The film Margie of the Wasatch (1940s) is an early promotional film for the Utah ski industry. Filmed at Alta Ski Area in Little Cottonwood Canyon near Salt Lake City, the movie uses a narrative about two ski instructors competing for the affection of beautiful ski tourist Margie to showcase the Wasatch Mountains and the lessons, facilities, and services available at the resort. Alta began operations in 1939.
The Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort audio-visual collection (1972-1987) consists of six commercial 16mm prints about skiing. One is a promotional film produced by Snowbird. The other films promote other American resorts and skiers competing on the World Cup circuit. Several of the films feature either Snowbird or its employees. This collection also contains a compact disc copy of a 33rpm phonodisc of yodeling music recorded by Arthur Brogli, Snowbird's first tram operator. Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort is located in Little Cottonwood Canyon near Salt Lake City, Utah.