A fiery horse with the speed of light, a cloud of dust and a hearty "Hi Yo Silver!" The Lone Ranger, Clayton Moore, with his faithful Indian companion Tonto, Jay Silverheels, the daring and resourceful masked rider of the plains', led the fight for law and order in the early west. Perhaps the most famous Western of all is The Lone Ranger. It was the tale of the mysterious masked man and his faithful Indian companion and their efforts to maintain law and order throughout the West. It came to TV in 1949 in a series of half-hour films epitomizing the good guys vs. the bad guys Western theme. Return with us now to those thrilling days of yesteryear. The Lone Ranger rides again!
Pete and Pedro Jeff Grant has found gold on Ellen Carter's land. A storage building is mysteriously set on fire and the Lone Ranger and Tonto desperately attempt to get everyone safely out. Who could be the culprits...? The Renegades A gang of Army deserters following the orders of the corrupt Indian Agent, Lackey, attacks supply trains which are bringing necessary supplies to the Indians on the Washita Reservation and blame it on Chief Swift Eagle and his braves. High Heels Poisoned water holes, disappearing ink and a coming railroad are all an important part of this episode. The Lone Ranger & Tonto arrive to answer a call for help from Dave Engles. John St. Ives learns that high heels aren't necessary to be a big man in town. Six Gun's Legacy Six Gun's Walker's son, Bob Walker, comes to Tuckerville to collect his legacy. A look-a-like, Emmet White assumes Bob's identity but sharp-eyed Tonto spots the fake and with the Lone Ranger, they need to save the life of the real Bob Walker and help him to collect his $80,000 inheritance from the bank.