The Lone Ranger: Enter The Lone Ranger

DVD Release: February 12, 2008
The Lone Ranger: Enter The Lone Ranger
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Synopsis

The Lone Ranger (Clayton Moore), after being injured, is nursed back to health by friend and Indian, Tonto (Jay Silverheels). Together, with the help of his horse Silver, they travel the wild west, helping people and saving the day.

Dove Review

“Enter The Lone Ranger” is the pilot episode of the 1949 “Lone Ranger” series. The story begins as a trap is set for the Texas Rangers, the men who keep the law in the old west. The rangers are led into an ambush, which makes the way for lawlessness to overtake the area.

This is the tale of how the Lone Ranger and Tonto become the law-fighting duo of the land and how the Lone Ranger got his mighty steed, Silver. As a young child, I remember watching reruns of this series, but I had never seen the pilot. I enjoyed it.

We are very proud to award this classic show the Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for all ages.

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: Ambush of rangers; men are shot and killed; man falls to his death off a cliff; man is killed and another is hit over the head; fist fights; man shot
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: Keeping the law

Info

Company: Cinedigm
Writer: George B. Seitz, Jr.
Producer: Jack Chertok
Genre: Adventure
Runtime: 69 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe