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The Dawn Trail

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The Dawn Trail
Poster for the film
Directed byChristy Cabanne
Screenplay byJohn Thomas Neville
Story byForrest Sheldon
Produced byHarry Cohn
StarringMarceline Day
Miriam Seegar
Charles Morton
CinematographyTed McCord
Edited byJames Sweeney
Release date
  • November 28, 1930 (1930-11-28) (US)[1]
Running time
66 minutes
CountryUnited States

The Dawn Trail is a 1930 American Western film, directed by Christy Cabanne. It stars Marceline Day, Miriam Seegar, and Charles Morton, and was released on November 28, 1930. It was remade as the 1939 film Texas Stampede.

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In September 1930, it was announced that Christy Cabanne had been chosen direct the film. It was to be the fourth installment in a series of eight pictures starring Buck Jones.[2] In October it was revealed that Miriam Segar and Charles Morton had been added to the cast.[3] A week later trade publications printed that Erville Anderson and Hank Mann, were also joining the production.[4] In early November, Slim Whitaker and Edward J. Le Saint were announced as cast additions.[5]


The Film Daily gave it a very positive review, saying it was a "very good western with intelligent story well directed and action and suspense to the finish". They complimented the directing for including touches not normally seen in western films. They felt the story was well done, and not "just an excuse to hang the riding and fighting sequences on." They felt that Buck Jones showed he was one of the best western stars.[6] Harrison's Reports also enjoyed the film, calling it a "very good melodrama, with fast action."[7]


  1. ^ "The Dawn Trail". American Film Institute. Archived from the original on March 5, 2018. Retrieved March 4, 2018.
  2. ^ "Christy Cabanne Directs Next Buck Jones Western". The Film Daily. September 26, 1930. p. 4. Retrieved April 23, 2023.Open access icon
  3. ^ Ralph Wilk (October 23, 1930). "A Little From "Lots"". The Film Daily. p. 9. Retrieved April 23, 2023.Open access icon
  4. ^ "Added To "Dawn Trail"". The Film Daily. October 30, 1930. p. 8. Retrieved April 23, 2023.Open access icon
  5. ^ Ralph Wilk (November 6, 1930). "Hollwood Flashes". The Film Daily. p. 7. Retrieved April 23, 2023.Open access icon
  6. ^ "Buck Jones in "The Dawn Trail"". The Film Daily. December 28, 1930. p. 10. Retrieved April 23, 2023.Open access icon
  7. ^ ""The Dawn Trail" — With Buck Jones". Harrison's Reports. December 13, 1930. p. 199. Retrieved April 23, 2023.Open access icon

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