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Dale Evans (Character)
from "The Roy Rogers Show" (1951)

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"The Roy Rogers Show: M Stands for Murder (#3.6)" (1953)
[first lines]
[Pat peers at the horizon through a pair of binoculars]
Dale Evans: Pat Brady, that's the lazy man's way of looking for stray cattle.
Roy Rogers: You give a lazy man a job and he'll find the lazy way to do it.

Roy Rogers: One-Arm Johnny!
Dale Evans: One-Arm Johnny? Oh, it can't be!
Roy Rogers: Look!
Pat Brady: Well, what's so excitin' about a fellow with one arm? Let me see.
Dale Evans: It is.
Pat Brady: Well, gee-willikers. He's all white-like and leadin' a burro.
Roy Rogers: The legend is that whoever sees him usually ends up murdered.
Pat Brady: Oh? Murdered?... Murdered! And I seen him. Come on, Nellybelle, let's get out of here!

Roy Rogers: You don't believe those old stories, do you Sheriff?
Pat Brady: What do you mean old stories? Nobody tells me nothin'!
Roy Rogers: Well, Pat, back in 1872, One-Arm Johnny Martin was killed on his way back to the Apache gold mine which he claimed he discovered.
Dale Evans: And since that time, a number of people have claimed to have seen his ghost.
Roy Rogers: And everyone of 'em met up with some kind of fatal accident.

"The Roy Rogers Show: Loaded Guns (#2.11)" (1953)
[Tom escapes from Bill Eaton and Deputy Sheriff Jake]
Dale Evans: What are you grinning about? Tom's a fugitive or Jake wouldn't be after him!
Roy Rogers: Oh, I never did like Bill Eaton and that hair-trigger temper of his. What are you grinnin' about?
Dale Evans: I never did like him either.
Roy Rogers: What do you say we go see what it's all about?
Dale Evans: That's a deal!

[last lines]
Tom Larrabee: Roy and Dale, I'd like to thank you for believin' in me.
Dale Evans: Well, it isn't hard to believe in somebody that's always done right.
Roy Rogers: That's right, Tom. A person's got to have faith in someone he knows to be good.
Tom Larrabee: Thanks, Roy.

"The Roy Rogers Show: Carnival Killer (#1.22)" (1952)
Les Barton, Carnival Owner: Hey, stranger, come here and help me stop this fight!
Roy Rogers: Listen, if it's a private fight, I don't know...
Les Barton, Carnival Owner: They ain't got any right fightin'. They're ruining my property!
Dale Evans: Your property? How come?
Les Barton, Carnival Owner: Oh, they're the stars in my carnival show. If they ruin themselves, they ruin my property.

[Pat reluctantly agrees to be the target in Joe's bullwhip act]
Dale Evans: We'll see you later, Pat. If we see a man walking around with no head on, we'll know who it is.
Pat Brady: Yeah, and if you see a head rollin' around singin', "I Ain't Got Nobody" you'll know whose it is.

"The Roy Rogers Show: The Outlaw's Girl (#1.7)" (1952)
Dale Evans: How did you get in here?
Chick Dillon: The back way. Everyone else is out front taking care of the Sheriff.
[Chick brandishes his pistol]
Chick Dillon: Seems he took one of Betsy's little lead pills. If you'll be quiet, she'll be quiet.

"The Roy Rogers Show: Horse Crazy (#5.11)" (1956)
Sheriff Tom Blodgett: Well, if it isn't Cool Wilson.
Dale Evans: How'd you capture him, Pat?
Pat Brady: Aw, it was nothin'. First, I cornered him. Oh, he fought like a tiger, but I gve him a left, then a right, then I... then... aww, I was chasin' him and he tripped.

"The Roy Rogers Show: Unwilling Outlaw (#1.10)" (1952)
[Pat's cantankerous jeep, Nellybelle, has broken down once again]
Pat Brady: Gee, Dale, I don't know what to say.
Dale Evans: Well, you sure knew what to say when you talked me into comin' with you in this contraption instead of lettin' me ride Buttermilk.
Pat Brady: Now you know, Dale, if you'd have taken your horse, you'd never have gotten to the Collins' place with all this grub and stuff!
Dale Evans: I'm getting there now?