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THE STUDIO TRAINS - VIRGINIA & TRUCKEE FILMS
A Chronology from 1937 - 1980
 
 
 
 
 
MOTION PICTURE
RELEASED
ENGINE
STARS
COMPANY
High Wide and Handsome
October 1937
#22
Randolph Scott
Paramount Pictures
Irene Dunne
Wells Fargo
December 1937
#22*
Joel McCrea
Paramount Pictures
Frances Dee
The Texans
August 1938
#22
Randolph Scott
Paramount Pictures
Joan Bennett
Union Pacific
May 1939
#11, 18,
Joel McCrea
Paramount Pictures
#21, 22
Barbara Stanwyck
Young Tom Edison
March 1940
#18,#22
Mickey Rooney
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Fay Bainter
Go West
December 1940
#22*
Marx Brothers
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
John Carroll
The Lady from Cheyenne
April 1941
#18
Loretta Young
Universal Pictures
Robert Preston
Nevada City
June 1941
#18
Roy Rogers
Republic Pictures
Sally Payne
Honky Tonk
October 1941
#22
Clark Gable
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Lana Turner
Texas
October 1941
#22
William Holden
Columbia Pictures
Glenn Ford
Jackass Mail
January 1942
#18
Wallace Beery
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Marjorie Main
The Desperadoes
May 1943
#22
Randolph Scott
Columbia Pictures
Glenn Ford
Buckskin Frontier
May 1943
#22
Richard Dix
United Artists
Jane Wyatt
Frontier Badmen
August 1943
#18
Robert Paige
Universal Pictures
Anne Gwynne
The Story of Dr. Wassell
July 1944
#22
Gary Cooper
Paramount Pictures
Laraine Day
Barbary Coast Gent
September 1944
#18
Wallace Beery
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Binnie Barnes
Meet Me in St. Louis
January 1945
#22
Judy Garland
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Margaret O'Brien
Gentle Annie
December 1944
#18
Donna Reed 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
James Craig
Dakota
January, 1945
#18
John Wayne
Republic Pictures
Vera Ralston
The Harvey Girls
January, 1946
#18, #22
Judy Garland
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
John Hodiak
The Virginian
April, 1946
#22
Joel McCrea
Paramount Pictures
Brian Donlevy
Badman's Territory
April, 1946
#18
Randolph Scott
RKO-Radio Pictures
Ann Richar
Duel in the Sun
February, 1946
#22
Gregory Peck
Selznick International
Jennifer Jones
Sea of Grass
April, 1947
#11
Spencer Tracy
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Katherine Hepburn
Four Faces West
May, 1948
#25
Joel McCrea
United Artists
Frances Dee
Return of the Badmen
July, 1948
#25
Randolph Scott
RKO-Radio Pictures
Anne Jefferys
Red River
September, 1948
#22
John Wayne
United Artists
Montgomery Cliff
Three Godfathers
February, 1948
#25
John Wayne
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Pedro Armendariz
So Dear to My Heart
February, 1948
#22
Burl Ives
Walt Disney
Beulah Bondi
Whispering Smith
February, 1949
#18, #22
Alan Ladd
Paramount Pictures
Robert Preston
Canadian Pacific
March, 1949
#25
Randolph Scott
20th Century-Fox
Jane Wyatt
The Last Bandit
April, 1949
#25
William Elliot
Republic Pictures
Forrest Tucker
The Beautiful Blonde from Bashful Bend
June, 1949
#25
Betty Grable
20th Century-Fox
Cesar Romero
The Doolins of Oklahoma
July, 1949
#18, #22
Randolph Scott
Columbia Pictures
George Macready
Fighting Man of the Plains
February, 1949
#22
Randolph Scott
20th Century-Fox
Jane Nigh
The Capture
April, 1950
#25
Teresa Wright
RKO-Radio Pictures
Lew Ayres
Annie Get Your Gun
May, 1950
#11
Betty Hutton
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Howard Keel
Rock Island Trail
May, 1950
#21
Forrest Tucker
Republic Pictures
Adele Mara
Bright Leaf
July, 1950
#25
Gary Cooper
Warner Brothers
Lauren Bacall
The Return of Jesse James
September, 1950
#11
John Ireland
Lippert
Ann Dvorak
Al Jennings of Oklahoma
January, 1951
#25
Dan Duryea
Columbia Pictures
Gale Storm
Best of the Bad Men
May, 1951
#25
Robert Ryan
RKO-Radio Pictures
Claire Trevor
The Tall Target
August, 1951
#11
Dick Powell
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Paula Raymond
Warpath
August, 1951
#22
Edmond O'Brien
Paramount Pictures
Dean Jagger
Bronco Buster
May, 1952
#25
John Lund
United Artists
Scott Brady
Carson City
June, 1952
#22
Randolph Scott
Warner Brothers
Raymond Massey
Face to Face: The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky
January, 1952
#25
Robert Preston
RKO-Radio Pictures
James Mason
Dangerous Mission
March, 1954
#25
Victor Mature
RKO-Radio Pictures
Vincent Price
Jesse James vs. The Daltons
April, 1954
#25
Brett King
Columbia Pictures
Barbara Lawrence
Rails into Laramie
April, 1954
#18, #22
John Payne
Universal Pictures
Mari Blanchard
Apache
July, 1954
#25
Burt Lancaster
United Artists
Jean Peters
The Raid
July, 1954
#25
Van Heflin
20th Century-Fox
Anne Bancroft
Wyoming Renegades
March, 1955
#25
Phillip Carey
Columbia Pictures
Martha Hyer
Wichita
July, 1955
#25
Joel McCrea
Allied Artists
Vera Miles
The Last Hunt
February, 1956
#11
Robert Taylor
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Stewart Granger
The Great Locomotive Chase
June, 1956
#22
Jeffery Hunter
Walt Disney Productions
Fess Parker
The Last Stagecoach West
July, 1957
#18
Jim Davis
Republic Pictures
Mary Castle
The Brothers Karamazov
February, 1958
#11
Yul Brynner
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Maria Schell
Cowboy
February, 1958
#22
Glenn Ford
Columbia Pictures
Jack Lemmon
The Sheepman
May, 1958
#11
Glenn Ford
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Shirley MacLaine
Alias Jesse James
March, 1959
#22
Bob Hope
United Artists
Rhonda Fleming
The Last Train from Gun Hill
July, 1959
#22
Kirk Douglas
Paramount Pictures
Anthony Quinn
The Horse Soldiers
July, 1959
#11
John Wayne
United Artists
William Holden
The Jayhawkers
October, 1959
#22
Jeff Chandler
Paramount Pictures
Fess Parker
Sergeant Rutledge
May, 1960
#11
Jeffery Hunter
Warner Brothers
Woody Strode
Cimarron
February, 1960
#11
Glenn Ford
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Maria Schell
The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance
April, 1962
#11
James Stewart
Paramount Pictures
John Wayne
How the West Was Won
January, 1962
#11
George Peppard
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Richard Widmark
Papa's Delicate Condition
February, 1963
#11
Jackie Gleason
Paramount Pictures
Glynis Johns
McClintock
January, 1963
#22
John Wayne
United Artists
Maureen O'Hara
Mail Order Bride
February, 1964
#11
Buddy Ebsen
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Keir Dullea
The Reivers
February, 1969
#11
Steve McQueen
National General
Rupert Crosse
The Cheyenne Social Club
June, 1970
#11
James Stewart
National General
Henry Fonda
Support Your Local Gunfighter
May, 1971
#11
James Garner
United Artists
Chuck Connors
Scandalous John
July, 1971
#11
Brian Keith
Walt Disney Productions
Alfonso Aru
Joe Kidd
July, 1972
#11
Clint Eastwood
Universal Pictures
Robert Duvall
The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean
February, 1972
#11
Paul Newman
National General
Ava Gardner
The Soul of Nigger Charlie
June, 1973
#11
Fred Williamson
Paramount Pictures
The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing
July, 1973
#11
Burt Reynolds
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Sarah Miles
Posse
June, 1975
#11
Kirk Douglas
Paramount Pictures
Bruce Dern
The Last Hard Men
April, 1976
#11
Charlton Heston
20th Century-Fox
James Coburn
Another Man, Another Chance
January, 1977
#11
James Caan
United Artists
Genevieve Bujold
The Villain
July, 1979
#11
Kirk Douglas
Columbia Pictures
Ann-Margaret