The Great White Trail

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The Great White Trail
The Great White Trail.jpg
Directed by Leopold Wharton
Produced by Leopold Wharton
Theodore Wharton
Written by Gardner Hunting
Leopold Wharton
Cinematography Ray June
Levi Bacon
Distributed by State's Rights Distribution
Release date
  • June 1917 (1917-06)
Running time
8 reels
Country US
Language Silent
English intertitles

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


  • Doris Kenyon - Prudence Carrington
  • Paul Gordon - George Carrington
  • Thomas Holding - Reverend Arthur Dean
  • Hans Roberts - Charles Ware
  • Louise Hotaling - Marie
  • F. W. Stewart - The Vulture(*as Richard Stewart)
  • Edgar L. Davenport - Donald Ware(*as Edgar Davenport)
  • Dick Bennard - Grocer boy
  • Bessie Wharton - Marie's Guardian


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

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