15 titles

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1 Meek's Cutoff (2010)

Settlers traveling through the Oregon desert in 1845 find themselves stranded in harsh conditions.

6.5/10 6,561
2 The Big Trail (1930)

Breck Coleman leads hundreds of settlers in covered wagons from the Mississippi River to their destiny out West.

7.3/10 2,048
3 The Way West (1967)

In 1843 a former U.S. senator leads a wagon train of settlers to Oregon, but his megalomania leads to growing dissatisfaction with his leadership.

6.2/10 1,269
4 Seven Alone (1974)

A frontier family crosses the U.S. by wagon train, hoping for a better life in the Oregon Territory.

5.6/10 251
5 Kit Carson (1940)

Trapper Kit Carson and his band of men join John C. Fremont on his way to California. Enroute they are...

6.3/10 186
6 The Oregon Trail (1959)

In 1846, a reporter for the New York Herald joins a wagon train bound for the Oregon Territory. He hopes...

5.0/10 113
7 Wagon Wheels (1934)

The trio of Belmet, Burch, and O'Meary are leading a wagon train west and Murdock is out to stop them...

6.2/10 96
8 The Oregon Trail (1971 video game) 7.7/10 54
9 The Vigilantes Are Coming (1936)

A masked hero called "The Eagle" leads California ranchers in a struggle against Russian Cossacks who are plotting to take over California and turn it into a Russian colony.

6.4/10 43
10 Scape (2010)

Based on the short story 'The Strange Ride of Morrowbie Jukes' by Rudyard Kipling, Scape takes place in the early 1800s on the Oregon Trail...

6.5/10 14
11 Oregon Passage (1957) 6.2/10 8
12 Along the Oregon Trail (1947)
13 Rock Creek Station (2010 documentary short)
14 Herstory: Women's Diaries from the Oregon Trail (1993 video)
15 Save South Pass (2011 short)

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