Dale Robertson

Dale Robertson - Cinemonde Magazine Pictorial [France] (12 January 1952)
1923 - 2013

Dale Robertson  American Actor


Dayle Lymoine Robertson (July 14, 1923 – February 27, 2013) was an American actor best known for his starring roles on television. He played the roving investigator Jim Hardie in the NBC/ABC television series Tales of Wells Fargo, and Ben Calhou...

Confirmed Relationships2
Longest Relationship4 yrs
Average Relationship Length2 yrs
Rumored Relationships1
First Name Dale
Middle Name Lymoine
Last Name Robertson
Full Name at Birth Dayle Lymoine Robertson
Age 89 (age at death) years
Birthday 14th July, 1923
Birthplace Harrah, Oklahoma, USA
Died 26th February, 2013
Place of Death La Jolla, San Diego California, USA
Cause of Death Cancer, Pneumonia
Height 6' 0" (183 cm)
Build Average
Hair Color Grey
Zodiac Sign Cancer
Sexuality Straight
Ethnicity White
Nationality American
University Oklahoma Military Academy in Claremore
Occupation Text Actor
Occupation Actor
Claim to Fame Tales of Wells Fargo
Friend Mara Corday
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Mary Murphy80 AquariusActress
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Wind in the Wire1993 TV Movie
Harts of the West1993 Zeke TV Show
J.J. Starbuck1987 Jerome Jeremiah 'J.J.' Starbuck TV Show
Murder, She Wrote1984 Lee Goddard TV Show
Matt Houston1982 Wildcat Callahan TV Show
Dynasty1981 Walter Lankershim TV Show
The Last Ride of the Dalton Gang1979 Judge Isaac Parker TV Movie
Dallas1978 Frank Crutcher TV Show
Fantasy Island1977 Peter Rawlings TV Show
The Love Boat1977 Mason Fleers TV Show
The Kansas City Massacre1975 Melvin Purvis TV Movie
Melvin Purvis G-MAN1974 Melvin Purvis TV Movie
Aru heishi no kake1970 Major Clark J. Allen Movie
East Connection1970 Movie
Iron Horse1966 Ben Calhoun TV Show
The One Eyed Soldiers1966 Richard Owen Movie
Scalplock1966 Benjamin Calhoun TV Movie
The Man from Button Willow1965 Justin Eagle (voice) Movie
Coast of Skeletons1965 A. J. Magnus Movie
Diamond Jim: Skulduggery in Samantha1965 Diamond Jim Brady TV Movie
Blood on the Arrow1964 Wade Cooper Movie
Law of the Lawless1964 Judge Clem Rogers Movie
Fast and Sexy1958 Raffaele Movie
Tales of Wells Fargo1957 Jim Hardie TV Show
Hell Canyon Outlaws1957 Sheriff Caleb Wells Movie
Dakota Incident1956 John Banner Movie
A Day of Fury1956 Jagade Movie
High Terrace1956 Bill Lang Movie
Son of Sinbad1955 Sinbad Movie
The 20th Century-Fox Hour1955 Lt. Clay Tucker TV Show
Top of the World1955 Maj. Lee Gannon Movie
Undercurrent1955 Daniel Weaver TV Show
Sitting Bull1954 Major Robert 'Bob' Parrish Movie
The Gambler from Natchez1954 Capt. Vance Colby Movie
Climax!1954 Nicky Jordan TV Show
Studio 571954 TV Show
City of Bad Men1953 Brett Stanton Movie
The Farmer Takes a Wife1953 Dan Harrow Movie
Devil's Canyon1953 Billy Reynolds Movie
The Silver Whip1953 Race Crim Movie
Lure of the Wilderness1952 Opening off-screen Narrator (voice, uncredited) Movie
Full House1952 Barney Woods (segment "The Clarion Call") Movie
The Outcasts of Poker Flat1952 John Oakhurst Movie
Death Valley Days1952 Himself - Host, Jack Reardon, Will Tracy TV Show
The Ford Television Theatre1952 Donny TV Show
Lydia Bailey1952 Albion Hamlin Movie
Return of the Texan1952 Sam Crockett Movie
Call Me Mister1951 Capt. Johnny Comstock Movie
Golden Girl1951 Tom Richmond Movie
Take Care of My Little Girl1951 Joe Blake Movie
The Secret of Convict Lake1951 Narrator (voice, uncredited) Movie
Schlitz Playhouse1951 Jim Hardie TV Show
The Red Skelton Hour1951 Robinson Crusoe TV Show
The Cariboo Trail1950 Will Gray Movie
Two Flags West1950 Lem Movie
Fighting Man of the Plains1949 Jesse James Movie
Flamingo Road1949 Tunis Simms (uncredited) Movie
The Girl from Jones Beach1949 Lifeguard (uncredited) Movie
The Boy with Green Hair1948 Cop (uncredited) Movie
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jlaudcentJan 31, 2013

Hi Sandee. Dale has moved out of the nursing home to be with his wife once more. I'm afraid that I can't give his new address but I will copy your note and send it to them next time I write. Dale isn't very mobile now but I am sure he is delighted to be home with his wife again! I also love listening to Dale's CD. I was amazed to find that he sang so well and he told me that he had written two of the songs and contributed to a third.

Sandee ProctorJan 29, 2013

Is there an update on Dale's health?
I hope that he and Susan are doing well.
I always send him a birthday card-where do I send it this year? Was he able to leave the nursing home?
I think of him daily and still listen to his CD every day.

Robbie MurrayAug 6, 2011

Thank you for replying,i hope for the best..

jlaudcentAug 6, 2011

Dale isn't very well and is receiving treatment in a nursing home at the moment.

Robbie MurrayAug 3, 2011

hi any recent news on Mr Robertson at all?

jlaudcentMay 21, 2011

Anne, I check this site every so often and copy what is new so I can send messages to Dale and his wife. I was really very lucky as a lady in Arizona suggested I fly from the UK to a Western Show in Scottsdale in 2001. At the same time, I contacted Dale's website, no longer running, to tell them of errors. Dale's wife replied and thus started an email relationship. She warned Dale that I would be going to the Festival so when I arrived, he knew who I was! I then went to 4 more festivals until the last one in 2004 and was able to help him out on his stall, taking his money while he signed autographs. He stopped using his computer after his heart operation in 2005 so I now keep in contact with his wife. The amazing thing for me was the fact that his character was so much like his character on Tales of Wells Fargo so I knew him pretty well. Cheers, Jeannine

Mrs. anne BeatonMay 17, 2011

As I said in my recent posting, I have loved Dale since 1951, I came to Toronto, Canada in1957 and brought 1000 (one thousand) photos of him I had( collected over the years, some with his signature, photos that I had sent for (before I left Glasgow, Scotland). I have just recently got a computer and look him up often, I only found out tonight from reading this section hat he is not well, I am sad about that. Maybe I might hear from someone, thank you

Anne BeatonMay 17, 2011

I have been a fan of Dale Robertsons since 1951, when I saw Golden Girl.

Patrick J. PattonApr 24, 2011

I don't think Dale will EVER be forgotten.Too many great childhood memories. I still think his best movie was "A day of fury" He was REAL baddd in that

Jeannine AudcentMar 13, 2011

Judy, Dale doesn't sign autographs anymore and his wife returns all written requests straight back to the senders. Dale has various medical problems now and can no longer hold a pen properly. However, I have copied your email and will post it to Dale when I write this week. I am sure he will be happy to know that you have not forgotten him. Jeannine

judy lerstangMar 12, 2011

Hi I use to visit Dale at the Los Alamitos racetrack when he was there and racing his great horse Rebel Cause.I was 15 at the time and would always go and ask for his autograph. I am a huge fan. I would like an autographed picture of him. He probably doesn't remembere me but he always was so nice to me. My address is 3634 D St. Bremerton. Wa 98312 apt.A. thank you..judy

jere moormanMar 12, 2011

I knew Susan and Nancy Robbins back in LA in the middle sixties: Nancy married radio exec. Tim Sullivan and last I knew they lived in Rancho Sante Fe; Nancy and Susan were identical twins. I'd love to connect again with both of them. Jere Moorman

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