My Pal Trigger

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My Pal Trigger
Original film poster
Directed byFrank McDonald
Written byScreenplay:
Jack Townley
John K. Butler
Paul Gangelin
Produced byArmand Schaefer (associate producer)
StarringRoy Rogers
Dale Evans
Jack Holt
George "Gabby" Hayes
Bob Nolan
CinematographyWilliam Bradford
Edited byHarry Keller
Music byR. Dale Butts
Mort Glickman
Charles Maxwell
Republic Pictures
Distributed byRepublic Pictures
Release date
  • July 10, 1946 (1946-07-10) (United States)
Running time
79 minutes
54 minutes
CountryUnited States

My Pal Trigger is a 1946 American Western musical film directed by Frank McDonald. The screenplay by Jack Townley and John K. Butler was based upon a story by Paul Gangelin. The film stars Roy Rogers, Dale Evans, George “Gabby” Hayes, Jack Holt, and Trigger in a story about the origin of Rogers' mount, and their deep and faithful bond. The film features several musical numbers for Rogers, Evans, and Bob Nolan and the Sons of the Pioneers.

It was filmed at Deerwood Stock Farm (Kentucky Park Farms) in Thousand Oaks, California.[1][2]



  • “She’s Havin’ Too Much Fun” (sung by Rogers and Evans)
  • “Old Faithful” (sung by Rogers)

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Schneider, Jerry L. (2015). Western Filming Locations Book 1. CP Entertainment Books. Page 133. ISBN 9780692561348.
  2. ^ Reid, John Howard (2006). Great Hollywood Westerns: Classic Pictures, Must-See Movies & "B" Films. Lulu, Inc. Page 99. ISBN 9781430309680.

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