The Vance family settles right in the middle of a war between the Madden gang and local ranches. Despite the hostility to Fred Vance over his past, he decides he will not be run off this ... See full summary »

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The Vance family settles right in the middle of a war between the Madden gang and local ranches. Despite the hostility to Fred Vance over his past, he decides he will not be run off this parcel of land. The Lone Ranger believes in Fred's innocence, and asks him to help stop the ranchers riding into an ambush and then set a counter trap for the gang after rescuing the son of one of the ranchers being held hostage. Written by glen_chapman <chapman_glen@yahoo.com>

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13 October 1949 (USA)  »

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Narrator: For weeks now, the Lone Ranger and his faithful Indian companion, Tonto, have been pursuing the vicious Pete Madden gang, wanted for cattle rustling from everywhere West of the Mississippi. These desperate outlaws have left a trail of robbery, destruction, and murder. At long last, their leader, Pete Madden himself, has finally been captured by the angry ranchers, but at what a heavy cost! For the madden gang has already struck back ruthlessly by abducting young Jim Patrick, son of one of the ...
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Even when your right your wrong
28 April 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A lot more really cheesy fighting. I got a little confused at who was winning and loosing a couple times...

The Vance's found themselves caught int he middle of a lot of trouble. Not only did they risk wrath from the Madden Gang, but the ranchers who wanted to fight against the gang warned them to get out. Apparently it was rumored that Mr. Vance was a rustler himself.

Like always, the Lone Ranger had his own opinion of things. He believed Vance was one of the good guys and asked him to help.

Everything turned out okay in the end of course. I loved the Lone Ranger's way of taking care of business again in this one.


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