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|The Last of the Duanes|
|Directed by||Alfred L. Werker|
|Produced by||Edward Butcher (producer)|
Harold B. Lipsitz (producer)
|Written by||Zane Grey (novel Last of the Duanes)|
Ernest Pascal (screenplay)
|Music by||Samuel Kaylin|
|Cinematography||Daniel B. Clark|
|Edited by||Ralph Dietrich|
|Distributed by||Fox Film Corporation|
|August 31, 1930|
|54 minutes (USA)|
62 minutes (American original version)
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.
- George O'Brien as Buck Duane
- Lucile Browne as Ruth Garrett
- Myrna Loy as Lola
- Walter McGrail as Bland
- Clara Blandick as Mrs. Duane
- Frank Campeau as Luke Stevens
- Natalie Kingston as Morgan's girlfriend
- Jim Mason as Jim Morgan
- James Bradbury Jr. as Euchre
- Lloyd Ingraham as Mr. Garrett
- Willard Robertson as Texas Ranger Captain
- True Hollingsworth Stuntman
- "Cowboy Dan" (Written by Cliff Friend)
- "The Outlaw Song" (Written by Cliff Friend)
- 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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