[Starring] William Boyd as Hopalong Cassidy
When gold disappears from a mine owned by two partners, one of them is suspected of robbing the other; Hopalong is called in as a special investigator and after a thrilling fight rounds up the villain and his gang.
The famous French film directed by Julien Duvivier, with Michel Simon and Viviane Romance.
The film is a brilliant example of French production and the final sequence where an innocent man is chased by the crowd is particularly outstanding.
(With English sub-titles)
Adapted and produced by Henry Caldwell
Music by Johann Strauss
English book by Austin Melford and Rudolf Bernauer
Lyrics by Sam Heppner
[Starring] Jack Buchanan
Conductor, Eric Robinson
The scene opens in Vienna in the comparative tranquillity of the Eisenstein residence. Complications arise at the ball in Prince Orlofsky's palace, but these are happily disposed of later - in the town gaol!
The general gaiety is interrupted for five-minute entr'actes before and after the ball.
(Peter Graves appears by permission of Herbert Wilcox; Howell Glynne, of the General Administrator of Covent Garden Opera Trust; Marion Studholme and Charles Mackerras appear by permission of the Governors of Sadler's Wells; Isabel Bigley is appearing in "Oklahoma!")
English book by:
English book by:
Rosalinda von Eisenstein:
Gabriel von Eisenstein:
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