The Roy Rogers Show - Old Time Radio


(4.7 stars; 6 reviews)

Roy Rogers, was a singer and cowboy actor. He and his wife Dale Evans, his golden palomino Trigger, and his German shepherd Bullet were featured in over one hundred movies and The Roy Rogers Show ran on radio for nine years before moving to television from 1951 through 1964.


This recording is part of the Old Time Radio collection.

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Audition bloopers and false starts 5:07
The Roy Rogers Show, with Dale 29:59
Roy Rogers 000000 New River Rodeo 25:50
Roy Rogers 450123 Guest Sarah Berner 30:26
Roy Rogers 450130 Tom Barnes Texas Ranger 30:33
Roy Rogers 450508 Legend Of Pecos Bill 28:26
450508 Guest - Porter Hall, Villain 30:04
Roy Rogers 480328 Aud The Case Of The Mysterious Puppet 32:01
480829 Mystery of the Circle E 35:32
480905 Horse Thieves of Paradise Valley 28:24
480919 Ghost Town Mem 29:22
480926 Plot Against The Bank 29:27
Roy Rogers 490508 Pacos Bill 28:46
Roy Rogers 510304 Wagon Raiders 26:15
Roy Rogers 511012 191 Ed Baileys Bad Luck 28:13
Roy Rogers 511019 192 Night Riders 28:22
Roy Rogers 511026 193 Old Prospecting Friends 27:11
Roy Rogers 511102 194 Doug Manson Gang 29:22
Roy Rogers 511109 195 After Counterfeiters 29:22
Roy Rogers 511116 196 Lawmans Badge 36:34
Roy Rogers 511123 197 DeBona Gang 29:22
Roy Rogers 511130 198 The Map 29:21
Roy Rogers 511207 199 Eight Convicts 30:33
Roy Rogers 511214 200 Bribe 30:27
Roy Rogers 511221 201 Prodigal 30:28
Roy Rogers 511228 202 Manson Norris Outlaws 30:23
Roy Rogers 511228 The DeBona Gang 29:01
Andy_Sales 28:52
Roy Rogers 520111 204 Cattle Swindle 30:39
Roy Rogers 520118 205 Owlhoot Trail 30:42
Roy Rogers 520125 206 Wake of the Storm 30:57
Roy Rogers 520201 207 Rustlers in Paradise Valley 31:11
Roy Rogers 520208 208 The Jinxed Ranch 30:38
Roy Rogers 520215 209 Camp And Winding Creek 30:38
Roy Rogers 520222 210 Hideaway 30:28
Roy Rogers 520229 211 Professor Douglas Manson 30:32
Roy Rogers 520307 212 On The Lookout For John Kennedy 30:25
Roy Rogers 520314 213 The Lee Burlough Gang 27:43
Roy Rogers 520321 214 Herb Selby And Counterfeit Money 30:36
Roy Rogers 520328 215 Salted Desert Property 30:17
Roy Rogers 520404 216 Old Sid Kenyon Rustlers 30:35
Roy Rogers 520411 217 Rene Eigan Case 30:49
Roy Rogers 520828 Paradise Valley Sweepstakes 25:47
Roy Rogers 520904 Stolen Diamonds In Hollowed Steer Horn 25:13
Roy Rogers 520911 Smuggled Pearls via Frozen Salmon 25:34
Roy Rogers 520918 Red Danger And Black Gold 25:16
Roy Rogers 520925 Rodeo Yarn 25:17
Roy Rogers 521002 Smuggling Aliens 23:08
Roy Rogers 521009 Fred App Wants To Buy The Ranch 25:23
Roy Rogers 521016 About Indians 25:25
Roy Rogers 521023 Lefty Roberts 25:22
Roy Rogers 521030 Wailing Gold Mine 25:35
Roy Rogers 521106 Range War 25:22
521113 Lefty Roberts 26:31
Roy Rogers 521120 Trigger Has Been Stolen 25:17
Roy Rogers 521127 Stealing Cattle By Whirly Bird 25:32
Roy Rogers 521204 The Last Coach 25:17
Roy Rogers 521211 The Boiling Treasure Chest 25:11
Roy Rogers 521218 White Buckskin Jacket 25:20
Roy Rogers 521225 The Night Before The Night Before Christmas 25:41
Roy Rogers 530101 Corky Lewis 25:37
Roy Rogers 530108 The Key 25:27
Roy Rogers 530115 The Gold Mine Spread 25:34
Roy Rogers 530122 The Cash And Carry Rodeo 25:36
Roy Rogers 530129 The Shack 25:30
Roy Rogers 530205 Fireworks 25:29
Roy Rogers 530212 Uranium Claim 25:34
Roy Rogers 530219 Happy Birthday Sheriff 25:12
530226 Checkered Neckercheif 25:18
Roy Rogers 530305 Apache Grazing Land 25:11
Roy Rogers 530312 Domino 25:46
Roy Rogers 530319 Black Gold 25:19
Roy Rogers 530326 Rabies 25:17
Diamond Smuggling 25:46
Matt Barlow Story 21:32
The Adopted Daughter 23:47
The Missing Atomic Scientist 24:24
The Upside-Down Liberty Stamp 25:34

Reviews

ONE OF THE GOOD GUYS

(5 stars)

Roy Rogers was one of the true GOOD GUYS of the film industry. I had the pleasure of meeting Roy and Dale several years before his death and can only say that I could not have been treated better. Mr.Rogers and his wife acted as if we were long lost friends. They never forgot who made them the stars that they were. There will never be quite quite as good of a guy as Roy again. The programs are the usual fare, but with Roy and Dale in them, they are well worth the listen

RR great but oh! those Quaker Oats

(5 stars)

I first heard Roy Rogers on radio about 1949 when he was on Mutual (at 6 p.m.) for Quaker Oats. They had a jingle that went "nutrious, delicious, makes you ambitious." Since this was before pre-sweeted cereals, you had to beg your mother to put plenty of brown sugar on your QO to get it down. Roy had some great premiums (branding iron ring, etc.) but you had to send in the boxtop. And you couldn't do that until you had finished the box. Man, was I glad when he switched to Post Sugar Crisps.

A Few Oddities

(5 stars)

There are three copies of the 1945-05-08 broadcast: Roy_Rogers_450508_Legend_Of_Pecos_Bill.mp3, Roy_Rogers_450508_Porter_Hall_Villain.mp3, and Roy_Rogers_490508_Pacos_Bill.mp3. The 1948-04-20 broadcast is a Red Ryder show, not Roy Rogers. The Red Ryder show was fun also. The 1951-11-16 show is a jumbled collage with parts of the 1951-11-23 show. There are two 1951-12-28 shows which are a duplicate pair.

Roy

(4 stars)

I too remember the program and the quoted cereal jingle. Gene Autry was my favorite but the decency of Roy and Dale always impressed me. Glad to hear these again while they are still on-line.