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Hop-Along Cassidy – Trailer (1935)

An evil ranch foreman tries to provoke a range war by playing two cattlemen against every other although helping a gang to rustle the cattle. Each cattleman blames the other for missing cattle. With the help of Bill Cassidy (Hop-along, due to the fact of an earlier bullet wound) and Johnny Nelson, the warring cattlemen join forces to do in the outlaws.

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25 Responses to “Hop-Along Cassidy – Trailer (1935)”

  1. charlesthepoet2004 says:

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  2. EmilysAwesomevids says:

    my mom said i was related to him

  3. nutyhermit says:

    All the movies and TV shows are now out on DVD. Get them-you won’t be sorry!
    Hoppy lives on….

  4. neilnsue says:

    He was my favorite cowboy! So many of my friends, both young and older, loved Roy-but I never faltered. Now that I am adult, I still love him!

  5. lolatcassy93 says:

    I was named after Hopalong Cassidy!

  6. joecoyote42 says:

    Hoppy was the best. I just pretended when I was a kid. I didn’t have any of the cool stuff. Now I live by the code of honour and protect the innocent.

  7. tapyeno says:

    I watched all the H C series in the 50s, but HATED it at the end of the show when he would tell us kids to remember to help Mum wash up after dinner!!!!
    Why spoil a good cowboy programme by doing that!!!

  8. SETTLECLARET says:

    My gun and holster set was white with blue and red jewels studded into it!

  9. strat63 says:

    I had Hoppy gun and holster set too, got it for Christmas in the mid 50′s and was playing outside on the frozen pond behind my house and dropped one of the revolvers and broke the plastic handle grip.
    My Dad was livid and I remember my Mother saying it was an accident.
    Ruinied the entire day and I still remember it to this day.
    Had a metal Hoppy lunch box too.

  10. issurchaim says:

    Great music.

  11. randolph65 says:

    i love watching his old movies

  12. AgentSmithClan says:

    Way before my time, but I saw a few of the movies as a kid in the 90′s and fell in love. Got back into them a bit ago and bought all the dvds, it’s still great stuff. I get as nostalgic about it as I would if I had grown up with it in the early 50′s.

  13. ahernra says:

    this is so embarrassing! cant believe any one would watch this.

  14. randolph65 says:

    i wish we could see them still on tv do u know where are being show

  15. larryinvegas says:

    I remember seeing Hoppy (William Boyd) riding Topper down the street in my hometown as our parade grand marshall. He stopped right in front of me, rared Topper back on his hind legs, gave me a wink and tipped his hat to the crowd. What a thrill!

  16. LligNitram says:

    the first record I ever bought was Hopalong Cassidy and the Haunted Goldmine on a 78rpm disc. its haunted my memory ever since. Does any one have a copy?

  17. ilcooper says:

    Cool stuff! Iffen you have a hitch in your giddyap this is what to watch to cheer your spirits!

  18. ppaulmorris says:

    We had a Hopalong Cassidy carpet in out bedroom. Our mother taught us the song (Billy Boyd). Brilliant.

  19. SETTLECLARET says:

    I used to have a Hopalong Cassidy gun & holster set. I also had an annual with a TV set on the cover…those were the days!

  20. ErnstBecker says:

    Hop-Along Cassidy was my hero when I was small. When he kicked his cook
    Hop Sing in the arse — he slipped right off the scales.

  21. GrizzledGeezer says:

    Hop-Along was so named because he had a bad leg. This was eventually dropped in the film.s

  22. bikeswinegary says:

    I have an original hopalong cassidy mug I sent for as a kid in the 50s, wonder what it is worth now!

  23. richardwilson1234 says:

    i remember these films from the early
    60s at the saturday afternoon pictures. we’d get rocket man and the little rascals too. happy days:)

  24. InnocentWar1 says:

    This was way before its time. I remember it from my childhood in the mid-60ths, real good actually.

  25. Paramorerocks19 says:

    i want to see Percy Jackson in screen..old classic, my grandpa use to watch it as a kid, he said it was his favorite show/radio

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