Rustler's Valley (July 23, 1937)

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Rustler's Valley
 

Released on July 23, 1937: Hopalong Cassidy's pal Lucky is accused of robbing the bank when he gets wind of a plot to buy all the ranches in Rustler's Valley.

Produced by Harry Sherman

Directed by Nate Watt

The Actors: William Boyd (Hopalong Cassidy), George 'Gabby' Hayes (Windy Halliday), Russell Hayden (Lucky Jenkins), Morris Ankrum (Glen Randall), Muriel Evans (Agnes Randall), Lee J. Cobb (Cal E. Howard), Ted Adams (Taggart, Randall's ranch foreman), Al Ferguson (henchman Joe), John Beach (Boulton), Hank Bell (square dance caller), Fred Burns (party guest), Horace B. Carpenter (party guest), Dot Farley (Mrs. Anson), Bernadene Hayes (party guest), Harley Luse (accordion player), Leo J. McMahon (cowhand art), George Morrell (square dancer), Bill Nestell (party guest), Cliff Parkinson (man who shoots at Windy), John Powers (man who stutters), Rudy Sooter (Bass Player), John St. Polis (banker Crawford)

 

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Hopalong Cassidy and Miss Agnes

This episode of the adventures of Hopalong Cassidy opens with a Sheriff’s posse in hot pursuit of a frantic man who is trying desperately to get away from the Sheriff. They shoot at a fleeing bank robber who finally is trapped at a high cliff over a rushing river. . . . He is trapped and can go no farther . . . . Unless he and his horse jump off the cliff into the rushing water below, which is what they do. The horse swims away, but the man has disappeared, probably hitting his head on the rocks and sinking under the water. We then learn that the fleeing bank robber was none other than Lucky Jenkins, one of Hopalong Cassidy’s best friends. Lucky’s knife was found inside the bank and Lucky was seen leaving the bank after the robbery. It turns out that Lucky didn’t die when he jumped into the river, and is hiding until Hopalong Cassidy and Windy can prove his innocence. The obligatory pretty girl in this cowboy story is Muriel Evans, who plays the part of Agnes Randall, the daughter of a rancher who is about to lose his cattle and ranch to a scheming lawyer and corrupt banker. Lee J. Cobb is Cal Howard the lawyer with no scruples, and he is going to marry Agnes and take over the ranch. Lawyer Howard is representing a big Eastern syndicate that is buying all of the land in the valley, and the Randall ranch is the final piece of real estate that they need to acquire.

Every Hopalong Cassidy movie had a pretty girl in the story, and no actress was in two stories. The Hopalong Cassidy stories were also unique because the leading man, Hopalong Cassidy, never ever was a love interest for the pretty girl. This story is the first in the series to have Hopalong actually flirt with the pretty girl. His interest in Agnes will help break up her engagement to lawyer Howard, and also provide a reason for Agnes to be riding Hoppy’s white horse and get shot by mistake when the bad guys were trying to kill Hoppy. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Al Ferguson
Al Ferguson
Bill Boyd as Hopalong Cassidy
Bill Boyd as Hopalong Cassidy
Dot Farley dancing with Gabby Hayes
Dot Farley dancing with Gabby Hayes
George 'Gabby' Hayes, Dot Farley and William Boyd
George 'Gabby' Hayes, Dot Farley and William Boyd
Gabby Hayes and Dot Farley
Gabby Hayes and Dot Farley
George 'Gabby' Hayes
George 'Gabby' Hayes
Gabby Hayes and William Boyd
Gabby Hayes and William Boyd
John Powers
John Powers
John St. Polis
John St. Polis
John St. Polis and Lee J. Cobb
John St. Polis and Lee J. Cobb
John St. Polis
John St. Polis
Lee J. Cobb
Lee J. Cobb
Lee J. Cobb and William Boyd
Lee J. Cobb and William Boyd
Lee J. Cobb and John St. Polis
Lee J. Cobb and John St. Polis
Lee J. Cobb, Muriel Evans and William Boyd
Lee J. Cobb, Muriel Evans and William Boyd
Lee J. Cobb and Ted Adams
Lee J. Cobb and Ted Adams
Lee J. Cobb and Ted Adams
Lee J. Cobb and Ted Adams
Lee J. Cobb and William Boyd
Lee J. Cobb and William Boyd
Lee J. Cobb and Muriel Evans
Lee J. Cobb and Muriel Evans
Lee J. Cobb
Lee J. Cobb
Morris Ankrum
Morris Ankrum
Morris Ankrum and Lee J. Cobb
Morris Ankrum and Lee J. Cobb
Morris Ankrum, Muriel Evans and Gabby Hayes
Morris Ankrum, Muriel Evans and Gabby Hayes
Morris Ankrum
Morris Ankrum
Muriel Evans and John Powers
Muriel Evans and John Powers
Muriel Evans and Morris Ankrum
Muriel Evans and Morris Ankrum
Muriel Evans dancing with William Boyd
Muriel Evans dancing with William Boyd
Muriel Evans
Muriel Evans
Russell Hayden, William Boyd and Gabby Hayes
Russell Hayden, William Boyd and Gabby Hayes
Russell Hayden
Russell Hayden
Ted Adams
Ted Adams
Ted Adams and Al Ferguson
Ted Adams and Al Ferguson
Ted Adams and Cliff Parkinson
Ted Adams and Cliff Parkinson
Ted Adams and Lee J. Cobb
Ted Adams and Lee J. Cobb
Ted Adams and Lee J. Cobb
Ted Adams and Lee J. Cobb
Ted Adams
Ted Adams
William Boyd
William Boyd
William Boyd and Gabby Hayes
William Boyd and Gabby Hayes
William Boyd and Lee J. Cobb
William Boyd and Lee J. Cobb
William Boyd
William Boyd