For some reason I always preferred Roy to Gene (but Hoppy was my all-time favorite). Didn't care much for Dale, though. Pat Brady was always fun and Nellybelle the jeep always made me laugh. Trigger was okay. Bullet, meh. And don't get me started on Buttermilk.
The Roy Rogers Show ran on NBC for 100 episodes from December 30, 1951 to June 9, 1957. "Money Is Dangerous" was the show's 79th episode and first ran on January 29, 1956. a former rancher, thought to be a miser, hires a neerdowell to act as his bodyguard and protect his money. Instead, the man steals the money. It's time for Roy and Trigger to ride into action. Harry Harvey, Lucien Littlefield, John Truax, Craig Duncan, and James Macklin round out the cast. George Blair directed from a teleplay by Dwight Cummins.