Lone Ranger, The

Lone Ranger, The

masked hero of the Wild West. [TV: Terrace, II, 34–35; Radio: Buxton, 143–144]
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After discussion of the history of the 19th-century Texas Rangers, he discusses the radio history of the Lone Ranger beginning in the 1930s; the 1938 and 1939 serials The Lone Ranger and The Lone Ranger Rides Again, with information on cast, credits, and each chapter of the serials; the television series, with information on credits, cast, and each episode; the films The Lone Ranger, The Lone Ranger and the Lost City of Gold, The Legend of the Lone Ranger and 2013AEs The Lone Ranger, including cast, credits, and plot summaries; and the animated cartoons, including art and animation credits and lists of episodes.
Many of you will remember the Lone Ranger, the fictional masked cowboy who fought outlaws in the US with his Native American friend Tonto.
That's the overall lesson to be gleaned from The Lone Ranger, the latest teaming of Johnny Depp and director Gore Verbinski after Pirates of the Caribbean and, more significantly, Rango.
Due to the popularity of the radio show, The Lone Ranger, the character was made the star of a run of film serials in 1938 entitled, The Lone Ranger, and then again in 1939 with The Lone Ranger Rides Again (Lawrence, 2005, p.
He also blends his own memories with information about radio's great performers and programs in his lecture ``Raised on Radio - In Quest of the Lone Ranger, the Shadow and Other Lost Heroes From Radio's Heydey - With Gerald Nachman.
They will include classic television programming from Abbott & Costello, Dean Martin & Jerry Lewis, The Lone Ranger, The Red Skelton Show, Dragnet and The Lucy Show.