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Hopalong Cassidy rode the radio air waves from 1950 to 1952. His popularity grew and grew, every time his show was heard. These radio shows, together with his movies and television shows helped make him one of the all-time most popular heroes of western fiction and cinema. His popularity continues to grow each year, as generations new and old delight in the classic tales of this American hero.

Here you will find a radio log based on a list of Hopalong Cassidy radio shows.

This radio log gives away solutions in its descriptions of plots. Each show is numbered and also provides a date which is taken to indicate the day the program was taped. It's likely dates for Shows 7 and 29 are off by a year.

To view a show description, click on a Title below.

Hopalong Cassidy Radio Shows
A Jailer Named Satan (1950)
A Shot In The Dark (1950)
An Old Spanish Custom (1949)
Apaches Don't Need Guns (1950)
Bad Medicine At Rimrock (1950)
Bandit of Blackton Bend (1950)
Bandits of Ridge Creek (1948)
Bayou Drums Mean Death (1950)
Black Grass Fever (1950)
Blood Money (1949)
Border of Nowhere (1948)
Boss of Vinegar Bend (1950)
Buckshot Badman (1950)
Bullets for Ballots (1948)
Bullfight (1951)
California or Bust (1951)
Case of The Last Word (1950)
Cleanup of Caribou Mesa (1951)
Coltsville Territory (1948)
Coming Attraction Murder (1950)
Cowtown Troubleshooters (1951)
Coyote's Creed (1948)
Danger Wears Two Faces (1951)
Dead Man's Hand (1948)
Dead or Alive (1949)
Death Comes Invited (1951)
Death Crosses the River (1950)
Death Paints A Picture (1948)
Death Runs Dry (1949)
Devil and El Diablo (1951)
Empty Saddle (1948)
Flying Outlaw (1948)
Four to Go (1949)
Gambler's Luck (1951)
Green Valley Payoff (1948)
Gunfighter in Short Pants (1950)
Gunhawk Convention (1950)
Gunsmoke Rides The Stagecoach Trail (1949)
Hook, Line & Murder (1950)
Hoppy and the Iron Horse (1949)
Hoppy and the Schoolmarm (1949)
Hoppy Elects A Sheriff (1950)
Hoppy Meets His Match (1950)
Hoppy Plays A Hunch (1950)
Hoppy Sees Red (1949)
Hoppy Settles A Debt (1949)
Hoppy Takes A Chance (1948)
Hoppy Takes The Bull By The Horns (1949)
Hoppy Turns On The Heat (1949)
Junior Badman (1951)
Kidnapper's Trail (1950)
Killers of Lion Canyon (1951)
Killers of Sandy Gulch (1948)
Land of the Gunhawks (1950)
Lawyer of Laredo (1951)
Letter From The Grave (1948)
Man In The Yellow Mask (1950)
Man Who Made Willy Whirl (1948)
Melody of Murder (1949)
Memory of Mace Melot (1951)
Murder on the Trail (1948)
Mystery at the Diamond Z (1949)
Mystery at Three Oaks (1949)
Mystery of Skull Valley (1948)
Peril at Pier 19 (1950)
Phantom Bandido (1948)
Plague of Parson's Folly (1949)
Rainmaker of Eagle Nest Mountain (1948)
Range War (1948)
Red Death (1948)
Red Rock Mesa (1948)
Renegades of San Rafael (1948)
Right Rope - Wrong Neck (1951)
Run, Sheep, Run (1950)
Santa Claus Rustlers (1950)
Secret in the Hill (1951)
Secret of Martin Dune (1949)
Six Little Men Who Were Green (1950)
Songbird of Santa Fe (1950)
Spider Woman (1951)
Stagecoach West (1950)
Stampede at Semple Crossing (1951)
Sundown Kid (1949)
Ten Strike Gold (1948)
The Cold Country (1950)
The Devil's Drum (1950)
The Disappearing Deputy (1949)
The Failure (1948)
The Frightened Town (1950)
The Golden Lure (1949)
The Killer in Black (1950)
The King of Cinnabar (1949)
The King of Spades (1949)
The Medicine Man (1948)
The Phantom Panther (1950)
The Red Terror (1949)
The Shell Game (1949)
The Unwilling Outlaw (1950)
The Wastrels of Juarez (1951)
The Whistling Ghost (1949)
Tinker's Dam (1949)
Voice of the Dead (1948)
Wet Beef & Dry Bones (1950)
Women of Windy Ridge (1951)

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Hoppy Sees Red
IN BRIEF: There's gloom in the Bar-20 cook shack. California (first appearance of Joe DuVal in the role) is fit to be tied. The new cook, Clem Hodgkins, has walked out, leaving him to take care of a high pile of dirty pans. Clem, who's keen on a young lady, Emmy, wants his own spread. He's vague about how he will get the money. He has a small gold claim, but he won't work it. Hoppy is afraid Clem will take the wrong trail to riches. Emmy urges him to prospect, like their friend Earl, who's taking out $3,000 a month. Meanwhile, Jake Miller, who runs the Wells Fargo office, tells Hoppy he's afraid the line will be cut out because of a series of robberies. Will Tudor takes the stage out, carrying the latest shipment of dust. Clem, in Sarah's general store, volunteers to deliver groceries to a remote ranch for her. The stage is held up. Sarah's spring wagon and horses come back -- without Clem. The sheriff goes after Clem. Hoppy says there was no gold on the stage -- he persuaded Tudor not to ship it. The sheriff finds some dust, however, at Clem's cabin and arrests him. Clem says a snake spooked the horses and the wagon ran away. Tudor, describing the holdup, says the robber wore a blue handkerchief over his face. A dusty brown spring wagon was hidden nearby. But the wagon was red, claims Hoppy, pointing out the window. It turns out the driver was in cahoots with Earl to frame Clem; Earl's claim went dry, but he was taking dust out of Clem's vein. Clem says he'd hoped to earn the reward for capturing the robber to stake his new ranch. (Hoppy had sent a note by way of California to Sarah to paint one side of the wagon red, to trick Tudor into squealing.) (Swart)

Starring: William Boyd & Joe DuVal Release Date: January 31, 1949
RunningTime: 30 Minutes Available on Audio Cassette:
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