Canyon Passage is a 1946 Western film directed by Jacques Tourneur and set in frontier Oregon. It starred Dana Andrews, Susan Hayward and Brian Donlevy. Featuring love triangles and a Native American uprising, it was adapted from the Saturday Evening Post novel Canyon Passage by Ernest Haycox. Hoagy Carmichael (music) and Jack Brooks (lyrics) were nominated for Academy Award for Best Original Song for "Ole Buttermilk Sky". Wikipedia
Canyon Passage is a member of the following lists: American films, English-language films, Films set in the 1850s, Romantic Western (genre) films, Films shot in Technicolor, Films based on Western (genre) novels, Films directed by Jacques Tourneur, 1946 films, Films set in Oregon and Films based on Western novels.
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