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Lone Ranger

arch foe of criminals in early west. [Radio: “The Lone Ranger” in Buxton, 143–144; Comics: Horn, 460; TV: Terrace, II, 34–35]

Lone Ranger

masked crime fighter hides true identity. [Radio: Buxton, 143–144; Comics: Horn, 460; TV: Terrace, II, 34–35]
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THERE'S chaos in Cardiff city centre's St Mary Street as thousands of people turn out to get a glimpse of The Lone Ranger, Clayton Moore, during a visit to James Howells department store in August 1958.
The Lone Ranger has endured as an iconic figure in American popular culture, from his 1933 premier as a radio serial hero through a highly-rated television series (1949-1957) to a 2013 feature film.
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Many of you will remember the Lone Ranger, the fictional masked cowboy who fought outlaws in the US with his Native American friend Tonto.
Q Please can you confirm that I saw The Lone Ranger, Clayton Moore, at the Lewis's store on Argyle Street, Glasgow, in the 1950s?
What began as a Halloween costume inspired by the Lone Ranger became a bona fide persona known to everyone who lives in Iqaluit and most people who visit.
Lone Ranger rides in to traffic chaos, railway posters prove too steamy, boy's tunnel walk terror and much more made the news 56 years ago this week Thousands jam Cardiff for the Lone Ranger THE Lone Ranger, Clayton Moore, the television cowboy who always wears a black mask, caused chaos in Cardiff this afternoon.
Moore, who died in 1999, played the masked lawman on the ABC television series ''The Lone Ranger'' from 1949 to 1957.

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