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Utah (1945)






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Most cowboy leading men have only a single leading lady: in Utah, Roy Rogers is literally surrounded by delectable females, including his perennial movie (and real-life) sweetheart Dale Evans. The plot concerntrates on actress Dorothy Bryant (Evans), who inherits a ranch in (where else?) Utah. Hoping to raise money for her upcoming musical show, Dorothy intends to sell the ranch, but foreman Roy Rogers doesn't want her to. Joining Rogers in his efforts to block the sale is cantankerous neighboring rancher Gabby (George "Gabby" Hayes). After innumerable complications, Dorothy realizes that Rogers is right-and manages to have her cake and eat it too by staging her musical revue at the ranch itself. Appearing as Dorothy's entourage are such appealing Republic starlets as Peggy Stewart, Jill Browning and Beverly Loyd.more
Rating: Unrated
Genre: Western, Action & Adventure
Directed By:
Written By: Jack Townley, John K. Butler
In Theaters:
On DVD: Mar 1, 2005
Republic Pictures


Dale Evans
as Dorothy
Emmett Vogan
as District Attorney
Edward Cassidy
as Curry - Chicago Catt...
Hal Taliaferro
as Steve Lacey
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All Critics (1)

As far as singing cowboy B Westerns go, this lively one strikes just the right chord.

Full Review… | March 12, 2007
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Audience Reviews for Utah

Another movie from the Mill Creek Roy Rogers 20 movie collection. Roy is in charge of a ranch that is owned by a girl back in Chicago, she travels west to sell the farm but is swindled by both Roy and Ben Bowman, but Roy is to make things right but he must travel back to Chicago to do so. The good guys wear white and of course the bad guys are all in black, 3 stars

Bruce Bruce

Super Reviewer

An awful Roy Rogers western. Rogers, always the good guy, spends the movie lying to the owner of his ranch, breaking out of jail, and being on the wrong side of the law. Not qualities you'd expect from the hero. Of course, it all works out in his favor, which is unrealistic as all tarnation. Gabby Hayes is plum awful as the comic relief. Garbage.


A little less than usual for a Roy Rogers movie, this one has Dale Evans as well. The songs are not particularly memorable but its light and enjoyable.

James Higgins

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