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The Lone Ranger (1938) was a Western - Adventure Film directed by William Witney and John English and produced by Sol C. Siegel and Robert M. Beche.

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Why You Were Probably Wrong about The Lone Ranger

By Amy on Apr 10, 2014 From Random Pictures

Various critics have talked about why last year’s The Lone Ranger deserved to do better, box-office-wise, than it did, about its interest in how events are turned into history and its visual delights, which are, I should think, inarguable. Thus far, I haven?t come across anyone talking about a... Read full article


The Lone Ranger’s Unbankable Intrigue

By Bernardo Villela on Jul 19, 2013 From The Movie Rat

At the beginning of Matt Zoller Seitz’s review of The Lone Ranger he encapsultes exactly what’s right and wrong with the film in my eyes: Like “Speed Racer” and “John Carter” before it, “The Lone Ranger” is a movie with no constituency to speak of. It&... Read full article


Old Time Radio Thursdays – #002: The Lone Ranger (1933-1954)

By Michael on Jul 4, 2013 From Durnmoose Movie Musings

The short intro: For those who are unfamiliar with the concept, Old Time Radio is the phrase generally used to refer to the time when radio was (mostly) live, and was full of a variety of different shows, as opposed to simply being a means for record labels to use robots to promote the top records o... Read full article


Old Time Radio Thursdays – #002: The Lone Ranger (1933-1954)

By Michael on Jul 4, 2013 From Durnmoose Movie Musings

The short intro: For those who are unfamiliar with the concept, Old Time Radio is the phrase generally used to refer to the time when radio was (mostly) live, and was full of a variety of different shows, as opposed to simply being a means for record labels to use robots to promote the top records o... Read full article


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When the Lone Ranger calls out "Hi Yo Silver, Away" it is the voice of Earle W. Graser, the radio's Lone Ranger, heard and not the voice of either Lee Powell or Billy Bletcher. His recording of this signature cry was used even after his death and Brace Beemer had become the Lone Ranger.
In Spanish, Tonto means "stupid," so in Mexico the character's name is Ponto.
Film debut of George Montgomery.
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Also directed by John English




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Also produced by Sol C. Siegel




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Also released in 1938




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