Aug 16

Along the Trail Episodes

I have been getting some great comments about my interviews with stars that are part of “Along the Trail.”  I am soooo glad that you are enjoying them. Future episodes, including the just posted interview with Gunsmoke’s Buck Taylor, will be on my Cheryl Rogers website at I hope that you will join me …

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Feb 24

Along The Trail TV Talk Show Special Guest Robert Fuller

In this episode of Along The Trail with Cheryl Rogers Barnett. Cheryl visits with her good friend Actor Robert Fuller.

Feb 05

Along The Trail short clip with Robert Fuller

Here is a short clip from the upcoming episode of Cheryl Rogers Barnett’s “Along The Trail” travel talk show. In this clip Cheryl and Robert discuss some of the hollywood musicals Robert danced in. Including dance numbers with Debbie Reynolds, Cyd Charisse and Marilyn Monroe. Cheryl’s complete visit with Robert Fuller on the Along The …

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Jan 04

Along The Trail with Special Guest Wyatt McCrea

In this episode of Along The Trail with Cheryl Rogers Barnett. Cheryl visits with her good friend Actor, Producer Wyatt McCrea. Wyatt is the grandson of the legendary Joel McCrea. He is also on the board of National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum. This is a fun interview about Joel and wife Frances Dee. Cheryl …

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Oct 13

Ben Cooper Celebrity interview with host Cheryl Rogers Barnett

Here is a wonderful Celebrity Interview with Ben Cooper. Ben Cooper is a very dear friend. I had a crush on him when I was about 13 years old and saw him in “Johnny Guitar” at the Sherman Oaks Theater. Ben started out as a child actor, working on radio, in the New York Theater …

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Oct 13

Denny Miller Celebrity interview with host Cheryl Rogers Barnett

Here is a wonderful Celebrity Interview with Denny Miller. Denny (Scott) Miller is probably best remembered as the “Surfer Dude” or the “Jungle Man” on “Gilligan’s Island even though he was a regular for several years on “Wagon Train” (he was called Scott Miller on that series) and he was the Gorton Fisherman’s spokesman for …

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Jul 09

TRUE WEST Magazine – Aug. 2017 Issue

Hi Y’all, hope you will all go out and buy the latest issue of True West. They always have great stories about the history of the West.  This issue, under “What History Has Taught Me” (found at the back of the magazine) is an interview with me! Hope you enjoy it. Happy trails, Cheryl

Jul 04


The original Trigger, The Old Man, The Old Horse, would be turning 83 today. He was truly a very special horse. He was all spirit and fire when Dad rode him and the most gentle of giants when I rode him across the Van Nuys Wash (as a nine-year-old) to the Mom and Pop grocery …

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Jun 13

Yakima Canutt

Yakima Canutt is probably the most famous stuntman in the entertainment industry. He was the inventor of most of the famous stunts that took our breaths away. It was Yak that leapt off the driver’s seat of the stagecoach onto the backs of the backs team of horses, then onto the backs of the team …

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Jun 12

Iron Eyes Cody

Iron Eyes Cody was known by everybody as a spokesman for conservation and of American Indian traditions. As a young man, he took it upon himself to study and learn what he could of Indian culture. His portrayal of the Indian chief with the tear in his eye for the “Keep America Beautiful” campaign (posters …

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Jun 11

Trisstram (Tris) Coffin

Trisstram (Tris) Coffin was another of those fine Republic actors who worked all of the time. He appeared in seven of their cliff-hanger series. He also honed his craft while playing good guys and bad guys in numerous films and then television series. He had the lead in his own syndicated series “26 Men” which …

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Jun 10

More about Gabby Hayes

I absolutely loved Gabby like another grandfather. He was the most handsome man. Always dressed in custom-made English tweed suits and handmade silk shirts from France. He always smelled wonderful and he could tell the most wonderful stories in his beautiful stage voice. I’m glad that I didn’t see him on film as a bad …

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