PG | | Action, Adventure, Western
The sole surviving Texas Ranger of an ambush arranged by the outlaw leader Butch Cavandish returns to fight back as a great masked western hero - The Lone Ranger.
Jack Wrather and Bonita Granville bought the rights to The Lone Ranger character and stories in 1978 for a reported $3 million, a record at the time.
You got him! You got him!
Young John Reid: Shh, sit down. Get down!
Young Tonto: Leave me alone!
First Scalphunter: You ain't never gonna find that little redskin.
Second Scalphunter: When I do, I'm gonna scalp him.
Young John Reid: Go. It's alright. Come on.
Second Scalphunter: The little injun's somewhere.
Young John Reid: Get down.
First Scalphunter: They're at the Reid place. Come on,...
When the Lone Ranger is breaking Silver to ride, the horse's eyes change repeatedly from brown to blue and back. The horse's bridle changes from a bridle with a bit to a rodeo-type bronc halter.
UK versions are cut by 5 secs to remove horse-falls.
$2,945,600 (USA) (25 May 1981)
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