The Lone Ranger, pretends to be a notorious outlaw known as "The Mask Rider" so he can join a gang that is holding the sheriff's fiancée hostage and save her.

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Dirk
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Nancy
Edwin Rand ...
Jim Hawks (as Ed Rand)
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Sid
George Slocum ...
Wes
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Sam Barton
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Stage Driver
Margarita Martín ...
Mexican Woman
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The Lone Ranger, pretends to be a notorious outlaw known as "The Mask Rider" so he can join a gang that is holding the sheriff's fiancée hostage and save her.

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Western

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5 December 1949 (USA)  »

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(Western Electric Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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The Masked Rider, the Lone Ranger's alias when posing as an outlaw, is a nod to the Lone Ranger radio series. The opening narration of the radio broadcasts would refer to him as "the Masked Rider of the Plains." See more »

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Narrator: The Lone Ranger and Tonto are riding to answer an urgent plea for help from their friend, the sheriff of Cactus County, Jim Hawks. But as Jim waits for the masked man and his Indian companion, there is another, a killer, who lies in wait for Jim.
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William Tell Overture: Finale
by Gioachino Rossini
Played at program opening and during closing credits
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If you can't beat them, join them!
12 May 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

What does one do when the bad guys have the damsel in distress and you have to rescue her? join the gang, of course.

I didn't really understand how this one was pulled off. I was under the impression that the Lone Ranger was pretty well known, so what made him think that the bad guys wouldn't have known he was the Lone Ranger? Perhaps it's because he wasn't described...

If you like your Westerns with lots of action in them, this is a good episode for you! The Lone Ranger acts like a bad guy for awhile, and I couldn't help but wonder how he was going to pull the whole thing off. As usual, he does it by fighting his way out.


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