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Lumberjack (April 28, 1944)

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William Boyd as Hopalong Cassidy
 

Released on April 28, 1944: When scoundrels try to cheat Julie out of prime timber land that she inherits form her new husband, Hopalong Cassidy comes to the rescue.

Produced by Harry Sherman

Directed by Lesley Selander

The Actors: William Boyd (Hopalong Cassidy), Andy Clyde (California Carlson), Jimmy Rogers (Jimmy Rogers), Douglass Dumbrille (Daniel J. Keefer), Ellen Hall (Julie Peters-Jordan), Francis McDonald (Clyde Fenwick), Ethel Wales (Aunt Abbey Peters), Hal Taliaferro (henchman Taggart), Charles Morton (Big Joe Wiliams), Herbert Rawlinson (Buck Peters), Frances Morris (Mrs. Sue Williams), John Whitney (Ben C. Jordan), Jack Rockwell (Sheriff Miles), Bob Burns (Justice of the Peace), Fred Burns (squatter), Herman Hack (squatter), Earle Hodgins (the Parson), Ray Jones (man at auction), Jack Low (squatter), Pierce Lyden (henchman), Frank McCarroll (henchman), Bill Nestell (tough guy), Rose Plumer (woman at auction), Ozie Waters (singing lumberjack), Ted Wells (logger), Henry Wills (Slade/logger), Hank Worden (lumberjack)

 
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Hopalong Cassidy

In this story Hopalong and his buddies California Carlson and Jimmy Rogers, who was the son of the famous Will Rogers, are working the Bar 20 ranch for Buck Peters and his daughter Julie, and as the show opens Julie is running away from home to marry Ben Jordan, a young land owner from California with a lot of good timber land.

Julie becomes a widow a few minutes after the wedding when Ben is cut down by a couple of hired killers, and Hopalong takes Julie to California to claim Ben's land, but we discover a couple of crooks who arranged to have Ben killed so that they could take his land and sell the timber to the railroad for a ton of money. When the bad guys discover that Ben has an heir, a young widow, they switch plans and arrange a legal swindle with the naive business woman. Julie makes all the wrong choices, trusting the crooks and sending Hopalong packing because she doesn't trust his judgment. Of course Hopalong is Hopalong, so he and California stick around and save Julie from the bad guys just in time. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter on it and enjoy the show.

Andy Clyde and Ethel Wales
Andy Clyde and Ethel Wales
Andy CLyde and Ethel Wales in Lumberjack
Andy Clyde and Ethel Wales in Lumberjack
Earle Hodgins, Andy Clyde and Ethel Wales
Earle Hodgins, Andy Clyde and Ethel Wales
Earle Hodgins
Earle Hodgins
Charles Morton and Douglass Dumbrille
Charles Morton and Douglass Dumbrille
Charles Morton, Frances Morris and Andy Clyde
Charles Morton, Frances Morris and Andy Clyde
Douglass Dumbrille and Hal Taliaferro
Douglass Dumbrille and Hal Taliaferro
Douglass Dumbrille
Douglass Dumbrille
Ellen Hall, Andy Clyde and Ethel Wales
Ellen Hall, Andy Clyde and Ethel Wales
Ellen Hall and William Boyd
Ellen Hall and William Boyd
Ellen Hall
Ellen Hall
Ethel Wales and Andy Clyde
Ethel Wales and Andy Clyde
Francis McDonald
Francis McDonald
Hal Taliaferro
Hal Taliaferro
Hal Taliaferro faces William Boyd
Hal Taliaferro faces William Boyd
Hal Taliaferro
Hal Taliaferro
Herbert Rawlinson, Ellen Hall and William Boyd
Herbert Rawlinson, Ellen Hall and William Boyd
Herbert Rawlinson as Hank Peters
Herbert Rawlinson as Hank Peters
Herbert Rawlinson
Herbert Rawlinson
Jimmy Rogers
Jimmy Rogers
William Boyd, Ellen Hall and John Whitney
William Boyd, Ellen Hall and John Whitney
William Boyd and Ellen Hall
William Boyd and Ellen Hall
William Boyd as Hopalong Cassidy
William Boyd as Hopalong Cassidy
William Boyd in 1944
William Boyd in 1944