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The Iron Horse (1924)

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Release Date
 USA: Aug 28, 1924

Running Time
2 hours, 13 minutes

Country USA

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Other Titles
• The Iron Horse
• Das Eiserne Pferd (1975)
• Das Feuerross (1925)
• The Iron Trail (1924)
• The Trans-continental Railroad (1924)
• El Caballo de hierro
• Le Cheval de fer
• Il Cavallo d'acciaio
• O Cavalo de Ferro
• Ildhesten (1927)



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Genre: Western, Epic

Tagline: Blazing the Trail of Love and Civilization




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 Directed by
 Written by
Charles Kenyon
The Petrified Forest, A Midsummer Night's Dream, The Penalty
 Cast
George O'Brien
Sunrise, She Wore a Yellow Ribbon, Fort Apache
Madge Bellamy
White Zombie, Charlie Chan in London
Cyril Chadwick
Peter Pan, Three Live Ghosts
J. Farrell MacDonald
Sunrise, My Darling Clementine, Meet John Doe
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 Music By
William P. Perry
The General, The Mark of Zorro



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