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Roy Rogers Old Time Radio Program

Roy Rogers Old Time Radio Program Show
1/2 hour western (sometimes variety) show
"King of the Cowboys"

Roy Rogers, known as the “King of the Cowboys” was born Leonard Slye in 1911 in Cincinatti. He passed away in 1998, just a few months before fellow singing cowboy legend Gene Autrey. The Slyes lived a somewhat vagabond life. Traveling around the country trying to find steady and good employment. The Slyes survived floods, factories closing, false employment leads, and other difficulties. Roy found himself traveling to California as part of the great Okie migration to find a job. Rogers later read John Steinbeck's 'Grapes of Wrath' and commented on its accuracy. In short, his early years were pretty rough. Deciding that his future in fruit picking and shoe factories (his job of choice to that point) was not for him, Roy turned to music. He had been entertaining his traveling companions with his guitar and voice all this time.

Roy's music career started in 1931 with a group called “Uncle Murray's Hollywood Hillbillies.” Deciding that no one in their right minds would listen to a band called that, Rogers played for several other cowboy music bands. Eventually Rogers settled in with a group called the “Sons of the Pioneers.” Then in 1937 due to a dispute between Gene Autrey and the bosses as Republic Pictures, Roy got his break in the movies, and changed his name from Slye to Roy Rogers. He went on to star in over 100 movies.

The early years of the radio show was basically a western variety/music show. Featuring Rogers and the Sons of the Pioneers singing such songs as “Tumbling Tumbleweeds, Cool Waters and, Don't Fence Me In.. But over the years the show lost more of the music and gained more of the typical western storylines. Every good cowboy needs a good horse, and Roy's was his Palomino horse called Trigger. Trigger was so popular in the 1950s that he would occasionally leave Roy and star in his own adventures. And sometimes Trigger would pair up with Roy's German Shepherd dog, Bullet. You would think that a cowboy with both a horse and a dog might not need a woman, but Roy teamed up with singer and cowgirl Dale "Queen of the West" Evans. Dale co-starred in Roy's movies, and played a similar girlfriend role in these radio programs. Dale was considered the most popular woman in Westerns and she wrote the couples theme song "Happy Trails". After Roy's wife Arlene died, Roy and Dale got married in 1947 and stayed together for the rest of his life, Dale passed away in 2001.

The episodes in this collection are mostly of the later years, relegating the music sometime to just a song at the end. But no matter the episode, they almost all end with

Happy Trails to You, Until We Meet Again...

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Roy Rogers episode list
66 episodes

450123 Guest Serah Berner
450130 Tom Barnes - Texas Ranger
450508 (25) Porter Hall, V¬hlain
450508 Legend of Pecos Bill
480328 (Aud) The Case of the Mysterious Puppet
480328 Audition bloopers and false starts
490508 Pacos Bill
510304 Wagon Raiders
511012 Ed Bailey's Bad Luck
511019 03 -Night Riders
511026 04 -Old Prospecting Friends
511102 Doug Manson Gang
511109 After Counterfeiters
511116 07 -Lawman's Badge
511123 DeBona Gang
511130 The Map
511207 (10) Eight Convicts
511214 (11) Bribe
511221 012-Prodigal
511228 013-The_De_Bona_Gang
520104 014-Andy_Sales
520111 Cattle Swindle
520118 Owlhoot Trail
520125 Wake of the Storm
520201 Rustlers in Paradise Valley
520208 The Jinxed Ranch
520215 (20) Gold Camp and Winding Creek
520222 (21) Hideaway
520229 (22) Professor Douglas Manson
520307 (23) On the Lookout for John Kennedy
520314 (24) The Lee Burlough Gang
520321 (25) Herb Selby and Counterfeit Money
520328 (26) Salted Desert Property
520404 (27) Old Sid Kenyon Rustlers
520411 (28) Rene Eigan Case
520828 (01) Paradise Valley Sweepstakes
520904 (02) Stolen Diamonds in Hollowed Steer Horn
520911 (03) Smuggled Pearls via Frozen Salmon
520918 (04) Red Danger and Black Gold
520925 (05) Rodeo Yarn
521002 (06) Smuggling Aliens
521009 (07) Fred App Wants to Buy the Ranch
521016 (08) About Indians
521023 (09) Lefty Roberts
521030 (10) Wailing Gold Mine
521106 (11) Range War
521113 (12) Lefty Roberts
521120 (13) Trigger Has Been Stolen
521127 (14) Stealing Cattle by Whirly Bird
521204 (15) The Last Coach
521211 (16) The Boiling Treasure Chest
521218 (17) White Buckskin Jacket
521225 (18) The Night Before the Night Before Christmas
530101 (19) Corky Lewis
530108 (20) The Key
530115 (21) The Gold Mine Spread
530122 (22) The Cash and Carry Rodeo
530129 (23) The Shack
530205 (24) Fireworks
530212 (25) Uranium Claim
530219 (26) Happy Birthday, Sheriff
530226 (27) Checkered Neckerchief
530305 (28) Apache Grazing Land
530312 (29) Domino
530319 (30) Black Gold
530326 (31) Rabies

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