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"The Lone Ranger" Rustler's Hideout (1949)

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A rescue plot to clear the name of a rustler

9/10
Author: The_Light_Triton (Black_triton14@hotmail.com) from In a Chair in my room
28 June 2014

In this old tale of the lone ranger, The notorious madden gang has been rustling cattle all over the county, and leaving the bodies of their victims in the wake. However, their leader is behind bars, for a very, very long time.

So in retaliation, the gang kidnaps the son of a rancher, named Jim Patrick, and will exchange his life back to his father in exchange for their leader.

Meanwhile, A former rustler, Fred Vance and his wife are hoping to settle in the county, but not all the ranchers are convinced Vance is reformed.

So, in everyone's darkest hour, the Lone ranger and tonto arrive to save the day. Their plan? Help Fred Vance clear his name with the county by rescuing Jim Patrick.

This one's public domain, there's not much to say, it's a regular hack plot...NO, no, no, no, no wait just one moment, there is something very, very special about this one episode of the lone ranger.

You know who Jim Patrick is? That young man tied to the tree? Dickie Jones. Pinocchio's voice actor for the 1940 animated film. Can you believe at one point, that guy was looking into a microphone and saying "I'm a real boy!" which so many children, young and old have heard, some many times over? Yeah, that's all that's special about this one. Oh by the way, as of June 2014, Mr. Jones is still alive.

EDIT; Dickie Jones passed away 9 days after I originally posted this review.

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Even when your right your wrong

7/10
Author: Michelle Palmer from United States
28 April 2014

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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