The Law of Contact

Texas Masquerade (February 8, 1944)

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Hopalong Cassidy in Texas Masquerade
 

Released on February 8, 1944: Hopalong Cassidy masquerades as a Boston lawyer helping Texas ranchers who are being terrorized by outlaw night riders.

Produced by Harry Sherman

Directed by George Archainbaud

The Actors: William Boyd (Hopalong Cassidy), Andy Clyde (California Carlson), Jimmy Rogers (Jimmy Rogers), Don Costello (Ace Maxson), Mady Correll (Virginia Curtis), Francis McDonald (Sam Nolan), Russell Simpson (J.K Trimble), J. Farrell MacDonald (John Martindale), Nelson Leigh (James Corwin), Robert McKenzie (Marshall Rowbottom), Pierce Lyden (henchman Al), June Pickerell (Mrs. Emma Martindale), Bill Hunter (Deputy Lou Sykes), John Merton (henchman Jeff), Victor Adamson (night rider), Ralph Bucko (night rider), Roy Bucko (night rider), Bob Burns (barfly), Art Felix (night rider), George Morrell (piano player)

 

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The Dancing Dandy Dude and the Texas Crude

Okay, I wasn’t the smartest boy in school, but when Hoppy rescues a Boston lawyer on his way to South Texas, I had to scratch my head. You see, the Bar 20 is in Arizona, and the last time I checked Arizona isn’t on the trail from Boston to Texas. Oh well, I guess the movie folk use different trails.

In any case, Hoppy is off to a small cow town in Texas masquerading as a dandy tenderfoot from Boston arriving in Texas to complete the lawyer’s mission. Hoppy is dressed like an Eastern tenderfoot and talking like a sissy, and ordering a cool glass of milk at the local bar.

Ace Maxson, the owner of the bar and the instantly recognized ‘bad guy’ makes Hoppy dance as the bullets fly towards his feet. Cassidy maintains his masquerade and pretends to be a sissy-boy, dancing to the tune of the bad guy’s six-shooter.

Hoppy discovers that the bad guys in town are trying to buy all of the ranches, and they will kill the owners who don’t agree to sell. It turns out that there is oil on all the ranches, but the ranchers have no idea. Hopalong and his buddies will have their hands full fighting the night rider outlaws as they rein terror on the desert ranches of Texas. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

William Boyd and Mady Correll
William Boyd and Mady Correll
Andy Clyde and Jimmy Rogers
Andy Clyde and Jimmy Rogers
Andy Clyde
Andy Clyde
William Boyd, J. Farrell MacDonald and June Pickerell
William Boyd, J. Farrell MacDonald and June Pickerell
Don Costello and Francis McDonald
Don Costello and Francis McDonald
Don Costello and William Boyd
Don Costello and William Boyd
Francis McDonald
Francis McDonald
J. Farrell MacDonald and Don Costello
J. Farrell MacDonald and Don Costello
J. Farrell MacDonald and June Pickerell
J. Farrell MacDonald and June Pickerell
J. Farrell MacDonald
J. Farrell MacDonald
Jimmy Rogers and Andy Clyde
Jimmy Rogers and Andy Clyde
Jimmy Rogers
Jimmy Rogers
June Pickerell, J. Farrell MacDonald and Bill Hunter
June Pickerell, J. Farrell MacDonald and Bill Hunter
Mady Correll
Mady Correll
Mady Correll and Russell Simpson
Mady Correll and Russell Simpson
Nelson Leigh and Francis McDonald
Nelson Leigh and Francis McDonald
Nelson Leigh and Mady Correll
Nelson Leigh and Mady Correll
Robert McKenzie
Robert McKenzie
Robert McKenzie
Robert McKenzie
Russell Simpson and J. Farrell MacDonald
Russell Simpson and J. Farrell MacDonald
Russell Simpson
Russell Simpson
William Boyd
William Boyd
William Boyd
William Boyd