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Fulfilling a personal mission for his late wife, an ailing man and his old horse attempt their last trail ride across Kansas.

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Shannan Keenan

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Shannan Keenan
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Cast overview:
Barry Corbin ... Hank
Vaughn Armstrong ... Ed
Chippen Gold Chippen Gold ... Chip
Shawn Patrick Nash ... Jim
Kelie McIver ... Dottie
Liberty Smith Liberty Smith ... Pig-Tailed Girl
Zane Martin Zane Martin ... Little Cowboy
Todd Blubaugh ... Young Couple Male
T'Lane Balue ... Young Couple Female
Isaac Levin Isaac Levin ... Firecracker Boy #1
Tyrel Hoffman Tyrel Hoffman ... Firecracker Boy #2
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Trail End follows Hank Crow as he completes a personal mission of riding every state with his loyal companion, Chip, an old Appaloosa horse. Hank has saved his home state of Kansas for his last ride. Hank and Chip embark on their journey, spanning from the Gypsum Hills to Monument Rocks, finally ending in Hank's childhood town of Dighton. Written by Trail End Production Team

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The journey ends where it began.

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Short | Drama | Western

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Official Sites:

Just Hank Productions

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

10 August 2007 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Alamota, Kansas, USA See more »

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$50,000 (estimated)
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Color

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1.85 : 1
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Elegant Poetic Western Short
5 September 2007 | by del_gadoSee all my reviews

"Trail End" is a marvelous quiet, mature, poem of a movie. With excellent acting, gorgeous photography and locations, and a sure, steady, creative voice, this simple tale of an aging cowboy and horse taking a last ride to fulfill an old dream is moving and elegant. Never falling into the usual short film "see what I can do" traps, it rewards the viewer by telling its story simply and beautifully. Also, unlike most feature Westerns of the last few decades, this is clearly a movie by, for, and about people who truly live and breathe this world. By the end of the film, you'll feel you know the people, the horse, the land, and how they all smell and feel. It's a movie with weather, with aches, with breath. And - I'm not giving anything away to say - an awesome race scene!


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