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  Dale Evans - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Born in Uvalde, Texas, Dale Evans had a tumultuous early life, eloping with her first husband Thomas F. Fox at 14.
Rogers and Evans were a team on screen and off from 1946 until Rogers' death in 1998.
For her contribution to radio, Dale Evans has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6638 Hollywood Blvd. and a second star at 1737 Vine Street.
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 Dale Evans   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Born in Uvalde, Texas, Evans had a tumultuous early life, eloping with her first husband Thomas F. Fox at 14.
After beginning her career singing at the radio station where she was employed as a secretary, Evans had a productive career as a jazz, swing and big band singer which lead to a screen test and contract with 20th Century Fox studios.
From 1951 to 1957, Dale Evans and her husband starred in the highly successful televison series The Roy Rogers Show in which they continued their cowboy/cowgirl roles, her riding her trusty buckskin horse, Buttermilk.
www.worldslastchance.com /encyclopedia/index.php/Dale_Evans   (822 words)

 obits.com, The Internet Obituary Network, Obituary for Dale Evans
Though Dale Evans became emblematic of All-American family values and domestic solidarity, the beloved singer and actress arose from a tumultuous early life that lent itself to a number of her 20 inspirational books.
Under Rivkin's management Dale Evans was repackaged for the Hollywood publicity machine: seven years were shaved off her age, she was ordered to remove her wedding band, and the trades soon lauded her selfless devotion to her teenaged brother Tommy, who was actually her son.
Evans was offered her first top billed role in "The Cowboy and the Senorita", though it was not an initially smooth initiation into starring roles on the Sagebrush Stage.
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 Dale Evans Rogers Biography
Dale headed for Chicago where she became a vocalist with a number of different 'big bands'.
Dale spent a lot of time touring though after a two-month stint at The Coconut Grove, Dale left the Orchestra and returned to Chicago where she was hired as staff singer for radio station WBBM.
Dale Evans, died February 7 of heart failure, at the age of 88.
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 Barnes & Noble.com - Biography - Dale Evans
Rogers and Evans' marriage was sorely tested by multiple tragedies; of Evans' six children, one was mentally retarded and only three survived past the age of 21.
Evans was strengthened by the solidarity of her marriage and by her unwavering religious convictions.
In the mid-'90s Dale Evans was in the process of recovering from a serious illness, and resuming her religious and charitable activities.
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 Catching Up With Dale Evans
Together Dale and Roy parented a family of nine children, including one from her first marriage, two from his previous marriage, and one together.
In 1992, Dale had a heart attack, and she suffered a stroke in 1996 that weakened her left arm and left leg.
Dale wasn't the only member of her family to rebel against the idea of insulin shots.
www.mendosa.com /evans.htm   (1030 words)

 Heroine Worship: Dale Evans, Homebody on the Range   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Rose kept a photo of Roy Rogers and Dale Evans at hand always, believing in her heart that Roy and Dale were her true parents.
Dale Evans appeared in some 20 Roy Rogers Western films, as well as six seasons of "The Roy Rogers Show," and always in the most dynamite costumes.
When Roy and Dale married in 1947, their studio was dubious (would America accept a married romantic couple?) but their fans were delighted.
www.nytimes.com /specials/magazine4/articles/evans.html   (575 words)

 Dale Evans   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Though Dale Evans is more famous for being married to singing cowboy star Roy Rogers, she is an accomplished performer in her own right.
Dale Evans married Roy Rogers in 1947, and the couple often appeared together on the big screen.
Dale decided Roy needed a theme song and since he penned all his autographs with "Trails of Happiness" or "Happy Trails, Roy Rogers", the title came easily.
www.cowgirls.com /dream/cowgals/daleevans.htm   (358 words)

 Rockn' V Southwestern Ranch™ Home, near Branson, MO and Ozark Mountain Country - *Tribute to Dale Evans*
Evans met Roy Rogers in the early 1940s through a mutual agent, but it was not until 1944 that they first worked on a movie together, "The Cowboy and the Senorita." By that time, Evans had at least nine movies to her name.
Evans was a gracious and beautiful performer, said visitor Kathy Favreau, who had traveled from Colorado Springs, Colo., with her husband and mother to visit the museum.
Dale Evans became emblematic of All-American family values and domestic solidarity, the beloved singer and actress arose from a tumultuous early life that lent itself to a number of her 28 inspirational books.
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 Happy Trails Dale Evans, Queen of the West!
Dale Evans, known to millions of fans throughout the world as the Queen of the West, passed away quietly in her sleep, surrounded by her family singing gospel songs and hymns, on Wednesday, February 7.
Mature for her age, Dale eloped at 14, had a son at 15, and was divorced by the age of 16.
Dale Evans is survived by her sons, Tom Fox and Roy “Dusty” Rogers, Jr.; daughters Cheryl Barnett; Linda Lou Johnson, Dodie Sailors; and Marion Swift; 16 grandchildren; more than 30 great-grandchildren, and a host of friends and fans.
www.happytrails.org /dale_evans.html   (1014 words)

 Dale Evans
Dale was married in 1937 and divorced in 1946 from Republic musical director Robert Dale Butts.
Dale also played herself during several years of the radio THE ROY ROGERS SHOW which was broadcast from 1944-1955 on NBC and Mutual (as best I can recall, songstress Pat Friday played Dale during some of the radio show run).
Dale Evans and Reno Browne/Blair were the only B western heroines to have their own comic book series.
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 Dale Evans: bio and encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
After beginning her career singing at the radio station where she was employed as a secretary, EHandler: no quick summary.
Evans married Roy Rogers on New Years Eve[Click link for more facts about this topic] 1946.
(Dale Evans and her husband starred in the highly successful televison series The Roy Rogers Show in which they continued their cowboy/cowgirl roles, EHandler: no quick summary.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/d/da/dale_evans.htm   (897 words)

For me and thousands of other people like me, Dale's greatest contribution wasn't her songs, or singing voice, or those old shows, although I liked them all a lot, too, Dale touched our lives in a much more important way because we were parents of kids with developmental disabilities.
For me, the important thing is that Dale Evans made being the parent of a child with a disability something to be proud of and I am extremely grateful for that.
When Dale Evans had the strength of character to speak proudly of having a child with a developmental disability, she blazed a trail through a frightening wilderness for other parents.
www.inclusiondaily.com /news/daleevans.htm   (1177 words)

 Cowboy Queen Dale Evans Dies - Feb 07, 2001 - E! Online News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Dale Evans, wife and steady companion to Roy Rogers, died Wednesday.
Evans, who together with her singing-cowboy king hubby starred in 35 movies and cowrote more than 400 jangly tunes, including their immortal theme song, "Happy Trails to You," died of congestive heart failure in her home in Apple Valley, California.
Evans had battled heart problems for years; in 1999, she was hospitalized after having a mild heart attack.
www.eonline.com /News/Items/0,1,7785,00.html   (432 words)

 Roy Rogers & Dale Evans
Dale often liked to tell her own children as well as the rest of us, "Your life is the only Bible some people will ever read"; and for us youngsters who adored them, Roy and Dale truly were an inspiration of near-biblical significance.
Are they truly in love?" When we tell her that Roy and Dale in person today are as kind and bright and charming and plumb good as she remembers from forty years ago, she beams with delight, looking like a little girl with stars in her eyes.
Dale was my role model when I was growing up because she showed you could be a cowgirl with a fast horse and be pretty, too.
www.sunsethills.cc /sunset_hills/roy_dale/roy_dale.htm   (1163 words)

 Dale Evans Biography
Dale was born Frances Octavia Smith, October 31, 1912 in Uvalde, Texas—a place of birth that would be quite significant later in her career.
Dale had her son, Tom, and Roy had an adopted daughter, Cheryl, and birth children Linda Lou and Roy Rogers, Jr., "Dusty", from his first wife, Arline, ‘who had died after Dusty’s birth.
Full retirement proved an elusive concept for Dale, as she and Roy were as visible as ever, despite accepting only an extremely limited number of engagements.
www.royrogers.com /dale_evans_bio.html   (1021 words)

 PROFILE ON Roy Rogers and Dale Evans
Dale Evans, The Texas stenographer with the melodic voice who became the buckskin-fringed "Queen of the West" and wife of "King of the Cowboys" Roy Rogers, died on Wednesday, February 7, 2001.
Dale, a prolific writer of songs and books and an admired Christian lay leader, died of congestive heart failure at her home in Apple Valley, California.
Dale wrote 25 songs, including the couple's theme song, "Happy Trails." Other hits were "Aha, San Antone," which sold 200,000 copies after its release in 1947, and the Christian-oriented "The Bible Tells Me So," one of the best sellers of 1955.
www.accomics.com /accomicswesterns/roy.htm   (1094 words)

 TRIBUTE to DALE EVANS - NASH CATS - Fan sites, Nashville, mp3, Lyrics, Resources
Scribbling on an envelope, Dale wrote the famous lyrics and taught the melody to Roy and the Sons of the Pioneers forty minutes before show time.
More recently, Dale's work in music and television had been in the gospel vein, appearing on Public TV with Roy Rogers in variety and Christian shows.
Written in a poignant, tender style, Angel Unaware is the compassionate story of Down's Syndrome child, Robin Elizabeth Rogers, daughter of Roy and Dale Evans Rogers.
trowbridgeplanetearth.com /NASH/webpgs/Tributes/DaleEvans.html   (409 words)

 Roy Rogers and Dale Evans Museum, Victorville, California Report   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Dale died on February 8, 2001, at age 88; Roy went in 1998.
Dale has joined Roy in the family plot at Sunset Hills Cemetery in Apple Valley, California.
Dale married Roy in 1947, after the death of his first wife.
www.roadsideamerica.com /attract/CAVICroyrogers.html   (465 words)

 Roy Rogers™ & Dale Evans Tribute Revolver   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
On the right side of the frame, Dale is shown on her famous buckskin quarterhorse, Buttermilk.
To her right, a length of braided rope frames the legend, "Dale Evans, Queen of the West." Trigger gets his own portrait on the backstrap, where a braided rope encircles the legend, "Happy Trails," Roy and Dale's signature phrase.
Since the Roy Rogers and Dale Evans Tribute is a working Colt Single Action Army Revolver, we will arrange delivery through a licensed firearms dealer of your choice.
www.americaremembers.com /Products/ROYDETP/ROYDETP.asp   (393 words)

 Singing Cowboy With Dog - Dale Evans Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Dale Evans with Roy Rogers Dale Evans with Buttermilk
Some were better than others, but few were as good as "Happy Trails." "Happy Trails" was written by Dale Evans in 1950, while preparing for a radio show.
Short Biography Though Dale Evans is more famous for being married to singing cowboy star Roy Rogers, she is an accomplished performer in her own right.
www.geocities.com /singingcowboy2/dalevans/dalevans.htm   (338 words)

 Amazon.com: HAPPY TRAILS : Our Life Story: Books: Roy Rogers,Dale Evans   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Roy Rogers and Dale Evans, who played highly moral heroes and heroines and satisfied America's passion for westerns in the 1940s and '50s, here present their dual autobiography, co-written by pop culture-chronicler Sterns (Way Out West).
What a pairing: Roy Rogers and Dale Evans, the cowboy king and the western queen, teamed with those connoisseurs of kitsch, Jane and Michael Stern, authors of The Encyclopedia of Bad Taste (1990) and many other tongue-in-cheek homages to the way we were before it all went bad.
We cry along with Dale when she recounts the tragedies of her life (the deaths of three children), and when the Sterns describe a friend remembering how, as a kid, she strained to touch Roy's hand while he circled Madison Square Garden on Trigger, we wish we had been there, too.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0684804360?v=glance   (1114 words)

 Dale Evans   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Dale Evans was the epitome of the hearty, Bible-thumpin', All-American girl made good.
A radio singer, she went on to partner with her husband, Western star Roy Rogers, in two TV series, in which she would sing "Happy Trails to You" while riding her horse, Buttermilk, and smiling, smiling, smiling.
Evans was born with a dream, although when she was already once widowed at age 17, things might have seen pretty bleak.
www.hollywood.com /celebs/detail/celeb/198012   (159 words)

 AAA Traveler - museum devoted to Roy Rogers, Dale Evans
The museum, which moved from California to Branson this summer, pays tribute to Rogers and Evans, who were probably the most popular cowboy and cowgirl the world has ever known.
The collection includes family photos dating back to Roy’s and Dale’s childhoods, colorful costumes, parade saddles and memorabilia from the silver screen and television.
“Dale and I like to think that it will be a place for people to come have fun and learn about our lives, and also to remember what America was like so many years ago,” he wrote.
www.ouraaa.com /traveler/0311/tre_rogers_m.html   (369 words)

 Roy Rogers & Dale Evans - Happy Trails
Yet in my adolescent fantasy world there were none to compare with the silver-screen daring-do of Roy Rogers as he exposed mortgage-foreclosing bankers for the wicked men they were, rounded up scruffy bands of dastardly cattle rustlers, rescued damsels from all manner of distress, and generally championed countless underdogs trying to tame the West.
Not only was she smart, pretty, and able to ride a horse with the best of them, but she had that familiar Texas ring to her voice that would have made her a welcomed visitor in our home even if Roy had been detained at the studio.
Which is to say that the opportunity to work with people I have admired for a great portion of my life, people who were and are a vital part of Americana, is equal parts humbling and challenging.
www.mjq.net /truecrime/carltonstowers/happytrails.htm   (657 words)

 DALE EVANS Autograph
She agrees to employ the William Morris Agency as her agent in theatrical motion pictures for a period of one year from this date.
Evans (1912-2001) made many Westerns for Republic Pictures, meeting Roy Rogers there and marrying him in 1947.
They starred on television on The Roy Rogers Show (1951-1957) and The Roy Rogers and Dale Evans Show (1962-1963) which closed with their theme song, written by Dale Evans, "Happy Trails to You".
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 Dale Evans
Rogers and Evans were also well known as advocates for adoption and as founders and operators of children's charities.
In Apple Valley, California, where they made their home, numerous streets and highways as well as civic buildings have been named after them in recognition of their efforts on behalf of homeless and handicapped children.
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 Cowboys & Indians: Dale Evans
She got more than that with her mother, a heroine brave enough to risk her career in order that Robinóand countless other kids—could live happily ever after.
"Dale embodied the credo of the West as much off-screen as she did on-screen," Katharine Ross says.
Whether it was at home with her family or on the set making movies, Dale Evans put others first.
www.cowboysindians.com /articles/archives/0601/evans.html   (603 words)

 Dale Evans
Dale Evans the famous cowgirl, was best known for being married to singing cowboy star Roy Rogers, she was also an accomplished actress, singer, songwriter, leader, and mother.
Dale Evans was born in Uvalde, Texas as Lucille Wood Smith,
Dale was one of the women who did a lot to change public
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