Director George Sherman
Music director Walter Scharf
Country United States
Cinematography Irving Glassberg
|Writer Zane Grey, Maurice Geraghty|
Release date May 5, 1949 (1949-05-05)
Cast Howard Duff (Lin Sloane (aka Lin Cordts)), Ann Blyth (Lucy Bostel), Edgar Buchanan (Jonah Johnson), George Brent (Matthew Bostel), Jane Darwell (Aunt Jane), John McIntire (Floyd Cordts)
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Red Canyon is a 1949 Technicolor Western directed by George Sherman and starring Ann Blyth, Howard Duff and George Brent. It was based on the novel Wildfire by Zane Grey.
The plot revolves around Black Velvet, a wild stallion that runs rampant across the range. Two people, reformed bad man Lin Sloan (played by Howard Duff) and tomboyish farmer's daughter Lucy Bostel (Ann Blyth), think they can tame him. In the process, they tame each other.
Parts of the film were shot in Duk Creek, Cascade Falls, Kanab Canyon, Kanab Race Track, Aspen Mirror Lake, Paria, Tibbets Valley, and Bryce Canyon in Utah.
ReferencesRed Canyon (1949 film) Wikipedia
Red Canyon (1949 film) IMDb Red Canyon (1949 film) themoviedb.org