Hopalong Cassidy

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NBC (ended 1954)

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Hopalong Cassidy

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The first significant Western to appear on network television was The Hopalong Cassidy Show, which began in 1949. It starred movie-cowboy legend William Boyd as Hopalong, a character he had played in sixty-six movies between 1935 and 1948. In the Hopalong Cassidy Show on television, Hoppy was still owner of the Bar 20 Ranch and had a sidekick, Red Connors, who was the perfect foil for Cassidy, who, unlike most cowboys heroes, dressed all in black and, with snow-white hair, cut quite a fugure atop his horse Topper. William Boyd died September 12, 1972; Edgar Buchanan died April 4, 1979.
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  • The Best Western Tv Show

    8.0
    Here he Comes Hopalong Cassidy were the words spoken every episode of hopalong Cassidy. A show geered twoards children in the 50s the show was based of the top selling movie sreies that entertained Rural and big city audicences alike the 12 films that cassidy made from 1935 and 1948 was such a big hit that a show was made. William Boyd played the title Role in the both the Tv Sreies and string of twelve films. Edgar Buchanan of the petticoat junction fame play his Side Kick Red Connors. as they went everywhere in the old west solving crimes.moreless
  • This was a classic TV Western series.

    8.1
    Hopalong Cassidy was and one of the first and best westerns to ever appear on television. Even beyond that, it is one of the better shows on television period. The writing was so good that it still holds up to today's standards. The regular cast was outstanding. The guest starts were absolutely fantastic. In this time period of television many famous actors would make appearances on great television shows such as this. Then there were the up and coming actors that would go on to become huge stars and used this as a springboard of sorts. All in all a great show that can still be watched today without missing a beat.moreless

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