Dale Robertson

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Thanks. You were one of my heros. A young boy growing up, needs such a hero to help. Where have all the heros gone?

Talking about heroes with my children, they asked me who was my hero as a youngster. I told them I was an avid western fan, this made them mention certain great movie cowboys. I told them my hero was Jim Hardie, a Wells Fargo detective and the high point of my week was seeing Tales Of Wells Fargo on television. The character, Jim Hardie, was to me the epitome of a hero, honest, straight talking and respectful. I believe Dale Roberton was like this in real life.
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Dale, RIP. I've been reading about all your many appearances in rodeos, county fairs and livestock expositions with a musical group, how humorous and entertaining you were. I'd loved to have been at the Florida State Fair in 1960 and seen your Wells Fargo Western Show. You are still beloved by a growing group of fans. Thank you for your kindness through the years.

I am a 78 year old woman and I can say that I really enjoyed seeing you in the movies and I still love to watch your Tales of Wells Fargo shows every day on T.V. I think you are the most Handsome man ever.

Dale and Jubilee

I'm thankful that I got to know you by watching your TV shows and films and through all the sweet comments I've read about you. You were a man of men. I wish our paths had crossed if for no more than a minute or two. Love your natural acting and good heart, Dale. RIP. Ever, yours.

I love to watch him in Tales of Wells Fargo. He was one of my favorite actors. He was true and honest. They don't make shows like that anymore. I have a signed photo of him that I received years ago. I thought he was the most handsome man that I ever saw as a young girl. I always wished that I could have met him. Thank you for your service. You are greatly missed. I know you are riding the rails of heaven. RPI Mr. HARDIE.

I loved to watch him act, especially on Well Fargo show.


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