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Fourth of the "Road" films, wherein the boys wind up in Alaska posing as two famous escaped killers in order to locate a secret gold mine. One of the series' funniest and most spontaneous entries, abetted by Benchley's dry, upper-crust comments.

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Available on Running time 90 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Alaska, Musical Comedy, Road Trip, Screen Teams: Hope & Crosby
Screenplay
Norman Panama, Melvin Frank
Cast
Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, Dorothy Lamour, Jack La Rue, Robert Benchley, Douglass Dumbrille, Hillary Brooke, Robert Barrat, Nestor Paiva
Cinematography
Lionel Lindon
Director
Hal Walker
Music
Johnny Burke, Leigh Harline, James Van Heusen
Producer
Paramount Pictures

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Stacey

Hal Walker directed the film The Road to Utopia starring Bing Crosby (as Duke Johnson), Bob Hope (as Chester Hooton) and Dorothy Lamour (as Sal Van Hoyden). The Road to Utopia came out in 1946 and has a total running time of 90 minutes. The Road to Utopia is a family comedy is about Duke and Chester hunting and searching for a gold mine in Alaska. While aboard a ship, they find a map showing where to find a secret gold mine but two robbers, McGurk and Sperry, have stolen it! So Duke and Chester feel it’s best if they dress up like the two robbers to get off the ship. There are others also trying to get the map and keep the fortune for themselves. Sal Van Hoyden’s father had the map and now she is trying to get it back. Also, Ace Larson, her love, wants the map. Now they are all chasing each other trying to get the map that leads them to this secret gold mine!