"A most workmanlike travelog of the West is Bryce Canyon Wonderland, a Kodachrome accomplishment of Frank Gunnell. Even, careful exposures make the film a delight on the screen, while interesting touches portraying the personal angle provide the cinematic punctuation. Gorgeous color rendition obtained in this wonderland was the result of experience and good judgment. The use of a tripod for every shot, coupled with finished technique and a dramatic subject, accounts for this film's photographic excellence." Movie Makers, Dec. 1936, 549.
"In Bryce Canyon Wonderland, a crisp and chromatic scenic, by Frank Gunnell, ACL, we liked best the shot of a dog trying to see if the canyon's colors were brighter if viewed upside down." Movie Makers, Dec. 1936, 565.
The film won first prize in the Metropolitan Motion Picture Club annual film contest for club members in 1937 (Movie Makers, March 1937, 125).
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