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  3. Fejin says:
    The Lone Ranger is a American western action television film. The film, intended as a pilot for a new television series, stars Chad Michael Murray as the Lone Ranger (the name of the Ranger's secret identity was changed from "John Reid" to "Luke Hartman").
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    There are no TV airings of The Lone Ranger in the next 14 days. Add The Lone Ranger to your Watchlist to find out when it's coming back. Check if it is available to stream online via "Where to Watch".
  5. Nagar says:
    Jul 23,  · The soundtrack features the well-known "William Tell Overture" by Rossini, which has been widely associated with the Lone Ranger since the TV show first aired in
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  7. Daikasa says:
    Directed by Oscar Rudolph. With Clayton Moore, Jay Silverheels, Barry Kelley, James Westerfield. The Lone Ranger breaks up a fight between John Thorpe a land owner and a gang lead by Crane Dillion. Then a third man William Hubbard arrives in the town on a strange mission.
  8. Kagakasa says:
    The Lone Ranger is an American animated television series produced by Filmation in The series ran for 28 episodes over two seasons on CBS as part of The Tarzan/Lone Ranger Adventure Hour.. Unlike the Lone Ranger cartoon, which strayed into science-fiction and comic book plots, the version stuck to more standard Western fare. The plots included real figures from American history.

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