The Exodus Album

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Title The Exodus Album
Collection MSS C 80 Movies Made in Utah Photograph Collection, ca. 1928-1960
Source Container Box 1
Date 1929
Subject Motion pictures--Production and direction; Western films
Spatial Coverage Utah, United States
Description Production stills from The Exodus, the only film created by the Pioneer Film Corporation of Utah. The title was changed to "All Faces West" and had its premiere in Salt Lake City in March of 1929. The company went into receivership in September 1929 and the film was sold with the company in July 1930 for $10,000 at public auction. Directed by Raymond K. Johnson (brother of Gladys Johnson, one of the film's stars and stepson of the producer, George Edward Lewis) and starring Ben Lyon and Marie Prevost, the film was released with the title "Call of the Rockies" in 1931 with a runtime of 71 minutes. A edited version running 60 minutes that removed almost all references to the Mormons is also available on DVD.
Rights Management Online access. Reproduction and use by permission from Utah State History.
Publisher Published by Utah State History; digitized and digital file hosted by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah; physical item located at the Utah Department of Cultural and Community Engagement
File Name 39222005036798.pdf
Genre Photograph albums
Type Image/StillImage
Format application/pdf
Language eng
Is Part of
Metadata Cataloger Heidi Tak
ARK ark:/87278/s6pp18kx
Setname dha_mmupc
Date Created 2016-02-05
Date Modified 2019-02-07
ID 483875
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