This film was created from 1959-1960 possibly by R. B. "Bud" Hooper of Sonochrome Pictures. The film is a mixture of 16mm color Kodachrome A safety film prints (acetate) with no soundtrack. The film measures roughly 410 feet in length and has a run time of about 17:30. The film follows the turkey as a free range animal to a family cuisine. A man catches a turkey by its legs in a big flock, another man hangs dressed turkeys at a processing warehouse, and then a family sits down to have a large dinner. There are close-ups of salads, asparagus, celery, and tomatoes in addition to the turkey; exterior shots show a mining town (which R. B. "Bud" Hooper believes is Park City, Utah).
"Orig. File 18-C Utah 3" is written on the lid of the can."18-C Utah 3" is written on the side of the can. There is a Kodak Kodachrome Safety Color Film sticker on the bottom of the can. There is a spot sheet inside of the can that details the scenes that can be found on the roll. "Utah R3" is written on the leader.