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Don't Fence Me In (20-Oct-1945)

Director: John English

Writers: Dorrell McGowan; Stuart E. McGowan; John K. Butler

Musical Director: Morton Scott

Keywords: Western

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Dale Evans
Country Musician
31-Oct-1912 7-Feb-2001 Singer and leading lady to Roy Rogers
Douglas Fowley
Actor
30-May-1911 21-May-1998 Doc Holliday on TV's Wyatt Earp
Paul Harvey
Actor
10-Sep-1882 5-Dec-1955 American character actor
Gabby Hayes
Actor
7-May-1885 9-Feb-1969 Don't Fence Me In
Marc Lawrence
Actor
17-Feb-1910 28-Nov-2005 Prolific character actor
Robert Livingston
Actor
9-Dec-1904 7-Mar-1988 The Lone Ranger Rides Again
Moroni Olsen
Actor
27-Jun-1889 22-Nov-1954 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Roy Rogers
Actor
5-Nov-1911 6-Jul-1998 Cowboy movie actor, rode Trigger
Andrew Tombes
Actor
29-Jun-1885 17-Mar-1976 Doubting Thomas
Trigger
Actor
1932 3-Jul-1965 Roy Rogers' trustworthy steed

CAST

Starring
Roy Rogers   ...   Roy Rogers
Trigger   ...   Trigger
Featuring
Gabby Hayes   ...   Gabby Whittaker
Dale Evans   ...   Toni Ames
With
Robert Livingston   ...   Jack Chandler
Moroni Olsen   ...   Henry Bennett
Marc Lawrence   ...   Cliff Anson
Lucille Gleason   ...   Mrs. Prentiss
Andrew Tombes   ...   Cartwright
Paul Harvey   ...   Governor
Tom London   ...   Sheriff
Douglas Fowley   ...   Jack Gordon
Stephen Barclay   ...   Tracy
Edgar Dearing   ...   Police Chief
Bob Nolan   ...   Himself
Sons of the Pioneers   ...   Themselves

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