The Iron Trail,' a screen adaptation of the powerful narrative by the author, Rex Beach, is the attraction at the Coronet. The story tells of the adventures of those stalwart men who build railroads into the heart of the wilderness. Film plot included. The scenes are laid in Alaska. All the formidable natural barriers and the conflicts with the human enemies so truthfully written off by Rex Beach have been graphically transferred to the screen.
The Iron Trail': Rex Beach Film at the Coronet
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Roy William Neill
Rex Beach (novel)
Honest railroad man Murray O'Neil competes with the crooked railroader Curtis Gordon to be the first to complete a trans-Alaska railroad. O'Neil must complete work on a massive bridge ...
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