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My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys 

Ralph retires the suit after his super-heroics result in a near-tragedy. Bill desperately needs Ralph to help him crack a corrupt cop caper masterminded by a war buddy. Can the Lone Ranger remind Ralph of a hero's great responsibility?

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Cast

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Bill Maxwell
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Lieutenant Tracy Winslow
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Abe Figueroa
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Rhonda Blake
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Tony Villicana
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Cyler Johnson
Don Cervantes ...
Paco Rodriguez
Brandon Williams ...
Kevin Hinkley
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Edward McAstelli (as Frank McCarthy)
Joseph Chapman ...
Tim Carson
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Norm Woods
Bruce Tuthill ...
Sam Watson
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Storyline

Ralph retires the suit after his super-heroics result in a near-tragedy. Bill desperately needs Ralph to help him crack a corrupt cop caper masterminded by a war buddy. Can the Lone Ranger remind Ralph of a hero's great responsibility?

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TV-PG
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29 April 1981 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

Often known as "the other Lone Ranger" to Clayton Moore's definitive portrayal, John Hart nonetheless did fill the role for 52 episodes in 1952-53 while Moore was furloughed. In addition to reprising his role here, Hart again played the Lone Ranger a year later in the "Hi-Yo Fonzie" episode of Happy Days (1974). See more »

Quotes

Motorcycle Cop: [as Ralph goes running and leaping past] This is 16-Mary in pursuit of eastbound mental case.
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Connections

References The Lone Ranger (1949) See more »

Soundtracks

Heroes are Human
Written by Stephen Geyer
Performed by Joey Scarbury
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