Roy Rogers

American Cowboy Picture

King of the Cowboys

Roy Rogers once ruled television, movies, and the airwaves with charisma and a clear, melodic voice.

American Cowboy Picture by Mr Viewmaster

TV Cowboy Quiz #38

Can You Name These Classic TV Cowboys ? Answers Here June 1957 Photo From TV Guide ( Thats Why There is a crease) Also 3D Cowboy Pictures Can Be Found At of Roy Rogers, Hopalong Cassidy, Gunsmoke, Bonanza , Rin Tin Tin , Cisco Kid, Dale Evans and 3D Indians of the Southwest and Cherokees of North Carolina. Can You Name These Classic TV Cowboys ?

American Cowboy Picture

"Rhinestone Cowboy"

Story by Roger Edison Nudie Cohn - Rhinestone Cowboy

Riders of the Circle B

Chuckwagon Jamboree Oct 2010 - Branson

Location Circle B Theatre 200 Jess Jo Pkwy. Branson, MO Date:  Sat, 2010-10-23 16:00 - Wed, 2010-10-27 22:00 Event Description:  Each year, the members of the Chuckwagon Association of the West get together for a "Jamboree". It's a chance to say thanks to our loyal guests and a chance to swap bean recipes with the other chuckwagon groups. This year, for the first time ever, the Jamboree will be held in Branson, Missouri, at Branson's Circle B Theatre! Each night will feature a different cowboy menu, with a different slate of performers, and different special guests! Some folks have asked how this may be different from prior Jamborees. 1. We seat a maximum of about 370 guests, so you will get a closer, more intimate experience than some past Jamborees. 2. Because of our smaller number of seats, we are making 4 Jamboree show nights available, and offering different meals and special acts, to encourage folks to come to all 4 shows. 3. We are pleased to offer reasonably-priced tickets that are a bargain compared to other Branson shows, with a full meal included each night -- and a huge discount on the fourth night's tickets! About 3 hours of entertainment are scheduled for each night. 4. Doors open at 4:15 PM with free popcorn and cowboy movies. This year's lineup is as follows: October 24 Sunday 1. Riders of the Circle B (Branson) 2. Circle B Cowboys (Black Hills) 3. Dusty Rogers (speaking on Roy Rogers Riders Club rules) 4. Bar –D Wranglers October 25 Monday 1. Flying W Wranglers 2. Circle B Cowboys (Black Hills) 3. John Wain (John Wayne impersonation) 4. Bar –D Wranglers October 26 Tuesday 1.Flying J Wranglers 2. Bar –J Wranglers 3. Johnny Lonestar (rope & gun tricks- America's Got Talent top 10 finalist) 4. Flying W Wranglers October 27 Wednesday 1. Riders of the Circle B (Branson) 2. Flying J Wranglers 3. Travis Loewen (cowboy poetry) 4. Bar -J Wranglers AND JUST ADDED: a Pre-Jamboree show on Saturday, October, 23, 2010, with a split bill: Branson's Riders of the Circle B and the Diamond W Wranglers from Wichita, Kansas (the former performing group from the former Chuckwagon of the West "Prairie Rose").

Roy Rogers, Bonhams & Butterfields, Bonhams

Property from The Roy Rogers and Dale Evans Museum, Branson, Missouri Unveiled at Bonhams & Butterfields in Los Angeles

Location Bonhams & Butterfields 7601 West Sunset Blvd Los Angeles, CA Date:  Thu, 2010-05-06 10:00 - Fri, 2010-05-07 10:00 Event Description:  The Natural History auction preview in Los Angeles on May 6-7, 2010, will feature a diverse group of distinctive and high quality mineral specimens, exceptional fossils, gold nuggets and unusual jewelry including a selection of "phenomenal" gems as well as Property from The Roy Rogers and Dale Evans Museum, Branson, Missouri. Items of note from The Roy Rogers and Dale Evans Museum, to be offered without reserve, will include a large group of decorative petrified wood, agate and jasper specimens, most of which were collected by Rogers himself (est. $600-800); a unique men’s Fire Agate and yellow gold ring, handcrafted by Rogers (est. $500-700); a rare published Arkansas Quartz specimen, accompanied by a copy of the Gem and Mineral magazine where it was featured on the cover in April 1968 (est. $700-1000); a large group of Native American arrowheads and hand tools (est. $1,200-1,500) and a large group of rare American minerals from California localities, most of which were field-collected by Rogers himself (est. $700-1000).

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