Birth Name: Roy Rogers
Birth Place: Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
Death Place: Apple Valley, California, USA
In 1944, he appeared in "The Cowboy and the Senorita". Playing a supporting role was Dale Evans, a band and radio singer with only a few films under her belt. In 1947, Rogers and Evans were married and began to make more than 20 films together. But the rise of TV had killed the Poverty Row studios which had made Rogers a star, and he joined the gallop of other lucky Western matinee stars into the new medium. From 1951-57, he starred with Evans in "The Roy Rogers Show" (NBC), riding his horse Trigger while Evans rode her Buttermilk. Each week, Rogers would save the West from some evildoers, and Evans would sing "Happy Trails to You", the song she wrote for the show. Rogers character was stalw...
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