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25 Responses to “ROY ROGERS & TRIGGER CLASSIC Television SHOWS & COMMERCIALS on DVDS at TVDAYS.com”

  1. zipper179 says:

    @vixitrixalina It was a partnership, almost akin to Astaire & Rogers.. Just as Ginger Rogers did everything Fred Astaire did, only backwards, and, in heels. Roy and Trigger had it like that; only, unlike Astaire & Rogers, Roy Rogers & Trigger never parted; that is, until age retired Trigger, who lived to be thirty-three..

  2. charlesthepoet2004 says:

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  3. TheMimbreno says:

    le heros des enfants du baby boum.

  4. GAMINDORE says:

    Him, I am interested in this.

  5. LFD254 says:

    @vixitrixalina Great little piece of trivia: Trigger was the horse used by Olivia DeHavilland in the Warner Bros movie Robin Hood with Errol Flynn.

  6. jdsmyhero85 says:

    @BilDelPerry That’s wonderful!!! I envy you!!! :)

  7. kimber9180 says:

    @BilDelPerry Awesome story!

  8. vixitrixalina says:

    this makes me want to change from English dressage riding to Western riding <3 What a wonderful man and smart horse. I love how sweet and soft he talks to Trigger, like just as he’s leaving and says “come on Trigger” and the horse nods his head – you can understand why they had such a partnership! Roy Rogers sounds like soft butter <3

  9. tvdays says:

    @BilDelPerry do you have the picture to show. Id love to see it.

  10. BilDelPerry says:

    My wife and I once encountered Roy at his museum in Victorville. There was nobody else there at the time, so we got a personal tour of the museum from Roy. After the tour, he took photos with us. This was one of the highlights of my life, since he was my hero as a child, in the 1940s. He was even a greater guy in person than in the movies and television.

  11. Fritztoons says:

    @curiousgirl11
    here i am!

  12. hammeron39 says:

    @curiousgirl11 there out west , here in new mexico, I pro rodeoed 10 years in the late 70-s thru the 80-s then I settled in New Mexico, I live in Roswell , but work in Hondo , as a real range detective 5 nights a week , the pay is good and its a peaceful life, Im on myspace as russell the wizzard

  13. curiousgirl11 says:

    @NurseLorelei Makes me wonder where all the good horse MEN have gone.

  14. NurseLorelei says:

    Makes me wonder where all the real men have gone. :(

  15. CharlieMcBarley says:

    Once I heard a commentator point out his unprecedented equestrian mastery and showmanship, I’ve never been able to ignore it. Polish on stage personified.

  16. macpduff says:

    War Babies too may I add. We’ve been lumped in with baby Boomers, but at the time when so many men were off fighting WWII, the adults considered us quite special and separate.

  17. tvdays says:

    @vtmary coooollll

  18. vtmary says:

    The only fan letter I ever sent was to Roy Rogers when I was in 2nd grade. I got an autographed picture of him on Trigger in return. I believe I invited him and his family to come visit and stay at our house in VT.

  19. rrtallon says:

    roy was a truly great man, tyvm for posting this!

  20. calif1mc says:

    @CelticSouthland That a HORRIBLE thing to say, why is it still on YouTube? Roy Rogers would be sad at your comment, he was a good, Christian man with love for all mankind.

  21. lawise2ify says:

    @maryfromthebus45

  22. maryfromthebus45 says:

    why does he get on a horse to ride 8 feet to the stage?

  23. faithwillwin says:

    my hero

  24. thundermoonpack says:

    Roy Rogers was a great man. Along with Trigger. :3 Thanks for posting/

  25. CelticSouthland says:

    Before the Jewish Mafia had total control of the Media, everything was better.

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