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... See full summary »

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Bob McQueen
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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. Written by Chapman_glen@yahoo.com

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11 May 1950 (USA)  »

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The Future Big Cool Gunn
15 June 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Quite an episode, Peter Gunn (Craig Stevens) and Kathy Williams (Make Room for Daddy's Marjorie Lord) and Superman's Professor Pepperwinkle (Phil Tead) all together for an episode of the Lone Ranger. Robert McQueen (Stevens) is running for mayor to oust a crooked politician but the bad guys make it appear McQueen's wife (Lord) has been kidnapped. He is forced to write a false confession that he robbed the local bank. But the Lone Ranger and Tonto step in to save the day. Tead is fine as the timid bank clerk who is held up but Stevens in particular is way too cool for his role. Bring on the noir, bring on Herschel Bernardi, bring on Lola Albright, and bring on the jazz —too cool man, too cool: Peter Gunn and that Mancini theme.


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