Utah (film)

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Utah
Utah FilmPoster.jpeg
Directed by John English
Produced by Donald H. Brown (associate producer)
Written by Betty Burbridge (story)
John K. Butler (writer)
Jack Townley (writer)
Gilbert Wright (story)
Starring See below
Cinematography William Bradford
Edited by Harry Keller
Release dates
1945
Running time
77 minutes (original version)
54 minutes (edited version)
Country United States
Language English

Utah is a 1945 American film directed by John English.

Plot[edit]

Misunderstanding what her ranch is worth, Dorothy Bryant sells the land for far less than its value, so it's up to Roy to somehow get it back.

Cast[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

  • Roy Rogers and the Sons of the Pioneers - "Lonesome Cowboy Blues" (Written by Tim Spencer)
  • Sons of the Pioneers - "Five Little Miles" (Written by Bob Nolan)
  • Roy Rogers, Dale Evans and the Sons of the Pioneers - "Utah" (Written by Charles Henderson)
  • Dale Evans - "Thank Dixie For Me" (Written by Dave Franklin)
  • Roy Rogers and the Sons of the Pioneers - "Utah Trail" (Written by Bob Palmer)
  • Roy Rogers - "Beneath a Utah Sky" (Written by Glenn Spencer)
  • The Sons of the Pioneers - "Welcome Home Miss Bryant" (Written by Ken Carson)
  • Roy Rogers - "Wild and Wooly Gals From Out Chicago Way" (Written by Tim Spencer)

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