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The Lone Ranger 1956

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The West becomes wild when a greedy rancher stirs up trouble with a local Native American tribe. As the threat of war grows, it's up to the Masked Man and his faithful companion, Tonto, to keep the peace.

Starring:
Clayton Moore, Jay Silverheels
Runtime:
1 hour, 26 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Western, Adventure
Director Stuart Heisler
Starring Clayton Moore, Jay Silverheels
Supporting actors Lyle Bettger, Bonita Granville, Perry Lopez, Robert J. Wilke, John Pickard, Beverly Washburn, Michael Ansara, Frank DeKova, Charles Meredith, Mickey Simpson, Zon Murray, Lane Chandler, Malcolm Atterbury, Emile Avery, Edward Colmans, Robert Filmer, Al Haskell, Fred Kelsey
Studio Apex Films Corp.
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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By David Blake on December 19, 2003
Format: DVD
This is a suberb boxset, containing 19 of the later (1956/57), colour, episodes from this classic series.
If you've a hankering to invest in some Lone Ranger shows for your collection - this is one for you. Great care has been taken in the packaging, in the DVD menu structure and, most importantly, in the remastering.
I couldn't believe how clear the picture was. The Lone Ranger and Tonto appear in razor-sharp clarity. And the location shots at Corriganville are superb. Just look at the snow-capped mountains on the horizon; and you'll wish ALL the Lone Ranger episodes had been filmed in colour.
The episodes included in this package are:
1. The wooden rifle
2. Sheriff of Smoke Tree
3. Counterfeit mask
4. No handicap
5. The Cross of Santo Domingo
6. White Hawk's decision
7. The return of Don Pedro O'Sullivan
8. Quicksand
9. Quarter horse war
10. The letter bride
11. Hot spell in Panamint
12. The twisted track
13. Decision for Chris McKeever
14. Trouble at Tylerville
15. Christmas story
16. Ghost Canyon
17. Outlaw masquerade
18. The avenger
19. The courage of Tonto
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Without any knowledge of what this DVD 2 pack contained, I bought it based on my love of Clayton Moore and the Lone Ranger! I was completely surprised by the quality of the film print! This film looks better than many of the feature films today. It is prestine. The trailers, interviews with Dawn Moore and Michael Ansara and photo gallery were the iceing on the cake. This was Clayton Moore's favorite LONE RANGER feature film and rightfully so. This film should have been re-released to the theaters instead of making the forgetable film of the late 1970's and Moore never should have been in a legal battle over the mask he, and only he, deserved to wear. Rick Goldschmidt (Author of THE MAKING OF A RANKIN/BASS HOLIDAY CLASSIC: RUDOLPH THE RED-NOSED REINDEER)
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VCI Entertainment and Warner Bros. present the first big screen full length in color "The Lone Ranger" (1956)(Special Edition) (digitally remastered in Dolby), long running Lone Ranger series on radio and then turned out in the early '40s in the movies...it's all new and in Warnercolor the west's greatest hero...the story line is excellent with outstanding action scenes and production with over hours worth of entertainment.... the Ranger and Tonto must overt an all out Indian War and stop the rancher Reece Kilgore from taking over Indian Lands...will the Lone Ranger come up with disguises to get in with the gang of local villians...can we count on the Masked Rider and his faithful Indian Companion to right all the wrongs across the plains...respect for the Native American and the diginity they have earned is displayed throughtout the story and film...watch the scene in which the Ranger bestows upon Red Hawk the Indian Chief, is very touching...we all know very well that Tonto and the Ranger are very good friends and saddle partners...Clayton Moore once stated he loved Jay Silverheels like a Brother...and that my friends is a real hero!

Under director Stuart Hiesler, producers Jack Wrather and Willis Goldbeck, screenplay by Herb Meadow and George W. Trendle...the cast include Clayton Moore (Lone Ranger), Jay Silverheels (Tonto), Silver (Lone Ranger's horse), Scout (Tonto's horse, Lyle Bettger (Reece Kilgore), Bonita Granville (Welcome Kilgore), Perry Lopez (Pete Ramirez), Michael Ansara (Angry Horse), Robert J. Wilke (Cassidy (Kilgore's foreman), Frank DeKova (Chief Red Hawk), John Pickard (Sheriff Sam Kimberley), Beverly Washburn (Lila Kilgore), Lane Chandler (Chip Walker), Kermit Maynard (Rev. Purdy )...the Masked Man rides to new heights of excitement...
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Rhino Home Video was given the nod for another installment of the leading Western hero known as the Masked Man "The Lone Ranger", featuring Clayton Moore and Jay Silverheels as Tonto...our Masked hero on his white horse (Silver) and his faithful Indian companion Tonto rode (Scout)into our lives and we've never been the same since...our children and grandchildren will enjoy this clean wholesome fun...when the good guys always won, good guys hat never fell off in a fist-fight and the moral to the story was fair-play.

Who ever thought back in 1931 a small Detroit radio station two men John Kunsky and George W. Trendle would be the start of our hero...later Trendle asked writer Fran Striker to develop a character that was sort of a Robin Hood and Zorro, thus The Lone Ranger was born and the very first broadcast January 31, 1933, America came to love and embrace this legendary lawman...then in 1949 Moore and Silverheels worked together in a film called "The Cowboy and the Indians", this was just the beginning of a long working friendship between to wonderful actors and human beings.

Every week in front of the tube the announcer would open with..."A fiery horse with the speed of light, a cloud of dust and a hearty Hi-Yo Silver! The Lone Ranger"...then the Masked Man would ride in and we would hear..."With his faithful Indian companion, Tonto, the daring and resourceful Masked Rider of the plains led the fight for law and order in the early West! Return with us now to those thrilling days of yesteryear! The Lone Ranger rides again"...we would sit glued to the TV and ride those dusty trails with our hero with plenty of action coming our way...so tighten up those cinches and get ready to ride.

All 19 episodes were beautifully remastered in color and restored...
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