The Golden Trail

The Golden Trail is an American silent film released in 1920. Directed by Jean Hersholt and Lewis H. Moomaw, the script was written by Elizabeth Mahoney.

The Golden Trail
Directed byJean Hersholt
Lewis H. Moomaw
Screenplay byElizabeth Mahoney
StarringJane Novak
Jack Livingston
Jean Hersholt
CinematographyClyde Cook
Hal Mohr
The American Lifeograph Company
Distributed byArrow Films
Release date
  • August 1920 (1920-08)


Jane Novak starred in two roles within the film: first as "Faro," queen of an Alaskan gambling hall, and second as Jane Sunderlin, a college co-ed, beloved mascot of her college's football team.[1][2]



The film—set primarily in Alaska—was produced by the American Lifeograph Company, an independent outfit based in Portland, Oregon (where the film was shot).[3][4]


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