Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
This obscure silent Western was the brainchild of Victor Adamson, a peripheral producer/director/actor who also used the nommes de cinema Denver Dixon, William Mix, and Art Mix. The star of Salt Lake Trail was indeed Art Mix but by 1926, Adamson had hired rodeo cowboy George Kesterson to assume the identity. Kesterson's leading lady, Dorothy Lee, was apparently not the blonde vaudevillian who graced the comedies of Wheeler and Woolsey. Salt Lake Trail was released as a Denver Dixon Production.