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The Cowboy and the Seniorita (May 13, 1944)

Mary Lee and Dale Evans
 

Released on May 13, 1944: Roy is suspicious when a man tries very hard to purchase a seemingly worthless gold mine, and discovers that the mine holds a fortune in gold.

Directed by Joseph Kane

The Actors: Roy Rogers (Roy Rogers), Dale Evans (Ysobel Martinez), Mary Lee (Chip Williams), John Hubbard (Craig Allen), Guinn 'Big Boy' Williams ('Teddy' Bear), Fuzzy Knight (Fuzzy), Dorothy Christy (Lulubelle), Lucien Littlefield (Judge Loomis), Hal Taliaferro (Matt Ferguson), Jack Kirk (Sheriff Gilbert), Capella (specialty dancer), Patricia (specialty dancer), Jane Beebe (specialty dancer), Ben Rochelle (specialty dancer), Bob Nolan (Bob Nolan and the Sons of the Pioneers), Sons of the Pioneers (musicians, ranch hands), Kirk Alyn (Lulubelle's Beau), Lynton Brent (Feeman), Ken Carson (member of Sons of the Pioneers), James Conaty (extra at the Bonanza Club), Gino Corrado (guest at Chip's birthday party), Hugh Farr (member of Sons of the Pioneers), Karl Farr (member of Sons of the Pioneers), Grace Hayle (fat woman), Rex Lease (Bonanza Club faro dealer), George 'Spanky' McFarland (kid who trips Teddy Bear), Louis Montez (specialty act), Ferdinand Munier (the irate diner), Jack O'Shea (townsman explaining the crisis to Teddy), Julian Rivero (Cantina owner), Jeffrey Sayre (card player with cigar), Tim Spencer (member of Sons of the Pioneers), Corinne Valdez (specialty dancer), Tito Valdez (specialty dancer), Barbara Valentine (dancer), Wally West (townsman), Robert J. Wilke (townsman).

 

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Sweet Sixteen and Never been Robbed, . . . Yet!

She was fourteen years old, and scared stiff. At the age of six she and her older sister were singing on the local small town radio station, and today the family was at the Starved Rock State Park in Illinois to watch a Ted Weems big band concert, featuring Perry Como. The manager of the concert hall knew that the fourteen-year-old girl had been singing on the radio, and he asked her father for permission to introduce her to Ted Weems.

After chatting, the big band leader invited her to sing three of her songs for the audience as his band provided the music. She sang “Sissy,” “Dinah,” and “Please be Kind.” After that lunchtime performance at the state park, Ted Weems chatted with young Mary Lee and her parents. At 3:15 p.m. on Wednesday June 15, 1938, fourteen-year-old Mary Lee signed a contract to become a professional singer for the Ted Weems Orchestra.

On tour with the orchestra, a few months after her fifteenth birthday, someone from Republic Pictures saw her sing with the orchestra and offered her a movie contract. She acted in nineteen motion pictures in the next five years, and she would only appear in two more movies after this one, when she was twenty years old.

On November 13, 1943, two weeks after she turned nineteen year old, with World War Two still raging in Europe and the Pacific, Mary Lee would marry First Sergeant Harry Banan, Jr. at the Hollywood Christian Church. Within a few months of that she finished her movie commitments and spent the rest of her life as a wife and mother in Sacramento, California.

In this adventure she is a fifteen-year-old girl on the eve of her sixteenth birthday. Her father is dead, and her older sister is in love with the rogue of the story. She has run away from home just as Roy Rogers and his sidekick Teddy Bear, played by George W. Bush lookalike Gunn Williams, have arrived in town looking for work. They are accused of kidnapping the teenage girl and must furtively run from the law to stay out of jail.

By the way, Mary Lee’s older sister in this movie, who is in love with the rogue, is Dale Evans, in her first appearance in a Roy Rogers movie. Dale Evans and Roy Rogers would quickly fall in love and in addition to having a legendary marriage, will become the famous cowboy team in an early television series ending every episode with their famous “Happy Trails” song. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Dale Evans
Dale Evans
Dale Evans, Dorothy Christy
Dale Evans, Dorothy Christy
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Dorothy Christy, Dale Evans, Mary Lee
Dale Evans, Roy Rogers
Dale Evans, Roy Rogers
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Dale Evans, Roy Rogers, Mary Lee
Dale Evans
Dale Evans, Roy Rogers, Mary Lee
Dorothy Christy, Guinn Williams
Dorothy Christy, Guinn Williams
Dorothy Christy, Mary Lee
Dorothy Christy, Mary Lee
Ferdinand Munier
Ferdinand Munier
Fuzzy Knight
Fuzzy Knight
George 'Spanky' McFarland
George 'Spanky' McFarland
Guinn 'Big Boy' Williams
Guinn 'Big Boy' Williams
Guinn Williams
Guinn Williams
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Guinn Williams, Fuzzy Knight, Bob Kolan
Guinn Williams, Fuzzy Knight
Guinn Williams, Fuzzy Knight, Bob Kolan
Guinn Williams, Hal Taliaferro
Guinn Williams, Hal Taliaferro
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Sons of the Pioneers
Guinn Williams, Roy Rogers
Guinn Williams, Roy Rogers
Guinn Williams, Roy Rogers
Guinn Williams, Roy Rogers
Hal Taliaferro
Hal Taliaferro
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Hal Taliaferro, Guinn Williams
Hal Taliaferro, John Hubbard
Hal Taliaferro, John Hubbard
Jack Kirk
Jack Kirk
John Hubbard
John Hubbard
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John Hubbard, Dale Evans
John Hubbard, Hal Taliaferro
John Hubbard, Hal Taliaferro
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John Hubbard
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John Hubbard, Dale Evans
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John Hubbard
Julian Rivero, Ferdinand Munier
Julian Rivero, Ferdinand Munier
Lucien Littlefield
Lucien Littlefield
Lucien Littlefield
Lucien Littlefield
Lucien Littlefield
Lucien Littlefield
Lucian Littlefield, Lynton Brent, John Hubbard
Lucian Littlefield, Lynton Brent, John Hubbard
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Mary Lee
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Mary Lee, Dale Evans
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Mary Lee, Roy Rogers, Dale Evans
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Mary Lee, Roy Rogers
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Mary Lee
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Mary Lee
Mary Lee
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Mary Lee
Mary Lee
Rex Lease
Rex Lease
Roy Rogers
Roy Rogers
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Roy Rogers, Dale Evans
Roy Rogers, Guinn Williams
Roy Rogers, Guinn Williams
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Roy Rogers, John Hubbard, Dale Evans
Roy Rogers, Dale Evans
Roy Rogers, Dale Evans
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Roy Rogers