Hopalong Cassidy (1952–1954)
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Borrowed Trouble 

Approved | | Western | Episode aired 1952
After schoolteacher Abbott breaks the windows in Mawson's saloon because it is too near the school, Dink Davis' henchmen hold her hostage in Mawson's cabin to frame Mawson as means to remove him as a competitor.

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Hopalong Cassidy (archive footage)
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Lucky Jenkins (archive footage)
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California Carlson (archive footage)
Anne O'Neal ...
Miss Lucy Abbott (archive footage)
John Parrish ...
Steve Mawson (archive footage)
Cliff Clark ...
Dink Davis (archive footage)
Helen Chapman ...
Lola Blair (archive footage)
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Sheriff (archive footage)
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Groves (archive footage)
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Cabin Guard (archive footage)
James Harrison ...
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After schoolteacher Abbott breaks the windows in Mawson's saloon because it is too near the school, Dink Davis' henchmen hold her hostage in Mawson's cabin to frame Mawson as means to remove him as a competitor.

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1952 (USA)  »

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(Western Electric Wide Range System)

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1 of only 12 episodes, of a total of 52, in which Rand Brooks and Andy Clyde appear as sidekicks "Lucky" and "California". See more »

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Hopalong Cassidy: In the meantime, I'm going to hang around until someone can remember where they misplaced that school teacher.
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Edited from Borrowed Trouble (1948) See more »

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Saloons and Schools
25 April 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Being one of the earliest television shows ever made, it's typical of it's era. Hopalong is trying to figure out who knocked out the windows in the saloon, then he's trying to figure out who abducted the school teacher.

The whole thing starts because the school teacher is upset that a saloon is open so close tot he school. She threatens that until the saloon is moved, she will continue throwing apples. But then she doesn't show up for school the next day and Hopalong Cassidy just assumes...

Lots of the dramatic music in this episode along with some pretty cheesy shooting, but that's what makes this such a classic! There is a surprise twist at the end that actually changes the perspective different.

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