Hopalong Cassidy

Follow
NBC (ended 1954)

USER EDITOR

mrdivot

 

7.2
User Rating
18 votes

SHOW REVIEWS
By TV.com Users

Write A Review
Hopalong Cassidy

Show Summary

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.
William Boyd

William Boyd

Bill "Hopalong" Cassidy

Edgar Buchanan

Edgar Buchanan

Red Connors

George Wallace

George Wallace

Sam Chapman / Jim Forrester

Emerson Treacy

Emerson Treacy

Guest Star

Virginia Belmont

Virginia Belmont

Guest Star

Friday
No results found.
Saturday
No results found.
Sunday
No results found.