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In Old Mexico (1938)

Passed  -  Action | Adventure | Western  -  9 September 1938 (USA)
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Escaped criminal "The Fox" hates Hoppy and a Rurales colonel for imprisoning him and lures Cassidy to Mexico in order to exact his vengeance.

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Windy Halliday (as George Hayes)
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Paul Sutton ...
Al Ernest Garcia ...
Don Carlos Gonzales (as Allen Garcia)
Jan Clayton ...
Anita Gonzales (as Jane Clayton)
Trevor Bardette ...
Rurales Colonel Gonzales
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Janet Leeds
Anna Demetrio ...
Elena
Glenn Strange ...
Henchman Burke
Tony Roux ...
Pancho
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Some years before, a vicious criminal and master of disguise known as 'The Fox' is captured by Rurales Colonel Gonzalez and Hoppy working undercover. When 'The Fox' escapes from prison, he vows to exact vengeance from the two lawmen. He lures Cassidy south of the border with a forged letter from Gonzalez's father and murders Gonzalez in cold blood. Aiding 'The Fox' in his plans is his sister Janet, to whom the chivalrous Hoppy finds himself attracted. Written by Gabe Taverney (duke1029@aol.com)

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9 September 1938 (USA)  »

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Return of the Fox  »

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The twentieth of sixty-six Hopalong Cassidy movies. See more »

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Rurales Colonel Gonzales: [being held by the Fox under gunpoint] Los Mexicanos - my people - have a saying, Senor - every man he die sometime - what difference does it make when... or where... or how? Get it over with, Senor.
[the Fox shoots him]
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Follows Bar 20 Rides Again (1935) See more »

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Muchachita
Lyrics and Music by Aaron González
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Sequel to 1937's Borderland
5 November 2005 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

"The Fox" (Paul Sutton) is out for revenge and lures Hoppy across the border via a letter from an old friend into Mexico. Hoppy finds that his friend has been murdered and had left a partial message written in the sand, "Zorro", Spanish for Fox. Hoppy, who had captured "The Fox" in "Borderland", whilst working undercover for both the U.S. and Mexican governments; the Fox had been leading raids on both sides of the border.

Morris Ankrum aka Stephen Morris played "The Fox" in "Borderland". Paul Sutton does a fine job as "The Fox"; but for the sake of continuity I would have preferred Morris Ankrum in the role.

This one is a little more violent than the majority of "Hoppy" pictures but not unnecessarily so, it also has the benefit of a good plot and the story moves along nicely; and "Hoppy", "Lucky" (Russell Hayden) and "Windy" (George "Gabby" Hayes) are in fine form as are the rest of the cast. Highly recommended. See Borderland first, if you can.


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