While on the trail, Tonto gets an urgent message to meet Chief Swift Eagle. The Lone Ranger continues on to a local mission to discover there are reports of Indian raids on supply trains, ...
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While on the trail, Tonto gets an urgent message to meet Chief Swift Eagle. The Lone Ranger continues on to a local mission to discover there are reports of Indian raids on supply trains, and any Indians found off the reservation are to be arrested and sent to Florida. Slowly the truth about the raids becomes apparent and the Lone Ranger must do all he can to save his friend Tonto and avoid an Indian War. Written by
Indians on the warpath: Indians versus white. Burning, scalping, ?, massacres. These things that led to bloodshed had finally left the West when our story opens. For the great white father in Washington has acted on the Indian's behalf. The pipe of peace has been smoked and solemn treaties made have guaranteed for the rights and property of the red man. He has been given large grants of land on which to live, regular shipments of supplies to provide his needs, a set of rigid schedules from the ...
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One thing that was good about this episode is that it made the Indians look good and honest. I'm not sure how realistic that is, but I like it. Another good thing about this episode is the fighting and falls. Two things stuck out at me. That was a great fall The Lone Ranger did when he was shot at, and it was an excellent fall by another character after he was hit on the head.
In this episode, The Lone Ranger and Tonto are having to figure out who's taking the Indian supply trains. The obvious answer is a little too obvious.
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