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Roy Rogers and Dale Evans "Roy Rogers Rodeo" Signed Autograph Picture Cover RCA Little Nipper with 45 RPM

Rogers, Roy  and Dale Evans Roy Rogers Rodeo Signed Autograph Picture Cover RCA Little Nipper with 45 RPM
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Rogers, Roy and Dale Evans "Roy Rogers Rodeo" Signed Autograph Picture Cover RCA Little Nipper with 45 RPM
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Roy Rogers and Dale Evans(RCA 413-Double 45 RPM-yellow vinyl Little Nipper)-two 45 RPM set with story book and picture cover.Rogers, Roy, 1911–98, American Western film star, b. Cincinnati, Ohio, as Leonard Franklin Slye. The guitar-strumming Rogers succeeded Gene Autry as America's favorite singing cowboy in movies of the mid-1940s. An ex–fruit picker and cowpuncher, he and his brother performed on the radio during the 1930s. Rogers was a founder (1934) of the Sons of the Pioneers, a singing trio that began appearing in movies in 1935. His first starring role came three years later. In 1947, Rogers, by then the “king of the cowboys,” married Dale Evans,. 1912–2001, b. Uvalde, Tex., as Frances Octavia Smith. Together, they sang, rode, and acted in dozens of B movies, usually accompanied by their bearded sidekick George “Gabby” Hayes and Roy's palomino horse Trigger. The couple also starred (1951–57) in television's Roy Rogers Show and hosted (1962–63) a variety program. The Roy Rogers–Dale Evans Museum, which displays their memorabilia, is in Branson, Mo.The picture cover has been autographed on the front by Roy Rogers with a fountain pen in brown and Dale Evans with a fountain pen in blue...........CONDITION OF RECORDS,AUTOGRAPHS AND PICTURE COVER IS AVERAGE. PART OF STORY BOOK IS MISSING..........