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In October of 1931, Bob Nolan answered an ad in the Los Angeles Herald that read: "YODELER, for old time act to travel. Tenor preferred." He met a man named Leonard Frank Slye, who had dropped the 'e' from his family name and introduced himself as Len Sly. (Leonard Frank Slye aka Len Sly would later change his name to 'Roy Rogers') Rogers was a member of a group called the Rocky Mountaineers. Not comfortable singing solo, he wanted to hire another singer for the act and had placed the ad that led to meeting Bob Nolan. Read more...

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Character: Radio Musicians

Radio Scout 1934

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Character: Musicians - Harper Workers

Texas Stagecoach 1940

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Character: Musical group

Thundering Frontier 1940

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Character: Musicians, Cow Hands

Outlaws of the Panhandle 1941

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Character: Ranch Hands

San Fernando Valley 1944

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Character: Regimental Musicians

Rio Grande 1950

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