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Colt Comrades (October 20, 1943)

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Hopalong Cassidy in Bar 20
 

Released on October 20, 1943: Hopalong Cassidy and his pals ride to California to purchase cattle, but get accused of murder and robbery when the only man who can clear them is killed.

Produced by Harry Sherman

Directed by Lesley Selander

The Actors: William Boyd (Hopalong Cassidy), Andy Clyde (California Carlson), George Reeves (Lin Bradley), Dustine Farnum (Marie Stevens), Victor Jory (Mark Jackson), Douglas Fowley (Slash), Betty Blythe (Mrs. Stevens), Robert Mitchum (Richard Adams), Francis McDonald (Quirt Rankin), Earle Hodgins (Tom), Roy Bucko (henchman), Bob Burns (minister), Art Felix (ranch hand), Kansas Moehring (henchman), Cliff Parkinson (henchman), George Plues (henchman), Henry Wills (henchman)

 
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Shining Stars

There are two supporting actors in this cowboy adventure that later became famous stars, and one who appeared in this movie and never appeared on film again.

Hopalong Cassidy’s side-kick in this adventure is actor George Reeves. In 1951 Reeves would star in the very first Superman film, and a year later The Adventures of Superman would become a television series, also starring George Reeves as the Man of Steel.

The Bride Groom in this story is Robert Mitchum, who would later become a legendary film star. But I want to tell you about the young lady that both of these men were sweet on.

Legendary actors Dustin and William Farnum were famous Broadway actors who became even more famous as motion picture stars in the first days of silent movies. On the 29th of May in 1925 Dustin Farnum and his actress wife Winifred had a baby girl, who they named Dustine Farnum.

Dustine’s father would die when she was four years old, but Dustine and her mother would remain in Hollywood among their actor friends, and Dustine mentioned that she was often bounced on the lap of frequent visitor Cecil B. DeMille.

When Dustine was eighteen years old she wanted to follow in the footsteps of her famous actor parents and she got the part of the young lady in this adventure who is about to marry the character played by Robert Mitchum.

Her mother in this story is Betty Blythe, who was famous silent screen beauty who was never shy about showing off her buxom hourglass body in scanty clothing. This story is full of actors of note, but young Dustine, in her first screen appearance captures my attention. This would be her one and only screen appearance. For some reason she was never hired again for any motion picture or television role. Dustine Farnum died in 1983, and this movie appearance is the only lasting legacy of her personality, voice and character. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Robert Mitchum and George Reeves
Robert Mitchum and George Reeves
Dustine Farnum
Dustine Farnum
Andy Clyde
Andy Clyde
Douglas Fowley and Francis McDonald
Douglas Fowley and Francis McDonald
Dustine Farnum and Betty Blythe
Dustine Farnum and Betty Blythe
Dustine Farnum and Robert Mitchum
Dustine Farnum and Robert Mitchum
George Reeves and Andy Clyde
George Reeves and Andy Clyde
George Reeves and William Boyd
George Reeves and William Boyd
George Reeves
George Reeves
Robert Mitchum, Dustine Farnum and Victor Jory
Robert Mitchum, Dustine Farnum and Victor Jory
Robert Mitchum
Robert Mitchum
Victor Jory
Victor Jory
William Boyd and Betty Blythe
William Boyd and Betty Blythe
William Boyd and Victor Jory
William Boyd and Victor Jory
William Boyd
William Boyd