Lone Ranger – Enter the Lone Ranger (1949)

This is the first episode of the Lone Ranger on TV. The Lone Ranger was a big hit on radio under the direction of George W. Trendel, but knew he didn’t have what it took to direct a TV series so he hired Jack Chertov. The series went on for years and probably was influential in making Westerns the most popular genre of a generation of Americans. In this episode we also find out that keemosawbee means “dirty shirt”.

Readers Comments (2)

  1. What person rode Silver up to the rock at the beginning of each episode?

    • I don’t know. But you did know that the Lone Ranger shot Tonto when he found out what keemosabe means? Poor Tonto.

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