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Utah

1945

Roy Rogers has been managing the Bar X ranch for Dorothy (Dale Evans), with the Sons of the Pioneers as ranchhands, and the well-equipped, profitable Bar X is a far cry from the rundown, rocky ranch that adjoins it that belongs to Roy's friend Gabby Whittaker (George Hayes). Cattle broker Ben Bowman (Grant Withers) approaches Roy with a proposition to fleece Dorothy and split the profits, and Roy has a fight with Bowman and his henchman Steve Lacey (Hal Taliaferro). When the girls arrive, Roy is dismayed to learn that Dorothy intends to sell the ranch, and to restrain her from such a foolish action as getting rid of a profitable ranch, he and Gabby and the Pioneers trick her into believing that Gabby's run-down spread is the Bar X


Utah is a 1945 American film directed by John English (director).

Cast

  • Roy Rogers as Roy Rogers
  • Trigger (horse) as Trigger, Roy's Horse
  • George 'Gabby' Hayes as Gabby Wittaker
  • Dale Evans as Dorothy Bryant
  • Peggy Stewart (actress) as Jackie (Dorothy's friend)
  • Beverly Lloyd as Wanda - Bob's girl friend
  • Jill Browning as Babe (Dorothy's showgirl friend)
  • Vivien Oakland as Stella Mason
  • Grant Withers as Ben Bowman
  • Hal Taliaferro as Steve Lacy
  • Jack Rutherford (actor) as Sheriff McBride
  • Emmett Vogan as Chicago Police Chief
  • Bob Nolan as Bob
  • Sons of the Pioneers as Cowhands / Musicians

Soundtrack

  • Roy Rogers and the Sons of the Pioneers - "Lonesome Cowboy Blues" (Written by Tim Spencer (singer))
  • 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 E. 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 (composer))
  • 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)

Category:1945 films
Category:American films
Category:Republic Pictures films
Category:English-language films
Category:Black-and-white films
Category:1940s Western (genre) films
Category:American Western (genre) films

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Donald H. Brown

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