Three on the Trail (April 14, 1936)

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Three on the Trail
 

Released on April 14, 1936: Hopalong Cassidy and Johnny are left to die in the desert after a reward is posted for them Dead or Alive.

Produced by Harry Sherman

Directed by Howard Bretherton

The Actors: William Boyd (Hopalong Cassidy), James Ellison (Johnny Nelson), George 'Gabby' Hayes (Windy), Onslow Stevens (Pecos Kane), Muriel Evans (Mary Stevens), Claude King (J.P. Ridley), William Duncan (Buck Peters), Clara Kimball Young (Rose Peters), John St. Polis (Sheriff Sam Corwin), Ernie Adams (Idaho), Al Hill (Kit Thorpe), Ted Adams (Jim Trask), Jack Rutherford (Lewis), Lita Cortez (Conchita), Hank Bell (dancer at party), Art Dillard (rancher), Franklyn Farnum (deputy), Oscar Gahan (fiddle player), Lew Meehan (bartender), Jack Montgomery (murdered cowhand), Artie Ortego (henchman), Cliff Parkinson (henchman), Tex Phelps (barfly), Joe Rickson (henchman Gabby)

 

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Hoppy & Johnny, Wanted Dead or Alive

As our adventure opens a man rides fast and hard into the town of Mesquite, firing his guns in the air and shouting at the top of his voice. “The stage is coming, the stage is coming!” men scramble and women run . . . The men are running into the street to meet the stage, and the women are running to get out of the way.

Hopalong Cassidy and Johnny are just coming out of the general store with boxes of supplies for the Bar 20 ranch, and they have no clue why the stage is so important today. Unknown to them, this stagecoach is carrying more danger for Hoppy and Johnny than any stage ever has . . . . This stage coach is carrying danger that will lead to the Sheriff posting a ‘Dead or Alive’ reward on their heads. Not only will they be marked for death, they will be tied up without their horses or water so far into the desert that it will be impossible to walk out of the desert alive.

What terrible danger awaits them? Their bearded old-codger friend Windy proclaims that he gets a terrible toothache every time this danger is nearby . . . Windy thinks it is a sign from Heaven telling him to avoid this danger at all costs. The town saloon owner is bringing a stagecoach full of women to town who will entertain the men in his saloon. When Hoppy and Johnny join the eager men crowded around the stage they spot a beautiful young blonde girl riding on top with the driver and Johnny immediately decides that this girl will be his. Hopalong tries to stop him but Johnny is determined. As it turns out, this gal is a schoolmarm and not one of the saloon entertainers, but she will still spell trouble for Hopalong and Johnny as they both compete for her attention. Which man will the schoolmarm want? That won’t be nearly as important after the Sheriff posts a big reward for their capture, Dead or Alive, and preferably DEAD! Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Al Hill and Joe Rickson
Al Hill and Joe Rickson
Al Hill and Onslow Stevens
Al Hill and Onslow Stevens
Al Hill
Al Hill
Bill Boyd, Ernie Adams and Gabby Hayes
Bill Boyd, Ernie Adams and Gabby Hayes
William Boyd and Jack Rutherford
William Boyd and Jack Rutherford
William Boyd
William Boyd
William Boyd as Hopalong Cassidy
William Boyd as Hopalong Cassidy
Clara Kimball Youn, James Ellison and Muriel Evans
Clara Kimball Youn, James Ellison and Muriel Evans
Clara Kimball Young
Clara Kimball Young
Claude King
Claude King
Claude King
Claude King
Ernie Adams
Ernie Adams
Franklyn Farnum and James Ellison
Franklyn Farnum and James Ellison
Gabby Hayes and Al Hill
Gabby Hayes and Al Hill
Gabby Hayes and William Boyd
Gabby Hayes and William Boyd
Gabby Hayes and William Duncan
Gabby Hayes and William Duncan
Gabby Hayes
Gabby Hayes
George 'Gabby' Hayes
George 'Gabby' Hayes
Gabby Hayes with William Duncan
Gabby Hayes with William Duncan
Jack Rutherford and Claude King
Jack Rutherford and Claude King
James Ellison and Bill Boyd
James Ellison and Bill Boyd
James Ellison and Lita Cortez
James Ellison and Lita Cortez
James Ellison and Muriel Evans
James Ellison and Muriel Evans
Leo J. McMahon
James Ellison and Muriel Evans
James Ellison kisses Muriel Evans
James Ellison kisses Muriel Evans
James Ellison
James Ellison
John St. Polis
John St. Polis
John St. Polis and Al Hill
John St. Polis and Al Hill
John St. Polis and James Ellison
John St. Polis and James Ellison
John St. Polis
John St. Polis
Lew Meehan and Gabby Hayes
Lew Meehan and Gabby Hayes
Lita Cortez and Gabby Hayes
Lita Cortez and Gabby Hayes
Lita Cortez singing in the saloon
Lita Cortez singing in the saloon
Muriel Evans and Franklyn Farnum
Muriel Evans and Franklyn Farnum
Muriel Evans and James Ellison
Muriel Evans and James Ellison
Muriel Evans and James Ellison
Muriel Evans and James Ellison
Muriel Evans and Onslow Stevens
Muriel Evans and Onslow Stevens
Muriel Evans
Muriel Evans
Muriel Evans
Muriel Evans
Onslow Stevens
Onslow Stevens
Onslow Stevens and Al Hill
Onslow Stevens and Al Hill
Onslow Stevens and Muriel Evans
Onslow Stevens and Muriel Evans
Onslow Stevens
Onslow Stevens
Onslow Stevens
Onslow Stevens
Ted Adams
Ted Adams
Ted Adams and Jack Rutherford
Ted Adams and Jack Rutherford
Ted Adams
Ted Adams
William Boyd
William Boyd
William Boyd and Lita Cortez
William Boyd and Lita Cortez
William Boyd and Miruel Evans
William Boyd and Miruel Evans
William Duncan
William Duncan