"Stan Midgley returns again, this time presenting the "Yellowstone Tetons and Glacier Park." In the wonderful northwest corner of Wyoming you can see spectacular mountains, beautiful lakes, canyons, waterfalls, wild animals and more natural wonders than a tourist can see in a month. There are superb pictures of most of the world's greatest geysers and the changes made by the great 1959 earthquake with before and after pictures. There is Earthquake Lake and its notorious landslide. The Cooke City Red Lodge Highway over the Beartooth Mountains —Ghost Towns and modern towns of Western Montana —Glacier Park, beautiful from the highway, incomparable from the wilderness trail. The ending comes in the golden glory of autumn." Central Union Reaper, Sept. 27, 1966, 3.
Also identified with the title Yellowstone Tetons and Glacier Park.
This film is a part of the Stan Midgley Collection held by the UCLA Film and Television Archive.
Screening references: The Daily Iowan, Oct. 12, 1960, 3; Pacific Union Recorder, Jan. 16, 1961, 8; Independent Star News, Feb. 4, 1962, 57; The Hillsdale Daily News, March 9, 1963, 5; The News-Palladium, March 26, 1964, 29; Central Union Reaper, Sept. 27, 1966, 3; Pacific Union Recorder, Sept. 20, 1971, 7.
Stan Midgley Collection, UCLA Film and Television Archive