Rex Allen

Lowest Rated: 47% Me, Myself & Irene (2000)
Birthday: Dec 31, 1920
Birthplace: Willcox, Arizona, USA
One of the last of the singing cowboys, Rex Allen performed on-stage and in radio (as a headliner on The National Barn Dance) before hitching up with a traveling rodeo. Allen was brought to Republic Studios in 1949 as a potential replacement for Roy Rogers. He appeared in several slick B-Westerns of the early '50s, usually teamed with Slim Pickens, then worked for Republic's TV division as star of the 1958 TV series Frontier Doctor. Filmgoers of the 1960s were more familiar with Rex Allen's voice than with his rugged physique: Allen was the laid-back narrator of such Walt Disney films as The Legend of Lobo (1962), The Incredible Journey (1963), and Charlie, the Lonesome Cougar (1967).

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Filmography

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CREDIT
47% Me, Myself & Irene Actor $0.6M 2000
No Score Yet Singing Cowboys Actor 1984
No Score Yet The Secret of Navajo Cave (Legend of Cougar Canyon) Narrator 1976
76% Charlotte's Web Narrator 1973
No Score Yet Vanishing Wilderness Narrator 1973
No Score Yet Charlie the Lonesome Cougar Director Narrator 1967
No Score Yet Born to Buck Narrator 1966
88% The Incredible Journey Narrator 1963
No Score Yet The Legend of Lobo Narrator and Singer 1962
No Score Yet Tomboy and the Champ Himself 1958
No Score Yet Iron Mountain Trail Rex 1953
No Score Yet I Dream of Jeanie Narrator/Mr. Tambo 1952
No Score Yet Colorado Sundown Rex Allen 1952
No Score Yet Border Saddlemates Rex Allen 1952
No Score Yet Silver City Bonanza Himself 1951
No Score Yet Trail of Robin Hood Guest Star 1950

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