Still fighting the man who betrayed the Texas Rangers, The Lone Ranger starts with him hanging off the side of a cliff. Afterwards, he meets his white horse named Silver and decides that the only bullets he will shoot with are silver bullets.Written by
In this episode The Lone Ranger finds, and names, his horse "Silver". See more »
Collins' scream as he falls to his death is clearly dubbed by a woman. See more »
Far from civilization, in a desolate canyon of the Southwest, are the graves of a patrol of Texas Rangers; victims of an ambush laid by the infamous Cavendish gang. One grave, however, differs strangely from the other five for it contains no corpse. Now, on the canyon walls, a desperate battle is being fought. Vince Collins, a member of the Cavendish gang, fights two determined men whom he has just tried to betray. One is a masked man, the Lone Ranger, who filled the empty grave to...
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Tonto, himself a loner, swears to assist our hero. It's too bad that he couldn't have mastered the first person pronoun, but I suppose there were still those who wanted to show him as a step below our hero (Clayton Moore's character spoke beautifully). Still, Jay Silverheels has ani elegance that makes him quite remarkable. Also, think of a Native American having second billing at this historical period. We are also introduced to Silver who has been attacked a buffalo (does anyone wonder how this relatively slow moving creature could harm such a graceful horse). Silver begins to take a prominent role. We are made aware that the twosome, along with an old friend have rich mine and will never want for money necessary to do their jobs. An, once again, enter the Cavendish gang, running rampant over a town, killing all the important people. The third episode will bring us into the weekly with the Cavendish gang being the objects.
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