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Roy Rogers Show on the Radio

Roy Rogers Show on the Radio


NOTE: The photo above is of Roy Rogers and his real-life wife and co-star on this radio show, Dale Evans!

Listen to a Roy Rogers Show radio episode by clicking on a link below:

Apache Grazing Land – March 5, 1953 – 25 Minutes


First Episode: November 21, 1944

Last Episode: July 21, 1955

Number of Episodes: Approximately 348

Network: Mutual (11/21/44 – 5/13/51), NBC (10/5/51)

Cast Members: Roy Rogers, Dale Evans, Gabby Hayes, Joseph Kearns, Bob Nolan, Pat Brady, Frank Hemingway, “Sons Of The Pioneers”, Trigger (Roy’s Palomino horse)

Producer: Art Rush

Director: Tom Hargass

Announcers: Art Balinger

Sound Effects: Unknown

Music: Foy Willing and The Riders of the Purple Sage, Milton Charles, and, of course, Roy, Dale, and the “Sons of the Pioneers” also sang vocals.

Writers: Ray Wilson

Sponsor: Goodyear Tire Company, Mile Laboratories, Quacker Cereal, Post Cereals, Dodge Motor Company

Typical Episode Length: 30 minutes


By 1938, Roy Rogers had established himself as both a movie star and a singing star! He and his second wife, Dale Evans made the perfect radio and TV cowboy/cowgirl couple! Audiences felt like they knew them and cheered them on each week when they would save some poor soul or souls from robbers and con men in the old west.

Roy’s radio show lasted 11 seasons and the Roy Rogers Show On TV stayed on the air for 6 seasons! Roy also made a ton of movies and appeared on numerous other radio and TV shows as a guest star! In addition, Roy had a successful recording career for several years with songs that made it to the top of the charts! His, perhaps, best known song was “Tumbling Tumbleweeds” although most people probably remember him and Dale Evans singing “Happy Trails to You” at the end of each show!


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