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📙 Coltsville Territory by Hopalong Cassidy, narrator none


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Hopalong Cassidy was already a hit on television when Mutual Broadcasting began airing the radio version. A short time later, it moved to CBS, where it aired until 1952. Set on the Bar-20 Ranch, the show featured the adventures of "Hoppy" (played by William Boyd), his white horse, Topper, and his grubby old pal California Carlson (Andy Clyde). This episode originally aired on January 15, 1950. Round 'em up: listen to more episodes of Hopalong Cassidy. © and (P)2006 Radio Spirits Inc.

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