Dale Evans

Actor / Singer
Date Of Birth:
31 October 1912
Date Of Death:
7 February 2001
heart failure
Place Of Birth:
Uvalde, Texas
Best Known As:
Partner of singing cowboy Roy Rogers

Name at birth: Frances Octavia Smith

Dale Evans was a movie actress who starred with wholesome singing cowboy Roy Rogers in a series of 1940s westerns. The two were married in 1947 and from then on appeared as a popular pair in movies and on TV. Evans wrote the song that became their very popular theme: "Happy Trails to You." Evans's movie horse was Buttermilk, the counterpart to Rogers's horse Trigger.

Extra Credit

Buttermilk, like Trigger, was mounted after death and put on display in the Roy Rogers – Dale Evans Museum. The museum was originally located in Victorville, California, but was moved to Branson, Missouri in 2003.

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