Lost Canyon (December 18, 1942)
Released on December 18, 1942: Hopalong Cassidy and California Carson try to help side-kick Johnny prove that he didn't rob the town bank.
Produced by Harry Sherman
Directed by Leslie Selander
Written by Harry O. Hoyt from characters created by Clarence E. Mulford
The Actors: William Boyd (Hopalong Cassidy), Andy Clyde (California Carlson), Jay Kirby (Johnny Travers), Lola Lane (Laura Clark), Douglas Fowley (Jeff Burton, attorney), Herbert Rawlinson (Tom Clark), Guy Usher (Zack Rogers, banker), Karl Hackett (Wade Haskell), Hugh Prosser (Jim Stanton), Bob Kortman (Joe), The Sportsmen Quartet (singing cowhands), Chris Allen (townsman), Gertrude Astor (Mrs. Jane Anson), John L. Cason (henchman), Spade Cooley (fiddle player), Bill Days (singing cowhand), Bert Dillard (henchman), Jack Evans (townsman), Al Ferguson (henchman in shack), Herman Hack (posse rider), Aleth Hansen (banjo player), Si Jenks (square dance caller), Merrill McCormick (henchman), Frank Mills (man who asks for a match), Milburn Morante (man at dance), George Morrell (man at dance), Charles Murphy (posse rider), Bill Nestell (burly deputy), Cliff Parkinson (man who shoots at California Carlson), John Rarig (singing cowhand), Thurl Ravenscroft (Sportsmen Quartet lead singer), Max Smith (singing cowhand), Dorothy Vernon (townswoman), Henry Wills (cowhand Henry)
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Hoppy Hides a Bank Robber
As this adventure of Hopalong Cassidy begins a large posse is hot on the trail of a bank robber. They chase the robber until he is trapped on a cliff high above a raging river. The bank robber has two choices – he can wait to be captured by the Sheriff and his posse or jump into the waves of the river far below.
After a moment of hesitation, the man jumps into the river below and disappears into the murky water. When the Sheriff and his men arrive at the edge of the cliff the look for the bank robber but he doesn’t rise from the rushing waters below. He has certainly gone to his doom, and they will find his body downstream when it washes ashore.
Back in town Hopalong Cassidy is informed that the dead bank robber was none other than Johnny Travers, Hopalong Cassidy’s young sidekick. Hopalong Cassidy and California Carlson are convinced that Johnny must have been framed for the bank robbery, but if he is dead they will have a mighty tough time proving his innocence.
As luck would have it, while California Carlson is dancing with a flirtatious lady at the town dance, he and Hoppy spy a wet and disheveled face in the window looking at them – none other than Johnny, the man that everyone thinks has robbed the bank and perished in the rushing waters of the river. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.
William Boyd and Andy Clyde
William Boyd, Herbert Rawlinson and Jay Kirby
William Boyd, Lola Lane and Herbert Rawlinson
Douglas Fowley, Bob Kortman and Karl Hackett
Gertrude Astor and Andy Clyde
Herbert Rawlinson and Douglas Fowley
Karl Hackett and Bob Kortman
Karl Hackett and Douglas Fowley
Karl Hackett and Douglas Fowley
The Sportsmen Quartet
William Boyd and Douglas Fowley