One thing the world needs more of is genuine heroes to look up to. Kids especially need this. During the 1950s, television provided a lot of heroes for children to admire and try to emulate. One of these heroes was Roy Rogers. Each week, on his television show (aptly called Roy Rogers), Roy would catch the bad men. Of course, he did this with the help of his friends, Trigger (his horse), Bullet (his dog), and Dale Evans (his wife).
Rogers was a marvelous gentlemen who brought character, strength, and morals to both the big and little screens. Seeing his image on a clock every day would be an awesome reminder of the values and high standards that people should aspire to.
It seems that as more and more of the children who sat intently in front of their black and white TV sets way back then are growing older, there is more of a pining for things they loved as children. Enter: the Roy Rogers clock!
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