A promoter wants to purchase the famous war horse 'Black Cloud' owned by the Chief Lame Bear. Instead of purchasing the horse the people he employs steal the animal instead, taking Lame ... See full summary »

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Col. Graves
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A promoter wants to purchase the famous war horse 'Black Cloud' owned by the Chief Lame Bear. Instead of purchasing the horse the people he employs steal the animal instead, taking Lame Bear's son as hostage in the process. After the capture of Tonto, the Lone Ranger needs to use all his diplomacy and cunning as a law enforcer to stop out right war between Lame Bear's tribe and the US cavalry. Written by Chapman_glen@yahoo.com

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20 October 1949 (USA)  »

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(Western Electric Recording)

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Matt Madrigo: There's more ways of getting a horse than paying for it.
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To fight or not to fight...
29 April 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The bad guys finished last once again, I suppose. Because they wanted a horse really bad, the bad guys not only kidnapped it from the Indian tribe, but kidnapped the chief's son along with it! They also show another Indian who went back to tell the tribe.

Unfortunately, even The Lone Ranger has only so much power, and his power was almost not enough to save the innocents in this episode!

These old shows are such classics! It's nice to watch them and see just how far television has come. I personally prefer the earlier stuff (and I'm only 40, so I didn't grow up with these) over things made today. They may be a bit corny, but they are clean...


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