Embark on a happy trail that takes you straight back to the wild west with Cheryl Rogers and Brown Jug Reynolds. They will take you galloping off to that time when Roy Rogers was King of The Cowboys, Dale Evans was Queen of West and the Red R
yder film series cialis is better than viagra preceded all the western films at the movie theater. And all this happens at the Allen Public Library, 7:30 p.m. Friday, June 8. At 6:30 pm, Ride, Ryder, Ride! (1949), one of the Red Ryder films, starring Jim Bannon and Brown Jug Reynolds, will be featured.
Sponsored by Bach to Books, this program is free. The library is located at 300 N. Allen Dr.
Daughter of Roy online canadian pharmacy adipex Rogers and Dale Evans, Cheryl will reminisce about her parents’ careers in television and film. Since she was a little girl, Cheryl was often on site while The Roy Rogers Show and some of the great movie classics that featured her parents were filmed. One nugget that Cheryl mentioned, “Because of his respect for Indians, Dad insisted that Indians be treated with respect in his movies and the only TV series he owned and produced besides the Roy Rogers TV Show was a series called “Brave Eagle.” Cheryl serves on the Advisory Board of the Western Music Association and appeared in the buy online cheap viagra History Channel’s When Cowboys Were King.
In the 1940s, Roy Rogers toured Hope Cottage in Dallas and was captivated by an infant girl, adopted her and named her Cheryl. Hope Cottage Child Development Officer Leslie Clay will help welcome Cheryl to the Allen Public Library.
Cheryl is the author of two books, All-American Cowboy Grill, which she co-wrote with Ken Beck and Jim Clark. It features grilling recipes from “reel and real” cowboys. Her autobiography Cowboy Princess: Life with My Parents Roy Rogers and Dale Evans tells the story of America’s most famous cowboy and cowgirl. Cheryl and her husband Larry live in Washington, Utah, and they have seven children and 14 grandchildren.
Accompanying Cheryl, Brown Jug Reynolds will discuss his colorful career as a child actor and his role as Trigger’s rider. As an adult, he trained Shadowfax for the Lord of the Ring film series. Brown Jug appeared with Roy Rogers and Dale in The Yellow Rose of Texas (1944) and Song of Arizona (1946). He also appeared
with Gene Autry in The Last Round-up (1947) and Robert Mitchum in The Red Pony (1949). His most memorable role was as Little Beaver in the Red Ryder film series.
Brown Jug will bring his original Red Ryder BB Gun, which is the basis of the plot in A Christmas Story (1983).
The Twin Fiddles, Miss Devon Dawson and Kristyn Harris will open the program with Roy Rogers and Dale Evans Music.
For more information, call 214-509-4911.
Posted by: Sam Moore
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