Range War (1939)





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Range War was the 22nd entry in the durable "Hopalong Cassidy" western series. William Boyd and Russell Hayden return as Hoppy and Lucky, while Britt Wood handles the comic-sidekick duties normally assigned to Gabby Hayes. In this outing, land baron Buck Collins (Willard Robertson) receives advance word that the railroad plans to build in the territory. Realizing that the laying of rails will cut him out of the heavy tolls he's been charging those who ride through his spread, Collins begins cooking up methods to sabotage the railroad. But with Hoppy and Lucky slapping leather on behalf of the good guys, Collins is doomed from the start. Like most of the "Cassidy" entries of the 1930s, Range War is exceptionally well cast, with silent film star Matt Moore as railroad magnate Jim Marlow and Pedro de Cordoba as saintly Padre Jose, among many others.
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William Boyd
as Hopalong Cassidy
William "Hopalong" Boyd
as Hopalong Cassidy
Betty Moran
as Ellen Moran
Glenn Strange
as Sheriff
Pedro de Cordoba
as Padre Jose
Britt Wood
as Speedy MacGinnis
Kenneth Harlan
as Charles Higgins
Don Latorre
as Felipe
Earle Hodgins
as Deputy Sheriff
Earl Hodgins
as Deputy Sheriff
Stanley Price
as Agitator
Francis McDonald
as Dave Morgan
Eddie Dean
as Henchman Pete
George Chesebro
as Henchman
Ray Bennett
as Henchman Stokey
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