UTAH TRAIL-An excellent ‘Singing Cowboy’ Western Movie-starring Tex Ritter

Wanna see a Cowboy sing to his beautiful Horse? Well, Tex Ritter sings a Song of Love to his faithful Horse named White Flash.

Well, here’s an excellent Singing Cowboy Old West Western. Here’s the Songs-

  • Tex Ritter – “Utah Trail” (Written by Bob Palmer)
  • Tex Ritter – “Give Me Back My Saddle” (Written by Frank Harford)
  • Tex Ritter – “A Mighty Good Horse” (Written by Frank Harford)
  • Tex Ritter, Horace Murphy and “Snub” Pollard – “A’Roamin’ I’ll Be” (Written by Frank Harford)
  • Rudy Sooter – “Won’t You Be My Buckaroo?” (Written by Rudy Sooter)


In this WESTERN, a Ghost Train running up and down the railroad tracks is Investigated. And this movie has plenty of Action with Cowboys and Outlaws. It’s a fun Watch. Do check it out!

The Utah Trail is a 1938 American Western film directed by Albert Herman.

The Utah Trail
Film poster
Directed byAlbert Herman
Produced byEdward Finney (producer)
Written byEdmond Kelso (story and screenplay)
Lindsley Parsons (story)
StarringSee below
CinematographyFrancis Corby
Edited byFrederick Bain
Distributed byGrand National Films
Release date1938
Running time56 minutes
CountryUnited States