Dale Evans

Known For
Acting

Gender
Male

Birthday
1912-10-31

Place of Birth
Uvalde, Texas, USA

Dale Evans

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Dale Evans was the stage name of Frances Octavia Smith (October 31, 1912 – February 7, 2001), an American writer, movie star, and singer-songwriter. She was the third wife (after the death of his second wife) of singing cowboy Roy Rogers.

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1946
My Pal Trigger
6.3
1943
War of the Wildcats
6.3
1944
Cowboy and the Senorita
5.0
1947
Bells of San Angelo
4.0
1946
Home in Oklahoma
0.0
1944
Lights of Old Santa Fe
0.0
1945
Bells of Rosarita
0.0
1946
Heldorado
6.0
1946
Roll on Texas Moon
0.0
1946
Under Nevada Skies
0.0
1949
The Golden Stallion
6.0
1950
Trigger, Jr.
6.0
1945
Sunset in El Dorado
3.3
1949
Down Dakota Way
7.0
1946
Rainbow Over Texas
4.0
1944
The Yellow Rose of Texas
0.0
1949
Susanna Pass
0.0
1944
Song of Nevada
0.0
1945
Utah
0.0
1947
The Trespasser
5.5
1950
Twilight in the Sierras
0.0
1950
Bells of Coronado
0.0
1945
The Big Show-Off
4.0
1945
Hitchhike to Happiness
0.0
1943
Hoosier Holiday
0.0
1945
Along the Navajo Trail
0.0
1946
Song of Arizona
4.0
1944
Casanova in Burlesque
0.0
1945
Man from Oklahoma
0.0
1945
Don't Fence Me In
0.0
1943
The West Side Kid
0.0
1943
Here Comes Elmer
0.0
1947
Apache Rose
8.0
1942
Girl Trouble
6.5
1944
San Fernando Valley
0.0
1942
Orchestra Wives
5.1
1951
South of Caliente
0.0
1951
Pals of the Golden West
0.0
1943
Swing Your Partner
0.0
1992
Roy Rogers, King of the Cowboys
0.0
1948
Slippy McGee
0.0
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