Fun Size Review: Wagon Tracks (1919)

This is possibly one of the most beautiful films William S. Hart made and so it is appropriate that it is also the first Hart film available in HD. The cinematography and gorgeous tints are absolutely breathtaking.

The story is a generally fine, tense revenge drama but it lacks a certain polish and oomph present in Hart’s best work. Still, well worth seeing and feasting your eyes.

How does it end? Hover or tap below for a spoiler.

Hart gets his revenge and leaves his lady love behind the continue wandering the trail.

Read my full-length review here.

If it were a dessert it would be: Stained Glass Gelatin. It’s a stunner!

Availability: Released on DVD and Bluray.

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4 Replies to “Fun Size Review: Wagon Tracks (1919)”

  1. Thanks for covering this. I’ve been eyeballing the BD and wondering if I should get it. Now if SOMEONE will put out a restoration of HELL’S HINGES!

  2. Looks like a fascinating one! Thanks for sharing information about the film in your longer review. I have seen perhaps one William S. Hart film, and this one sounds interesting. The cinematography seems compelling, too!

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