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The Lone Ranger - 75Th Anniv

Clayton Moore , Jay Silverheels , George Archainbaud , George B. Seitz Jr.    NR (Not Rated)   DVD
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By J. Lovins TOP 50 REVIEWER
Classic Media presents "THE LONE RANGER: 75TH ANNIVERSARY - SEASON ONE AND TWO" (15 September 1949) (1900 mins/In Glorious Black & White) (Collectors Edition) (digitally remastered in Dolby) -- A record 221 episodes were filmed between 1949 and 1955 - 182 in B&W and 39 in color --- Now the complete Seasons 1 & 2 of the original TV Series (78 Episodes) -- Over 1900 minutes on 12 Discs --- In the beginning, six Texas Rangers led by Captain Dan Reid in search of a bunch of outlaws known as the Cavendish gang are ambushed at Bryant's Gap --- All of the Rangers are shot and left for dead --- A Mohawk Indian, Tonto, comes upon the massacre and discovers one Lone Ranger still alive --- Tonto carries the seriously wounded man to a cave and nurses him back to health --- John Reid, the surviving ranger, tells his story to Tonto, and later tears a piece of black material from his dead brother Dan Reid's vest and makes a mask which enabled him to hide his identity and to pose as an outlaw to get near the gang --- Later, Reid and Tonto learn most of the outlaws had been hanged or imprisoned --- To symbolize the massacre at Bryant's Gap, The Lone Ranger never removed his mask and continued to pursue outlaws and defend justice every week with his faithful Indian companion Tonto, his equally faithful steed Silver, and his legendary silver bullets, never fired in anger --- we all know very well that Tonto and the Ranger are very good friends and saddle partners --- Clayton Moore once stated he loved Jay Silverheels like a Brother -- and that my friends is a real hero!

1. Clayton Moore (aka: Jack Carlton Moore)
Date of Birth: 14 September 1914 - Chicago, Illinois (some sources say 1908)
Date of Death: 28 December 1999 - Los Angeles, California

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5.0 out of 5 stars Incredible!!! Aug. 4 2011
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This set of Lone Ranger is absolutely incredible!!! A beautiful boxed set with plenty of memorabilia, including a reprint 5x7 autographed photo of the Lone Ranger with Silver that you can frame. The DVD quality is outstanding - you see details you never knew were there. Plus, these are the full-length episodes (most other Lone Ranger DVDs have abbreviated episodes)! Definitely a worthy addition to any Family Western DVD collection.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars July 8 2014
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I remember watching the weekly episodes onTV, excellant.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Hi Yo Silver Aug. 10 2013
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lots of extras and lots of episodes. Yeah it's corny but it's good corny. There are lots of reasons why the series is so fondly remembered , and they are highlighted in this collection
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5.0 out of 5 stars Lone Ranger 75th is perfect May 11 2013
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This set brings back memories galore and it has everything, posters, a book on the real story of the lone ranger, a radio broadcast, lots of the movies, the membership card and more. Anyone who remembers our hero, The Lone Ranger should have this set. I have bought sets for my brother and others who loved it as much as I did. A really good job done on this one.
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