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March 13, 2012

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Glenda York

I too loved the Lone Ranger. I have a copy of The Lone Ranger Creed above my desk even now..."I believe that to have a friend, a man must be one"...For me, Clayton Moore will always be The Lone Ranger and Jay Silverheels Tonto. It will be interesting to see this latest interpretation on the big screen.

Bill Stroud

Great post, Dac! I fondly remember the radio days and especially "Hi-ho Silver! Away!"

Pat  Shields

"Return with us now, to those thrilling days of yesteryear, the Lone Ranger Rides Again"!... brought to you by Marita Bread, on WRFC AM every M W F at 5:30. Jay Silver heels was the fastest draw in Hollywood for years. Every newscaster should have a voice like Brace Beemer.

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Troy D. Smith

I posted a review at the Western Fictioneers site last year of the Lone Ranger comic book: http://westernfictioneers.blogspot.com/2011/01/not-your-fathers-lone-ranger.html

Chris

That hi-o-silver I sent back was an immediate reaction to your email.

Marja McGraw

Your blogs do bring back good memories. I had a child's crush on the Lone Ranger and couldn't wait for the show to come on TV.

It looks like you opened a can of worms about Johnny Depp. I'll wait and see. :)

Eileen Obser

Thanks for the detailed background on The Lone Ranger and Tonto. I was a big fan. No matter who plays the parts in the new movie, it won't be the same for us old-time fans. As for Johhnny Depp, that actor is so versatile, he can play anyone. He'll probably be amazing, so let's wait and see.

Caroline Clemmons

I loved the Lone Ranger. I've heard that a sophisticated person is one who can hear "The 1812 Overture" and not think of the Lone Ranger. ;-) Is there anyone who fits that description?

Janice Pulliam

Give Johnny Depp a chance, at least, before you blast him.

Mike Draney

I grew up in the 1970's so I missed the Lone Ranger altogether 8-(
My cowboy "hero" has always been Clint Eastwood. But, lately I've been trying to catch up on radio serials broadcast by our excellent Public Radio Station...I like "Have Gun, Will Travel", "Challenge of the Yukon" (ok, not really a cowboy, but basically), and, of course...Hi Yo Silver, it's the Lone Ranger! The pictures in my head are AWESOME.

Clark Lohr

Hey now, Johnny Depp IS part Native American and he can do a 21st Century Tonto bigtime, in my opinion. You MUST know that joke about where the Lone Ranger and Tonto are surrounded by a million screaming Indians and the Lone Ranger says, "Looks like we're done for, Tonto" and Tonto says, "Whaddaya mean "we," white man?"

Jean Henry Mead

I loved the Lone Ranger as a chid, especially Jay Silverheels, who played Tonto. But, Johnny Depp? I don't think so.

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Patricia Gligor

I grew up in the age of television. Although I loved watching shows like "The Lone Ranger" on TV, I've often felt as if I missed out on something really special: the old radio shows.
My aunt used to tell me, with great enthusiasm, all about the mystery shows on the radio. I can almost see her as a teenager, sitting on the floor in front of the radio, leaning forward to hear each word the announcer spoke. Talk about using your imagination!

Shirley White

Nice memory jog....and a bit extra. I did not know that about Ma Ferguson, although she was from my town. 'Course, I was just a kid.

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