Hopalong Cassidy Rarities [DVD]
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Robert Mitchum, George (Superman) Reeves, Duncan (The Cisco Kid) Renaldo and Lee J.(On the Waterfront) Cobb make early career appearances in these films.
THE EAGLES BROOD (1935) The second film of the classic series, with Hoppy saving the life of a notorious but reformed - outlaw (silent star William Farnum) and helping him find his missing grandson.
IN OLD MEXICO (1938) Hoppy is lured south of the border by a notorious outlaw (Paul Sutton of Jesse James) who is seeking revenge and will stop at nothing including murder to exact it.
SUNSET TRAIL (1939) Hoppy poses as an Eastern city-slicker in order to uncover the truth behind a pair of murders. Glenn Strange (Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein) plays a bouncer.
LAW OF THE PAMPAS (1939) En route to deliver cattle in Argentina, Hoppy gets mixed up with some killers. Popular Charlie Chan star Sidney Toler is the bad guy.
HIDDEN GOLD (1940) A gang of outlaws has been robbing stagecoaches of their gold shipments, and its up to Hoppy to try and stop them. Minor Watson (Yankee Doodle Dandy) is the main henchman.
BORDER PATROL (1943) Hoppy tries to stop a gang thats smuggling Mexicans into the U.S. and turning them into slaves at a silver mine. The amazing supporting cast includes George (Superman) Reeves as one of the Mexican slaves, Duncan (The Cisco Kid) Renaldo as a border patrol officer, and young Robert Mitchum as a henchman!
TEXAS MASQUERADE (1944) Hoppy goes undercover as a Boston lawyer (!) to save some naive ranchers from a group of unscrupulous businessmen who are after underground oil. Silent comic Snub Pollard plays a saloon waiter.
Interview With Grace Boyd A rare and revealing interview with William Boyds widow, former actress Grace Bradley.
Cowboy Commercials A rare roundup of TV commercials starring some of the greatest Western stars ever, including John Wayne, Roy Rogers, and even Gary Cooper!
(Approx. 8 hrs)
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I'm a big Hoppy fan, so this is a welcome addition to my library. Not as well-restored as the multi-volume set, but with some titles not available elsewhere.Published 14 months ago by Eric O. Allstrom
Dialog was totally unintelligible. Picture was so out of focus and spliced too many times to count. you couldn't tell what was going on half of it. Total waste of Time and money. Read morePublished on March 31, 2014 by Sandy Tuton
Hopalong does it again and again. If you want to relive the past in the picture show on Saturdays, this is one to buy.Published on May 9, 2013 by Wendell F. Wentz