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Kathy Pinna

Dale Robertson, Tales of Wells Fargo

Dale Robertson, born Dayle Lymoine Robertson, was born in Oklahoma. At a young age, he was active in sports and he received a Bronze and Silver star in World War II.

His movie career began in 1948 but he is most remembered by most of us for his roles on television - "Tales of Wells Fargo," "Iron Horse," and as host of "Death Valley Days." Later in his acting career, he also had roles in "Dynasty" and "Dallas".

He died February 27, 2013 in San Diego California. He was survived by two daughters and one granddaughter.
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Hi Kathy, I'd love to watch them again
Mar 02, 2013 2:18 pm reply
I loved that show . He was one of my favorite actors.
Mar 02, 2013 2:01 pm reply
I still watch it on weekday mornings on Cozy tv, Lorri! When I was researching his life, I found out that critics thought he wasn't much of an actor. Guess he proved them wrong! ;)
Mar 02, 2013 2:05 pm reply
Lorri - Cozy tv is on Comcast in the San Francisco Bay Area . . . if you have cable, you may look for it?
Mar 02, 2013 2:23 pm reply
Kathy, we are currently living in Germany.
Mar 02, 2013 3:37 pm reply
oops! I'm sorry - look at me, being so ego-centric!
Mar 02, 2013 3:47 pm reply
Thanks for helping us to remember him. I think the term is received rather than won a Bronze and Silver Star.
Mar 03, 2013 1:22 pm reply
Photo taken at Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, CA
Dale Robertson, Tales of Wells Fargo

Dayle "Dale" Lymoine Robertson

Born: Jul 14, 1923 in Harrah
Died: Feb 27, 2013 (age 89) in San Diego, United States of America
Also in this photo: Dayle "Dale" Lymoine Robertson