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The Last of the Duanes (1930 film)

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The Last of the Duanes
Directed byAlfred L. Werker
Produced byEdward Butcher (producer)
Harold B. Lipsitz (producer)
Written byZane Grey (novel Last of the Duanes)
Ernest Pascal (screenplay)
StarringSee below
Music bySamuel Kaylin
CinematographyDaniel B. Clark
Edited byRalph Dietrich
Distributed byFox Film Corporation
Release date
August 31, 1930
Running time
54 minutes (USA)
62 minutes (American original version)
CountryUnited States

The Last of the Duanes is a 1930 American Pre-Code Western film produced and released by Fox Film Corporation and directed by Alfred L. Werker.[1]

The film is based on Zane Grey's 1924 novel, Last of the Duanes. It is a remake of Fox's successful 1919 silent starring William Farnum and their 1924 silent remake starring Tom Mix. The novel was also adapted in 1941 starring George Montgomery.



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  1. ^ Dickstein, Martin (September 15, 1930). "'Last of the Duanes' Features New Programs at the Roxy Theatre". The Brooklyn Daily Eagle. p. 19. Retrieved July 17, 2020.

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