"Hi-Yo, Silver! Away!"
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Did You Know?
In 1947, Bonita Granville
married producer Jack Wrather
, who became the longtime producer of the "Lone Ranger" TV series and films. Following this movie, Granville retired from acting to become a producer on the long running "Lassie" TV series. Her final film appearance was a cameo in The Legend of the Lone Ranger
(1981), also produced by Wrather. See more
The desert scenes feature shots of tall saguaro cactus. The film is set in Texas, an area in which saguaro cactci are not found (they're mostly in Arizona and New Mexico). See more
The Lone Ranger
Tonto, keep out of trouble.
Trouble find Tonto even when him not look for it.
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William Tell Overture
Written by Gioachino Rossini
[Played over the opening credits and reprised at the end] See more