Dale Evans

American actress, singer and writer Dale Evans

Dale Evans was an American writer, movie star, and singer-songwriter. She was the third wife of singing cowboy Roy Rogers.
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Uvalde, Texas

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Composer Jack Hayes dies at 92 - Variety
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He later toured as bandleader for comedians Abbott & Costello and with cowboy singers Roy Rogers and Dale Evans. He composed several classical works and collaborated with jazz drummer Louis Bellson on numerous jazz and orchestral pieces
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Town remembers the life of Chief of Police Emeritus Gary K. Tyler - Reminder Newspapers
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... the community was made better by Tyler's life itself. He asked, “How are you going to remember Gary Tyler?” In compliance with a special request by Tyler himself, the memorial closed with the playing of “Happy Trails,” by Roy Rogers and Dale Evans
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Area Golf: Wednesday's Senior Scramble results - Corsicana Daily Sun
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Paul Slaughter, James Cummins and Johnny James took second place with a score of 59, also winning a scorecard playoff. Gerry York, John Fitzmaurice, Rinert Schultz and Dale Evans came in third place with a score of, you guessed it, 59
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INLAND: Roy Rogers, Dale Evans celebration includes Norco artist - Press-Enterprise
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Norco artist Katie West is set to participate in a celebration of 100 years of Roy Rogers and Dale Evans set Friday, Saturday, and Aug. 28 in Victorville. West has been working 20-hour days to create new pieces for the event,
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Cowboy Rules to Live By - Memphis Daily News
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He was accompanied by his wife, Dale Evans, and World's Smartest Horse, Trigger. Those were the days when real cowboys wore fringe. Roy, always a “white hat,” had a list of 10 Rider's Rules that dictated behavior. Among the rules are: Be neat and clean
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Tribute to Roy Rogers and Dale Evans tonight at the Texas Theater - Waxahachie Daily Light
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... of the 100th birthday of the great American western screen star Roy Rogers, his oldest daughter Cheryl Rogers Barnett, along with her husband Larry, are on tour paying tribute to the late King of the Cowboys and his wife/co-star Dale Evans Rogers
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'Cowboy Princess' remembers father - Murfreesboro Post
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For Cheryl Rogers-Barnett, growing up the daughter of Roy Rogers and Dale Evans (the “King of the Cowboys” and the “Queen of the West”) was filled with joy, wonder and lots of animals. Not only did Cheryl have Trigger, Roy's golden palomino,
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AV hopes to add 2774 acres - Victorville Daily Press
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The Golden Triangle is bounded by Interstate 15 on the west, Dale Evans Parkway on the east, Johnson Road on the south and Morro Road on the north. Annexing the acreage would roughly double Apple Valley's freewayfrontage property for future commercial
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Ericksons to perform at Victory - Jamestown Sun
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He and his wife, Opal, have been Ambassadors on the Road for The Roy Rogers & Dale Evans Happy Trails Theater & Museum located in Branson. Coming to Victory Lutheran Church Sunday at the 9:30 am worship service for one concert from Branson, Mo.,
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Joliet church plans reopening event one year after fire - Chicago Sun-Times
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We want to say thank you,” said Dale Evans, co-chair of a church building committee that oversaw the reconstruction. The church at Larkin and Clara avenues will hold a dedication service and open house with music and fellowship on the one-year
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Roy Rogers movie marathon on tap tonight - New Philadelphia Times Reporter
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This film marked the first time Rogers worked with Dale Evans. • “Don't Fence Me In,” which follows at 9:30 pm, was released in 1945 and is considered one of his best. Dale Evans plays reporter Toni Ames, who comes to the Wild West in search of a story
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Evans pleads guilty - Lodi News-Sentinel
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Richard Dale Evans, 59, pleaded guilty in Stockton Superior Court on Wednesday to multiple charges of committing lewd acts on a minor by use of force or fear. He also plead guilty to one count of kidnapping a victim younger than 14, and to two special
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Dale Evans
    LATE ADULTHOOD
  • 2001
    Age 88
    In 2001, a Golden Palm Star on the Palm Springs Walk of Stars was dedicated to her and Roy Rogers.
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  • 1976
    Age 63
    In 1976, she was inducted into the Western Performers Hall of Fame at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
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  • FIFTIES
  • 1964
    Age 51
    In 1964, Evans spoke at a "Project Prayer" rally attended by 2,500 at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.
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  • FORTIES
  • 1962
    Age 49
    In late 1962, the couple co-hosted a comedy-western-variety program, The Roy Rogers and Dale Evans Show, which aired on ABC.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1951
    Age 38
    From 1951-57, Evans and Rogers starred in the highly successful television series The Roy Rogers Show, in which they continued their cowboy and cowgirl roles, with her riding her trusty buckskin horse, Buttermilk.
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  • 1947
    Age 34
    Evans married Roy Rogers on New Year's Eve 1947 at the Flying L Ranch in Davis, Oklahoma, where they had earlier filmed the movie Home in Oklahoma.
  • 1946
    Age 33
    The marriage was Rogers' third and Evans' fourth but was successful; the two were a team on- and off-screen from 1946 until Rogers' death in 1998.
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    This deception continued through her divorce from Butts in 1946 and her development as a cowgirl co-star to Roy Rogers at Republic Studios.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1937
    Age 24
    In 1937, she married her third husband, accompanist and arranger Robert Dale Butts; they divorced nine years later.
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  • TEENAGE
  • 1929
    Age 16
    Throughout this early period, Evans went through two additional failed marriages, the first of which was to August Wayne Johns from 1929 to 1935.
    Divorced in 1929, she took the name Dale Evans in the early 1930s to promote her singing career.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1912
    Born
    Born in Uvalde, Texas, she had a tumultuous early life. She was born in 1912 to T. Hillman Smith and Bettie Sue Wood, and was named Lucille Wood Smith at birth; the name was changed to Frances Octavia Smith while she was still an infant.
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