Lloyd Bridges
(Movies & TV)
John Payne (actor)
(Movies & TV)
Hugh Beaumont
(Movies & TV)
Alan Napier
(Movies & TV)
Frank McGrath
(Movies & TV)
Ray Teal
(Movies & TV)
Chuck Connors
(Movies & TV)

See also

Dale Robertson

Knowledge Identifier: +Dale_Robertson


Dale Robertson

American actor best known for his starring roles on television add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1923.

Countries: United States (93%), United Kingdom (7%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Lloyd Bridges, John Payne (actor), Hugh Beaumont

Linked to: Time, United States Army, American Broadcasting Company, CBS




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Dale Robertson was born in 1923 add something


Alan Napier - In the 1950s he appeared on TV in four episodes of "Alfred Hitchcock Presents" and guest starred on Dale Robertson's NBC western series, "Tales of Wells Fargo


He sometimes made use of his physique in "beefcake" scenes, such as one in 1952's "Return of the Texan" where he is seen bare-chested and sweaty, repairing a fence add something


Ray Teal - In 1957, Teal played a lawman, Captain McNelly, in the episode "Sam Bass" of NBC's "Tales of Wells Fargo", with Dale Robertson as agent Jim Hardie and Chuck Connors in the role of the outlaw Sam Bass


John Payne (actor) - Payne starred as Vint Bonner, an educated, commonsense gunfighter, in "The Restless Gun," which aired on Monday evenings from 1957 to 1959, prior to Dale Robertson's western series "Tales of Wells Fargo"


Hugh Beaumont - On July 1, 1957, two months before the premiere of "Leave It to Beaver", Beaumont played a sympathetic characterization of the western bandit Jesse James on Dale Robertson's "Tales of Wells Fargo" series


Frank McGrath - In 1958, he portrayed the character Jake Rivers in the episode "The Most Dangerous Man Alive" on NBC's "Tales of Wells Fargo," starring Dale Robertson


In its March 30, 1959, cover story on TV westerns, "Time" magazine reported Robertson was 6 feet tall, weighed 180 pounds, and measured 42-34-34 add something


Brad Johnson (television actor) - In 1959, he played Joe Shields in the episode "Wild Cargo" of Dale Robertson's "Tales of Wells Fargo"


In 1960, Robertson guest starred on NBC's "The Ford Show, Starring Tennessee Ernie Ford add something


Ron Harper (actor) - Moving to Hollywood, his first role was in 1960 in the NBC western series "Tales of Wells Fargo" starring Dale Robertson


Virginia Christine - In 1961-1962, she appeared occasionally in the role of Ovie in the NBC western "Tales of Wells Fargo", starring Dale Robertson


" In 1962, he similarly appeared on a short-lived western comedy and variety series, "The Roy Rogers and Dale Evans Show" on ABC. He co-hosted "Death Valley Days" during the 1960s add something


Robertson created United Screen Arts in 1965 which released two of Robertson's films "The Man from Button Willow" and "One Eyed Soldiers" add something


Gary Collins (actor) - He co-starred, with Dale Robertson and Robert Random, in the 1966-68 series "The Iron Horse"


He was referenced by name in an episode of The Six Million Dollar Man made in 1974 add something


In 1981 he was in the original starring cast of ABC's popular "Dynasty", playing Walter Lankershim, a character who disappeared after the first season add something


He received the Golden Boot Award in 1985, has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and is in the Hall of Great Western Performers add something


In 1985 it was revealed in the storyline that the character had died off screen add something


In 1987, he starred as the title character on "J.J. Starbuck" add something


In December 1993 and January 1994, Robertson appeared in two episodes of the CBS comedy/western "Harts of the West" in the role of "Zeke Terrell", the brother of series co-star Lloyd Bridges add something

Dale Robertson died in 2013 add something


He died at Scripps Memorial Hospital in La Jolla within San Diego, California, on February 27, 2013, from lung cancer and pneumonia add something