Dale Evans Overview:

Legendary actress, Dale Evans, was born Frances Octavia Smith on Oct 31, 1912 in Uvalde, TX. Evans died at the age of 88 on Feb 7, 2001 in Apple Valley, CA .



She was honored with two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the categories of Television and Radio. Evans was never nominated for an Academy Award.

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By Caftan Woman on Jul 13, 2013 From Caftan Woman

The Nerve of Some People is an adorable number from 1944s Lights of Old Santa Fe that typifies the Roy Rogers - relationship in some 20 features made in the 40s for Republic Studios. The peppy song was written by Jack Elliott, composer of such hits as Sam's Song, It's So Nice to Have ... Read full article

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Dale Evans Quotes:

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Dorothy Bryant: [singing] Now, way down upon the Swanee River, / Folks keep jivin' all the day long; / 'Cause that's where I'm gonna stay forever / With a gate who'll make my life a song. / So honey chile, on that day, / When you come my way, / I'll say, "Thank Dixie for me!"
[runs backstage]
Dorothy Bryant: How'd it look, Stel?

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Dale Evans Facts
On September 22 1996, Dale Evans was presented the Women in Film/Dallas' Legacy Award at the 10th Annual Topaz Awards in Dallas. The award was accepted by her daughter, Cheryl Rogers-Barnett.

Godmother of Robbie Lee.

Her horse's name was Buttermilk. Wrote the song, "Happy Trails", which became her and Roy Rogers' theme song.

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