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On the Great White Trail

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On the Great White Trail
On the Great White Trail FilmPoster.jpeg
Theatrical release poster
Directed byAlbert Herman
Written by
Produced byAlbert Herman (producer)
StarringSee below
CinematographyIra H. Morgan
Edited byDuke Goldstone
Distributed byGrand National Pictures
Release date
July 22, 1938
Running time
58 minutes
CountryUnited States

On the Great White Trail is a 1938 American Western film directed by Albert Herman.

Plot summary

Even in the remote fur trading section of Canada, Sergeant Douglas Renfrew finds a lady in distress. Kay Larkin, whose father is a suspect to a crime. Larkin's partner, along with another Mountie, are found murdered: word came down from the remote region of the Pacific Northwest from Dr. Howe, who resides there. But after finding old man Larkin, and arresting him in the name of the Crown, Renfrew hears his story and suspect's Kay's father is innocent of the charges. Pierre, an employee of a trading post up north, is suspect until Dr. Howe's guilt is revealed. Howe committed the murders and attempted to frame Larkin. The motive was theft and greed that resulted in a murder neither party wanted to be involved, then attempted to cover their tracks.

Replacing Lighting, the police dog from the first Renfrew movie, was another German shepherd, Silver King, whose screen presence lasted a mere half a dozen movies. Director Al Herman was contracted to direct two Renfrew movies. Because the studio, Grand National Pictures, filed bankruptcy, Criterion acquired the former contract and Herman fulfilled his obligation before departing the poverty-row studios for another low-budget entity, Monogram. Herman would go on to direct a number of Tex Ritter westerns.[1]



  • James Newill - "Mounted Men" (Written by Betty Laidlaw and Robert Lively)
  • James Newill - "You're Beautiful" (Written by Lew Porter)
  • James Newill - "Je T'aime" (Written by Lew Porter and Bob Taylor)

See also


  1. ^ Grams, Martin. Renfrew of the Mounted: A History of Laurie York Erskine's Canadian Mountie Franchise, OTR Publishing, 2020. ISBN 979-8699041442.

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