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Year: 1949 | 1950 | 1951 | 1952 | 1953 | 1954 | 1955 | 1956 | 1957


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Enter the Lone Ranger

15 September 1949
John Reid, the sole surviving Texas Ranger of a murderous ambush, becomes the great masked hero with his companion, Tonto.

Clayton Moore ... John Reid / The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto

Glenn Strange ... Butch Cavendish

George J. Lewis ... Vince Collins (as George Lewis)
Tristram Coffin ... Captain Reid
Jack Rube Clifford ... Jerry (as Jack Clifford)
Victor Cox ... Ranger Bill (uncredited)
Frank Fenton ... Ranger Captain (uncredited)
Kansas Moehring ... Henchman (uncredited)

Gerald Mohr ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
Carl Sepulveda ... Blackie (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: The Lone Ranger Fights On

22 September 1949
The origin of the Lone Ranger's horse Silver and his use of silver bullets is explained.

Clayton Moore ... Reid / The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto

Glenn Strange ... Butch Cavendish
Walter Sande ... Sheriff Two-Gun Taylor
George Chesebro ... Doc Drummond
Ralph Littlefield ... Jim Blaine

George J. Lewis ... Vince Collins (as George Lewis)
Jack Rube Clifford ... Jerry, Henchman (as Jack Clifford)
Victor Cox ... Henchman (uncredited)

Gerald Mohr ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: The Lone Ranger's Triumph

29 September 1949
The Lone Ranger still on the trail of Butch Cavendish and his gang sends Tonto to the town of Colby to organize a posse with the sheriff. Tonto receives no help and the suspicion is a number of people in the town are working for Cavandish. The Lone Ranger must launch a daring plan to foil the Cavendish gang's plan to take over the town of Colby.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto

Glenn Strange ... Butch Cavendish
Walter Sande ... Sheriff Two-Gun Taylor
George Chesebro ... Doc Drummond
Jack Rube Clifford ... Jerry (as Jack Clifford)
William Bailey ... Jim (uncredited)
Victor Cox ... Henchman (uncredited)
John Daheim ... 2nd Crooked Deputy (uncredited)
Al Ferguson ... Henchman (uncredited)
Milton Kibbee ... Jessup (uncredited)
Tex Lambert ... Tex Lambert (uncredited)
Cactus Mack ... Banker Keeler (uncredited)
Kansas Moehring ... Henchman (uncredited)

Gerald Mohr ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
Jack Montgomery ... Deputy Red (uncredited)
Lee Roberts ... Dep. Alex Creel (uncredited)
Sandy Sanders ... Posse Rider (uncredited)
Carl Sepulveda ... Shorty (uncredited)
Silver ... Silver (uncredited)
Sailor Vincent ... Deputy (uncredited)
Guy Wilkerson ... Corey (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: The Legion of Old Timers

6 October 1949
Bob Kittredge is being forced by Red Devers to sell the ranch he inherited from his father. The Lone Ranger and Tonto, aided by Banty Bishop and the old ranch hands rescue Kittredge, and the ranch (and jobs of the ranch hands) are restored.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Emmett Lynn ... Banty Bishop
Norman Willis ... Red Devers

DeForest Kelley ... Bob Kittredge (as De Forest Kelley)
Lane Bradford ... Jake
Sandy Sanders ... Sandy
William Fawcett ... Pete (uncredited)

Gerald Mohr ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
Hank Patterson ... Old Timer Who Doesn't Know Own Strength (uncredited)
Tom Smith ... Old-Timer (uncredited)
Sailor Vincent ... Brawling Henchman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: Rustler's Hideout

13 October 1949
The Vance family settles right in the middle of a war between the Madden gang and local ranches. Despite the hostility to Fred Vance over his past, he decides he will not be run on this parcel of land. The Lone Ranger believes in Fred's innocence, and asks him to help stop the ranchers riding into an ambush and then set a counter trap for the gang after rescuing the son of one of the ranchers being held hostage.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Harry Lauter ... Fred Vance
Joseph Crehan ... Tom Patrick

Fred Kohler Jr. ... Nolan
Dickie Jones ... Jim Patrick
Kay Morley ... Mary Vance
Stanley Blystone ... Rancher with Pipe (uncredited)
Edmund Cobb ... Sheriff Joe (uncredited)
Tex Cooper ... Posse Rider (uncredited)
Frank Fenton ... Look-out Outlaw (uncredited)

Gerald Mohr ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
Sailor Vincent ... Sam (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 6: War Horse

20 October 1949
A promoter wants to purchase the famous war horse 'Black Cloud' owned by the Chief Lame Bear. Instead of purchasing the horse the people he employs steal the animal instead, taking Lame Bear's son as hostage in the process. After the capture of Tonto, the Lone Ranger needs to use all his diplomacy and cunning as a law enforcer to stop out right war between Lame Bear's tribe and the US cavalry.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Leonard Penn ... Matt Madrigo
Jean De Briac ... Baptiste Lezotte
John Merton ... Leiutenant Bannister
Ed Cassidy ... Colonel Graves
John L. Cason ... Shorty, Henchman (as Bob Cason)
Chief Yowlachie ... Chief Lame Bear (as Chief Yolatchie)

Gerald Mohr ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
Emory Parnell ... Barlum (uncredited)
Carl Sepulveda ... Henchman (uncredited)
Silver ... Silver (uncredited)
Sailor Vincent ... Beggs (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 7: Pete and Pedro

27 October 1949
Pete and Pedro don't like working, until the Lone Ranger persuades them to help an attractive young woman save her ranch.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Sheila Ryan ... Ellen Carter

Rufe Davis ... Pete Lacy
Don Diamond ... Pedro Martinez
John Parrish ... Jeff Grant
William F. Leicester ... Bill Morgan (as Bill Lester)
Fred Graham ... Red

Gerald Mohr ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
Sandy Sanders ... Henchman (uncredited)
Silver ... Silver (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 8: The Renegades

3 November 1949
While on the trail, Tonto gets an urgent message to meet Chief Swift Eagle. The Lone Ranger continues on to a local mission to discover there are reports of Indian raids on supply trains, and any Indians found off the reservation are to be arrested and sent to Florida. Slowly the truth about the raids becomes apparent and the Lone Ranger must do all he can to save his friend Tonto and avoid an Indian War.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Gene Roth ... Sergeant Bolan
Harry Harvey ... Jim Lackey
Ralph Moody ... Chief Swift Eagle
Kenneth MacDonald ... Inspector Williams
Michael Ross ... Lieutenant Murray
Wheaton Chambers ... Father Batista
Lane Chandler ... Flynn

Gerald Mohr ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
Chuck Roberson ... Henchman at Cave (uncredited)
Silver ... Silver (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 9: The Tenderfeet

10 November 1949
A murder is pinned on two cowboys who strike it rich, until the Lone Ranger traps the real killer.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Ray Bennett ... Hardrock Jones

Rand Brooks ... Dick Larrabee

Hank Worden ... Rusty Bates
Monte Blue ... Sheriff Stanton
Ross Ford ... Bob Larrabee

Gerald Mohr ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
Silver ... Silver (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 10: High Heels

17 November 1949
The Lone Ranger and Tonto aid a short rancher who is so embarrassed by his lack of height he resorts to specially made platform shoes to add inches to his stature.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Carl von Schiller ... John St. Ives (as Jerome Sheldon)
John Berkes ... Hank (as Johnny Berkes)
Stanley Andrews ... Dave Engels
Michael Whalen ... Monk Gow
Earle Hodgins ... Storekeeper
Eric Alden ... Henchman
Roy Bucko ... Townsman (uncredited)
Tex Driscoll ... Townsman (uncredited)
Robert Kellard ... Blackie (uncredited)

Gerald Mohr ... Narrator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 11: Six Gun's Legacy

24 November 1949
A tenderfoot stage coach driver is killed then one of his murderers takes his place driving the coach. The Lone Ranger and Tonto come across the scene and realize the boy is still alive and arrange for medical care while covering up the boy is still alive. The Lone Ranger then goes on a quest to find out who the boy is and what was so important that someone would want him dead.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
James Hickman ... Emmet White / Bob Walker (as James J. Hickman)
Don Haggerty ... Curly Williams

Ian Wolfe ... Dr. Hiram Tucker
Hal Price ... Ezra Barr
Jimmie Dundee ... Dirk Slade (as Jimmy Dundee)
Chuck Roberson ... Joe (credit only)

Gerald Mohr ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
Sandy Sanders ... Henchman (uncredited)
Silver ... Silver (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 12: Return of the Convict

1 December 1949
The Lone Ranger becomes concerned when he hears a recently released prisoner, John Ames is returning to his home town threatening to take revenge on those who wrongly accused him of robbing a stage. At the town news breaks that Ames' intended victims are dead. The Lone Ranger becomes embroiled in the mystery when he's accused of aiding Ames in the murders.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
John Kellogg ... John Ames
Robert Emmett Keane ... Sim Sturgess
Steve Clark ... Sheriff Bill Hoskins
John Daheim ... Clay Gunder (as John Day)
George Lloyd ... Joe

Gerald Mohr ... Narrator (uncredited)
Chuck Roberson ... Todd Gunder (uncredited)
Silver ... Silver (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 13: Finders Keepers

8 December 1949
Nat Parker has just gotten out of prison after serving 4 years for bank robbery, and is determined to kill his two outlaw partners whom he took the rap for, and recover the $75,000 in stolen money for himself. His loving girlfriend Beata, and Father Paul, ask the Lone Ranger to help before Nat makes a grave mistake and ends up back in prison.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Carol Thurston ... Beata
Arthur Franz ... Nat Parker
Pedro de Cordoba ... King Kelvin
Keith Richards ... Vic Crowley
Francis McDonald ... Wade Tanner
David Leonard ... Father Paul

Gerald Mohr ... Narrator (uncredited)
Silver ... Silver (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 14: The Masked Rider

5 December 1949
The Lone Ranger, pretends to be a notorious outlaw known as "The Mask Rider" so he can join a gang that is holding the sheriff's fiancée hostage and save her.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto

John Doucette ... Dirk Nelson
Nan Leslie ... Nancy Barton
Edwin Rand ... Sheriff Jim Hawks (as Ed Rand)

John Alvin ... Sid
George Slocum ... Wes
Nolan Leary ... Sam Barton
Sailor Vincent ... Luke
Margarita Martín ... Mrs. Gonzalez
Whitey Hughes ... Henchman (uncredited)

Gerald Mohr ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
Silver ... Silver (uncredited)
Bill Ward ... Henchman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 15: Old Joe's Sister

22 December 1949
Joe Peter's sister visits her brother for the first time in 30 years. Only now he's being impersonated by escaped jailbird Biff Baker.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Anne O'Neal ... Abigail Peters
Joel Friedkin ... Old Joe Peters
Lester Sharpe ... Biff Baker
Wade Crosby ... Cactus Gleason

Clancy Cooper ... Sheriff

Gerald Mohr ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
Silver ... Silver (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 16: Cannonball McKay

29 December 1949
The Ranger investigates why a series of Wells Fargo robberies throughout the territory seem to have spared Boone County.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Louise Lorimer ... Cannonball McKay
Leonard Strong ... Clem Jones
Charles Meredith ... Doc Tate
Tristram Coffin ... Marshal Hanley
Ralph Peters ... Porky Wade
Mack Williams ... Jim Collins
Fred Murray ... Hash

Gerald Mohr ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
Silver ... Silver (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 17: The Man Who Came Back

5 January 1950
The Lone Ranger & Tonto visit old friend Joe Crawford at the Bar C Ranch. Instead they find two men who say Joe's sold his ranch, but won't answer any more questions. The Lone Ranger examines the bill of sale but the dates don't add up. The Ranger and Tonto suspect foul play and begin a search for answers.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto

Martha Hyer ... Molly Crawford
Emmett Lynn ... Tom Peters
Robert Carson ... Pinto Brown (as Bob Carson)
Roy Gordon ... Joe Crawford
Edgar Dearing ... Sheriff of Silver Gulch (uncredited)
Eddie Dunn ... Marshal (uncredited)

Gerald Mohr ... Narrator (uncredited)
Hugh Prosser ... Henchman (uncredited)

Robert J. Wilke ... Henchman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 18: Outlaw Town

12 January 1950
Jim Andrews holds up the Wells Fargo office and steals a specific amount of money (5,000.00). He needs the money to enter "Outlaw Town" a safe haven for outlaws who can pay the equivalent of the price on their head. The Lone Ranger decides to infiltrate the town and find out who is behind the operation. Along the way the Lone Ranger discovers Jim Andrews's real motives for his actions.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
John Eldredge ... Jack Burke
Greta Granstedt ... Edith Burke
Gene Reynolds ... Jim Andrews
Marshall Bradford ... Sheriff Wayne
Robert Kellard ... Deputy (uncredited)

Gerald Mohr ... Narrator (uncredited)
Carl Sepulveda ... Office Guard (uncredited)
Ken Terrell ... Constable (uncredited)
Bob Woodward ... Henchman George (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 19: Greed for Gold

19 January 1950
The Lone Ranger stumbles on the murder the sheriff Gilbert at the Lady Luck gold mine. Investigating the Lone Ranger finds the owner of the mine has also been killed. The Lone Ranger discovers an important clue, and uses the mine foreman, Dusty Duncan as bait to draw out the killers

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Tudor Owen ... Dusty Duncan

Kenne Duncan ... Jeff Barnes
Margaret Field ... Sally Weatherby
Lane Bradford ... Slick
Duke York ... Pete

Kermit Maynard ... Sheriff Gilbert

Season 1, Episode 20: Man of the House

26 January 1950
While on the trail of cattle rustlers, the Lone Ranger and Tonto encounter hen pecked and stay at home husband Casper Dingle. The Lone Ranger convinces Casper to come with him because the latest rustling activity involved Dingle's cattle. Along the way the Ranger gives Casper a few tips and pointers, the result of which far surpass anything ever expected of Casper.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Stanley Farrar ... Casper Dingle
Esther Somers ... Maude Dingle
Dick Curtis ... Spike Wade
Lane Chandler ... Tex
William Tannen ... Curly
John McGuire ... Lem

Season 1, Episode 21: Barnaby Boggs, Esquire

2 February 1950
The Lone Ranger use a traveling salesman Barnaby Boggs to first identify and if possible trap cattle rustler Red Kruger. Kruger recognizes the threat Boogs presents and does everything in his power to stop Boggs from seeing him. Although basically a coward Boggs goes ahead with the scheme on the promise of the reward money made by the Lone Ranger

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Hal Price ... Barnaby Boggs
Bill Kennedy ... Red Kruger
Gene Roth ... Jeb

Nelson Leigh ... Sheriff Nabors
Mike Ragan ... Curly (as Holly Bane)
Robert Kellard ... Ace (as Bob Kellard)

Season 1, Episode 22: Sheep Thieves

9 February 1950
Two young men switch clothes while on a stage coach so as to play a practical joke on the owner of one of the local sheep stations. Unbeknown to both of them they set in action a chain of events that could have dire consequences for everyone

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Chuck Courtney ... Dan Reid (as Chuck Cortney)
Jimmy Ogg ... Carlos Medrano
Pedro de Cordoba ... Jose Medrano (as Pedro de Cordova)
Russ Conway ... Jack Brandon
John Daheim ... Rick (as John Day)
Harry Cording ... Frank Lucas
Eddie Acuff ... Sheriff (uncredited)
Almira Sessions ... Maria (uncredited)
Bob Woodward ... Deputy (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 23: Jim Tyler's Past

16 February 1950
The Lone Ranger and Tonto are constantly frustrated at Blackie Kane's ability to evade them. They suspect he is getting help but are not sure who might be responsible. They realize Jim Tyler might be the man they are looking for, however as they delve deeper into the case they discover things that surprises everyone involved

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto

Rand Brooks ... Jim Tyler
Ray Bennett ... Sheriff Hank Pettigrew
House Peters Jr. ... Blackie Kane
Peter Mamakos ... Luke Barrett
Boyd Stockman ... Clint Barrett (uncredited)
Sailor Vincent ... Vince Barrett (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 24: The Man with Two Faces

23 February 1950
A strange bearded one eyed thief has been involved in a number of bank robberies. The Lone Ranger thinks he has discovered the man's pattern and waits near what he thinks will be the next town robbed. The Lone Ranger's hunch is partially correct, but the truth when it comes out is far from what anyone expects

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Earle Hodgins ... Professor Hannibal Lee
Mira McKinney ... Jessie Lee
Stanley Andrews ... Joshua Blaine
Chris Drake ... Fred Bowen
Steven Clark ... Bob Lacey

Season 1, Episode 25: Buried Treasure

2 March 1950
Flint Foster breaks from jail and heads for his brothers homestead. A cat mouse game develops when it is realized a large sum of money is hidden somewhere in the house and Flint cant find it.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
William Challee ... Flint Foster

David Bruce ... Roy Foster
Gail Davis ... Edie Foster
William Gould ... Sheriff Barnes
Robert Kellard ... Prison Guard (as Bob Kellard)

Clancy Cooper ... Sheriff (archive footage) (uncredited)
Wade Crosby ... Man Breaking Jail (archive footage) (uncredited)
Dickie Jones ... Captured Outlaw (archive footage) (uncredited)
Jack Montgomery ... Man in Jail (archive footage) (uncredited)
House Peters Jr. ... Bank Robber (archive footage) (uncredited)
Sandy Sanders ... Man Jailing Outlaw (archive footage) (uncredited)
Lester Sharpe ... Man Escaping Jail (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 26: Troubled Waters

9 March 1950
The Lone Ranger and Tonto arrive at a ranch looking for water and discover the owner is being attacked by unknown people, they have run his cattle off and poisoned his water supplies. The Lone Ranger goes on a quest to find who is behind the trouble and help the rancher get back on his feet.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Eula Morgan ... Emmy Bryson
Harry Lauter ... Dave Tucker
Richard Alexander ... Jed (as Dick Alexander)
Luther Crockett ... Sheriff
Byron Foulger ... Rufe Barton
Billy Bletcher ... Horseface Jackson (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 27: Gold Train

16 March 1950
After a shoot out during a stage coach robbery the Lone Ranger finds himself being blamed for the deaths. He begins a desperate attempt to avoid capture while trying to capture those responsible for the robbery.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Frank Fenton ... The Dude
John L. Cason ... Rawhide (as John Cason)
Billy Bletcher ... Horseface Jackson

DeForest Kelley ... Sheriff Buck McCall (as De Forest Kelly)
Erville Alderson ... Judkins
Robert Kellard ... Hank (as Bob Kellard)
Bob Woodward ... Bart
Hank Patterson ... Calico

Season 1, Episode 28: Pay Dirt

23 March 1950
Two gamblers way-lay a miner who has just struck gold in a mine he is working. Tonto and the Lone Ranger hear gunfire and go to investigate. The Ranger realizes he needs to get to town register the claim for a surviving miner as well as attempt to identify the murderers

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Emmett Lynn ... Ed Dudley
Walter Sande ... Tom McHenry

Martin Milner ... Dick McHenry
Zon Murray ... Zack Carter

George J. Lewis ... Sam Hovey (as George Lewis)

George Lynn ... Charley Wafford

Season 1, Episode 29: Billie the Great

30 March 1950
A group of bank robbers arrive in Clarkesville and tangle with a local barber 'Billie' who is a gunslinging fast drawing woman. They discover she has a large sum of money, and decide to try and rob her.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Minerva Urecal ... Billie Bannion
James Flavin ... Sam Kirk
Matt McHugh ... Joe Benson
Ward Blackburn ... Lew Slade
Steve Clark ... Rufe Watson
George Meader ... Hank
Bob Woodward ... Ben Jason

Season 1, Episode 30: Never Say Die

6 April 1950
Butch Cavendish breaks out of prison abducting the wardens son in the process. The Lone Ranger begins the task of trying to track Cavendish down in the knowledge that if he fails, the warden's son will be killed.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Joseph Crehan ... Warden Sears

Ray Teal ... Matt Dooley

Glenn Strange ... Butch Cavendish
Cecil Spooner ... Effie Newton
Marjorie Eaton ... Essie Newton
Lee Phelps ... Guard Hanley
David Holt ... Johnny Sears
Harry Hines ... Old Timer on Trail (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 31: Gold Fever

13 April 1950
Ox Martin and his gang attract the attention of the Lone Ranger, when Martin's gang intercept a mail coach carrying a claim for a gold mine owned by Sam Dingle.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Francis Ford ... Sam Dingle

John Doucette ... Ox Martin
Leonard Strong ... Pinky Nugent
Elaine Riley ... Peggy Dingle
Harold Goodwin ... Sheriff
John Butler ... John (as John A. Butler)
George Lloyd ... Stage Driver
Lee Roberts ... Messenger (uncredited)
Bob Woodward ... Henchman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 32: Death Trap

20 April 1950
The Lone Ranger comes across an abandoned stagecoach that was carrying the outlaw Knife Norton. Tonto follows some tracks to a cabin owned by Uncle Taffy, but finds no evidence of the outlaw.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Lucien Littlefield ... Uncle Taffy
Lee Shumway ... Marshal Yates

James Griffith ... Rex Craig

Kenne Duncan ... Deputy Joe Parker
Jeff York ... Knife Norton
Steven Clark ... Jimmy Parker
Kit Guard ... Henchman (uncredited)
Bob Woodward ... Townsman in White Hat (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 33: Matter of Courage

27 April 1950
The Lone Ranger is hot on the heels of two outlaws Dimple Henshaw and Toby Farrell who are trying to cross the border into Mexico.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Don Haggerty ... Dimple Henshaw
Dick Curtis ... Soapy Farrell

James Arness ... Deputy Bud Titus
Juan Duval ... Tony
Raymond Largay ... Martin Simpson
Edmund Cobb ... Sheriff Jim (as Eddie Cobb)

Season 1, Episode 34: Rifles and Renegades

4 May 1950
The Lone Ranger comes across a skirmish between an army patrol and a renegade group of Indians. The Lone Ranger helps fight the Indians off but is concerned they were using weapons that only could have come from the nearby Army fort. He decides he needs to know how they got the weapons.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Robert Kent ... Lt. Skip Haines
Gene Roth ... Major Pollard

I. Stanford Jolley ... Asa Jones
Robert Bice ... Chief Gray Hawk
John Hart ... Sergeant of the Guard
Frank Marlowe ... Sergeant Murphy
Bill Ward ... Private Johnson
Rus Conklin ... Brave

Season 1, Episode 35: Bullets for Ballots

11 May 1950
The Lone Ranger and Tonto arrive at a town in the midst of an election. They become concerned when threatened by two men about making sure they vote the correct way. The Lone Ranger decides to check out the two candidates and make sure the democratic process is followed for the good of the people.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Craig Stevens ... Robert McQueen

Marjorie Lord ... Kitty McQueen
Frederic Tozere ... Jed Wesson

John Alvin ... Scotty Dixon
Frank Jaquet ... Leander Knox
Ward Blackburn ... Frank Farrow
Mike Ragan ... Pike Lane (as Holly Bane)
Phil Tead ... Wesson's Clerk

Season 1, Episode 36: The Black Hat

18 May 1950
The Lone Ranger and Tonto are concerned that they can't find any sign of a gang of outlaws who recently stole a large amount of gold. Tonto is contacted by an Indian friend who might have information about the robbery, but others what to stop that meeting ever occurring.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
John Eldredge ... Rocky Carson
George Pembroke ... Doc Smithers
Jeff York ... Beasely
Ed Hinton ... Flint
William Ruhl ... Sheriff Healy

Season 1, Episode 37: Devil's Pass

25 May 1950
The Lone Ranger and Tonto are heading for the town of Horseshoe when they come across two men shot dead. They realize a large sum of money has been stolen, but can't understand the relationship between the two victims.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Jim Bannon ... Red Randall
Gene Evans ... Beef Corson
Marshall Bradford ... Sheriff Brice
Jimmy Lloyd ... Lefty Hayes
Ed Dooley ... Jim Blair (as Jed Dooley)

Season 1, Episode 38: Spanish Gold

1 June 1950
The Lone Ranger encounters a paroled prisoner on the trail. As he hears the man's story he becomes concerned an innocent man may have been found guilty of a crime he'd never committed. The Lone Ranger decides to find out if an injustice has occurred.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Ross Ford ... Danny York
Gail Davis ... Nora Spencer
Bruce Hamilton ... James P. Hague

Kenneth Tobey ... Deputy Gil Jackson
Steve Clark ... Tug Spencer

Season 1, Episode 39: Damsels in Distress

8 June 1950
The Lone Ranger is on the trail of a foreign secret agent,Baron Von Vader when he discovers a gun designer shot and on the verge of death. The Lone Ranger realizes the threat Von Bader represents and rushes to foil his plan.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto

John Banner ... Baron Paul Von Baden

Tom Tyler ... Jeff Garth
Phil Tead ... Sam Dexter
Phyllis Kennedy ... Miss Prynne
Peggy McIntyre ... Peg Dexter
Gloria Winters ... Bonnie Dexter
Lee Tung Foo ... Wong
Bob Woodward ... Stagecoach Driver (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 40: Man Without a Gun

15 June 1950
The Lone Ranger and Tonto come across a stage coach that seems to have been attacked by Indians. Discovering a surviver the Lone Range becomes concerned about irregularities in the attack and becomes convinced someone is trying to spark an Indian war.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Dickie Jones ... Jim Douglas (as Dick Jones)
James Harrison ... Tom Gorham
House Peters Jr. ... Slack
Eddie Dunn ... Henry Douglas
Ralph Moody ... Chief Red Hawk
Robert Kellard ... The Sheriff (as Bob Kellard)

Season 1, Episode 41: A Pardon for Curley

22 June 1950
The Lone Ranger captures Curley Bates only to discover the man has been pardoned and no longer a wanted criminal. Suspicion is raised though when Curley tells the Lone Ranger he has accepted the position of sheriff in a cattle town. The Lone Ranger decides to find out what the real plan is.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Douglas Kennedy ... Curley Bates
Marion Martin ... Belle Farnol
Stephen Chase ... Sam Farnol
Harry Harvey ... The Mayor
Paul Hogan ... Slim
John Cliff ... Tonopah Ed
Richard Alexander ... Hogjaw Mullins (as Dick Alexander)
Earle Hodgins ... Undertaker (credit only)
Carl Sepulveda ... Duke (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 42: Eye for an Eye

29 June 1950
Clay Durfee gets word his appeal has been turned down, and he will be hanged Monday. Elsewhere the remains of his gang, including his brother work on a prison break, by using members of the Governor's family as hostages. When the gang attack a coach, The Ranger and Tonto intercept the group and rescue the women related to the Governor. The Lone Range organizes disguises for his party and they continue their journey to the state capital disguised as Mexicans. The gang doesn't fall for the ruse and attacks disguised group. The Lone Ranger and Tonto follow the gang to their hide out and begin picking off the gang members. A final confrontation with Durfree's brother seals Clay's fate, and rescues the women

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto

I. Stanford Jolley ... Stark Durfee
Dorothy Neumann ... Adelaide Standish
Sue England ... Ruth Standish
John Daheim ... Blue Wilson (as Johnny Day)
John L. Cason ... Tug Kennedy (as John Cason)
Chris-Pin Martin ... Jose Morenga (as Chris Pin Martin)

David McMahon ... Clay Durfee
Steve Clark ... Warden
Carl Sepulveda ... Stage Driver (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 43: Outlaw of the Plains

6 July 1950
The Ranger and Tonto ride through drought stricken country and encounter two recently robbed men, Clem and Sam, who has been shot. The men tell a story of being robbed of their herd. The Ranger and Tonto set out to intercept the cattle rustlers. Because of the dry conditions they can't follow tracks, and Tonto is sent to the local town for extra help. At Sam's shack the Ranger explains the situation to the other cattleman. The sheriff arrives with Tonto and talks the men out of forming a posse till the next day, however he recommends he Tonto and the Ranger should ride out that night and try to scout the rustler's position. The Lone Ranger senses a trap and agrees for the three of them to split and draw the fire of the rustlers. The ruse works and after a number of counter moves the rest of the gang is captured along with a confession by the sheriff

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Jack Lee ... Sheriff Lem Shattuck
Jay Morley ... Clem
Bernie Marcus ... Sam
Stanley Blystone ... Ray (as Stan Blystone)
Ed Cassidy ... George
Bert Arnold ... Joe
Steve Dunhill ... Bill
Tex Driscoll ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 44: White Man's Magic

13 July 1950
Tonto finds the body of an Indian belonging to a local tribe. The Ranger and Tonto decide foul play is involved and follow a set tracks leading back to the reservation. Independently we discover the local Indian police Sergeant Pala working with the owner of the Empire Land Company to convince the Indians to rebel and lose their land. Tonto and the Ranger discover a weapons cache left by Pala, and disable the weapons. The Chief of the tribe White Eagle is poisoned causing the expected uprising. Pala realizes Tonto knows too much and tries to kill him. The Ranger intervenes, apprehending Pala. The pair then race to where the Indians are massing for their attack. When the Indians try to attack their guns miss fire. Believing it is the spirit of White stopping the guns, the Indians decide to give up

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Jane Frazee ... Antonette Toni Carver
Lane Bradford ... Sergeant Pala
Bill Kennedy ... Ira Boles
Ralph Moody ... Chief White Eagle
Pierre Watkin ... Colonel Stacy
Charles Stevens ... Red Moon
Bill Ward ... Standing Tree

Season 1, Episode 45: Trouble for Tonto

20 July 1950
To get evidence on the Buck Fargo gang's plan to rob the Baxter bank Tonto pretends after Baxter has killed Black Eagle to be Black Eagle who has helped kidnap Terry Baxter but Tonto is revealed by a ring from Black Eagle's squaw.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto

Robert Arthur ... Terry Baxter

Lyle Talbot ... Wayne Baxter
Gene Roth ... Buck Fargo
Byron Foulger ... Thad Kendall
Bill Ward ... Glenn Baxter
Jimmie Dundee ... Finch Curston (as Jimmy Dundee)
Rus Conklin ... Black Eagle

Season 1, Episode 46: Sheriff at Gunstock

27 July 1950
A group of outlaws attack and destroy a barber shop in Gunstock. The Lone Ranger hears of the trouble and heads for the town to see if he can help Sheriff Bennett. At the town we discover Rocky Hanford is behind a protection racket and is extorting the businesses in the town. The Ranger arrives to discover the Sheriff claiming there are no problems. The Ranger is concerned about the sheriff, and goes undercover in the town. He discovers the town believes the sheriff was bought off by Hanford. The Lone Ranger confronts the sheriff about the allegations. The sheriff pulls a gun on the Ranger but Tonto overpowers him. They realize that Hanford has the sheriff's son. The Lone Ranger has a theory the person holding the boy has the initials RT - Rod Turner, one of Hanford's gang. The Lone Ranger sends Tonto to Hanford's as bait for a trap. The Lone Ranger follows the gang riding to the Turner place with Tonto. The Ranger flushes out the gang using fake powder bombs and rescues the sheriff's son.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Walter Sande ... Sheriff Jim Bennett

John Doucette ... Rocky Hanford
Mira McKinney ... Sarah Miggs
Tom Irish ... Jack Bennett
John Hart ... Duke
Sailor Vincent ... Rod Turner (as William Vincent)
Jack Kenny ... Grizzly (as Jack Kenney)

Season 1, Episode 47: The Wrong Man

3 August 1950
Sherriff Barnes arrives at a cabin looking for Meredith who he arrests or the murder of the judge Scoville. The Lone Ranger hears Meredith may be lynched. Later the Ranger with Tonto, head for town to keep an eye on the jail and interview Meredith. The Ranger speaks to the sheriff who brushes of his concerns. As night falls the town's folk begin organizing the lynching. Again the Ranger steps in and talks them out of it. Meanwhile Ted Latham confronts his father, without the lynching, there's a chance Ted's involvement will be revealed. His father sends him out of town for a week as cover. The Ranger follows Ted, explaining he'd heard the conversation with Ted's father. This forces Ted to confess the murder. Arriving back in town, Ted complains that the Ranger attacked him and was forced to give a false confession. Unsure of the situation, the sheriff arrests Ted. Finally Meredith is cleared by the sheriff when he discovers the bullets in the judge's body match Ted's and not Meredith's gun.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto

Don Beddoe ... Jess Latham
Paul Maxey ... Sheriff Barnes
Glen Vernon ... Ted Latham
Nan Leslie ... Alicia Scoville
Richard Crane ... John Meredith
Almira Sessions ... Letty
Ted Adams ... Burbridge
Walter Shumway ... Carter
Bill Ward ... Lawson (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 48: The Beeler Gang

10 August 1950
The Lone Ranger and Tonto are breaking camp when they see a man leave a package by a rock. Investigating they find a ransom note for the son of the local sheriff. The Ranger arrives at the sheriff's home to offer what help he could. Tonto and the Lone Ranger stake out the town to watch for any strangers who might ride into town. At the outlaws hideout the child falls ill and needs medical attention. Tonto sees a stranger purchase candy and other items, he alerts the Lone Ranger, who posses as a doctor to get the strangers attention. The outlaw brings the Ranger back to their hideout. He explains to the men the boy has typhoid and there is a chance they might catch it as well. One of the men rides into town and discovers the truth. The Ranger makes a break for it with the child on horseback. They get cornered by the gang and a gunfight breaks out till Tonto arrives and helps subdue the outlaws.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Robert Rockwell ... Sheriff Bert Lawson

Beverly Garland ... Laura Lawson (as Beverly Campbell)
Hugh Prosser ... Stan Beeler
B.G. Norman ... Tommy Lawson
William Haade ... Joe Ward
George Slocum ... Lefty
Fred Graham ... Pete
Ralph Peters ... Storekeeper
Tim Graham ... Cafe Manager

Season 1, Episode 49: The Star Witness

17 August 1950
The Lone Ranger is cutting across country to visit Sheriff Hollister. Meanwhile a group of men discover gold on private land. They have a falling out over the strike and one of them is murdered, all witnessed by a young boy, Johnny Williams. Johnny goes to tell his parents but the Lone Ranger finds the body and takes it into town. Johnny's parents don't believe his story. The Ranger reports to the sheriff and finds out who the victim was. He goes to a homestead and meets Johnny and questions him about what he saw. The Lone Ranger and the sheriff set a trap using Tonto as bait. The two outlaws learn that the body was found by Tonto. Later the outlaws discover the boy also saw the murder. They figure Tonto is trying to smoke them out, and the boy is the real witness. They go to the ranch the kill the boy. The Lone Ranger realizes the danger and heads for the ranch. Once he gets there a fist fight breaks out and the two men are detained.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Ray Bennett ... Dave Beutel
Gene Evans ... Nat Gorman

Michael Chapin ... Johnnie Williams
Henry Rowland ... Sam Williams
Charles Watts ... Sheriff Jim Hollister
Clarence Straight ... Deputy Bud James
Sarah Padden ... Grandma Williams
William Vedder ... Pete Bailey (as William H. Vedder)
Roy Butler ... Poker Player (uncredited)
Robert Kellard ... Man who reports murder (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 50: The Black Widow

24 August 1950
The Lone Ranger gets word Silky Carter has been released from Jail. The Ranger suspects he will head for Thunder Mountain to retrieve money from previous robberies. At the Mountain a stage coach is attacked and one of the passengers is dragged off. At the outlaw hide out it is discovered the man snatched is not the right person. They kill and buy him. The Ranger encounters Doc Hagen, a supposed spider expert who quickly reveals his lack of knowledge about spiders. The Ranger thinks he is looking for Silky Carter's stash. He decides to interview the other passenger on the coach, Mrs. Nelson. The Ranger discovers the woman is a disguised US Marshall trying to track Silky. They compare notes and decide to join forces. We discover Mrs. Nelson is not a disguised marshal but Silky himself. Tonto comes across two henchmen burying the man shot earlier from the coach. Tonto works out the man was the real US marshal and Mrs. Nelson is really Silky. The Ranger plays along till Silky reveals where the money is buried then springs a trap that captures the ex criminal and the others search for the money.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto

John Alvin ... Silky Carter
George Pembroke ... Doc Hagen
Mike Ragan ... Crane (as Holly Bane)
Peter Mamakos ... Mat
Michael Whalen ... Marshal Vic Mason
Lane Chandler ... Sheriff of Kingston
Tony Roux ... Pedro

Season 1, Episode 51: The Whimsical Bandit

31 August 1950
Dan, the Lone Ranger's nephew comes across a dead man. The Lone Ranger quickly identifies him as 'click' Philiips, the fastest Morse code operator in the area and known member of Juan Branco's gang. They believe 'click' was sending a message when he fell and died. The Ranger believes the gang is going to attack an expected stage coach full of gold. Branco is successful and steals the gold; he becomes enamored with the female passenger and gives her a distinctive ring. The Ranger intercepts the escaping coach. The passenger gives the Ranger the ring, he sees it as a way to trap Branco. Dan is sent back to camp, but is captured by Branco. The Lone Ranger and Tonto find Dan's tracks and follows them to Branco's hide out. He then sends Tonto back to town for reinforcements. The sheriff arrives with reinforcements and the gang is arrested.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Nestor Paiva ... Juan Branco
Sheila Ryan ... Maude Carver
Norman Willis ... Blacky
John Cliff ... Ralph
Chuck Courtney ... Dan Reid
William Ruhl ... Sheriff
Bud Osborne ... Stage Driver (uncredited)
Wally West ... Gang Member (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 52: Double Jeopardy

7 September 1950
Clyde Hinshaw who is in jail for murder seems peculiarly nonchalant about his upcoming trial. When the Lone Ranger sees Ma Hinshaw and her son talking to Judge Brady who has seen the murder, he talks to the judge and learns that the Hinshaws hold the judge's daughter Molly under threat of murder if the judge does not present his testimony so that Clyde is acquitted. In the meantime, Ma Hinshaw and Rufe split up so Tonto can not follow the trail. However the Lone Ranger devises a plan to make Clyde believe that the hideout has been found and that Tonto and he will break him out of jail for price so Clyde will lead them to the hideout. Tonto leaves a trail for a posse on the way.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Marin Sais ... Ma Hinshaw
Ric Roman ... Clyde Hinshaw (as Rick Roman)
Riley Hill ... Rufe Hinshaw
Buster Slaven ... Ira Hinshaw (as Brad Slaven)
James Kirkwood ... Judge Henry Brady
Christine Larsen ... Molly Brady (as Christine Larson)
Jack Ingram ... Sheriff Collins
Douglas Wood ... Ed Simpson
Robert Kellard ... Deputy Jim (uncredited)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Million Dollar Wallpaper

14 September 1950
The Ranger and Tonto are scouting a campsite when they come across two old timers, Mosshorn and Flapjack having a duel. After breaking up the fight they go to Mosshorn's shack to get water. While there they notice a large number of Red Gap mining shares that Mosshorn won in a card game. Three men, Silk Moose and Matt are salting the Red Gap mine in the hope of luring suckers to invest when they discover a legitimate vein. Before they can take control they need to get the shares back from Mossman. The three visit the old timer, he refuses to sell his shares and an argument breaks out. A fire starts and Matt is accidentally shot by Mossman. Next day Flapjack returns to the cabin to find it destroyed by fire and a body, assumed to be Mossman dead. The sheriff arrests Flapjack, but the Lone Ranger has his doubts. Using Tonto's tracking ability the Ranger discovers where Silk and Moose are holding Mosshorn. The Lone Ranger jumps Silk, who in turn is shot by Moose. Moose is then chased on horseback and finally arrested.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Emmett Lynn ... Mosshorn
Lucien Littlefield ... Flapjack

Paul Fix ... Silk
Kim Spalding ... Moose
Duke York ... Matt
Edmund Cobb ... Sheriff (as Eddie Cobb)

Season 2, Episode 2: Mission Bells

21 September 1950
The Lone Ranger and Tonto are investigating former outlaw Stephen Dunn, when they find him shot dead. As they investigate the murder they discover a much bigger mystery centered on the local Spanish mission.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Walter Sande ... Padre Felipe
Tristram Coffin ... Stephen Dunn

James Griffith ... Scrap
Hal Baylor ... Gus (as Hal Fieberling)
Lee Roberts ... Acting Sheriff Mason
Rosa Turich ... Maria

Season 2, Episode 3: Dead Man's Chest

28 September 1950
The Lone Ranger and Tonto stumble across a crime wave in a small town. As they investigate it is clear someone has many sources of information, which is only shared with other gang members by mail.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Stephen Chase ... Hank Wheeler
William Vedder ... Hamlet Jones
Myron Healey ... Jud Ellis
Harry Lauter ... Deputy Jim Bryce
Ray Montgomery ... Ed Carson
Frank Sully ... Clem Hart
Natividad Vacío ... Jose Gonzales
George Lloyd ... Stage Driver

Season 2, Episode 4: Outlaw's Revenge

5 October 1950
In the identity of respected banker Calvin Blair, Trigger Taylor, top henchmen to the recently executed Pete Carson, seeks revenge by having henchman Hammer rob the bank in the Lone Ranger dress and also frames teller Ames as an accomplice.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Larry J. Blake ... Calvin Blair (as Larry Blake)
Kenneth MacDonald ... Sheriff
Steven Clark ... Bill Ames
William Haade ... Hammer (as Bill Haade)
Larry Johns ... Sagebrush
Richard Beach ... Deputy Jim
Richard Bailey ... Pete Carson

Season 2, Episode 5: Danger Ahead

12 October 1950
To become sheriff, Deputy Craig has henchman Hatch kill revered Sheriff Roberts. The Lone Ranger, not knowing the involvement of Craig, talks to ventriloquist Boswell, who witnessed the murder, and who Craig wants dead.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Don Haggerty ... Rocky Craig
Max Terhune ... Sidney Boswell
William E. Green ... Judge Jordan
Jack Briggs ... Hatch
Mike Ragan ... Al
Jack Mower ... Sheriff Roberts (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 6: Crime in Time

19 October 1950
The Lone Ranger encounters a seemingly harmless watch maker who appears to be a law abiding citizen. It becomes very apparent there is far more to the man and his activities than anyone ever realized.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Lane Bradford ... Lige Watkin
John Butler ... Feeny McArdle (as John A. Butler)
Monte Blue ... Sheriff
Fred Libby ... Dave Watkin

Season 2, Episode 7: Drink of Water

26 October 1950
The Lone Ranger and Tonto arrive in Greenville during a terrible drought. At the same time a rain maker arrives in town with a deal that under any other circumstances would have been to good to believe.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Bill Kennedy ... Phineas Stacy
Arthur Stone ... Jackie Blasdell
Gregg Barton ... Jim Blasdell
Linda Leighton ... Mary Blasdell (as Linda Johnson)
Stanley Andrews ... Ed Range
Harlan Briggs ... Ezra Dudley
Mickey Simpson ... Pete
Mitchell Kowall ... Mack (as Mitchell Kowal)

Season 2, Episode 8: Thieves' Money

2 November 1950
Pierre Dumont a master counterfeiter kills a federal agent Jim Collins then takes his place. The Lone Ranger and Tonto struggle to make sense of the situation after they find Collins' body.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto

John Doucette ... Pierre Dumont
Charles Watts ... Sheriff Andrews

David McMahon ... Jim Collins (as David MacMahon)
Ward Blackburn ... Burt
Jack Briggs ... Al

Season 2, Episode 9: The Squire

9 November 1950
The Lone Ranger is chasing a gang who earlier in the day robbed a bank. He and Tonto discover the gang rather than trying to escape are themselves chasing two eyewitnesses to the crime.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Margaret Kerry ... Jane Carter
Hugh Prosser ... Amos Carter

George Lynn ... Squire Turnbull
John Cliff ... Cliff (Gimp in credits)
Steve Dunhill ... Jake
Alex Sharp ... Cal (as Alex Sharpe)

Robert J. Wilke ... Fred (as Bob Wilke)

Season 2, Episode 10: Masked Deputy

16 November 1950
Tonto and the Lone Ranger are on the track of cattle rustlers, but are puzzled how they are disposing of such large quantity of cattle without being caught. The Lone Ranger suspects the rustles live in a nearby town posing as respectable citizens, and decides to investigate.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Stuart Randall ... Will Bradly
Dave Willock ... Tom Turner
Carol Thurston ... Mary Turner
Edmund Cobb ... Sheriff Higgens (as Eddie Cobb)
Peter Mamakos ... Pete (as Peter Mamakas)
Gregg Rogers ... Matt
Bert Arnold ... Hank
Lane Chandler ... Jason (as Lane Arnold)

Season 2, Episode 11: Banker's Choice

20 November 1950
A banker is being blackmailed to keep it quiet that his son is an embezzler but the blackmailer unknown to the banker is an employee and relative who is the actual embezzler.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Murray ... Henry MacFarland (as Commander Murray)

David Bruce ... Stephen Lasher
Phyllis Morris ... Mary MacFarland
John Merton ... Joe Kean
Mickey Simpson ... Lefty
Jack Mower ... Sheriff
Bud Osborne ... Stage Driver

Season 2, Episode 12: Desert Adventure

30 November 1950
After the Yuma Kid's gang robs a bank, destroys a water hole behind them and heads across inhospitable desert, the Lone Ranger dons an old timer's disguise and tells a tale of gold to get Yuma and Cheyenne to get to the rest of the gang.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
House Peters Jr. ... The Yuma Kid
Lane Bradford ... Joe
John L. Cason ... Cleet (as Bob Cason)
Charles Horvath ... Cheyenne
Lee Shumway ... Sheriff Daley

Kermit Maynard ... Sam
Bill Ward ... Deputy (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 13: Bad Medicine

7 December 1950
The Lone Ranger learns the Bolton gang which he is pursuing has committed a bank robbery in which one of them has been wounded and finds them holding a town doctor hostage for treatment and uses an Italian immigrant disguise as a ruse.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Harry Harvey ... Dr. Clay Andrews
Dick Curtis ... Clint Bolton
Hal Baylor ... Glenn Bolton (as Hal Fieberling)
Greta Granstedt ... Lucy Andrews (as Greta Grandstedt)
Robert Carson ... Sheriff Collins (as Bob Carson)
Robert Kellard ... Jim (as Bob Kellard)
Sandy Sanders ... Dave
James Guilfoyle ... Bank Official
Tex Driscoll ... Townsman Falling Out of Chair (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 14: One Jump Ahead

14 December 1950
The Lone Ranger and Tonto are on the trail of Rick Sanders a well known outlaw. What puzzles the pair is how Sanders is getting money because it is so long since he pulled a job. While in town for supplies, Tonto overhears a conversation that might solved the puzzle.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Robert Rockwell ... Rick Sanders
John Eldredge ... Applegate
Dorothy Vaughan ... Mrs. Whitcomb (as Dorothy Vaughn)
Richard Crane ... Tom Whitcomb
Nolan Leary ... Sam

Season 2, Episode 15: Lady Killer

21 December 1950
The Lone Ranger becomes involved when a series of gold shipments are attacked. All the clues seem to point to the least likely group of people in the area. The Lone Ranger must find a way to establish guilt and convince those around him.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Nan Leslie ... Lela Anson
Ray Montgomery ... Sheriff John Markum

I. Stanford Jolley ... Seth
Robert Kent ... Jake Anson
Fred Libby ... Trig Davis
Russell Trent ... 1st Stage driver
Sailor Vincent ... Hank (as Billy Vincent)

Season 2, Episode 16: Paid in Full

28 December 1950
Sam Slater an escaped prisoner is spotted heading for Maryvale for no apparent reason. The Lone Ranger and Tonto are puzzled by the information but decide to head into town to try and capture him.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Larry J. Blake ... Bert Dillon (as Larry Blake)
John Daheim ... Matt (as Johnny Day)
Harry Lauter ... Jim Craig
Wanda McKay ... Sue Craig
Emmett Lynn ... Hank
Charles Watts ... Sheriff
Bill Ward ... Deputy Martin (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 17: Letter of the Law

4 January 1951
Jeff Niles, who is married under an alias to the daughter of a callous sheriff, is blackmailed by prison escapee Sam Slater for details of a bank in which Niles works because Niles as a boy unwittingly did a robbery with Slater.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Monte Blue ... Sheriff Jim Harper
Robin Short ... Sam Slater
Warren Douglas ... Jeff Niles

Noel Neill ... Molly Niles
Douglas Wood ... Cyrus Wilson
John Halloran ... Tom
Ed Hinton ... Bob Shay

Season 2, Episode 18: Silent Voice

11 January 1951
The Lone Ranger saves Cleve Ritchie from henchmen of Dr. Payton who has planted Stella Watson in his home to care for his grandmother post stroke so Stella can get a map to an old Spanish treasure that Cleve has found to fund the town.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Mira McKinney ... Granny Ritchie
Ross Ford ... Cleve Ritchie
John Morgan ... Dr. Jeff Payton
Christine Larsen ... Stella Watson (as Christine Larson)
Hal Baylor ... Bert Devlin (as Hal Fieberling)
Mike Ragan ... Chad Hackett (as Mike Regan)

Season 2, Episode 19: The Outcast

18 January 1951
The Lone Ranger and Tonto are searching for a group of outlaws who are responsible for a series of hold ups. Even with the local sheriff and Texas Rangers involved, no one has been able to catch them.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Robert Rockwell ... Randy Tyler
Stephen Chase ... Rufus Fillmore
Lane Bradford ... Gat Towson
Pierre Watkin ... Captain Prescott

Denver Pyle ... Lieutenant Grayson
Edmund Cobb ... Sheriff (as Eddie Cobb)
Mickey Simpson ... Muggs
Fred Libby ... Phil
Gregg Barton ... Mac

Season 2, Episode 20: Mr. Trouble

25 January 1951
The Lone Ranger and Tonto come across a railway gang thats been attacked. What appears on the surface to be an Indian raid quickly appears to be far more complex and dangerous.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Robert Rockwell ... Rick Merrill
Larry J. Blake ... Lucky Kendal (as Larry Blake)
House Peters Jr. ... Pierce
Jim Bannon ... Red (as John Bannon)
Paul Campbell ... Andy Carlisle
Harry Harvey ... Doc Weston
Earle Hodgins ... Sheriff
Russell Trent ... Deputy

David McMahon ... Mr. Herbert
Robert Kellard ... Silent Taylor (as Bob Kellard)

Season 2, Episode 21: Behind the Law

1 February 1951
The Lone Ranger gets word that the Fulsome gang has over run the town of San Carlos, and the local sheriff refuses to act. The Lone Ranger goes to the town to find out the true situation.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Marshall Bradford ... Sheriff Charles Gray
Gene Roth ... Big Jim Folsom
Ward Blackburn ... Scar
Gene Evans ... Link
Robert Carson ... Sheriff John Maloney (as Bob Carson)
James Guilfoyle ... Trader Mike
George Chesebro ... Jim Wortham
Clarence Straight ... Sam

Season 2, Episode 22: Trouble at Black Rock

8 February 1951
Ruthless McCarty and two fellow prisoners have escaped and are heading for Black Rock mine in which McCarty has hidden stolen gold coin but where old-timer Neeley is working a claim and has been injured in an accident that uncovered the loot.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto

George J. Lewis ... McCarty (as George Lewis)

John Alvin ... Slim Evans

Michael Ansara ... Walker
Wanda McKay ... Ella Neeley
Emmett Lynn ... Fred Neeley
Constance Purdy ... Mrs. Tush

Season 2, Episode 23: Two Gold Lockets

15 February 1951
A young man is released from prison fully intent on joining the "Carlos Marina" gang. The Lone Ranger encounters a man who had previously fought against the gang. They decide to join forces to combat this new threat to peace in the West.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Tom Powers ... Marshal Lindon
Ben Welden ... Carlos Marina (as Ben Weldon)

Darryl Hickman ... Don Lindon
Greta Granstedt ... Mary Lindon

Dwayne Hickman ... Young Don Lindon
John Cliff ... Worry Peters
Duke York ... Buck Slade
Stanley Andrews ... Warden Roberts

Season 2, Episode 24: The Hooded Men

22 February 1951
Tonto gets caught up in a robbery conducted by the Hooded gang, who the Lone Ranger has been tracking for some time. The Ranger has a suspicion who is behind the gang, but he needs time to connect all the dots.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Mira McKinney ... Ruby Creston
Walter Sande ... Sheriff Hugh McNeil

John Doucette ... Flack
Lane Bradford ... Dusty
Morton C. Thompson ... Bill Pitman (as Mort Thompson)

Denver Pyle ... Deputy Allen

Season 2, Episode 25: Friend in Need

1 March 1951
The Lone Ranger gets a message from the local padre. He asks The Lone Ranger and Tonto to try and find evidence Jeff Austin, currently on death row, was not responsible for a gold robbery.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
John McGuire ... Jeff Austin
Robert Bice ... Luke Banner (as Bob Bice)
Gail Davis ... Ruth
Steven Clark ... Jim Austin
Edmund Cobb ... Sheriff Tate (as Eddie Cobb)
Salvador Baguez ... Captain Sancho
David Leonard ... Padre
Paul Fierro ... Juan
Joe Dominguez ... Cell Guard
Edward Clark ... Waiter (as Ed Clark)

Season 2, Episode 26: Backtrail

8 March 1951
Crooked stagecoach express agent Mason directs two henchmen who dress as Paiute braves to rob stage shipments with valuable cargo.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Herbert Lytton ... Walter Mason
Robert Bice ... Bart
Kim Spalding ... Ed
Riley Hill ... Jim Blake
Rex Lease ... Sheriff
Bud Osborne ... Pete

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Outlaw's Son

11 September 1952
The Lone Ranger and Tonto are after an outlaw who is trying to leave the gang and go back to the wife and son he left years ago.
John Hart ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Robert Rockwell ... Glen Darby
Irene Vernon ... Amy Darby

Robert Arthur ... Jimmy Darby (as Bob Arthur)
John Pickard ... Smokey Baines
Paul Fierro ... Kansas Charlie
William Haade ... Keg Wade

Season 3, Episode 2: Outlaw Underground

18 September 1952
The Lone Ranger and Tonto meet up with a newspaper reporter from the East who has disguised himself as an outlaw in order to infiltrate a network that hides fugitives from the law.
John Hart ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Robert Clarke ... Ned Anderson
Lois Hall ... Hale Monroe
Lester Dorr ... Moley Sanders
Richard Reeves ... Big Tom Davis (as Dick Reeves)

Michael Ansara ... Hawk Mason
James Parnell ... Peterson
John Downey ... Sheriff

Season 3, Episode 3: Special Edition

25 September 1952
The Lone Ranger gets word of a swindle being run in the town of King Creek. Money is being raised to build a gold stamping factory. The Ranger must act before the swindlers escape with the money.
John Hart ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Nan Leslie ... Martha Neal
Larry J. Blake ... Gene Sloan (as Larry Blake)
Judd Holdren ... Joe Neal
Victor Sutherland ... Senator Dodd
Hal K. Dawson ... Shorty
John Close ... Tom Sloan
Marshall Ruth ... Sheriff

Season 3, Episode 4: Desperado at Large

2 October 1952
The Lone Ranger is hot on the heels of the Kansas kid when he encounters another man "Slim Roberts" also a lawman but posing as an outlaw. They create a plan that if successful could see them accepted into the 'Kids' gang.
John Hart ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Douglas Kennedy ... Jeff Robertson

Lee Van Cleef ... Joe Singer

James Brown ... Deputy Sandy Clifford
Steven Clark ... Tom Scott
Steve Clark ... The Warden
Robert Filmer ... Marshal Dixon

Season 3, Episode 5: Through the Wall

9 October 1952
The Ranger and Tonto head for Granite City to try and curtail the activities of the "Death Gang who have been menacing the town. On the way they discover a secret about the towns jail, which if used correctly could save lives.
John Hart ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto

Dabbs Greer ... Toby Durbin
Douglas Evans ... Shim Davis

George Lynn ... Gus Mason
Monte Blue ... Sheriff Mansfield
Raymond Largay ... Sam Collins
Mike Ragan ... Jeff Durbin
George Slocum ... Lem Norton
Phil Tead ... Joe Stevens
Tex Driscoll ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 6: Jeb's Gold Mine

16 October 1952
Schemers try to drive out a homesteader knowing there is gold on his land. In the nick of time, The Lone Ranger learns the truth and intervenes.
John Hart ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Raymond Greenleaf ... Col. Stuart Macauley
Stephen Chase ... Jim Grady
B.G. Norman ... Jeb Macauley
Syd Saylor ... Sarge

Robert Bray ... Al Davis
Lane Bradford ... Rufe
Rory Mallinson ... Sheriff

Season 3, Episode 7: Frame for Two

23 October 1952
The Lone Ranger and Tonto get involved when they hear of a feud between two ranchers. The situation is so explosive it is feared the entire community may be engulfed in hatred
John Hart ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
John Damler ... Silas Green
Richard Crane ... Bob Arnold
James Parnell ... Brad Young
Robert Williams ... Sheriff (as Robert B. Williams)

Robert Livingston ... Don Cutler

Season 3, Episode 8: Ranger in Danger

30 October 1952
A huge, rough killer has sworn to murder The Lone Ranger.

Season 3, Episode 9: Delayed Action

6 November 1952
After a holdup at the Three Forks National bank. Lone Ranger and Tonto are framed for the holdup by members of the real gang involved.
John Hart ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto

James Griffith ... Flint Taylor
Ben Welden ... Pete Morales
Stanley Andrews ... Sheriff Hollister
Robert Foulk ... George
Sailor Vincent ... Jim Whiskers (as Billy Vincent)
Gordon Wynn ... Charlie (as Gordon Wynne)
Franklyn Farnum ... Banker (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 10: The Map

13 November 1952
A young boy whose hobby is chemistry helps the Lone Ranger and Tonto trick outlaws who stole a map from a surveyor that shows where the railroad will come through.
John Hart ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto

Frank Wilcox ... Ross Colby
Steve Darrell ... Ben Davis
Lanny Rees ... Buddy Bentley
Geraldine Wall ... Clara Bentley

Marshall Reed ... Dix Manson
Harlan Warde ... Jeff Whalen

Season 3, Episode 11: Trial by Fire

20 November 1952
When an outlaw family badly wounds a man in a robbery, the estranged son is accused while the outlaws' father is also wounded in the robbery which inspires The Lone Ranger to disguise himself as a doctor to get access to the gang.
John Hart ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Ross Ford ... Steve Webster
Pierre Watkin ... Col. Jonathan Webster
Gail Davis ... Mary Webster
Stanley Andrews ... Job Burke

Robert J. Wilke ... Sam Burke (as Bob Wilke)
Mickey Simpson ... Perce Burke
Emerson Treacy ... Dr. Holcomb
Marshall Bradford ... Sheriff Rogers
Ralph Peters ... Cal

Season 3, Episode 12: Word of Honor

27 November 1952
When the sheriff of Mesa Junction is murdered a seemingly innocent man is blamed. The Lone Ranger and Tonto get involved in trying to clear the young man and discover who the real murderer is.
John Hart ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto

Hayden Rorke ... Arne Mason
Ross Elliott ... Jeff Hope
Wanda McKay ... Nancy Hope
Harry Cheshire ... Judge Wells

David McMahon ... Bert
Lee Phelps ... Sheriff Jess Harper
Sam Flint ... Doc Fairbanks
Tex Driscoll ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 13: Treason at Dry Creek

4 December 1952
Tonto and the Lone Ranger set a trap for a crooked Pony Express agent who has been intercepting army dispatches and selling them to the Indians.
John Hart ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Frank Fenton ... Matt Yancy

Ann Doran ... Sarah Yancy
Britt Wood ... Jim
Paul Fierro ... Yellow-Eye
Charles Evans ... General Morgan
Robert Carson ... Mr. Brown

Rand Brooks ... Murdered Express rider

Season 3, Episode 14: The Condemned Man

11 December 1952
Chief Lone Eagle's son is murdered by an Indian agent. Tonto and the Lone Ranger have to find the killer in time to prevent an Indian war.
John Hart ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto

Don Beddoe ... Cal Haskins
Monte Blue ... Chief Lone Eagle
Russell Hicks ... Colonel Hayes
Myron Healey ... Private Bill Cole
Maurice Jara ... Red Hawk
Charles Gibb ... Captain Davis
Rusty Wescoatt ... Sergeant of the Guard

Season 3, Episode 15: The New Neighbor

18 December 1952
A selfish rancher refuses to share water with his neighbors. Tensions mount and the Lone Ranger and Tonto try to find a solution before a range war breaks out.
John Hart ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Walter Sande ... Jed Rector

John Alvin ... Dr. Richard S. Pierce
B.G. Norman ... Jerry Rector
Barbara Woodell ... Mary Rector
Robert Stevenson ... Tex (as Robert Forrest)
Larry Hudson ... Cal
John Phillips ... Stagecoach Driver
Edward Clark ... Storekeeper

Season 3, Episode 16: Best Laid Plans

25 December 1952
A range war threatens to break out in Sunset Valley. The Lone Ranger decides to investigate and try to understand the complete lack of action from the local sheriff.
John Hart ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
John Bryant ... Chick Thompson
Cathy Downs ... Mary Seaton
House Peters Jr. ... Slim Gordon
Ralph Sanford ... Ben Chalmers
Judd Holdren ... Deputy John Ross
John Pickard ... Jeff Seaton

Season 3, Episode 17: Indian Charlie

1 January 1953
The Lone Ranger and Tonto hear a young educated boy Indian Charlie seems to be falling afoul of the law. They go to try and talk sense into the lad, but discover something far more dangerous.
John Hart ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Walter Reed ... Joe Blake
Alan Wells ... Charlie Judd

Glenn Strange ... Bart Walton
Sally Corner ... Mary Judd
Harry Harvey ... Sheriff Jim Dixon
John L. Cason ... Steve Cramer (as John Cason)

Season 3, Episode 18: The Empty Strongbox

8 January 1953
The Lone Ranger and Tonto come across a failed stagecoach hold up, a dying stage coach driver tell them who was responsible. Before the Lone Ranger can do anything a sheriff also stumbles onto the scene and thinks he is the one behind the robbery.
John Hart ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
James Todd ... Warren Hunter
Edwin Rand ... Dusty Morgan (as Ed Rand)
Don Mahin ... Tom Vincent
Hugh Prosser ... Jeb Logan
Robert Carson ... Sheriff Conners
Bud Osborne ... Joe Driscoll

Season 3, Episode 19: Trader Boggs

15 January 1953
The Lone Ranger and Tonto come to the aid of their old friend Barnaby Boggs, who's trying to open a general store in Larabee but is being thwarted by a price-gouging merchant who doesn't want any competition.
John Hart ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Hal Price ... Barnaby Boggs
Aline Towne ... Ellie Gorham

I. Stanford Jolley ... Will Motter
Zon Murray ... Varney
John Crawford ... Gig Austin

Kenne Duncan ... Sheriff Dunn

Season 3, Episode 20: Bandits in Uniform

22 January 1953
Tonto and the Lone Ranger come to the aid of Mexican settlers who are being robbed and exploited by a self-styled American military dictator and his private army.
John Hart ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Gil Donaldson ... Rafael Rodrigo

John Doucette ... Andrew Gage

I. Stanford Jolley ... Don Esteban

Robert Bray ... Ben
James Parnell ... Rufe
George Douglas ... Governor

Season 3, Episode 21: The Godless Men

29 January 1953
A young preacher wants to build a church in Gold City, but locals who don't want him there have stolen the money from the building fund. Tonto and the Lone Ranger try to help him recover it.
John Hart ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto

Hugh Beaumont ... Rev. Randy Roberts
Hugh Sanders ... Frank Ferris
Ray Page ... Wolf Cady
Keith Richards ... Jed Glisson

Season 3, Episode 22: The Devil's Bog

5 February 1953
Tonto comes down with a bad fever, after treatment he recovers and the Lone Ranger decides to investigate to source of the disease.
John Hart ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Van Des Autels ... Grant Huston (as Van Desautels)
Harry Harvey ... Dr. Mervin Robbins
Frank Richards ... Bill Adams
Hugh Prosser ... Jim Arnold
Barbara Woodell ... Martha Robbins
Ferris Taylor ... Mayor Hudkins
Bruce Edwards ... Jed Wells

Season 3, Episode 23: Right to Vote

12 February 1953
When the citizens of a town run by a gang of crooked politicians sign a petition for a recall election, the politicians see that it is stolen. Tonto and the Lone Ranger race against time to recover the petition so the recall election can be held.
John Hart ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Douglas Kennedy ... George Milliner
John Damler ... Whisper Dunlap (Davis in credits)
Richard Avonde ... Pete Milliner
Dick Elliott ... Mayor Wilkins
Ben Welden ... Ray Noonan

Season 3, Episode 24: The Sheriff's Son

19 February 1953
When a young man is released from prison, he vows to take his revenge on the sheriff who arrested him--his father. Tonto and the Lone Ranger try to stop him.
John Hart ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Alan Wells ... Matt Lake
Emerson Treacy ... Dr. Owens
Claudia Barrett ... Janie Owens
Hugh Prosser ... Sheriff Jim Lake
William Haade ... Joe Menard
Walter Bonn ... Warden Carl Dawes

Season 3, Episode 25: Tumblerock Law

26 February 1953
The sheriff of Tumblerock is murdered, and the witness who saw it--and who can provide the evidence that can break the power of the town's political boss--has been kidnapped. The Lone Ranger and Tonto set out to rescue the witness and bring the murderer to justice.
John Hart ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Steve Brodie ... Ace Broderick (as Steve Broide)
Richard Crane ... Ted Brooks
Byron Foulger ... Magill
Bill Slack ... Pete
Kim Spalding ... Joe
Tom London ... Deputy Tom Crothers
Paul Birch ... Sheriff Brooks

Season 3, Episode 26: Sinner by Proxy

5 March 1953
Lone Ranger is arrested for robbing a bank in Johnsville. It seems a man in jail for the robbery claims the Lone Ranger was his partner in the crime. The Lone Ranger works to clear his name.
John Hart ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Stephen Chase ... Frank Tolliver
Hugh Sanders ... Sheriff Burley
Russ Conway ... Ben Lambert
Greta Granstedt ... Mary Lambert
Dee Pollock ... Bill Lambert
Ross Elliott ... Deputy Lawson
Paul Hogan ... Kane
Mickey Simpson ... Jake

Season 3, Episode 27: A Stage for Mademoiselle

12 March 1953
The Lone Ranger is on the trail of Marianne Mornay, a famous and talented singer. He has noticed a pattern that in every town she sings a series of home and bank robberies occur.
John Hart ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Noreen Nash ... Marianne Mornay

Frank Wilcox ... Samuel DeWitt
Douglas Evans ... Rex Miller
Emmett Lynn ... Amos Carter
Edmund Cobb ... Sheriff Guthrie
Lane Bradford ... Zeke
Franklyn Farnum ... Man at Concert (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 28: Son by Adoption

19 March 1953
A young man who was adopted as a child and raised by a loving family has always believed that his real father is dead. Now the father, who is not dead but is a notorious outlaw leader, shows up, and the Lone Ranger and Tonto try to prevent his son from finding out who he is.
John Hart ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Russ Conway ... Hank Crowell
William Challee ... Swifty Seldon
Dennis Ross ... Terry Crowell
Frank Richards ... Jeb Logan
Peter Mamakos ... Gimp

Season 3, Episode 29: Mrs. Banker

26 March 1953
In order to find out who's behind a rash of stagecoach robberies, the Lone Ranger disguises himself as an old prospector.
John Hart ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Esther Somers ... Mabel Howard
Scott Elliott ... Bill Breck (as Robert Neil)

Dan White ... John Portis
Steve Mitchell ... Mike
Harmon Stevens ... Sheriff Jay Elston
Whitey Hughes ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 30: Trouble in Town

2 April 1953
When a bank is robbed, rumors start to fly that it is on the verge of collapse. The Lone Ranger and Tonto try to stop the rumors and head off a run on the bank, while at the same time tracking down the robbers and recovering the money.
John Hart ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Dayton Lummis ... Jonathan Wilkins

Lyle Talbot ... Roger Burnett
Ross Ford ... Tom Williard
Jim Moloney ... Ted Burnett
William Fawcett ... Bert Gilroy
Fred Essler ... Otto Heindorf
Mira McKinney ... Mrs. Peabody
John L. Cason ... Charlie (as John Cason)

Season 3, Episode 31: Black Gold

9 April 1953
The Lone Ranger encounters a geologist who while injured has mentioned the existence of oil in farmland around the town of Franklin. He becomes aware of a number of confidence men working the town trying to get the land very cheap.
John Hart ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Jim Hayward ... Newton Larch
Robert Shayne ... Leland Spinner
Todd Karns ... Kenny Austin
William Vedder ... Tad Wayburn

Season 3, Episode 32: The Durango Kid

16 April 1953
The Durango Kid has broken out of jail and has sworn to take revenge on the judge who put him in jail.
John Hart ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto

James Griffith ... The Durango Kid
Nan Leslie ... Molly O'Connel
Judd Holdren ... Larry Courtland
Lee Shumway ... Sheriff Jackson
Pierre Watkin ... Judge Scott
Fred Libby ... Slim
Tex Driscoll ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 33: The Deserter

23 April 1953
The Lone Range in company with Dan and Tonto encounter a private from the army who seems to have deserted during a battle.
John Hart ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Chuck Courtney ... Dan Reid

Rand Brooks ... Pvt. Jack Carey
Keith Richards ... Lieutenant Stevens
Gene Roth ... Dirk Blaisdell
Robert Foulk ... Sergeant Macy
Lane Bradford ... Smiley Hawks
Ed Cassidy ... Colonel (archive footage) (uncredited)
John Merton ... Lieutenant (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 34: Embezzler's Harvest

30 April 1953
A watch chain is crucial to the Lone Ranger's clearing the name and catching the killers of a man who was framed for embezzlement and then murdered.
John Hart ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Stephen Chase ... Martin Ludlow
Leonard Freeman ... Charlie Ludlow
Lois Hall ... Madeleine Dillon
Harry Harvey ... Tim Dillon

Season 3, Episode 35: El Toro

7 May 1953
Dan Reid, the Lone Ranger's nephew, once saved the life of notorious outlaw leader El Toro. When one of El Toro's gang goes hunting for the Lone Ranger and Tonto, Dan asks El Toro for his help.
John Hart ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Chuck Courtney ... Dan Reid (Lone Ranger's nephew)
Gene Wesson ... El Toro (as Eugene Wesson)
Richard Avonde ... Pete Caspar
Jim Hayward ... Slim Dawson
Robert Spencer ... Dusty
Stanley Blystone ... Sheriff Conners (as Stan Blystone)

Season 3, Episode 36: The Brown Pony

14 May 1953
The Lone Ranger and Tonto try to help a boy whose mother plans to sell his beloved brown pony. Two escaped convicts have told her that they have evidence to prove the innocence of her imprisoned husband, but they're demanding money for the information and her son's pony is the only thing of value she has to sell.
John Hart ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto

Lee Van Cleef ... Bull Harper
Dennis Ross ... Tommy Clayton
Adele Longmire ... Martha Clayton
Charles Stevens ... Pecos

Season 3, Episode 37: Triple Cross

21 May 1953
The Lone Range comes across a complex situation involving a stage coach robbery. The person involved in the robbery has confessed to everything, except where the money is.
John Hart ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
James Todd ... Sam Scott
Fred Coby ... Scar Wilson
John Cliff ... Dobe Anderson
Judy Nugent ... Susan Rich
Jack Ingram ... Sheriff Enright
Joe Haworth ... Deputy Ken Bruckner (as Joseph Haworth)

Season 3, Episode 38: Wake of War

28 May 1953
A town is still trying to heal from the emotional wounds created by the war of the states. The Lone ranger discovers someone has a lot to gain from stirring up trouble between the Northerners and Southerners.
John Hart ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto

Don Beddoe ... Proctor Davis
Richard Crane ... Jess Chase
Sheb Wooley ... Longstreet Turner
Hugh Prosser ... Hilton McCabe
John Crawford ... Deputy Phil Watts

Season 3, Episode 39: Death in the Forest

4 June 1953
After discovering a badly wounded old man near a deserted settler's shack, the Lone Ranger and Tonto discover that the territorial governor's bodyguard has been paid to assassinate the governor by a man who wishes to be governor.
John Hart ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Raymond Greenleaf ... Governor John Taggert
John Damler ... Earl Rand
Judd Holdren ... George Rand
Edwin Rand ... Leo Shell
Lee Roberts ... Sheriff Casey

DeForest Kelley ... Dr. David Barnes
Phil Tead ... Old Man
Mickey Simpson ... Cochran

Season 3, Episode 40: Gentleman from Julesburg

11 June 1953
The Lone Ranger and Tonto try to save a young man who has been framed for a robbery, and the way they can do it is to get the help of an old transient who bears an astounding likeness to a legendary gambler.
John Hart ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Eddy Waller ... Jules
Walter Reed ... Pete Stacey
Scott Elliott ... Bill Clark (as Robert Neil)
Robert Filmer ... Sheriff Martin
Nan Leslie ... Kitty Martin
Fred Libby ... Luce
Whitey Hughes ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 41: Hidden Fortune

18 June 1953
Two criminals just released from a ten-year prison sentence for robbery head for the spot where they buried their loot, only to find that a house has been build on it. The Lone Ranger and Tonto try to stop them from getting into the house to unearth their fortune.
John Hart ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Steve Darrell ... Ross Mason
Hugh Prosser ... Frank Carlson

Ann Doran ... Martha Carlson

I. Stanford Jolley ... Dave
Bruce Payne ... Warden Lewis
Whitey Hughes ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 42: The Old Cowboy

25 June 1953
The Lone Ranger and Tonto come to the aid of an old-timer, too stubborn to admit that his eyesight is failing, who has been tricked by crooks who want his land into believing that he's responsible for the murder of a railroad agent.
John Hart ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Russell Simpson ... Jack Brewster
Steve Brodie ... Rafe Paulson
Frank Fenton ... Harry Gibson
Bill Slack ... Ox Grant
Terry Frost ... Sheriff Blake

Denver Pyle ... Deputy French

Season 3, Episode 43: Woman from Omaha

2 July 1953
A woman inherits a stage line, the manager of which sabotages the business and attempts to blame a competitor so the woman will sell out cheap and the competitor will go to jail so the man can control the stage business and mail contract.
John Hart ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Minerva Urecal ... Nell Martin
John Damler ... Lem Bixby
Harry Harvey ... Sam Blake
John Cliff ... Spike
Charles Horvath ... Joe

Hank Worden ... Whip
Terry Wilson ... Hank

Season 3, Episode 44: Gunpowder Joe

9 July 1953
Members of the outlaw Cavendish gang just released from prison immediately resume their criminal ways and dupe an honest blaster into taking a job to free stolen loot from its location under mine rock.
John Hart ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Chubby Johnson ... Gunpowder Joe

Glenn Strange ... Tom Casley
Frank Richards ... Duke
Mauritz Hugo ... Slim Gallagher
Herbert Lytton ... Sam Caldwell (as Herb Lytton)
Stanley Blystone ... Sheriff (as Stan Blystone)

Season 3, Episode 45: The Midnight Rider

16 July 1953
The Lone Ranger and Tonto are in the Shield River area in search of a daring outlaw The Midnight Rider who has staged a series of robberies against a local mine. What they discover about the outlaw surprises everyone
John Hart ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto

Darryl Hickman ... Bob Jessup
Harry Woods ... Jim Benson
Steve Darrell ... Carl Jessup
Harry Cheshire ... Doc Wilson
Hal K. Dawson ... Charlie
Mickey Simpson ... Hank
Edward Hearn ... Sheriff McClure (as Guy E. Hearn)
Sailor Vincent ... Biff (as Billy Vincent)

Season 3, Episode 46: Stage to Estacado

23 July 1953
The Lone Ranger and Tonto head for Estacado when a gold strike in the area attracts a confidence man Dan Gerber
John Hart ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Ian MacDonald ... Dan Gerber

Lee Van Cleef ... Jango
Sheb Wooley ... Don Wyman
Phyllis Coates ... Ann Wyman
Douglas Evans ... Cass Warren
Monte Blue ... Sheriff Ed Gilman

Season 3, Episode 47: The Perfect Crime

30 July 1953
A young schoolteacher has discovered that another teacher is actually an outlaw planning to rob the bank. The Lone Ranger and Tonto learn that he plans to kidnap her to stop her from revealing his identity and his plans, and they rush to stop her abduction.
John Hart ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto

Hayden Rorke ... Professor Craig Gordon
Phyllis Coates ... Naomi Courtwright
Richard Avonde ... Bart Devlin

Robert Bray ... Dan Glick
Edna Holland ... Liz Powell
Terry Frost ... Sheriff
Bud Osborne ... Stagecoach Driver

Season 3, Episode 48: The Ghost of Coyote Canyon

6 August 1953
A gang of thieves has convinced the people of Crooked Fork that a nearby canyon, which they're using for a hideout, is haunted by ghosts. The Lone Ranger and Tonto must prove to the townspeople that they're wrong, and bring the gang to justice.
John Hart ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Lucien Littlefield ... Crazy Joe
John Pickard ... Henry Flack
Richard Alexander ... Meeker

Marshall Reed ... Walter Vail
Tom London ... Sheriff Allbright

Hank Worden ... Ed
Franklyn Farnum ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 49: Old Bailey

13 August 1953
The Lone Ranger and Tonto try to help an old derelict who has been framed by gamblers for the murder of a wealthy rancher, who they killed because of a gambling debt.
John Hart ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Phil Tead ... Old Bailey
Bruce Cowling ... J. O. Cain
John Crawford ... Otto
Ray Montgomery ... Walt Wortham
Steve Pendleton ... Sheriff Moss

Season 3, Episode 50: Prisoner in Jeopardy

20 August 1953
The stage to Deep Well is robbed. The people responsible decide to frame a freshly released prisoner who is due in town to marry his sweetheart.
John Hart ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto

Frank Wilcox ... Slate Corbaley
Richard Crane ... Bob West
Dorothy Patrick ... Virginia Elston
House Peters Jr. ... O'Neil
Dick Rich ... Bernal
Stanley Blystone ... Sheriff Roberts (as Stan Blystone)
Carl von Schiller ... Thorsen (as Jerome Sheldon)

Season 3, Episode 51: Diamond in the Rough

27 August 1953
While the Lone Ranger is visiting the Govenor of the Western Territory, he is asked to help cover a group of diplomats from another country on tour through the territory.
John Hart ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Leo Britt ... Rex Jordan
Emory Parnell ... James A. M. Boswell
House Peters Jr. ... Bat Anders
Harry Lauter ... Marshal Hayes
Al Wyatt Sr. ... Deputy Bill (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 52: The Red Mark

3 September 1953
The Lone Ranger is returning to his silver mine to replenish his ammunition when he discovers a famous criminal, Hank Durgan has been seen around Badger City.
John Hart ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Stephen Roberts ... Hank Durgan (as Steve Roberts)
Alan Wells ... Bob Larkin
Frank Fenton ... Andrew Larkin
Paul Bryar ... Jeb Parkes
Tom London ... Sheriff Dexter

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: The Fugitive

9 September 1954
The Lone Ranger is instructed to locate Clay Trowbridge, a man wrongly convicted of robbery and murder but who'd broken out of jail to avoid a lynch mob. With the real instigator of the crimes in custody the race is on to find Clay before someone cashes in on the wanted dead or alive posters still in circulation. Clay, unaware of his pardon and desperate for money plans to actually commit a robbery. Will the Lone Ranger be able to find this innocent man before he really does become a criminal.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto

Paul Langton ... Clay Trowbridge
Charlita ... Rosita

John Doucette ... Blaze

Denver Pyle ... Stack
Griff Barnett ... Dr. Bryant
Bob Woodward ... Stage Driver #1 (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 2: Ex-Marshal

16 September 1954
While the Lone Ranger and Tonto are tracking the Compton gang they come across a famous law man Frank Dean who had faked his own death and dropped out from sight. The Ranger needs to come up with a plan that will not only take down the Compton gang but unravel the mystery behind the former lawman's unusual behavior.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto

Ray Teal ... Frank Dean
Stanley Clements ... Lou Compton
House Peters Jr. ... Chick Compton
John L. Cason ... Barney Compton (as John Cason)
Tyler McVey ... Sheriff

Glenn Strange ... Stagecoach Driver (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 3: Message to Fort Apache

23 September 1954
The Lone Ranger gets involved in trying to break up a gang that is selling guns to Indians around Fort Apache. The gang knows the jig is nearly up, however they are waiting for payment by the Indians for one last shipment before heading for the Mexican border. Innocent lives are put at risk as the gang will stop at nothing to complete their deal. Can the Lone Ranger saves those put at risk by the gang and avoid another Indian war

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Steve Brodie ... Jack Boyer

Chick Chandler ... Rev. Walter Foster
Scott Elliott ... Lt. Jack Quincy
Nancy Hale ... Mary Foster
Sheb Wooley ... Hatton
Lane Bradford ... Gus
Fay Roope ... Colonel Gaines
Charles Meredith ... Dr. Scott
Harry Harvey ... Clem (as Harry Harvey Sr.)

Robert Livingston ... Major Harvey
Bob Woodward ... Stagecoach Driver (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 4: The Frightened Woman

30 September 1954
Tonto witnesses a robbery in "Powder Bend" The local sheriff thinks he is connected with the event and tries to arrest him. Tonto escapes and with the help of the Lone Ranger intends to find the bandit.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Emlen Davies ... Jenny Houston
Bruce Cowling ... John Morgan
Richard Travis ... Deputy Bowmont
Zon Murray ... Waco
Emmett Lynn ... Pete
Rickey Murray ... Tommy Houston (as Ricky Murray)
Don C. Harvey ... Sheriff Lake (as Don Harvey)

Season 4, Episode 5: Gold Town

7 October 1954
The death of a prospector leads to the Lone Ranger inheriting half the value of a gold mine. Bandits kidnap the other person to inherit the money and attempt to imitate him.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Edward Ashley ... Edgar Wellington
James Craven ... Kirk Meacham
Pierre Watkin ... Dan Sherwood
Earle Hodgins ... Barnaby Boggs
Myron Healey ... Corey
James Parnell ... Ringo
Anthony Sydes ... Tommy Denton

Season 4, Episode 6: Six-Gun Sanctuary

14 October 1954
The Lone Ranger and Tonto are puzzled over the number of outlaws that have recently disappeared. They soon discover Reedville has been set up as a sanctuary for wanted criminals.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto

Don Beddoe ... Whittaker
Douglas Kennedy ... Sheriff Tom Lowell
Harry Harvey Jr. ... Rod Lowell
Robert Williams ... Hefty Phelps (as Robert B. Williams)
Frank Fenton ... Walt Smith
Hal Baylor ... Notch Brice

Season 4, Episode 7: Outlaw's Trail

21 October 1954
The Lone Ranger tracks an outlaw, Reno Lawrence to the small town of Painted Post. There he discovers conflict between the ranchers and farmers. He also discovers the sheriff and deputy may have a hidden past.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Chris Drake ... Jim Sage (as Christian Drake)

Robert Bray ... Deputy Joe Tarbuck

Jack Elam ... Reno Lawrence
Hugh Sanders ... Clyde Norton
Clarence Straight ... Sheriff Charlie Park
Rory Mallinson ... Ray Kelly
Robert Bice ... Marshal John Lawton

Season 4, Episode 8: Stage to Tishomingo

28 October 1954
Tonto and the Lone Ranger travel to the town of Gunsight to investigate a series of stranger stage coach robberies. It appears someone is trying to put the local stage coach company out of business. But who, and more importantly why?.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Kenneth Patterson ... Morton Harper
Don Megowan ... Henchman Cherokee Smith
Robert Foulk ... Joe Crockett
Mira McKinney ... Matron
Lane Bradford ... Henchman Matt Rusk
Ben Welden ... Joel Conway
Robert Carson ... Sheriff Dal Hastings

Hank Worden ... Ike Beatty, Stage Driver
Si Jenks ... Jeff Corby, Stage Guard

Season 4, Episode 9: Texas Draw

4 November 1954
The Lone Ranger breaks up a fight between John Thorpe a land owner and a gang lead by Crane Dillion. Then a third man William Hubbard arrives in the town on a strange mission.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Barry Kelley ... Brother John Thorpe
James Westerfield ... Crane Dillon
Christopher Dark ... Dr. William Hubbard

Marion Ross ... Ginny Thorpe
Joe Haworth ... Henchman Brazos
Frank Richards ... Henchman Matt

Season 4, Episode 10: Rendezvous at Whipsaw

11 November 1954
Tonto, while riding into the town of Whipsaw encounters a someone trying to kill Mrs Mac, star witness in an up coming trial of Bat Larson. The Lone Ranger decides to go into the town to help protect other witnesses who may be in danger.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Anne O'Neal ... Maud McKenzie

Don Beddoe ... Silas Hartwell
Hugh Sanders ... Matthew Block

John Doucette ... Henchman Kelso

Paul Brinegar ... Henchman Frankie

Clancy Cooper ... Sheriff Bill Cooper
William Haade ... Bat Larson

Season 4, Episode 11: Dan Reid's Fight for Life

18 November 1954
Dan Reid, the Lone Rangers nephew sees a Texas Ranger (Roy Barnett) ambushed by two outlaws. Barnett survives the attack and explains he has been tracking the Cardoza gang. The Lone Ranger decides to team up with Barnett and try to stop the gang.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Chuck Courtney ... Dan Reid (Lone Ranger's nephew)
Nestor Paiva ... Juan Pedro Cardoza
Mickey Simpson ... Henchman Red Dixon
Henry Kulky ... Henchman Gus Gottwalls
John Stephenson ... Ranger Roy Barnett
Nacho Galindo ... Pancho

Season 4, Episode 12: Tenderfoot

25 November 1954
The Lone Ranger and Tonto come across dead cattle and a poisoned water hole on a ranch. They suspect they have stumbled onto a range war and decide to investigate what is going on.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto

Robert Horton ... Charles Pettigrew DeWitt III
Dan Riss ... Gregg Stacey
Hal Baylor ... Judd Collins
William Forrest ... Jim Ferris
Martin Garralaga ... Pete Morales
George Chandler ... Editor Ed Barker

Season 4, Episode 13: A Broken Match

2 December 1954
The Lone Ranger comes across a double murder and former criminal Jeff Williams discovered nearby. It is assumed by the local sheriff that Williams is guilty, but the Lone Ranger and Tonto have their doubts.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto

Whit Bissell ... Herman Martin

Robert Quarry ... Jeff Williams
Glen Gordon ... Bert Fallon, Lead henchman
Paul Keast ... Banker Frank Scott
Nan Leslie ... Jean Scott
Fred Coby ... Henchman Cal
Don C. Harvey ... Sheriff Briggs (as Don Harvey)
Phil Tead ... John Walker

Season 4, Episode 14: Colorado Gold

9 December 1954
The Lone Ranger receives a letter from an old friend explaining her son is coming out to look at a goldmine that reports indicate has gone dry. The Lone Ranger decides to do all he can to help the tenderfoot in his investigation.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Gil Donaldson ... Jim Farnum
Robert Shayne ... Luther Gage
Norman Keats ... Pete Lasco
Claudia Barrett ... Mary Tanner
Gene Roth ... Barney, the Blacksmith
George Barrows ... Red, mine henchman
Mike Dengate ... Stage Driver

Season 4, Episode 15: Homer with a High Hat

16 December 1954
The Lone Ranger and Tonto are on the way to Mordock City on the trail of missing gold from a recent robbery. A practical joke played on a visitor to the town puts his life in jeopard, and any chance of finding the gold even more remote.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto

Chick Chandler ... Homer Potts

Tom Brown ... Billy-Be-Hung
Minerva Urecal ... Ma Hank
Kathleen Crowley ... Cindy Powers

Peter Hansen ... Marshall Jim
Fred Libby ... Henchman Vince
Terry Frost ... Lafe, the Deputy
Duane Grey ... Henchman Garvey (as Rex Thorsen)

Season 4, Episode 16: Two for Juan Ringo

23 December 1954
The Lone Ranger and Tonto arrive in Border City to see his secret banker, George Wilson. Wilson explains things have become tough, Edward Ashton a well known criminal has been slowly taking over the town. The Lone Ranger decides he needs to shut down Ashton's operation.

Clayton Moore ... Lone Ranger posing as Juan Ringo

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto

John Hoyt ... Edward Ashton

Lyle Talbot ... Banker George Wilson

Robert Bray ... Henchman Mace
John L. Cason ... Henchman Trip (as John Cason)

Dennis Moore ... Agent John Moloney
Bert Holland ... Sam, Waiter

Season 4, Episode 17: The Globe

30 December 1954
Tonto witnesses the shooting of an old prospector 'Cherokee' flush with money from the sale of a disused gold mine. The Lone Ranger decides they need to investigate when he realizes the motive of the shooting was not robbery.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto

Frank Ferguson ... Lester Grey
Gregg Palmer ... Stanley Ammons
Stuart Randall ... Wardell Young
Michael Whalen ... Marshal Hawkins
Phil Tead ... Cherokee Webster

Phil Chambers ... Charlie Bostic

Season 4, Episode 18: Dan Reid's Sacrifice

6 January 1955
The Lone Ranger and Tonto become increasingly frustrated over a series of horse rustling incidents in the area. After two weeks they are no closer to identifying the gang responsible.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Chuck Courtney ... Dan Reid (Lone Ranger's nephew)
Percy Helton ... Pete Travis
Mickey Knox ... Slade Lewis
Fred Graham ... Henchman Blackie
John Cliff ... Henchman Ron Thursday
Bill Kennedy ... Henchman Rusty Smith

Season 4, Episode 19: Enfield Rifle

13 January 1955
Mr Vale, the local Indian agent at Fort Manning gets word an Army pay shipment is arriving the next day. He alerts the local Indians and arranges for them to steal the money and use it to buy guns. The Lone Ranger must stop Vale and the Indians if he wishes to avoid a full blown Indian War.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto

Frank Ferguson ... Oscar Vale
Peter Mamakos ... Gun smuggler Pierre
Bobker Ben Ali ... Gun smuggler Jacques
Maurice Jara ... Running Deer
Rico Alaniz ... Gray Wolf
Walter Coy ... Colonel Dower

Rand Brooks ... Lieutenant Tipton

Season 4, Episode 20: The School Story

20 January 1955
The town of Rugged Gap has raised money for a new school. Tonto is wrongly accused of stealing the money when a group of men disguised as Indians steal the funds. The Lone Ranger is outraged at the theft and realizes he needs to clear Tonto's name.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto

Lee Aaker ... Tommy Righter
Norman Keats ... Jeb Cates

John Doucette ... Lew Cates
Madge Meredith ... Mrs. Righter
Dick Elliott ... Storekeeper
Stanley Andrews ... Deacon Caleb
Paul Birch ... Sheriff
Raymond Meurer ... Ticket Clerk

Season 4, Episode 21: The Quiet Highwayman

27 January 1955
The town of Bakerville has been terrorized by the "Quiet Highwayman' The local law is powerless to to stop the attacks. The Lone Ranger is called in by the United States Marshall to try and apprehend them.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Chuck Courtney ... Dan Reid (Lone Ranger's nephew)
Hugh Sanders ... Gill Canby
Dan Riss ... Frank Atkins
Kathryn Card ... Flora Bates
Harry Harvey ... Ed Bates (as Harry Harvey Sr.)
Francis McDonald ... Sheriff Lathrop
Dennis King Jr. ... Henchman Slick
Roger Creed ... Henchman Orson

Season 4, Episode 22: Heritage of Treason

3 February 1955
Ace Martin and Windy, two confidence men approach a local land owner Mr Halsted with a scheme that could see Mr Halsted owning the entire Arizona territory. The Lone Ranger must stop the scheme before Mr Halsted loses everything he owns.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Stuart Randall ... Ace Martin
Charles Halton ... Mr. Halsted
Don Haggerty ... Sheriff
Peter Whitney ... Windy Grant
Ed Hinton ... Stag the Mute

Burt Mustin ... Stage Driver

Season 4, Episode 23: The Lost Chalice

10 February 1955
The Lone Ranger and Tonto stop to visit their old friend 'The padre' to see what they could do to help with a lack of water. While there, an old chalice is stolen from the Church. As the Lone Ranger tries to discover who stole the cup, it becomes apparent there is something far more valuable at stake.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto

James Griffith ... Hoakey Carter

Joe Turkel ... Henchman Judd
William Challee ... Henchman Reno
Julian Rivero ... Jose
Edward Colmans ... The Padre

Argentina Brunetti ... Maria

Season 4, Episode 24: Code of the Pioneers

17 February 1955
A ruthless town boss arranges a wave of robbery and murder to discredit the town marshal and steals the printing equipment of an unsupportive newspaper to get his candidate for sheriff elected.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger
Chuck Courtney ... Dan Reid (Lone Ranger's nephew)

Lyle Talbot ... Elias Bradley
Walter Reed ... Marshal Bill Grant
Emlen Davies ... Mrs. Curtis
Bill Kennedy ... Henchman Ames
Harry Lauter ... Luke Potter
Paul Keast ... Sam Hawkins
Barry Curtis ... Jimmy Curtis
Morgan Shaan ... Henchman Pete (as Ron Sha'an)

Season 4, Episode 25: The Law Lady

24 February 1955
The Lone Ranger discovers that the sheriff of Gunstock has been murdered and his widow has taken his place. Tonto and the Lone Ranger head for town to try and solve the murder.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto

Marjorie Lord ... Sheriff Clare Lee

Peter Hansen ... Deputy Bill Taylor
Richard Travis ... Chad Harrison
Don Garrett ... Henchman Smitty

Season 4, Episode 26: Uncle Ed

3 March 1955
The Lone Ranger and Tonto encounter and old man, uncle Ed and explain he needs to keep an eye out for Lefty Mott's gang. Uncle Ed feels there is a chance for him to prove his usefulness again and goes after the gang.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto

Will Wright ... Uncle Ed Andrews
Peter Mamakos ... Lefty Mott (as Pete Mamakos)
Ed Hinton ... Henchman Jake Logan
Bruce Cowling ... Frank Adams
June Whitley Taylor ... Laura Adams (as June Whitley)

Frank Hagney ... Henchman Mike Carney
John Damler ... Sheriff Grey
Nadine Ashdown ... Susan Adams (as Nadene Ashdown)

Season 4, Episode 27: Jornada Del Muerto

10 March 1955
The Lone Ranger come across a scout wounded and dying from an Indian attack. Before he dies he tells the Lone Ranger that a white man who has gone native and now called Crazy Wolf was responsible.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Joseph Vitale ... Chief Luzito

Rick Vallin ... Crazy Wolf Cantrell
Richard Crane ... Lieutenant Wilson
Steven Ritch ... Juan
John Hubbard ... Major Trask
Ray Montgomery ... Courier
Marshall Bradford ... Doctor
Raymond Meurer ... Guard

Season 4, Episode 28: Sunstroke Mesa

17 March 1955
Dan rides into Mesa City to make a donation to the local town for their irrigation project. Before the money is secured it is stolen. Dan rides after the outlaws to try and get the money back. The Lone Ranger realizes the danger Dan is in and the need to catch the criminals.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Chuck Courtney ... Dan Reid (Lone Ranger's nephew)
John Pickard ... Matt Coleman

Dwayne Hickman ... Johnny Barton
John Mansfield ... Henchman Vic Murdock
Joseph Crehan ... Lawyer Walter Crofts
Don C. Harvey ... Sheriff Craven (as Don Harvey)

Season 4, Episode 29: Sawtelle Saga's End

24 March 1955
The Lone Ranger on the trail of two slippery masked robbers find they are the nephews of a ostensibly law abiding woman who cynically manages the nephew's criminal activities.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto

Frances Bavier ... Aunt Maggie Sawtelle

Peter Hansen ... Peter Sawtelle
Robert Foulk ... Benjamin Sawtelle
William Forrest ... Sheriff Taylor
Paul Keast ... Matt Welsh

Season 4, Episode 30: The Too-Perfect Signature

31 March 1955
A change in railway planning makes the ranch owned by Tom Tabor extremely valuable. A number of people heavily invested in where the railway is to run become extremely interested in purchasing Tom's ranch.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto

Ray Teal ... Tom Tabor
Katherine Warren ... Agatha Tabor (as Katharine Warren)
Stacy Keach Sr. ... Henry Stacy (as Stacey Keach)
Will J. White ... Henchman Matt Corson (as Will White)
Charles Meredith ... Dr. Gotwals
Terry Frost ... Sheriff

Glenn Strange ... Stagecoach Driver

Season 4, Episode 31: Trigger Finger

7 April 1955
The Lone Ranger and sheriff John Trent find a stage with a dead driver and the gold on board missing. Following the trail left by the outlaws, they find and shoot Hook Mason. The local newspaper begin a campaign against the sheriff accusing him of shooting an innocent man.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger
Chuck Courtney ... Dan Reid (Lone Ranger's nephew)
Douglas Kennedy ... Sheriff John Trent

Kasey Rogers ... Mary Mason (as Laura Elliot)
Keith Richards ... Hook Mason
Stacy Keach Sr. ... Editor Frank Crowell (as Stacy Keach)
Taggart Casey ... Henchman Miller
Mickey Simpson ... Henchman Holt
Steve Dunhill ... Deputy Zack

Season 4, Episode 32: The Tell-Tale Bullet

14 April 1955
While visiting the town of Jarvis, the Lone Ranger learns that the outlaw Cash Nasby has been released from jail. The Lone Ranger does not believe Nasby could by reformed in just two years and decides to follow him and see what he is planning.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto

Roy Roberts ... Dr. Harris Doyle

Anthony Caruso ... Tuck Hanna
Mason Alan Dinehart ... Howard Doyle (as Alan Dinehart III)
John L. Cason ... Henchman Cash Nasby (as John Cason)

Dennis Weaver ... Henchman Jeb Sullivan

Season 4, Episode 33: False Accusations

21 April 1955
The Lone Ranger gets word that the town of Rock Point New Mexico is being terrorized by a strange midnight rider who has been staging hold ups all over New Mexico. The Lone Ranger decides to investigate.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto

Whit Bissell ... John Delroy

Robert Bray ... Mike Barty
Harry Harvey ... Fred Niles (as Harry Harvey Sr.)
Michael Whalen ... Sheriff Charlie McClelland
Bruce Cowling ... Marshal Bill Collins

Marshall Reed ... The Deputy

Season 4, Episode 34: Gold Freight

28 April 1955
Dan reports a freight line war between two agents is developing in Eagle City. The Lone Ranger fears one of them might abuse their monopoly further damaging the economy of the area.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Chuck Courtney ... Dan Reid (Lone Ranger's nephew)

Ted de Corsia ... Sam Slater
House Peters Jr. ... Jake Ronson
Dick Wessel ... Suede Nelson (as Richard Wessell)
Kenneth MacDonald ... Sheriff Mason
Jim Diehl ... Tom, Wagon driver (as James Diehl)
Fred Libby ... Blustery gold shipper
Craig Duncan ... Henry (as Ken Duncan Jr.)

Season 4, Episode 35: Wanted: The Lone Ranger

5 May 1955
The Lone Ranger and Tonto have been involved in an ongoing action against the inhabitants of Windgate City. A town set up as a refuge for any outlaw seeking sanctuary.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Jesse White ... Colonel Willoughby J. Oglethorpe
Richard Travis ... Buck Wingate
William Challee ... Henchman Hawk
Sheb Wooley ... Henchman Tex
Alex Jackson ... Bobo the clown (as Al Jackson)
Ray Saunders ... Kinky the clown
James Courtney ... Flick
Mike Dengate ... Corey

Season 4, Episode 36: The Woman in the White Mask

12 May 1955
The Lone Ranger and Dan encounter a stage drive who'd been shot. He explains he was attacked by the Woman in the white mask gang. The Lone Ranger decides to investigate and try to break up the gang.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger
Chuck Courtney ... Dan Reid (Lone Ranger's nephew)
Phyllis Coates ... Mary Prince, alias Jane Johnson

Denver Pyle ... Colby
Richard Reeves ... Dike (as Dick Reeves)
Jack Dimond ... Robert Prince, alias Phil Johnson
Peter M. Thompson ... Jeff Stevens (as Peter Thompson)
Gregg Barton ... Stage Driver

Season 4, Episode 37: Bounty Hunter

19 May 1955
The Lone Ranger intercepts Glen Bolton's gang when they attempt a holdup of a stage. Bolton is wounded and seeks help from one of the local people.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Russ Conway ... Lex Sharp
Richard Reeves ... Glenn Bolton
Pierre Watkin ... Sheriff Collins
Gilbert Fallman ... Doc Williams (as Gil Fallman)

Season 4, Episode 38: Showdown at Sand Creek

26 May 1955
The Lone Ranger is on the way to Sand Creek to see Sheriff Clay Huston when news they sheriff's been killed. The Lone Ranger does not think it is a coincident that long time outlaw Willie Brady has also arrived in town.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Chris Drake ... Sheriff Jim Houston (as Christian Drake)
Paul Burke ... Willy Brady
Nancy Hale ... Betty Houston
Stacy Keach Sr. ... Wesley Carter (as Stacy Keach)
Robert Williams ... Henchman Blake (as Robert B. Williams)
Phil Tead ... Pop Dawson, storekeeper

Season 4, Episode 39: Heart of a Cheater

9 June 1955
Dan, while collecting supplies from Dravis witnesses a bank hold up. The Lone Ranger follows the trail and come across a farm, the two are connected and the Ranger needs to figure out how.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger
Chuck Courtney ... Dan Reid (Lone Ranger's nephew)
Eddy Waller ... Grandpa Jim Haskell
Tommy Ivo ... Shelby Haskell
Natalie Masters ... Elizabeth Haskell
John Pickard ... Moose Miller
William Challee ... Henchman Pecos Smith

Season 4, Episode 40: The Swami

16 June 1955
The Lone Ranger visit an old friend Hardrock Hazen, only to discover the man has been shot and wounded. Meanwhile Dan has a strange encounter with Swami Yoganto while traveling through Rockville.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Chuck Courtney ... Dan Reid (Lone Ranger's nephew)
Earle Hodgins ... Barnaby Boggs
Eddy Waller ... Hardrock Hazen
Lou Krugman ... Steve 'Swami Yoganto' Smith
Kem Dibbs ... Spike Naylor, Lead henchman
Chuck Cason ... Henchman Dobe (as Chuck Carson)

Season 4, Episode 41: Sheriff's Sale

23 June 1955
The Lone Ranger hears that an old friend sheriff Jack Morrison is having trouble with an outlaw Hutch Conant who has been slowly taking over a local town by applying economic pressure to the locals and forcing them to stay quiet.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto

Peter Hansen ... Sheriff Jack Morrison
Larry J. Blake ... Hutch Conant (as Larry Blake)
Helen Seamon ... Shirley Morrison
Thurston Hall ... Claude Pierce, Banker
Larry Hudson ... Ed Gullion
Aaron Saxon ... Henchman Tiger

Season 4, Episode 42: Six-Gun Artist

30 June 1955
The Lone Ranger and Tonto hear of a string of stage coach robberies in the area. They head for Mesa Junction where the Lone Ranger thinks the gang is located.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Elaine Riley ... Julia Gregory
Norman Willis ... Hack Davis, Lead henchman

Guy Williams ... Sheriff Will Harrington
Mort Mills ... Henchman Lafe
Emmett Lynn ... Hutch, Stagecoach Driver

Season 4, Episode 43: Death Goes to Press

7 July 1955
The Lone Ranger and Tonto get word that Sheriff Hubbard is under pressure from the press in Cactus City about his performance and morals. The Lone Ranger knows the sheriff well and decides to go to the town to see what the truth is.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto

Peter Hansen ... Smiley Phillips (as Peter Hanson)

Frank Ferguson ... Cassius Holt
Guy Sorel ... Sheriff Newt Hubbard
Kenneth MacDonald ... Deputy Zack
Addison Richards ... Colonel Ingersoll

Season 4, Episode 44: Return of Dice Dawson

14 July 1955
Dice Dawson, a well known outlaw to the Lone Ranger has become active again around Elliot City. The Lone Ranger goes to investigate, but he has doubts about Dawson's activity and wants to uncover the real truth.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto

Harry Carey Jr. ... Dice Dawson, alias Jay Thomasson
James Todd ... Ken Elliott
Harry Lauter ... Henchman Jack Duff
Barbara Eiler ... Nellie Thomasson
Herbert Heyes ... Sheriff Dave Chamberlain
Al Wyatt Sr. ... Marshal Lanning (as Al Wyatt)

Season 4, Episode 45: Adventure at Arbuckle

21 July 1955
The Lone Ranger gets news that the town of Arbuckle has been over run by outlaws and is now being used as a sanctuary. Using a disguise he decides to infiltrate the town and see what the situation is.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto

Ray Teal ... Doc Grayson
Nan Leslie ... Susan Starr
Lou Krugman ... Case Gordon

James Griffith ... Sheriff Dick Sundell
William Challee ... Bad-Eye Dixon
Paul Keast ... Howard Biddle

Season 4, Episode 46: The Return

28 July 1955
The Lone Ranger saves a woman from outlaws only to discover he'd recently jailed her brother for murder. She goes to her brother to find out what the real situation is.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Yvette Duguay ... Talana (as Yvette Dugay)
Christopher Dark ... Kat-Kem

Frank Wilcox ... Bradford - Indian Agent
Terry Frost ... Sheriff Grenfell
Reed Howes ... Stage Driver

Season 4, Episode 47: Framed for Murder

4 August 1955
Jim Baker strikes it rich with a gold claim. He insists a local shop keeper be declared a partner. Unknown to Jim, the shop keeper has a dark past and is being blackmailed.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto

James Best ... Jim Blake (as Jimmy Best)

David Bruce ... John Carter

Whit Bissell ... Roger Gilman
Robert Carson ... Sheriff Dawson
Jan Shepard ... Ruth Foster
Marshall Bradford ... Tom Foster

Season 4, Episode 48: Trapped

11 August 1955
Gaff Morgan and Jack Hall escape from a local prison. The Lone Ranger and Tonto decide to track the two down and bring them to justice, but Morgan and Hall are following their own plan.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto

Frank Ferguson ... Henchman Bennett
Taggart Casey ... Gaff Morgan

John Doucette ... Deputy Sawyer
Robert Ellis ... Jack 'Kid' Hall
Marshall Bradford ... The Sheriff

Season 4, Episode 49: The Bait: Gold!

18 August 1955
The Lone Ranger and Tonto see a stage being robbed and ride to intercept the bandits. After securing the situation, the Lone Ranger realizes the holdup is part of a string of such robberies and decides to get to the bottom of the mystery.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
George N. Neise ... Fred Fulton (as George Neise)
Richard Avonde ... Bart, Lead Robber
John Phillips ... Hank, Second Robber
Michael Whalen ... Tom Harding
Joan Hovis ... Terry Harding

Hank Worden ... Jud, Stagecoach Driver

Season 4, Episode 50: The Sheriff's Wife

25 August 1955
The Lone Ranger and Tonto gets word that Parkersburg is being threatened by two violent criminals, the Miles brothers. The Lone Ranger and Tonto decide to go to Parkersburg and capture the two criminals.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto

Jack Elam ... Jack Miles

Joe Turkel ... Ray Miles (as Joseph Turkel)
Hugh Sanders ... Deputy Buck Waters
Elaine Edwards ... Ella Russell
John Bryant ... Sheriff Frank Russell

Season 4, Episode 51: Counterfeit Redskins

1 September 1955
Three men dress as Indians to try and intimidate local homesteaders into moving out or attacking the real local Indians. Either way the land owners run the risk of losing their land.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto

Paul Langton ... Regis Bassett

John Doucette ... Beau Slate
Harry Lauter ... Henchman Garth Sandrich

Russell Johnson ... Tom Levering
Mel Welles ... Sheriff Pender
Peter Mamakos ... Chief Gray Eagle
Wayne Schatter ... Henchman Reno

Season 4, Episode 52: One Nation, Indivisible

8 September 1955
Two brothers, working their way west after they lose their farm because of the Civil War, encounter the Lone Ranger and learn about what a future can be if they can let go of the past.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Tyler MacDuff ... Brad Stanton
Don Garner ... Jeff Stanton

Lyle Talbot ... Banker Fred Logan

Roy Barcroft ... Sheriff Maxwell

Rand Brooks ... Ben Logan
Watson Downs ... Tom Davis

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: The Wooden Rifle

13 September 1956
A young boy sees a man shot and killed. Things become complicated when it appears a man is being framed for the murder.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto

Rand Brooks ... Al Sommers
Barbara Knudson ... Nancy Sommers (as Barbara Ann Knudson)
Paul Engle ... Danny Sommers
Sydney Mason ... Ed Dekker
William Challee ... Deputy Sheriff Jed Crawley (as Bill Challee)
Bud Osborne ... Judge Saunders (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 2: The Sheriff of Smoke Tree

20 September 1956
A young man with no experience takes on the position as the new law man in a town. After a rocky start a chance encounter with the Lone Ranger and some encouraging words see the young man become surprisingly good at the job

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Ron Hagerthy ... Buck Webb
John Beradino ... Lem Crater
Mickey Simpson ... Henchman Slim Peake
Tudor Owen ... Mason

Slim Pickens ... Joe Boley
Lee Roberts ... Stage Guard (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 3: The Counterfeit Mask

27 September 1956
A bandit has been impersonating the Lone Ranger, tarnishing his reputation as he robs and kills innocent people. The Lone Ranger is surprised when he is arrested by an old friend, the local sheriff.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Sydney Mason ... Sheriff Brad Calloway
John Cliff ... Al Keller aka Rankin
Paul Engle ... Joe Wilkins
William Challee ... Henchman Blade (as Bill Challee)
Barbara Knudson ... Mrs. Wilkins (uncredited)
Sandy Sanders ... Henchman Jay (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 4: No Handicap

4 October 1956
The Douglas gang commit a series of violent crimes and a soon to retire sheriff is blinded during one of the robberies. The Lone Ranger attempts to try and make things right.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto

Will Wright ... Marshal Griff Allison
Gary Marshall ... Johnny Allison
John Beradino ... Cole Douglas
James Parnell ... Billy Douglas (as Jim Parnell)
Ron Hagerthy ... Deputy Marshal Jim Hannah
Tudor Owen ... Doctor Reed
Mickey Simpson ... Douglas Gang Member (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 5: The Cross of Santo Domingo

11 October 1956
The Lone Ranger meets a monk who has just been robbed of a valuable religious relic. He with Tonto set out to capture the outlaws and return the relic to the people of Santo Domingo.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto

Denver Pyle ... Arley McQueen

Johnny Crawford ... Tommy McQueen (as John Crawford)
Jeanne Bates ... Amy McQueen
Gregg Barton ... Brick Norton
Ric Roman ... Father Juan
Larry Johns ... Sheriff Hobart
Lane Bradford ... Henchman Jed (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 6: White Hawk's Decision

18 October 1956
The Lone Ranger and Tonto arrive at an Indian village which is in conflict after the arrival of a college educated Indian amongst them. The Lone Ranger must try to bring peace to the group and allow them to move forward in developing the country around them.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Edmund Hashim ... Little Hawk (as Ed Hashim)
Robert Swan ... Fleet Horse
Charles Stevens ... White Hawk
Louis Lettieri ... Arrowfoot (as Louis Letterie)
Harry Lauter ... Frank Carter, a Thug
Mike Ragan ... Dave (uncredited)
Sandy Sanders ... Stage Driver (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 7: The Return of Don Pedro O'Sullivan

25 October 1956
When Don Pedro O'Sullivan tries to return to Mexico to battle an army colonel who is ruling his district according to his own whims, the petty dictator sends his henchmen to intercept and eliminate the aging gentleman. After thwarting one attempt on Don Pedro's life, the Lone Ranger and Tonto disguise themselves as the Don and his valet in order to lure the owlhoots into pursuing them instead. The two heroes succeed all to well, as the assassins capture them and the Don's daughter, and plan to have them all shot by a firing squad.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Tudor Owen ... Don Pedro O'Sullivan
Maria Monay ... Conchita Colleen (as Maria Manay)
Joseph Vitale ... Colonel Carlos Ortega (as Joe Vitale)
John Beradino ... Henchman Dutch Regan
Mickey Simpson ... Matt Hinshaw, a Henchman

George J. Lewis ... Jose, a Henchman (as George Lewis)

Season 5, Episode 8: Quicksand

1 November 1956
The Lone Ranger and Tonto find an injured man who is building a school house on his own. They learn from him that the school is the project of an Indian girl who wanted to have a school for Indians. She was given $10,000 to help build the school but two men, one of whom is an Indian who worked for her, killed her and took the gold. It seems like they encountered the men previously. The Indian is still out there but the other one had been caught and is going to be hanged that day. Tonto goes to the town to get a wagon for the injured man. But the lawyer of the man who's about to be hanged, is visited by the Indian who wants him to get his partner to tell him where the gold is. The lawyer goes to see him and tries to get him to tell him where the gold is, by telling him that if he returns the gold, the school could be built that it could be his way to vindicate himself but he doesn't trust the lawyer. He sees Tonto and tells the deputy that's his partner who arrests him and puts him in the cell next to him. He says he knows he's the one who rides with the masked man, he wants to tell him where the gold is so that they could return it so that the school could be built. The lawyer who overheard their conversation, tells the Indian and they follow Tonto who tries to give them the slip but they catch up with him and the Ranger just as they find the gold which was hidden in a tree in the middle of some quick sand.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Ric Roman ... Black Hawk

Denver Pyle ... Vance Kiley
Henry Rowland ... Steve Grote
Robert Burton ... Ben Sutherland
Terry Frost ... Deputy (uncredited)
William Henry ... Sheriff (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 9: Quarter Horse War

8 November 1956
The Lone Ranger attends a quarter horse race and has to find a way to stop a group of Indians going on the war path after their winnings from the race are stolen.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
George E. Mather ... Mark Allen (as George Mather)
May Morgan ... Hazel Halliday (as Mae Morgan)
William Tannen ... Major Halliday (as Bill Tannen)
Harry Lauter ... Marshal Ed McGuire
Charles Stevens ... Chief Iron Hand
Mike Ragan ... Slim Wiley (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 10: The Letter Bride

15 November 1956
A Chinese laundryman who is a friend of the Ranger's, is expecting his bride from China who is arriving. But she's taken by some men in masks. Later the Ranger and Tonto arrive and learn that she was abducted by bigots who wants their friend to leave town. So they set a trap for them so they can find out who they are and hopefully where they are holding her.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Victor Sen Yung ... Lee Po (as Victor Sen Young)
Joseph Vitale ... J. S. Forgan (as Joe Vitale)

Dennis Moore ... Slick Friley

Slim Pickens ... Ed Jones
Claire Carleton ... Jennie Fisher
Tudor Owen ... Sheriff Ike Kane
Judy Dan ... Mah Lin Soong
John Beradino ... Ray Boone (uncredited)
Ray Jones ... Deputy (uncredited)
Lee Roberts ... Stage Driver (uncredited)
Mickey Simpson ... Ben Boone (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 11: Hot Spell in Panamint

22 November 1956
The Lone Ranger becomes involved in trying to help a sheriff who is facing down a whole gang of outlaws after one of their number is arrested.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto

Rand Brooks ... Marshal Roy Bell
Barbara Knudson ... Miss Sarah Edwards (as Barbara Ann Knudson)
Sydney Mason ... Big Joe Hunsacker
William Challee ... Cal Ames (as Bill Challee)
John Cliff ... Bradley
Don C. Harvey ... Charlie Mathews (uncredited)
Sandy Sanders ... Tom (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 12: The Twisted Track

29 November 1956
The Lone Ranger has to try and stop a group of ex Southern soldiers attempting to kill a sheriff who was a former Northern commander during the war

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Tyler MacDuff ... Clint Harkey
William Henry ... Wynn Harkey (as Bill Henry)
Gregg Barton ... Frank Miller
Robert Burton ... Telegrapher Ed Powell
Terry Frost ... Townsman Who Picks Fight with Clint (uncredited)

Frank Hagney ... Fights with Clint (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 13: Decision: Chris McKeever

6 December 1956
The Lone Ranger and Tonto capture three criminals. The problem is it is a 5 day ride to the nearest town. Somehow the pair must stay on track to the town while making sure the criminals don't try to kill them.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
William Tannen ... Seth McKeever (as Bill Tannen)
Robert Swan ... Ward McKeever
George E. Mather ... Chris McKeever (as George Mather)
Sandy Sanders ... Stage Driver Buckskin (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 14: Trouble at Tylerville

13 December 1956
The Lone Ranger and Tonto visit Tylerville to check how a recently released bank robber is getting on adjusting to life in a small town.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto

Tom Brown ... Roy Hillman
Mary Ellen Kay ... Ann Tyler (as Mary Ellen Kaye)
John Pickard ... Jess Tyler
Francis McDonald ... Sheriff
Ben Welden ... Ed Lacey
Charles Aldridge ... Jonas
George Sowards ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 15: Christmas Story

20 December 1956
The Lone Ranger meets a young boy who's Christmas wish is to be re-united with his father. The Lone Ranger and Tonto go on a quest to find the boy's father and grant the boy his wish.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
William Henry ... Ben Talbot (as Bill Henry)
Aline Towne ... Mary Talbot
Jimmy Baird ... Robby Talbot (as James Baird)
Robert Burton ... Josh Hannah
Mary Newton ... Martha Hannah
Gregg Barton ... Stark Brother (uncredited)
Lane Bradford ... George Stark (uncredited)
Terry Frost ... Miner Who Points Out Ben Talbot (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 16: Ghost Canyon

27 December 1956
The Lone Ranger becomes involved after a number of Indians are killed while watching their cattle herd.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Charles Stevens ... Chief Imbray
Edmund Hashim ... Bright Eagle (as Ed Hashim)
Robert Swan ... Willy Moon
Harry Lauter ... Drake
Mike Ragan ... Sloat

Season 5, Episode 17: Outlaw Masquerade

3 January 1957
After the Cameron gang is captured and jailed, the question of all the gold they stole remains unanswered. Tonto agrees to pose as a convict to try an infiltrate the gang and get clues to where the gold is.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto posing as Red Dog
House Peters Jr. ... Frank Cameron (as House Peters)
Richard Crane ... Billy
Steven Ritch ... Rado (as Steve Ritch)
Joseph Crehan ... Governor

Season 5, Episode 18: Avenger

10 January 1957
The Lone Ranger and Tonto arrive in Cottonwood in time to see a law reformer gunned down by an outlaw. The mood in the town is such that the Lone Ranger has to also protect the outlaw from outraged citizens.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Alan Wells ... Marshal Mark Rote
Tristram Coffin ... Ben Jordan (as Tris Coffin)
Francis McDonald ... Judge Talbot

Roy Barcroft ... Baxter Crowe (as Roy Bancroft)

Dennis Moore ... Brad Stacy
Jack Kenny ... Trial Spectator (uncredited)
Mathew McCue ... Deputy (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 19: The Courage of Tonto

17 January 1957
The Lone Ranger becomes involved in conflict between settlers and a local Indian tribe. The settlers seem intent on provoking the Indians into going to war.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Joel Ashley ... Lew Pearson
Jim Bannon ... Greg
Francis McDonald ... Chief Gray Horse
Maurice Jara ... Red Cloud
Ewing Mitchell ... Major Jonathan

Season 5, Episode 20: Breaking Point

24 January 1957
The Lone Ranger encounters a riderless horse with saddlebags loaded with gold. He begins the process of backtracking events to try and discover who the person was and what has happened to him.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Brad Morrow ... Lenny Peters
Charles Wagenheim ... Griff Peters (as Charles Waggenheim)
Keith Richards ... Dan Peters
House Peters Jr. ... Mark Slade (as House Peters)
Richard Crane ... Sheriff (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 21: A Harp for Hannah

31 January 1957
The Lone Ranger attempts to gain justice for a man robbed by the son of a powerful ranching family

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Trevor Bardette ... Walter Dubbs
Louise Lewis ... Hannah Dubbs
Robert Roark ... Wes Talman (as Bob Roark)
Pierce Lyden ... Reese Talman
Ralph Sanford ... Sheriff Wirt
John L. Cason ... Hacker (uncredited)
Pat O'Malley ... The Judge (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 22: Message from Abe

7 February 1957
The Ranger and Tonto visit apparently reformed ex-con Phil Beach on Lincoln's Birthday.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto

James Griffith ... Phil Beach
Maggie O'Byrne ... Ann Beach
Harry Strang ... Old Man Hawkins
Mauritz Hugo ... Lefty Malone
Don C. Harvey ... Sheriff (uncredited)
Silver ... Silver (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 23: Code of Honor

14 February 1957
The Lone Ranger and Tonto encounter a man who seems to have just been robbed by an officer in the US cavalry. The Ranger is struggling with how such a good man become an outlaw.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Paul Engle ... Tim Davis

Helene Marshall ... Ellen Davis
John Maxwell ... Col. Strickland

Rand Brooks ... Trooper Phillips
John Cliff ... Fake Capt. Davis
William Challee ... Fake soldier (uncredited)
Don C. Harvey ... Capt. Davis (uncredited)
Sandy Sanders ... Fake Soldier Yancy (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 24: The Turning Point

21 February 1957
A group of vigilantes corner and kill a seemingly innocent cowboy in Blue Creek. One of the townspeople contacts the Lone Ranger and asks him to try and deal with the growing power of these men.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Paul Campbell ... John Stack
Margaret Stewart ... Amy Stack
Pierce Lyden ... Earl Bennett
George Barrows ... Ray Torgeson
John L. Cason ... Sam Donald (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 25: Dead Eye

28 February 1957
Jake Beaudry's reputation as an outlaw attract's the attention of a famous sheriff. The sheriff is not as good as he once was and reluctantly accepts the help of the Lone Ranger.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
William Fawcett ... Dallas 'Dead-Eye' Jones
Zon Murray ... Jake Beaudry
Myron Healey ... Tanner
Nolan Leary ... Doctor (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 26: Clover in the Dust

7 March 1957
A young man is found dead. His father blames another local rancher and goes on the trail of revenge. The Lone Ranger doubts the guilt of the rancher and goes on a quest to find the truth.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Harry Strang ... Jeff Yeomans
Dan Barton ... Tom Yeomans
Sydney Mason ... Matt Thorne (as Syd Mason)
Don C. Harvey ... Ben Ranson

Season 5, Episode 27: Slim's Boy

14 March 1957
The Lone Ranger is on the way to visit an old friend, Sam Masters, a renowned fast gunman and marshal. On the way he encounters an old outlaw also looking for Sam.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Trevor Bardette ... Marshal Sam Masters
Louise Lewis ... Amy Masters
Robert Roark ... Tom Bartlett (as Bob Roark)
Pierce Lyden ... Gil Ryan, Gang Leader
John L. Cason ... Luke (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 28: Two Against Two

21 March 1957
Vic Foley escapes from jail and the Lone Ranger gives chase. Although it would be an easy arrest the Lone Ranger hangs back hoping Foley will lead him to unrecovered gold.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Gary Murray ... Danny Mendoza
Eugenia Paul ... Maria Mendoza
Baynes Barron ... Vic Foley

Season 5, Episode 29: Ghost Town Fury

28 March 1957
The Clantons break out of jail and go on a crime spree. The Lone Range vows to track them down, but first he must learn more about where the gang might be hiding out - "The Badlands".

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Baynes Barron ... Wade Clanton
Richard Crane ... Johnny Clanton
House Peters Jr. ... Vic Clanton (as House Peters)
Steven Ritch ... Blackhawk (as Steve Ritch)
Carlos Vera ... Keo
Brad Morrow ... Scott True (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 30: The Prince of Buffalo Gap

4 April 1957
The Lone Ranger and Tonto are on the trail of Matt Cagle. He seems to have headed for a tiny town "Buffalo Gap" The Lone Ranger is puzzled why the man has chosen such a course of action.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Robert Crosson ... Prince Maximillian aka Hank
Gábor Curtiz ... Baron von Koenig (as Gabor Curtiz)
Jim Bannon ... Matt Cagle
Michael Winkelman ... Chip Truett (as Michael Winkleman)

Season 5, Episode 31: The Law and Miss Aggie

11 April 1957
The Lone Ranger becomes involved when a group of Indians are on the way to a special government meeting are attacked by a local land owner.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Florence Lake ... Aggie Turner

Dennis Moore ... Keg
Bradford Jackson ... White Eagle aka Chip Turner (as Brad Jackson)
Joseph Vitale ... Chief Flying Cloud (as Joe Vitale)
Buddy Baer ... Sampson O'Hara (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 32: The Tarnished Star

18 April 1957
The sheriff of Peaceful valley carries a dark secret that puts his ability to maintain the law in jeopardy.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Myron Healey ... Marshal Vince Barrett
Mercedes Shirley ... Martha Barrett
Paul Engle ... Jackie Wade
Zon Murray ... Bart Rennick
William Fawcett ... Banker Elias Rush
Jack Tornek ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 33: Canuck

25 April 1957
Canadian settlers are being blamed by local ranchers for cattle rustling and horse stealing. The Lone Ranger must seek the truth and try and restore order to a once peaceful area.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Peter Miles ... Etienne Charron
Virginia Christine ... Cecile Charron
Tristram Coffin ... Dan Slauson (as Tris Coffin)
Richard Benedict ... Henchman Ronson

Roy Barcroft ... Marshal Roy Dillon (as Roy Bancroft)
Jason Johnson ... Land Agent Burrows

Season 5, Episode 34: Mission for Tonto

2 May 1957
The Lone Ranger and Tonto find a boy who has been shot floating in a river. After they find out the boy's story the Ranger decides to try and bring the shooter to justice.

Season 5, Episode 35: Journey to San Carlos

9 May 1957
The Lone Ranger and Tonto capture two renegade Indians responsible for a recent attack. Tonto points out the strange marking on their face. The Lone Ranger decides to investigate why peaceful Indians have suddenly taken to war and what the new marking on their faces mean.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Myron Healey ... Ben Murray
Joseph Sargent ... Jed Walker (as Joe Sargent)
Melinda Byron ... Sally Walker
Harry Strang ... Colonel Ray Wickstrom (as Harry Strange)

Rick Vallin ... Chief Blue Feather

Season 5, Episode 36: The Banker's Son

16 May 1957
Tonto witnesses a murder and reports it to the local sheriff. He then tells the Lone Ranger that he thinks the sheriff is not capable of handling the investigation properly.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Ewing Mitchell ... Tom Bryan
Ron Hagerthy ... Fred Bryan (as Ron Haggerthy)
Jim Bannon ... Marshal Hendricks
Pat Lawless ... Bill Nichols

Hank Worden ... Bruckner
Jack Tornek ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 37: The Angel and the Outlaw

23 May 1957
Tonto witnesses the Calico Kid's gang rob a bank. The Lone Ranger sees it as an opportunity to catch an outlaw that has been on the run for years.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Florence Lake ... Mama Angel
Bradford Jackson ... The Calico Kid (as Brad Jackson)
Carlos Vera ... Manuelo Sanchez
Linda Wrather ... Easter

Dennis Moore ... Henchman Dallas

Season 5, Episode 38: Blind Witness

30 May 1957
The Grody Brothers rob the express office in Flat Rock and are in cahoots with an unlikely ally.

Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger

Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
William Fawcett ... Tom Ellsworth
Kay Riehl ... Kate Ellsworth
Byron Foulger ... Joe Benson
Myron Healey ... Steve Grody
Nolan Leary ... Doc Varney (uncredited)
Zon Murray ... Luke Grody (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 39: Outlaws in Greasepaint

6 June 1957
Actors Laina and Dewitt Faversham are behind many robberies throughout the West, but when they arrive in Cedar Springs they might have met their match.