Colt Comrades (June 18, 1943)

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Hopalong Cassidy in Colt Comrades
 

Released on June 18, 1943: Hopalong Cassidy and his side-kicks are accused of cattle rustling and chased by vigilantes who will shoot to kill.

Produced by Harry Sherman

Directed by Lesley Selander

The Actors: William Boyd (Hopalong Cassidy), Andy Clyde (California Carlson), Jay Kirby (Johnny Travers), Victor Jory (Jeb Hardin), Teddi Sherman (Lucy Whitlock), George Reeves (Lin Whitlock), Douglas Fowley (Joe Brass), Herbert Rawlinson (rancher Varney), Earle Hodgins (Wildcat Willie), Robert Mitchum (Dirk Mason), Ralph Bucko (vigilante), Roy Bucko (vigilante), Tex Cooper (barfly), Jim Corey (vigilante), Art Dillard (cowhand Red), William Gould (rancher), Fred Kohler Jr. (henchman), Cliff Lyons (rancher), Jack Mulhall (postmaster), Tex Phelps (brand checker), George Plues (henchman), Dewey Robinson (Sam the bartender), Phil Schumacher (vigilante), Jack Shannon (rancher), Russell Simpson (Sheriff), George Sowards (rider), Hal Taliaferro (murdered freight agent), Blackjack Ward (vigilante), Henry Wills (vigilante), Bill Wolfe (rancher)

 

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Cattle Ranching, Water Rights and Wildcat Willie

As this Hopalong Cassidy adventure opens we watch a steam locomotive rumbling along the tracks as it slows a bit and rings the bell. A freight line employee comes out of the train station and waits on the platform as someone on the passing train tosses a large canvas mail bag onto the platform.

Just as the stationmaster is bending over to pick up the mail bag a shot rings out and the man drops to the station platform, dead as a nail. From the corner of the station, outlaw Dirk Mason, played by Robert Mitchum, runs across the platform and grabs the mailbag. He jumps on his horse and rides swiftly into the hills as townsmen rush to the station and shoot at the fleeing outlaw.

Sheriff Hopalong Cassidy is on the outlaw’s trail and catches up to the outlaw just as the outlaw is asking his boss to hide him until Hoppy is gone. The outlaw’s boss refuses to hide his henchman and when Hopalong captures the outlaw, the boss, a respected townsman, shoots and kills his henchman before the henchman can tell the law who he is working for.

Hopalong and his side-kicks are in for a rough time and before this adventure ends well Hopalong will be chased by the law because they were framed for rustling cattle, and there is no proof to vindicate them. It sure looks like Hopalong Cassidy is headed for a hangman’s noose this time. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

William Boyd as Hopalong Cassidy
William Boyd as Hopalong Cassidy
Andy Clyde and Teddi Sherman
Andy Clyde and Teddi Sherman
Andy Clyde
Andy Clyde
William Boyd, Teddi Sherman and George Reeves
William Boyd, Teddi Sherman and George Reeves
Douglas Fowley and Robert Mitchum
Douglas Fowley and Robert Mitchum
Douglas Fowley and Victor Jory
Douglas Fowley and Victor Jory
Douglas Fowley and William Boyd
Douglas Fowley and William Boyd
Douglas Fowley
Douglas Fowley
Earle Hodgins
Earle Hodgins
Earle Hodgins and Dewey Robinson
Earle Hodgins and Dewey Robinson
Earle Hodgins and Douglas Fowley
Earle Hodgins and Douglas Fowley
Earle Hodgins
Earle Hodgins
Earle Hodgins
Earle Hodgins
George Reeves
George Reeves
George Reeves
George Reeves
Jay Kirby, William Boyd and Andy Clyde
Jay Kirby, William Boyd and Andy Clyde
Robert Mitchum and Victor Jory
Robert Mitchum and Victor Jory
Robert Mitchum on a wanted poster
Robert Mitchum on a wanted poster
Robert Mitchum
Robert Mitchum
Russell Simpson and Jack Mulhall
Russell Simpson and Jack Mulhall
Russell Simpson
Russell Simpson
Teddi Sherman and Jay Kirby
Teddi Sherman and Jay Kirby
Teddi Sherman
Teddi Sherman
Victor Jory
Victor Jory
William Boyd and Andy Clyde
William Boyd and Andy Clyde
William Boyd and George Reeves
William Boyd and George Reeves
William Boyd and Jay Kirby
William Boyd and Jay Kirby