A tenderfoot stage coach driver is killed then one of his murderers takes his place driving the coach. The Lone Ranger and Tonto come across the scene and realize the boy is still alive and... See full summary »

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James Hickman ...
Emmet White / Bob Walker (as James J. Hickman)
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Curly Williams
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Dr. Hiram Tucker
Hal Price ...
Ezra Barr
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Dan (Dirk Slade in credits) (as Jimmy Dundee)
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A tenderfoot stage coach driver is killed then one of his murderers takes his place driving the coach. The Lone Ranger and Tonto come across the scene and realize the boy is still alive and arrange for medical care while covering up the boy is still alive. The Lone Ranger then goes on a quest to find out who the boy is and what was so important that someone would want him dead. Written by Chapman_glen@yahoo.com

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24 November 1949 (USA)  »

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(Western Electric Recording)

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How not to get rich fast
9 May 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A kid is about to turn 21 years old and is on his way to collect his father inheritance in a town called Tuckerville. But he never made it. Two gunmen shoot him and left him dead - at least they assumed he was dead.

A young man that looks just like the boy takes over, takes his clothes, and dresses as him. It's surprising who the head man is behind this whole scheme. The papers are going to be signed the next morning when the boy turns 21, giving the Lone Ranger only a few hours to get to the bottom of this whole thing.

There is one fake fight scene, but the concepts are still believable.

Hi ho Silver, Away!


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