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Overview (3)

Born in Gustine, Texas, USA
Died in Northridge, California, USA
Birth NameAllen Doye O'Dell

Mini Bio (1)

Doye O'Dell was born on November 22, 1912 in Gustine, Texas, USA as Allen Doye O'Dell. He was an actor, known for Tight Spot (1955), Home in San Antone (1949) and Whirlwind Raiders (1948). He died on January 3, 2001 in Northridge, California, USA.

Trivia (2)

O'Dell hosted a popular kids' TV show in the Los Angeles area, during the early 50s. He could be seen regularly as a guest out at Ray "Crash" Corrigans Ranch.
Doye's daily "Cowboy Thrills" show on Los Angeles' KTLA was a must-see for every kid. On Friday nights he emceed "Western Varieties" featuring Eddie Cletro and his band, comic actor Roscoe Ates, the Twin Tones (Penny & Patty Pollack) and weekly guests, Jimmy Wakley, Tex Williams, Eddie Dean and various vaudeville acts.

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