The Overland Limited is a 1925 American silent film directed by Frank O'Neill and produced by Sam Sax with cinematography by Jack MacKenzie. The story was written by James J. Tynan. The film was released July 14, 1925 in New York. The film starred Malcolm McGregor as an idealistic young railroad engineer who designs and builds a new railroad bridge, and Olive Borden as his love interest. The conflicting male lead is played by Ralph Lewis as the railway engineer who ultimately saves a trainload of passengers from the dangerous bridge. The picture concludes with a model set of a steam locomotive breaking through the steel girders and plunging into the river. The film's final scene was promoted with the tagline: "Like a steel comet, the mighty locomotive was hurled into the foaming waters below! The crashing climax of the greatest railroad photo-play ever made". The film was released in Italy as Nastro d'Acciaio.