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Julie's husband has been murdered and land agents want her to sign away her property rights. Hoppy warns against this but she does so anyway. It looks as though she will be unable to deliver the timber called for in her agreement. Hoppy has to make the lumber deal happened and solve the murder. Written by
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This is one of the better Hopalong Cassidy movies. The plot, concerning the usual unscrupulous varmints, is served well by the lumber industry setting. Not your usual plot for a B-movie Western. Also contains better-than-average dialogue for the genre, plus the usual action scenes.
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