The Lone Ranger (1949–1957)
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Outlaws in Greasepaint 

Actors Lavinia and Dewitt Faversham are behind many robberies throughout the West, but when they arrive in Cedar Springs they might have met their match.

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De Witt Faversham
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Lavinia Faversham (as Mary Ellen Kaye)
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Lem Hollister
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Jim Waddell
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Actors Lavinia and Dewitt Faversham are behind many robberies throughout the West, but when they arrive in Cedar Springs they might have met their match.

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6 June 1957 (USA)  »

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(Westrex Recording System)

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1.33 : 1
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Last show of the series. See more »

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The Lone Ranger: I was tricked by the oldest device in the world- a woman's tears.
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William Tell Overture: Finale
by Gioachino Rossini
Played at program opening and during closing credits
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The Lone Ranger says "Adios" .........
7 September 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

One of the best-loved and timeless characters of western entertainment is the Lone Ranger. The daring & resourceful, masked rider of the plains starred in this excellent 1950's series. In this episode, Clayton Moore and Jay Silverheels battle a pair of ingeniously disguised outlaws.

Clayton Moore was the ideal Lone Ranger, with his ability to handle action, humor, compassion and moral fortitude with equal prowess. This was the final episode of the long-running series, and the color episode was average ,but well-produced. Jay Silverheels was truly one of the screen's first minority heroes . His reliable dignity shows clearly in this entertaining episode.

Hi-Yo Silver, Away !!!!


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