessly in love with a gorgeous, stylishly clothed lady passenger. He follows her to San Francisco, where he discovers to his chagrin that she's little better than a trollop. After venting his spleen on everyone in sight, Hart learns that girl has been victimized by a nasty relative. He rescues her from a life of vice, and together they head off to a better life in the West. Narrow Trail has assumed legendary status in recent years due to an effusive critique of the film's barroom brawl sequence, written by Jean Cocteau. Alas, the "naked bodies slippery with blood" so eloquently described by Cocteau are nowhere to be found in the film. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Wagon Tracks
In this William S. Hart picture, the cowboy star plays Buckskin Hamilton, a wagon-train guide. He heads east to the Mississippi River to meet up with his younger brother (Leo Pierson), who has just graduated from college as an MD. But when he gets to the riverboat, his brother has been shot and killed. Jane Washburn (Jane Novak) claims that she did it, but that it was an accident. At first Buckskin believes her, but he soon figures out that it was her cardsharp brother Donald (Robert McKim) and that she took responsibility to protect him. Washburn is part of a wagon train Buckskin is guiding and they are attacked by Indians. The Indians ask that the party sacrifice one white man in return for the Indian they killed. Buckskin offers himself up but before he goes to the Indians, he hands his gun over to Donald, insisting that he use it on himself to pay for his crime. Washburn, of course, tries to escape instead but he is captured by the Indians and killed. This drama did not have as much action as the usual Hart western. ~ Janiss Garza, Rovi

Cast & Crew

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    Sylvia Breamer - Betty Werdin
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    William S. Hart - Ice Harding
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    Bob Kortman - "Moose" Holloran
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