What do you know about Rex Allen?
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From a successful singing career, Republic Pictures hires
him as a possible replacement for the departing Roy Rogers. In 1950, he makes his first film.
What is the name of the
The Arizona Cowboy
The Baron of Arizona
2. Early in his singing career, he had a nickname.
The Arizona Singer
3. Who was NOT a Rex Allen Sidekick?
4. I Dream of Jeanie is a movie about the life and
career of famed American composer Stephen Foster. Rex is the
5. He would become the narrator of many Disney wildlife
films. However, What film is his most noted?
Charlie, the Lonesome Cougar
A Country Coyote Goes Hollywood
6. What was his horse's name?
7. In 1958, he stars in a TV series.
was the series?
8. One of Allen's most successful singles was "Don't
Go Near the Indians," which reached the top 5 of Billboard
magazine's Hot Country Singles chart in November 1962.
9. In the 1953 Shadows of Tombstone, Rancher Rex
Allen captures a bandit, Delgado (Ric Roman), a henchman for
crooked Sheriff Webb (Emory Parnell) and saloon owner Mike,
who run the town to suit themselves, but Rex forces the
sheriff to jail Delgado.
Who plays the saloon owner Mike?
10. In 1973, he was inducted into the Western Performers
Hall of Fame at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage
Museum in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
11) Allen died in Tucson, Arizona, of a massive coronary, causing him
to collapse in his driveway. He suffered additional injuries when his
caretaker accidentally ran over him in the driveway of his home.
12) Where is Rex Allen buried?
Cremated, his ashes were scattered near Willcox, AZ
Saguaro Cemetery, Tucson, AZ
Allen Family Cemetery, Willcox, AZ