California is framed for murder when his clothes are stolen while he's swimming.
A visit to Buckboard Flats, where the played out Curtis mine is suddenly of great interest to an unknown badman. Who is it?
Join Hopalong Cassidy (William Boyd), his white horse Topper, and sidekick California Carlson (Andy Clyde) in exciting radio tales of action, suspense, raw shooting, and quick courage. Listen and learn why, more than a half century later, Boyd's portrayal and infectious laugh still attract fans who rank him as one of the greatest Western heroes of the last century.
For decades a popular hero of novels, short stories, and movies, Hopalong Cassidy became a seemingly overnight entertainment phenomenon when he burst in to the new medium of television in 1949. Shortly thereafter, he moseyed over to his very own radio series. William Boyd stars as Hoppy in this collection, riding out from the Bar 20 astride his trusty horse Topper in 20 digitally restored and remastered episodes
soft-spoken paragon of virtue on the range, Hopalong Cassidy brought law, order, and justice to the frontier. He was a model of integrity, courage, hard work, tolerance, patriotism, chivalry, and good-natured decency - and he attempted to instill these values in his young listeners - all while delivering action-packed entertainment. Cassidy, the creation of Clarence E. Mulford, who dreamed of the West he had never visited, was brought to life by former silent-movie matinee idol William Boyd.
A $10,000 diamond ring and a prima dona add up to murder and a frame for California.
Hoppy helps a doctor tend to a cowboy who's been shot in the midst of warfare between two rival gangs.
An elderly sheriff and his young assistant are a study of contrasts.
The announcer says, "The ring of the silver spurs heralds the most amazin' man ever to ride the prairies of the early West," and you're swept away to dangerous days on the wild frontier. But you're in good hands with straight-shooter Hopalong Cassidy (played by William Boyd) and his comical sidekick, California Carlson.
The legend of Massacre Canyon: Is it really haunted?
A large amount of cash invariably leads to a robbery and an attempted bar-room suicide.
Religious fanatics took a vow never to let anyone invade Lost Canyon, and it has been sealed up for 20 years. Are they responsible for the recent murder of a man who ventured there? And, is Hoppy in danger now that he has the map to this cursed canyon?
Johnny Gates is about to be hanged, accused of being "The Panamint Kid".
Branch Patterson is running for sheriff, but Hoppy suspects the former sheriff has met with foul play.