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

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Hook, Line & Murder
IN BRIEF: Hoppy and California are enjoying a fishing vacation on the Big Chama River in New Mexico. They've bought a canoe from the Navajos and are looking for a likely spot to catch trout. "Hot diggety, trout look out. Did you hear that, Hoppy? I'm a poet," cackles California. Whitey Black, who has a 1000-acre ranch, says he's looking for his partner Andy Silman, who's been gone for two days, fishing. California's line snags the body; Silman's been shot. In town, Hoppy meets Miss Gladys, a bargirl at the saloon, and Jack Queen, owner of a neighboring ranch. Hoppy braces Queen for his ill-treatment of Gladys. Later, Queen makes a new offer to Black for his ranch, then knocks him down when he refuses. On the trail, the cowboys meet Jocelyn, who they'd met previously, under the weather, at the saloon. He's been shot, and utters something about "Queen, gold," then dies. The clues point to Queen, but Hoppy is doubtful. Jocelyn was a geologist working for Queen. At first it seemed there was gold on Black's ranch; then it turned out there wasn't. Black was the murderer, in partnership with Gladys. The ranch had value in its lumber, useful to a railroad coming through. Black gives himself away by giving Andy's rod to California; it should have been lost in the woods. Queen apologizes to Hoppy for his belligerence. California smokes a cigar Black gave him, and chokes, "Hoppy, I think I'm gonna die."

Starring: William Boyd & Andy Clyde Release Date: September 20, 1950
RunningTime: 30 Minutes Available on Audio Cassette:
AC-002
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