The Lone Ranger comes across a skirmish between an army patrol and a renegade group of Indians. The Lone Ranger helps fight the Indians off but is concerned they were using weapons that ... See full summary »

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Rus Conklin ...
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The Lone Ranger comes across a skirmish between an army patrol and a renegade group of Indians. The Lone Ranger helps fight the Indians off but is concerned they were using weapons that only could have come from the nearby Army fort. He decides he needs to know how they got the weapons. Written by Chapman_glen@yahoo.com

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4 May 1950 (USA)  »

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Sergeant of the Guard: Last lines Sergeant of the Guard, John Hart, who becomes The Lone Ranger in season 3: "... Say Lieutenant, what is that masked man name? I've never seen the likes of him before."
Lieutenant Haines: Lieutenant Haines, Robert Kent: "... He's The Lone Ranger."
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William Tell Overture: Finale
by Gioachino Rossini
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there are no spoilers in this episode
14 June 2016 | by (fairfax, United States) – See all my reviews

unless you don't know the ranger and Tonto always succeed in their endeavors, there are no spoilers.

in this episode, the lone ranger of the future episodes plays a sergeant in the army. that is interesting. and gene Roth plays the bad guy, like he does in every third or fourth episode. Stanford jolley also plays a bad guy. it is possible he never played anything but a bad guy, but t would take a lot of movie watching to verify that suspicion. Indians are attacking somebody with army rifles, and the ranger and Tonto are going to find out how they got them. what surprised me was that the ranger could speak some Indian tribal language, and Tonto, (is this a spoiler?) is an Indian who doesn't speak the Indian tribal language. the language includes some real funky sounding words, too. i hope this review doesn't disqualify me from IMDb. peace, love, and Ali bombaye!


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