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ringmaster
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What was the film that had Roy as an undercover agent in a contemporary (WW II) side show. The plot was a direct steal from "The Man Who Knew To Much". The mind reader used a Thayer radio turban.
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It must have been a small cameo, because it is not listed in any of his films. He seems to only have played a cowboy and singing cowboy.

Here is a list of all his television and film moves and show:

https://www.google.com/search?sourceid=n......s_rd=ssl

Here is a list of all him films, and a lot about his life: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roy_Rogers

His real name was Leonard Slye, and did seem to have worked in moves under that name. He also used other names the article said for other movie jobs.
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It could be "King Of The Cowboys".
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Bingo! Morese the mental marvel. Watch free on the web.
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Roy Rogers and the mountain lion

Back in the 1950s, cowboy star Roy Rogers bought a brand new pair of expensive cowboy boots. Cowboy boots are notoriously stiff when they're new so Roy spent all morning oiling and working the leather to try to soften them up a bit. He then took them out onto the back porch to dry in the sunlight while he commenced with the rest of his chores around the ranch. Later that afternoon when Roy returned home he found that a mountain lion had snuck down out of the hills and had mauled and gnawed the ever-living crap out of his new, prized boots. Well Roy was so mad he was fit to spit. He went inside and grabbed his hunting rifle and whistled for his dog Bullet. He and Bullet jumped in the ranch jeep and headed up into the hills to hunt down that no-good puma. Well after tramping around for a bit Bullet picked up the mountain lion's scent and before you knew it Roy had him in his sights. Well one quick shot later the dead cat was tied across the hood of the Jeep and Roy headed back down to the ranch. When he pulled up in front of the house his wife, Dale Evans came outside and exclaimed, "Pardon me Roy? Is that the cat that chewed your new shoes?
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