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The Lone Ranger (1949)

The Lone Ranger (1949)


A fiery horse with the speed of light. A cloud of dust and a hearty "Hi-Yo Silver!" The Lone Ranger!

Who was that masked man? It was the Lone Ranger (Clayton Moore) and his trusty Native American sidekick Tonto (Jay Silverheels) who fought outlaws and injustice in the old west from 1949 to 1957. Moore played the role every year except for one when he was replaced by John Hart in a contract dispute for the 1952-53 season. The show was the first western to air on television on a regular basis. Hi-yo Silver! Away!
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Episode Info

Final: 5x39 -- Outlaws in Grease Paint (Jun/06/1957)



Cast
Clayton MooreClayton Moore
As John Reid / The Lone Ranger
John Hart (1)John Hart (1)
As John Reid / The Lone Ranger (1952-53)
Jay SilverheelsJay Silverheels
As Tonto
Chuck CourtneyChuck Courtney
As Dan Reid
Gerald MohrGerald Mohr
voiced Narrator (Season 1)
Fred FoyFred Foy
voiced Narrator (Season 2+)
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Recaps
5x22: A Message from Abe recap: The Lone Ranger and Tonto are riding near the town of Glens Springs and see a poster advertising Lincoln's Birthday. The poster mentions that Phil Beach will be giving the Gettysburg Address and the two men remember Beach as an outlaw who went to prison and was released after paying for his crimes. Now Phil has married and is living on the right side of the law. The Lone Ranger decides to look Phil up and make sure that he is still following the straight and narrow... read more.

1x4: Legion of Old Timers recap: Until his death, Sam Kittridge owned owns the Circle K Ranch in Mesa County. Banty Bishop, his foreman, has been working the ranch with Sam for forty years and now has to deal with Sam's inexperienced son Bob from back east. As Banty takes a wagon into town to pick Bob up at the stagecoach station, three masked outlaws men who want the ranch ambush him on the road. When Banty tries without success to draw his gun, one of the outlaws shoots the gun out of his hand and Banty has no choice but to surrender... read more.

1x3: The Lone Ranger's Triumph recap: The Lone Ranger sees the rest of Cavendish's gang riding down the trail and rides off. Sheriff Taylor opens fire on the gang while Cavendish has his men throw themselves at Taylor, knocking him to the ground. Cavendish takes Taylor's gun and calls his gang in. The gang confirms that they saw the Ranger ride up into the draw and Cavendish tells them to go after the masked man while he watches their prisoners... read more.

1x2: The Lone Ranger Fights On recap: As the Lone Ranger scrambles for a foothold, Vince Collins prepares to drop a rock on him. However, the crooked guide slips and falls to his death. The Ranger secures his grip and waves to Tonto, and then climbs down to the canyon floor. The two men confirm that Collins is dead and although the Ranger points out that every death is to be regretted, Tonto notes that now the Ranger's secret is safe. Tonto digs a grave for the guide while the Ranger gets Scout ready for travel... read more.

1x1: Enter the Lone Ranger recap: In the Southwest territories, the settlers not only have to contend with a hard life and dangerous conditions, but criminals of all stripes. To bring law to a lawless land, the Texas Rangers were created... read more.
Recurring Guests

Phil Tead as Wesson's Clerk (8 eps)
Nan Leslie as Unknown (8 eps)
Denver Pyle as Deputy Allen (6 eps)
Francis McDonald as Wade Tanner (5 eps)
Ray Teal as Dooley (4 eps)
Douglas Kennedy as Curley Bates (4 eps)
Peter Hansen (1) as Marshal Jim (4 eps)
Phyllis Coates as Ann Wyman (3 eps)
John Daheim as Rick (3 eps)
Gail Davis as Edie Foster (3 eps)

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Classification: Scripted
Genre: Action | Adventure | Drama
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: ABC ( USA)
Airs: Thursdays at 07:30 pm
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: September 15, 1949
Ended: September 12, 1957
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