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The Lone Ranger Rides, a wonderful western story in itself, also details the origins of why a Texas Ranger would strike out on his own, wearing a mask at all times, and how he met his companions Tonto and his ever dependable equine friend Silver. Summary by Roger Melin)
The Lone Ranger Rides, a wonderful western story in itself, also details the origins of why a Texas Ranger would strike out on his own, wearing a mask at all times, and how he met his companions Tonto and his ever dependable equine friend Silver. Summary by Roger Melin). This is a Librivox recording. org/ As a member of the partnership program, I earn from purchases that meet the requirements.
The Lone Ranger Pinnacle Books 1980. Scanned and Proofed by Highroller and RyokoWerx. He was an astonishing man, this Lone Ranger. He had become an almost legendary character throughout the length and breadth of seven states in the early West. Chapter I. JAILBREAK. The Lone Ranger and Tonto did not want to complete the last leg of their journey until after dark. Some folks regarded him as a myth, but countless others who had seen him in thrilling action told astounding stories of his skill with rope or gun, his hard riding, and uncanny judgment. Look ahead," the Lone Ranger told Tonto, speaking from behind a mask.
In addition, Fran Striker and George W. Trendle drew up the following . Trendle drew up the following guidelines that embody who and what the Lone Ranger is:. The Lone Ranger was never seen without his mask or some sort of disguise. He was never captured or held for any length of time by lawmen, avoiding his being unmasked. The Lone Ranger's first name is also thought to have not been mentioned in contemporary Lone Ranger newspaper comics, comic books, and tie-in premiums, though some have stated that the name John Reid was used in an illustration of the grave marker made by Tonto which appeared in either a comic book version of the character's origin story or in.
The Lone Ranger Rides is entertaining enough as pulp fiction. I actually got this book to reseearch a Lone Ranger character after the Disney movie came out. I was very much surprised to find this story so unlike the story I had looked to find. There are certainly better westerns one can read, so there is perhaps no reason to read this one except for curiosity about an American cultural icon, or to satisfy nostalgia. It was a fun, light read, not to be taken seriously. Striker's book is entertaining and fun to read, but doesn't require the same reader engagement as books by other authors such as Tom Clancy or John D. MacDonald. You will probably enjoy the book if you suspend critical judgement and just go with the flow.
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The Lone Ranger is an American, long-running, old-time radio and early television show created by George W. Trendle (with considerable input from station staff members), and developed by writer Fran Striker. The theme music was the "cavalry charge" finale of Gioacchino Rossini's William Tell Overture, now inseparably associated with the Lone Ranger series. The series also inspired numerous comic books, two movie serials, books, and a live action television series starring Clayton Moore as the Lone Ranger.
Fran Striker (born Francis Hamilton Striker) (1903 - September 4, 1962) was an American writer for radio and comics, best known for creating The Lone Ranger and The Green Hornet. Born in Buffalo, New. Born in Buffalo, New York, Striker attended Lafayette High School and the University of Buffalo where he was a member of the Theta Chi Fraternity. He dropped out of college, first serving a brief stint in New York City with an amateur theatrical company.
Author: Fran Striker
Category: Literature and Fiction
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
Publisher: Imprint unknown; New edition edition (October 1977)
Pages: 192 pages
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