The Lone Ranger is an American radio and television show created by George W. Trendle and developed by Fran Striker.
The title character is a masked Texas Ranger in the American Old West, who gallops about righting injustices with the aid of his clever, laconic Indian sidekick, Tonto. Departing on his white horse Silver, the Ranger would famously say "Hi-yo, Silver, away!" as the horse galloped toward the setting sun.
The first episodes of The Lone Ranger premiered on radio January 30, 1933 on WXYZ radio in Detroit, Michigan and later on the Mutual Broadcasting System radio network and then on NBC's Blue Network (which became ABC, which broadcast the show's last new episode on September 3, 1954).
The Lone Ranger program offered many radio premiums, including the Lone Ranger Six-Shooter Ring and the Lone Ranger Deputy Badge. Some of the premiums used a silver bullet motif. One ring had a miniature of one of his six-guns atop it, with a flint and striking wheel, as used in cigarette lighters, so that "fanning" the miniature pistol would produce a shower of sparks.
|Episode Title [Total of: 1375]||Category||Rating|
|11 -||The Lone Ranger - A Deal For Soldiers|
Episode date: 1938-6-27
|12 -||The Lone Ranger - A False Story|
Episode date: 1938-10-19
|13 -||The Lone Ranger - A Friend in Need|
Episode date: 1946-11-20
|14 -||The Lone Ranger - A Girl to Aid|
Episode date: 1941-12-1
|15 -||The Lone Ranger - A Girl's Bonfire|
Episode date: 1942-4-3
|16 -||The Lone Ranger - A Horse Changes Brands|
Episode date: 1941-3-26
|17 -||The Lone Ranger - A Killer Comes Home, Part 1|
Episode date: 1946-6-24
|18 -||The Lone Ranger - A Killer Comes Home, Part 2|
Episode date: 1946-6-26
|19 -||The Lone Ranger - A Lady Called Cannonball|
Episode date: 1949-4-15
|20 -||The Lone Ranger - A Look to the Future|
Episode date: 1950-1-4