CTVA US Western - "The Roy Rogers Show" (Frontier/NBC) (1951-57) Co-Starring Dale Evans

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The Roy Rogers Show (1951-57)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:
Sal Crisanti , Rina Fox, Louis H. Allgood, Rina Fox
references:
Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
The Roy Rogers Show (season 1) (NBC) (1951-1952)
The Roy Rogers Show (season 2) (NBC) (1952-1953)
The Roy Rogers Show (season 3) (NBC) (1953-1954)
The Roy Rogers Show (season 4) (NBC) (1954-1955)
The Roy Rogers Show (season 5) (NBC) (1955-1956)
The Roy Rogers Show (season 6) (NBC) (1956-1957)

UPA Productions of America / Frontier's, Inc.
for
NBC (Sundays 6:30 entire run 1951-57)

Produced Jack C. Lacey

US Family "modern-day" Western series     1951-57  100 episodes x 30 min bw   
(104 Prod. Nos. allocated; Nos. 73, 90, 91 & 103 not used/missing)
release date 30Dec51
season 1 (1951-52) (prod. nos. 01-25) 25 eps
season 2 (1952-53) (prod. nos. 26-41) 16 eps
season 3 (1953-54) (prod. nos. 42-46) 15 eps
season 4 (1954-55) (prod. nos. 57-71) 15 eps - 1 missing (#73)
season 5 (1955-56) (prod. nos. 72-88) 17 eps
season 6 (1956-57) (prod. nos. 89-104) 16 eps - 3 missing (#90 #91 #103)
Starring
Roy Rogers as Roy Rogers (horse=Trigger, dog=Bullet)
Dale Evans
as Dale Evans (horse=Buttermilk)
with
Pat Brady
as Pat Brady (jeep=Nellybelle)
Reed Howes 
as  Sheriff Tom Blodgett
Harry Harvey, Sr.
as Sheriff Tom Blodgett  (some early episodes)
Recurring Guests  (in various roles):
Don C. Harvey / Jack O'Shea / Terry Frost
Myron Healey /  Carl "Alfalfa" Switzer
Harry Lauter     Gregg Barton
William Fawcett  /  Bob BiceHarry Harvey Jr

Stunts: (some stuntmen also appear in various roles)
Jack Williams (stunts)  *  Bill Catching (stunts)  *  Troy Melton (stunts)  *  Dale Van Sickle (stunts)
Sandy Sanders (stunts)  *  Boyd "Red" Morgan (stunts)Wally West (stunts)Steve Rains (stunts)
Henry Wills (stunts)  *  Fred Graham (stunts)Bert LeBaron (stunts)  * Chuck Roberson (stunts)


Premise:
A modern-era western that relates the adventures of Roy Rogers and
Dale Evans, ranchers and owners of a diner, as they strive to
enforce law and order in Mineral City.

Other Credits:
DIRECTORS INCLUDED:
LESLIE H. MARTINSON, DONALD MCDOUGALL, ROBERT G.WALKER,
GEORGE BLAIR, JOHN ENGLISH, CHRISTIAN NYBY
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ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: HARRY MANCICE
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MANAGEMENT: W.ARTHUR RUSH AND LARRY KENT
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WRITERS INCLUDED:
WILLIAM LIVELY, DWIGHT CUMMIS, DWIGHT BABCOCK, HOWARD J.GREEN,
MILTON RAISON AND ALBERT DEMOND.
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STORY SUPERVISION: HOWARD J.GREEN
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SUPERVISING FILM EDITOR: IRVING BERLIN
PHOTOGRAPHY: JOE NOVAK

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MUSIC: FRANK WORTH
MUSIC EDITOR: HELEN SNEDDON
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FILMING LOCATIONS INCLUDED:
CORRIGANVILLE RANCH AND WESTERN STREET, IVERSON RANCH, WALKER RANCH,
BIG BEAR/CEDAR LAKE, ANDY JAUREGUI RANCH 
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Music by Lou Bring
Theme - "Happy Trails To You" - Dale Evans

Video Playlist - Roy Rogers, This is Your Life (3pt)  14-Jan-1953

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############# unsold pilot 1950 ##############
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included here for reference [LHA]

"Dale Evans, Queen of the West" (proposed series title)
"A Slip of the Gun" (episode title) 1950 30 minutes.
featured on the the DVD -
"Roy Rogers & Dale Evans Presents:
The Television Collection. Pilots and Rarities"

A Union Television Production.
Co-producers:  Jason Bernie, Daniel Winkler.
Directed by: Walter Colmes.
Written by: Russ Burton.
Photography by: Walter Strence.
Production Manager: Bartlet Carre.
Editorial Supervision: Jason Bernie.
Starring:
Dale Evans as Herself,
Forest Taylor as Doc. R.M. Severs,
Lane Bradford as Jackson,
John Crawford as Pete,
Ward Blackburn as Mike,
Stephen Gregory as Ted Wallace,
Bud Osborne as Sheriff,
Richard Bailey as Bostwick
and
Pat Brady as Slugger (uncredited).

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