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 ... See full summary »

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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. Written by DirectorGene

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8 December 1949 (USA)  »

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Beata: Don't be angry with him. He trusted me and I lied to him.
Tonto: Me never believe a woman again!
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William Tell Overture: Finale
by Gioachino Rossini
Played at program opening and during closing credits
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Don't take the money
11 May 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

These episodes are really farely simplistic with a pretty understandable plot. A man gets released from jail, serving time for a robbery he helped in. When he arrives, he discovers that his gypsy girlfriend has hidden the money. She wants him to do the right thing - not kill the two men who are after him for the money.

The Lone Ranger is naturally right in the middle of it all as usual. These days, all he has to do is flash a silver bullet and everyone knows who his is. He isn't proud of who he is, but he's accepted his legend.

The fiddle music that is played while fighting is going on is distracting almost to the point of well...distracting from the fight. This one, in particular seemed to be a bit much...


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