The Roy Rogers & Dale Evans Show

Western Hit Parade (20 Oct. 1962)

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Roy, Dale and their guests Dale Robertson, Cathie Taylor and the Sons of the Pioneers present an evening of traditional and contemporary western music interspersed with comic elements ... See full summary »

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Roy, Dale and their guests Dale Robertson, Cathie Taylor and the Sons of the Pioneers present an evening of traditional and contemporary western music interspersed with comic elements provided by country iconoclast Charley Weaver. Highlights include Dale Robertson's performance of "High Noon", the Sons of the Pioneers classic "Cool Water" and Roy Rogers's version of "Empty Saddles" honoring western movie stars William S. Hart, Tom Mix and Buck Jones. Written by David Bassler

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Himself - Host/Performer: [to Dale Robertson] That little guitar looks a little lonesome, Dale. I'll see if I can bag you a whole orchestra.
[Roy fires into the sky and an entire orchestra begins to play]
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Anything You Can Do, I Can Do Better
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Written by Irving Berlin
Performed by Dale Robertson and Cathie Taylor
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