Roy Rogers King Of The Cowboys
King of the cowboys Roy Rogers rides the range in two classic westerns. Presented In Black and White.
Roy Rogers, the king of the Cowboys, takes to the high plains again in the name of truth and justice. Presented In Black and White.
It is a double helping of rootin tootin action with two big westerns from the King of the Cowboys, Roy Rogers. Includes: "The Arizona Kid" (1939) and "Ridin' Down the Canyon" (1942).
In the early 1940's, Roy Rogers (Leonard Skye, 1911-1998) became "The King of the Cowboys" after reaching the number one status as Hollywood's biggest western box office star. Episodes Include: "Apache Rose" - In this fast-paced film, Roy must find out who is responsible for the attempted murder of a rancher's niece after a rich oil deposit is found on their land.
Roy Rogers, the King of the Cowboys, takes to the high plains in the name of truth and justice with his trusty golden palomino, Trigger, and Bullet, the wonder dog. Featuring Dale Evans, the Queen of the West and Pat Brady as his comical sidekick. "Ranch War": Thieving land grabbers take an expectant mother hostage in a dispute over grazing rights. "The Peddler From Pecos": Ruthless poachers murder a Federal Agent when he discovers their criminal activity.
Roy Rogers, the king of the Cowboys, takes to the high plains in the name of truth and justice with his trusty golden palomino, Trigger, and Bullet, the wonder dog. Presented In Black and White.
Roy Rogers, King of the Cowboys, along with his wife Dale Evans, Queen of the West, and Roy's golden palomino Trigger, the Smartest Horse in the movies, entertain with songs, laughs, and action in two uncut versions of their finest films.
Roy Rogers and Dale Evans ruled the West from the silver screen as the King of Cowboys and and Queen of the West. Off screen, this husband and wife duo raised a family and lived the "Code of the West." Now, in this new biography, named for their first feature film as a pair, the Rogers family shares the inside story of these beloved Western icons, detailing their personal struggles and rise to stardom, the lives of their children, the tragedies that befell their family, and their memories of Roy and Dale and Trigger and other sidekicks on the silver screen and behind the scenes.
Roy Rogers Wall Calendar: Known as the King of Cowboys, Roy Rogers was one of the silver screen s most popular singers and Western stars of his era. Celebrate his most heroic roles along with Dale, Trigger and Bullet in this extraordinary wall calendar. The large format features daily grids with ample room for jotting appointments, birthdays and personal reminders.
Harken back to those glorious days of early television when Cowboys were King and the West was still Wild! You'll be entertained by the exploits of such stars as The Lone Ranger, Kit Carson, Annie Oakley, The Cisco Kid and Roy Rogers! You'll be thrilled by the hard-riding and fast-shooting stories of your favorite television heroes in their adventures that delighted audiences of all ages.
Roy Rogers and Dale Evans ruled the West from the silver screen as the King of Cowboys and and Queen of the West. Off screen, this husband and wife duo raised a family and lived the "Code of the West." Now, in this new book, the Rogers family shares their memories of Roy, Dale, and Trigger, along with their other sidekicks and more than a hundred never before seen, behind the scenes photographs.
King of the cowboys, queen of the west
A 5-DVD bundle pack five thrilling action-packed adventures starring the King of the Cowboys, Roy Rogers.
Now for the first time an in-depth collection surveying the greatest cowboy strip to grace newspapers, "Roy Rogers." See the adventures of Roy Rogers, Dale Evans, and Trigger in both the black-and-white daily strips and twelve complete full-color continui
Includes 20 DVDs of Great American Westerns starring Randolph Scott, Lee Van Cleef, Roy Rogers, Gene Autry, and John Wayne. Titles Include: "The Fighting Westerner"; "Rage at Dawn"; "To the Last Man"; "Abilene Town"; "Kansas Pacific"; "Santa Fe Trail"; "Vengeance Valley"; "The Outlaw"; "The Star Packer"; "Randy Rides Alone"; "The Dawn Rider"; "Blue Steel"; "The Lawless Frontier"; "The Lucky Texan"; "'Neath Arizona Skies"; "Angel and the Badman"; "Helltown"; "The Desert Trail"; "The Man From Utah"; "Riders of the Whistling Pines"; "The Big Show"; "Springtime in the Rockies"; "Boots & Saddles"; "My Pal Trigger"; "King of the Cowboys"; "Song of Texas"; "Utah"; "Under California Stars"; "Beyond the Law"; "Death Rides a Horse"; "Days of Wrath"; "God's Gun"; "Joshua"; "Kid Vengeance"; "Four Rode Out"; "Cry Blood, Apache"; "The Naked Hills"; "She Came to the Valley"; "Northwest Trail"; "Any Gun Can Play"; "Fair Play"; "Mohawk"; "The Young Land"; "One-Eyed Jacks"; "The Over-the-Hill Gang"; "The Over-The-Hill Gang Rides Again"; "The Deadly Companions"; "Battles of Chief Pontiac"; "Sitting Bull"; "Against a Crooked Sky"; "The Great Indian Wars"; "Boot Hill"; "My Outlaw Brother"; "Gunfighters"; "Little Moon and Jud McGraw"; "Jory"; "The Brothers O'Toole"; "The Jackals"; "The Savage Guns"; "The Bushwhackers"; "The Sundowners"; "The Gatling Gun"; "White Comanche"; "Great American West"; "Kentucky Rifle"; "Bells Of San Angelo"; "Pioneer Woman"; "Seven Alone"; "The Proud Rebel"; "Wanted: The Sundance Woman"; "Fighting Caravans"; "The Woman of the Town"; "The Proud And The Damned"; "Old West Cowboys"; "Yuma"; "The Wackiest Wagon Train in the West"; "Sunset Carson Rides Again"; "The Gunfighters"; "Sam Cade"; "Marshall of Madrid"; "The Hanged Man"; "American Empire".
A cowboy singer and actor, Roy Rogers was one of the most popular Western stars of the twentieth century. Appearing in over one hundred films, and numerous television and radio appearances, he became known as the King of the Cowboys, the embodiment of the all-American hero to many. Roy was often joined by his wife, Dale Evans, Queen of the West, as well as his famous golden palomino Trigger, which was known for his ability to do tricks.