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Lost Canyon (1943)

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A virtual remake of Rustlers' Valley (1937), this average "Hopalong Cassidy" Western features Jay Kirby as Johnny Travers, a Hoppy associate framed for a bank robbery and supposedly killed during the ensuing chase. Johnny, however, to Hoppy and California Carlson's (Andy Clyde) great relief, proves to be very much alive but the accusation of robbery still stands. Hoppy, meanwhile, smells a rat when the local lawyer, Jeff Burton (Douglas Fowley), suddenly becomes very protective of his fiancà (C)e, Laura Clark (Lola Lane), whose ranch he desires. But why, when the price of beef is down, are Burton and the local banker, Zack Rogers (Guy Usher), so determined to buy up all the neighborhood ranches? In between the mayhem, The Sportsmen Quartette twice performs Joseph J. Lilley and Frank Loesser's melodious "Jingle, Jangle, Jingle". Contrary to popular belief, Lost Canyon was released by Paramount and was not part of the "Hopalong Cassidy" package sold outright to United Artists. ~ Hans J. Wollstein, Rovi

Cast

William Boyd
as Hopalong Cassidy
William "Hopalong" Boyd
as Hopalong Cassidy
Andy Clyde
as California Carlson
Jay Kirby
as Breezy Travers
Jay Kirny
as Breezy Travers
Lola Lane
as Laura
Douglas Fowley
as Jeff Burton
Guy Usher
as Rogers
Karl Hackett
as Haskell
Hugh Prosser
as Sheriff Jim Stanton
Herman Hack
as Posse Rider
George Reeves
as Presence unverified
George Morrell
as Man at Dance
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Critic Reviews for Lost Canyon

All Critics (1)

Mild little Western with a pleasant sequence at a barn dance.

Full Review… | October 2, 2014
Classic Film and Television

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