Hoppy's Holiday (1947)





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Hoppy's Holiday was typical of the leisurely late-1940s entries in the long-running "Hopalong Cassidy" series. There's plenty of talk but very little action when Hoppy (William Boyd) and his pals California (Andy Clyde) and Lucky (Rand Brooks) take a well-deserved vacation. The boys are shaken out of their ennui by a bank robbery committed by a "progressive" criminal gang. The crooks make their getaway by utilizing a newfangled horseless carriage, enabling them to leave their pursuers eating dust. With Hoppy on the job, the bad guys don't get to utlize their new technology more than once. Hoppy's Holiday was coscripted by actress Ellen Corby, later to gain TV fame as Grandma on The Waltons.
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United Artists


William Boyd
as Hopalong Cassidy
William "Hopalong" Boyd
as Hopalong Cassidy
Andy Clyde
as California Carlson
Rand Brooks
as Lucky Jenkins
Mary Ware
as Gloria
Andrew Tombes
as Mayor Patton
Donald Kirke
as Sheriff
Leonard Penn
as Danning
Ben Corbett
as Man at Dance
Rube Dalroy
as Man at Dance
Glen Walters
as Tall Lady at Dance
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