The Great White Trail

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The Great White Trail
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Directed by Leopold Wharton
Written byGardner Hunting
Leopold Wharton
Produced byLeopold Wharton
Theodore Wharton
Cinematography Ray June
Levi Bacon
Distributed byState's Rights Distribution
Release date
  • June 1917 (1917-06)
Running time
8 reels
CountryUnited States
Language Silent (English intertitles)

The Great White Trail is a surviving 1917 American silent drama film produced and directed by Leopold Wharton and starring Doris Kenyon. [1] [2]



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  1. Progressive Silent Film List: The Great White Trail at
  2. The American Film Institute Catalog Feature Films: 1911-20 by The American Film Institute , c.1988