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Anachronisms 

Early in the movie, John Reid gives Amy Striker a copy of the book "A Century of Dishonor" by Helen Hunt Jackson, written in 1881.
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Continuity 

When the Lone Ranger is breaking Silver to ride, the horse's eyes change repeatedly from brown to blue and back. The horse's bridle changes from a bridle with a bit to a rodeo-type bronc halter.
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When Tonto approaches Silver, just before the "breaking in" scene, he has the saddle and blanket in his right hand and the bridle in his left. When he meets Silver, the bridle is in his right hand and the saddle in his left. Above the waist, Tonto doesn't have the saddle. When the Ranger picks up the saddle, it's behind him even though Tonto never crossed behind him or tossed the saddle.
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In the lynching scene, Tonto's hands are tied behind his back. They are freed when the Lone Ranger shoots the rope around his neck.
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