Famous People Who Died on February 7
Film Actress, Television Actress, Songwriter, Singer, Television Personality / 1912 - 2001
Dale Evans was the longtime screen partner and wife of singing cowboy Roy Rogers. She wrote several hit songs, including "Happy Trails to You."
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