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!
Finders Keepers Nat Parker has spent four years in prison after being falsely accused of a robbery. He has now been released and is seeking revenge as well as the hidden $75,000 from the robbery. The Lone Ranger and Tonto are ambushed after being mistaken for Nat's hired guns.
Old Joe's Sister Biff Baker shoots Joe Peters and pushes him over a cliff in his attempt to steal Joe's identity and eventually Joe's gold. Abby, Joe's sister, hasn't seen him for over 30 years but she isn't fooled by the impostor. The Lone Banger and Tonto are on hand to seek out the truth.
Cannonball McKay The Wells Fargo Company has been plagued by a string of stagecoach hold-ups. Everywhere, except in Boone County where a remarkable woman, Cannonball McKay, holds the stagecoach franchise. The Lone Ranger and Tonto are there to find out why McKay has hired on a recently released convict, Clem Jones, as her assistant and to help their friend, U.S. Marshal Jim Handley, solve the robberies.
Rustler's Hideout Fred and Mary Vance want to homestead in the area and start anew after Fred was released from prison. He'd been framed by the head of the Pete Madden Gang. The Lone Ranger and Tonto are also in the area, looking for the Madden Gang members.