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Stonewall Jackson's Horse: "Lttle Sorrel" history button image
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Famous TV and Movie Horses Scrapbook
A Fury Scrapbook
Dice the movie star horse
King Cotton - White movie horse
Fritz - silent movie horse of W. S. Hart
A Roaney Scrapbook
Clydesdale Scrapbook
Stars & Horse Stars
The Stunt Horses
Famous Equine Bits and Bytes
Famous Equine Bits and Bytes part 2
Fred Kennedy stuntman and his falling horses
Sam of Blazing Saddles
Silver the Lone Ranger's horse
Famous horses named Silver
Lipizzan Photo Gallery
Pumpkin Mr Ed's double
Francis the talking mule
Famous Mules
Brighty of the Grand Canyon
King of National Velvet
Pie of National Velvet movie
My Friend Flicka movie horses
My Friend Flicka TV horses
Cojo Rojo - The Appaloosa movie horse
Mousey - pack mule to movie star
Casey - the wonder horse
Hollywood Horses Documentary
All Star Equine - Show Biz Horses On location & On the set
Seabiscuit the race horse and movies
The Red Pony
The Sad Horse - North Wind
Celebrity Equine
Mister Ed the talking horse related pages
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A Mr Ed Scrapbook
Mr Ed Story
Mr Ed Collectables Memorabilia Trivia
Mister Ed Puppet
Mister Ed Photography
Words to the Mr Ed Theme song
Mister Ed News Archive

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Roy Rogers & Dale Evans Rogers
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November 5, 1911 - July 6, 1998    October 31, 1912 - February 7, 2001


Trigger the horse and Roy Rogers museum

previously located in Victorville, California
The museum moved April 2003 to Branson, Missouri midway in the heart of the USA.
This will give even more people a chance to visit that could never make a long trip to California.
NEWS July 2010- Trigger, Roy Rogers famous horse remains that has been preserved in action position of rearing by Taxidermist, is up for preview to auction at Christies in Manhattan Friday July 9, 2010. The auction house in New York is selling many items from the now-closed
Roy Roger and Dale Evans Museum in Branson Mo. July 14-15, 2010. The past era continues to fade. Horse Fame classified this as historical worthy valued "priceless", and votes that Trigger should be kept at the Smithonian.

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