The Trail of the Lonesome Pine Movie Review 1936

Information and Film Reviews for The Trail of the Lonesome Pine the Movie

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The first outdoor film to be shot in three-color Technicolor. Two backwoods Kentucky clans, the Tolliver and the Falins, have been feuding so long no one remembers what started the fuss. But young engineer Jack Hale (MacMurray) gets stuck in the middle when he comes to build a railroad through the Blue Ridge Mountains. Hale saves the life of Dave Tolliver (Fonda) but Dave's not happy when the city slicker starts mooning over Dave's sister, June (Sidney). And the Falins aren't happy about the railroad, which leads to even more fighting. Based on the novel by John Fox Jr. and previously filmed in 1916 and 1923.

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Universal Studios Home Video, 100 Universal City Plz., Universal City, CA 91608-9955, Phone: (818)777-1000, Fax: (818)866-1483, URL: http://www.universalstudios.com, Remarks: Does not handle retail queries from consumers; contact your local video distributor.

Available on VHS
Running time 102 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Family Ties, American South, Trains
Screenplay
Grover Jones, Horace McCoy, Harvey Thew
Cast
Henry Fonda, Fred MacMurray, Sylvia Sidney, Robert Barrat, Fred Stone, Nigel Bruce, Beulah Bondi, George "Spanky" McFarland, Fuzzy Knight
Cinematography
William Howard Greene, Robert C. Bruce
Director
Henry Hathaway
Producer
Walter Wanger, Universal Studios

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