The Lone Ranger: The Lost Episodes

DVD Release: April 23, 2013
The Lone Ranger: The Lost Episodes


The Lone Ranger rides again in this compilation of lost episodes and rare footage. This action-packed film features the most famous Lone Ranger of them all, Clayton Moore, with his faithful friend Tonto. See the Lone Ranger thunder down the western landscapes on his horse, Silver, putting an end to all injustices.

Dove Review

“The Lone Ranger: The Lost Episodes” is a treasure trove for Lone Ranger aficionados! This DVD contains a color episode, promos, and an unaired “Lone Ranger” episode, in addition to a commercial for U.S. government sales bonds that never before appeared on TV. Featured too is the first Lone Ranger cartoon! The episodes are action-packed and feature chase scenes and interesting plots. There are several other commercials included that have not been seen since their original airing, and Clayton Moore and Jay Silverheels are featured in most of them.

Lone Ranger fans, western fans, and classic TV fans will find this to be a most enjoyable watch. And a little morality is thrown into the episodes as well. We are most happy to present “The Lone Ranger: The Lost Episodes” our Dove Seal for ages twelve plus. Parents should consult our content listing as some parents will be fine with their children a bit under the age of 12 watching the film. Hi-yo Silver, and have a good time watching this show!

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: None
Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: A few fist fights; people shoot at one another and a few die but there are no graphic scenes; gunpowder explosion; man is left hanging but by his shoulders, not his neck, and he is rescued; a knife is thrown and hits man in the chest.
Drugs: Man smoking a cigar in a couple of scenes; drinking in a couple of scenes including wine.
Nudity: Shirtless man.
Other: Bad guys rustle cattle; man steals money but is caught; tension between characters.


Company: Legend Films
Writer: Various
Director: Various
Producer: Legend Films
Genre: Western
Runtime: 95 min.
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter