the Silver Screen Cowboys,
In Memoriam Roy Rogers 1911-1998
CowboyPal Radio Classics including Roy Rogers show, Hopalong Cassidy, Gene
Autry Melody Ranch, Red Ryder
on Old Time Radio Western Classics
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Rogers Movie Poster Gallery
Song from Roy Rogers' movie "Susanna Pass"
Roy Rogers' movie "Twilight In the Sierras"
Brady & Estelitta Rodriquez sing "Pancho's Rancho"
Dale Evans sings "It's One Wonderful Day"
Relive the Old West
at Gabby Hayes Day, Wellsville, NY
Hayes Day in Wellsville, NY
Stars of '40s
"Gabby" Hayes starred in hundreds of Republic westerns, Gabby was sidekick
to many of Western Stars among them John Wayne, Gene Autry, Hopalong Cassidy,
Wild Bill Elliott and Roy Rogers. Gabby Hayes one of the most beloved of
all B-western movie characters and teller of tall tales to show up on the
silver screen. Author of such outrageous sayings as; "Dern Persnickety
Women", "Why you young Whipper Snapper" and "You dern Tooting"
and Gabby movie clip from "Along the Navajo Trail",
dog in 17 states
Rogers Early Years
Man pf Deadwood
Trails Children's Foundation, Apple Valley Ca.
Trails Children's Foundation
song of Roy Rogers Show "Happy Trails"
Real Video produced with permission from Rick Ernster's "Tribute
to Roy" by CowboyPal.com
Poem to Roy Rogers
Ed Phillips, 1998, All rights reserved
of the east from Ohio, with the rising sun
this boy from Duck Run
came ridin’ to California with Dad in a pickup truck,
fruit to pick and a west to tame.
came before him and more than a few thereafter,
their fortune and fame
mighty Pioneer, Roy Rogers, was his name.
rode into the movies upon a golden charger,
with a palomino mane.
the hearts of grownups and children all the same.
song, a film and memories are all that remain.
a mighty man, Roy Rogers, was his name.
rode many a trail in dreams with Roy,
hands on the rein at the movie show
now, without me, into the sunset he rides once again.
Trigger, his horse, into a great heavenly plain.
legend, my pal, Roy Rogers rides into God's domain.
all our hearts.
Roy's Movie Trailer
from "Bells of Rosarita" featuring his Republic saddlepals
Allan "Rocky" Lane,
Bob Livingston, Don "Red" Barry, Sunset Carson, "Wild Bill" Elliott
of Rosarita film trailer
Roy Rogers and Dale
Evans Museum & Happy Trails Theater
3950 Green Mountain
Dr., just off Hwy. 76
behind Yakov Smirnoff's
Now Open in Branson,
Roy Rogers and Dale
Barcroft starred as the "bad guy" in many of Roy's westerns.
is dedicated to our Western Heritage and heroes of the Silver Screen
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