The Lone Ranger T.V. Episodes


(Episodes 183 through 221)

"The Wooden Rifle" September 13, 1956  Episode # 183
A young boy, Danny Sommers (Paul Engle), witnesses the murder of Max Sunday 
by Ed Dekker (Sydney Mason). Danny's identity is discovered when he drops his toy 
wooden rifle near the murder scene. Will Donovan is falsely accused of the murder 
and the Lone Ranger and Tonto work to discover the true murderer. The Lone Ranger 
disguises himself as a professor of a medicine wagon to get some evidence against 
Dekker. The Lone Ranger and Tonto use their ropes to save the entire Sommers family 
from Dekker's attempt to murder all of them in an "accident". Rand Brooks plays the 
part of Al Sommers, Barbara Ann Knudson plays the part of Nancy Sommers and Bill 
Challee plays the part of Jed Crawley.

"The Sheriff of Smoke Tree" September 20, 1956  Episode # 184
A new mining camp needs a sheriff to control a man named Lem Crater (John Beradino) 
who arrived recently with two other men. A young man, Buck Webb (Ron Hagerthy), 
wants the job but after being run out of town, he needs some persuasion by the Lone 
Ranger to go back and borrows one of the Ranger's guns. A fight and a smoky mine 
shaft all add up to young Buck proving that he has what it takes to be the sheriff. The 
Lone Ranger is convinced also when he hears Buck say: "The law don't mean to take 
revenge, only to get justice." Mickey Simpson plays the part of Slim Peake, Slim 
Pickens plays the part of Joe Boley and Tudor Owen plays the part of Mason.

"The Counterfeit Mask" September 27, 1956  Episode # 185
A series of crimes including murder by an outlaw impersonating the Lone Ranger,
adds up to the real Lone Ranger & Tonto spending time in jail. Sheriff Calloway 
(Sydney Mason) releases them to help bring in the real murderer. Young Joe Wilkins 
(Paul Engle) mistakes the real Lone Ranger for the imposter and they all nearly get 
blown up in a mine. The Lone Ranger disguises himself as a miner, Ed Doherty and 
Tonto is disguised as Grey Horse at one point. The impersonator is a man named 
Rankin who was imprisoned by the Lone Ranger in Montana and Rankin had vowed 
to dishonor the name of the Lone Ranger throughout the West to get revenge.

"No Handicap" October 4, 1956  Episode # 186
The town is Granite Creek and the Douglas Gang has been terrorizing the area 
with robberies and murders and the Lone Ranger & Tonto have been searching 
for them as well. Marshall Griff Allison (Will Wright) is about to retire when the 
gang strikes the town and Griff is blinded by a gunshot. The Lone Ranger 
damages one of his own guns and asks that Griff repair it, even though he is 
blind. Griff at first declines to try but he does repair the gun and at the end of 
the show, the Lone Ranger & the townspeople, give him some things he needs 
to open his own small gunsmith shop. Deputy Jim Hannah is played by Ron 
Hagerthy, Gary Marshall plays the part of Johnny Allison, John Beradino plays 
the part of Cole Douglas, Jim Parnell plays the part of Billy Douglas and Tudor 
Owen plays the part of Doctor Arthur Reed.

"The Cross of Santo Domingo" October 11, 1956  Episode # 187
Three men rob Father Juan (Ric Roman) of the recently found "Cross of Santo 
Domingo". Arley McQueen (Denver Pyle) is an unlikely member of the outlaws 
as he is a well-known and respected jeweler in Pine Gap. He needs the money 
from his share of the jewels embedded in the cross, to go back East to find a 
doctor to help his son, Tommy (John Crawford) walk again. Brick Norton 
(Gregg Barton) abandons his partner, Jed (Lane Bradford) , who was wounded 
accidentally during the robbery. As the cross was a symbol of good, the 
masked man is a symbol of truth and justice. Jeanne Bates plays the part of 
Amy McQueen and Larry Johns plays the part of Sheriff Hobart.

"White Hawk's Decision" October 18, 1956  Episode # 188
Little Hawk (Ed Hashim) returns to his tribe after obtaining an education in the 
hopes of helping his people live a better way of life but his brother, Fleet Horse
(Robert Swan) despises his brother and his ideas. Fleet Horse is being deceived 
by two white men, Frank Carter (Harry Lauter) and Dave (Mike Ragan/Holly Bane)
who know of silver on the land owned by the Indians. After luring Little Hawk to the 
nearly empty village with intent to kill him by Fleet Horse, their father White 
Hawk (Charles Stevens) steps in and is forced to shoot Fleet Horse to save Little 
Hawk. Louis Letterie plays the part of the young boy, Arrowfoot.

"The Return of Don Pedro O'Sullivan" October 25, 1956  Episode # 189
Don Pedro O'Sullivan (Tudor Owen) is trying to return to Mexico by stagecoach 
when Colonel Carlos Ortega's (Joe Vitale) men attack and attempt to kill 
O'Sullivan. The Lone Ranger and Tonto switch places with O'Sullivan and his 
aide. Maria Manay plays the part of Conchita Colleen and John Beradino plays 
the part of Dutch Regan and Mickey Simpson plays the part of Matt Hinshaw. 
George Lewis plays the part of Jose.

"Quicksand" November 1, 1956  Episode # 190
A pool of quicksand, the Mary Whitecloud Indian School and a map to 
hidden gold are all a part of this story. Silver comes to the rescue of The 
Lone Ranger, who captures the evil Black Hawk (Ric Roman) and gets 
the gold. The part of Vance Kiley is played by Denver Pyle and Henry 
Rowland plays the part of Steve Grote and Robert Burton plays the part 
of Ben Sutherland.

"Quarter Horse War" November 8, 1956  Episode # 191
The Lone Ranger talks about the origin of the quarter horse as Chief Iron
Hand (Charles Stevens) and his nephew arrive in town for a race. A 
crooked Marshall McGuire (Harry Lauter) is caught, after stealing the 
race money to embarrass a teacher, Mark Allen (George Mather). In this
episode, you can find out what The Lone Ranger calls his home state. 
The part of Major Halliday is played by Bill Tannen and the part of Hazel 
Halliday is played by Mae Morgan.

"The Letter Bride" November 15, 1956  Episode # 192
The bride, Mah Lin Soong (Judy Dan) of Lee Po (Victor Sen Young) is 
kidnapped from the stage headed for Forgans Flat. The Lone Ranger 
disguises himself as Sven Olson in this story of a man, named J.S. Forgan 
(Joe Vitale), trying to keep Chinese immigrants out of town. Dennis Moore
plays the part of Slick Friley, Slim Pickens plays the part of Ed Jones, 
Claire Carleton plays the part of Jennie and Tudor Owen plays the part of 
Sheriff Ike Kane.

"Hot Spell in Panamint" November 22, 1956  Episode # 193
A plot to put the marshal of Panamint out of commission in order to steal 
a gold shipment is the plan of Cal Ames (Bill Challee). Sunlight reflected in 
a mirror by Miss Sarah Edwards (Barbara Ann Knudson) enables The Lone 
Ranger to capture Big Joe Hunsaker (Sydney Mason). Rand Brooks plays 
the part of Roy Bell and John Cliff plays the part of Bradley.

"The Twisted Track" November 29, 1956  Episode # 194
Wynn Harkey (Bill Henry) tries to settle an old score from the Civil War 
against Frank Miller (Gregg Barton) in Miller's Junction. The Lone Ranger 
and Tonto help a young man, Clint Harkey (Tyler MacDuff), realize his 
potential to work despite a disability. Robert Burton plays the part of 
Ed Powell.

"Decision for Chris McKeever" December 6, 1956  Episode # 195
The McKeever Gang steals a gold shipment and are captured by The Lone
Ranger and Tonto who must now take them to a sheriff, a 5 day ride
away. A snake bite and quicksand help Chris McKeever (George Mather) 
turn over a new leaf. Bill Tannen plays the part of Seth McKeever and 
Robert Swan plays the part of Ward McKeever.

"Trouble at Tylerville" December 13, 1956  Episode # 196
An ex-convict, Roy Hillman (Tom Brown), returns to Tylerville to live a normal 
life. A woman, Annie Tyler (Mary Ellen Kaye), tries to help Roy but her brother,
Jess Tyler (John Pickard), doesn't like it. The Lone Ranger teaches the sheriff 
(Francis McDonald) a lesson in equal justice. Ben Welden plays the part of 
Ed Lacey and Charles Aldridge plays the part of Jonas.

"Christmas Story" December 20, 1956  Episode # 197
The Lone Ranger & Tonto help Robby Talbot (James Baird) cut down a 
Christmas tree and then begin a search for Robby's gold hunting father, 
Ben Talbot (Bill Henry), capture a gang of bank robbers and then convince 
Ben to return to his wife, Mary (Aline Towne), and Robby in time for 
Christmas. A great Christmas episode which also stars Robert Burton 
as Josh Hannah and Mary Newton as Martha Hannah.

"Ghost Canyon" December 27, 1956  Episode # 198
Willy Moon (Robert Swan) passes himself off to Chief Imbray (Charles Stevens), 
as the son of the chief's dead sister but Willy actually killed the man and 
assumed his identity. Willy uses the services of two outlaws, Drake (Harry 
Lauter) & Sloat (Mike Ragan) to murder one of Chief Imbray's two sons. 
Bright Eagle (Ed Hashim) must past the Pima test of manhood but Willy 
orders his two men to kill him. A very narrow canyon figures in on the plot as 
well. Parts of this episode were filmed in Kanab, Utah.

"Outlaw Masquerade" January 3, 1957  Episode # 199
Tonto goes undercover in prison as "Red Dog" to help Frank Cameron 
(House Peters, Jr.) "escape" and then to lead the Lone Ranger and Tonto to 
stolen gold. Silver chases down Billy Cameron (Richard Crane) and The Lone 
Ranger is wounded. Steve Ritch plays the part of Rado and Joseph Crehan 
plays the part of the governor.

"The Avenger" January 10, 1957  Episode # 200
Crime is rampant in the town of Cottonwood and after Jason Rote (unknown)
is murdered and the killer, Dave Spence (unknown), is acquitted, Mark Rote 
(Alan Wells) becomes mentally un-balanced but Judge Talbot (Francis 
McDonald) still appoints him as town marshal. The Lone Ranger tries to 
convince the Judge of his error. The boss of the criminal element is Ben 
Jordan (Tris Coffin) and he tries to get Mark Rote involved in a gunfight with 
former murderer, Baxter Crowe (Roy Barcroft). Rote nearly takes the life of 
the innocent Crowe before the Lone Ranger is able to convince Rote that 
he is making a terrible mistake. Crowe offers to help Mark Rote through
the shock of the murder of his father. Dennis Moore plays the part of Brad 
Stacy. Watch this episode to learn the definition of a "road agent spin".

"The Courage of Tonto" January 17, 1957 Episode # 201
An Apache Indian, Red Cloud (Maurice Jara), is promoted to Sergeant at Fort 
Apache but when his father, Chief  Grey Horse (Francis McDonald) is killed, 
the Lone Ranger & Tonto are blamed. Tonto is held captive until The Lone 
Ranger captures the real murderer, Lew Pearson (Joel Ashley). Major Jonathan 
(Ewing Mitchell) speaks highly about his two friends near the end of this episode.
Jim Bannon plays the part of Greg.

"The Breaking Point" January 24, 1957  Episode # 202
Dan Peters (Keith Richards) has finally found a productive gold claim in Surprise 
Valley but Mark Slade (House Peters) and his gang want it and are holding him 
hostage until he reveals the location of the claim. Lenny Peters (Brad Morrow) 
lets "Old Paint" lead him to his father, against the request of Lenny's grandpa, 
Griff (Charles Waggenheim) and the Lone Ranger. To capture the outlaws, Tonto 
suggests using the "Indian Buffalo Hunt Trick" which works superbly and the Slade 
Gang is captured and Dan is reunited with his father and son.

"A Harp for Hannah" January 31, 1957  Episode # 203
Walter Dubbs (Trevor Bardette) is on his way to buy a birthday present for his wife 
but he is robbed by Wes Talman (Bob Roark) and accomplices. The sheriff is not 
very helpful but Tonto locates a witness to the robbery and the truth prevails with 
the help of the Lone Ranger and Tonto, who also give Mrs. Dubb's (Louise Lewis) 
a birthday present at the end of the episode. Pierce Lyden plays the part of Reese 
Talman and Ralph Sanford plays the part of Sheriff Wirt.

"A Message from Abe" February 7, 1957  Episode # 204
The Lone Ranger & Tonto arrive to check on a former convict, Phil Beach
(James Griffith)and his wife Ann (Maggie O'Byrne). Ann's father, Old Man 
Hawkins (Harry Strang), refuses to help them with money and Phil resorts 
to stealing the money from Old Man Hawkins. The Gettysburg Address 
recitation is a big factor in The Lone Ranger determining the truth in this 
story. Mauritz Malone plays the part of Mauritz Hugo. Other uncredited 
characters are the sheriff, the deputy sheriff, Lefty and Fingers Blake.

"Code of Honor" February 14, 1957  Episode # 205
A fake U.S. cavalry captain (John Cliff) commits several robberies which 
causes the real Capt. Steven Davis (Don C. Harvey) to be blamed. His young 
son, Tim (Paul Engle), refuses to believe his father has turned bad. The Lone 
Ranger & Tonto both wear disguises as they track down the outlaws to rescue 
the captain who has been kidnapped and to also recover the stolen gold. Helene 
Marshall plays the part of Ellen Davis, John Maxwell plays the part of Colonel 
Strickland, and Rand Brooks plays the part of Phillips. Two other characters 
are uncredited and they are: Yancy (believed to be played by Sandy Sanders) 
and Jimmy, the red-haired little boy.

"The Turning Point" February 21, 1957  Episode # 206
The town is Blue River and John (Paul Campbell) & Amy Stark (Margaret Stewart) 
write for assistance from the Lone Ranger & Tonto. A group of vigilantes has a 
corrupt member, Ray Torgeson (George Barrows), who tries to extort money from 
the Starks. The Lone Ranger & Tonto use the "old gang trick" in this episode. The 
part of Earl Bennett is played by Pierce Lyden.

"Dead-Eye" February 28, 1957  Episode # 207
Marshall Dallas "Dead-Eye" Jones (William Fawcett) comes out of retirement to 
track down the murderer, Jake Beaudry (Zon Murray). The Lone Ranger & Tonto 
step in when they learn the marshal may be ambushed on his way to Silver City. 
Our heroes do their best to help the cantankerous old marshall capture Jake 
Beaudry and his partner, Tanner (Myron Healey). The part of Doc Washburn is 

"Clover in the Dust" March 7, 1957  Episode # 208
The Lone Ranger & Tonto find the body of Will Yeomans, murdered in the rocks
on the Ben Ranson ranch. Before he died, Will drew a 3 leaf clover in the dust 
and Tonto found another clue, a loose horseshoe with missing nails on one of 
two horses that rode away. Jeff Yeomans (Harry Strang) is informed of his son's
death and his foreman, Matt Thorne (Syd Mason) is quick to blame Ben Ranson 
(Don C. Harvey). A second son, Tom Yeomans (Dan Barton), is shamed by his 
father into going after Ranson but decides at the last minute to not do anything. 
Jeff is furious that his son backed down and Tom decides to leave and Jeff is so 
angry that he writes a new will, making Matt Thorne the sole beneficiary of his 
estate. Thorne has been the rustler that Yeomans has been fighting and Thorne 
now has a reason to murder Jeff Yeomans. The Lone Ranger & Tonto interrupt 
the attempted murder as Tom rushes in to save his father's life. Jeff Yeomans
apologizes to his son for being such a fool as the Lone Ranger & Tonto ride

"Slim's Boy" March 14, 1957  Episode # 209
Ex-con Gil Ryan (Pierce Lyden) is on his way to Dark Canyon settle a score 
with Marshal Sam Masters (Trevor Bardette) who sent him to prison 8 years 
ago. Sam has rheumatism in both hands and he cannot even draw his guns 
anymore but no one knows of his condition----he thinks, but Gil Ryan has 
learned of the affliction. Tom Bartlertt (Bob Roark), Slim's son, has become 
very bitter after Slim was gunned down and Sam & his wife, Amy, have been 
trying to keep Tom out of trouble. A gold refinery is the next victim, according 
to Luke (?), one of Gil's henchmen, but the Lone Ranger and Tonto work with 
Sam to arrest the robbers and Tom learns about the courage that Sam has 
when he stands up to Gil Ryan. Tom uses his whip to lend a hand to Sam. 
Louise Lewis plays the part of Amy Marshall.

"Two Against Two" March 21, 1957  Episode # 210
Vic Foley (Baynes Barron) escapes from the state prison and goes to the 
Danny (Gary Murray) & Maria (Eugenia Paul) Mendoza farm to get Danny 
to help him recover $100,000 stolen in his last bank robbery. Vic lies to 
Danny about the Lone Ranger shooting Eduardo,  Danny's brother, in the 
back, about a year ago. It was actually Vic who had killed Eduardo. Vic 
plots to kill the Lone Ranger, Tonto and Danny in a cave but a keg of 
blasting powder allows the three men to escape from Vic's trap. Vic is 
captured and Danny reunited with his sister, Maria.

"Ghost Town Fury" March 28, 1957  Episode # 211
The 3 Clanton Gang members, Wade (Baynes Barron), Johnny (Richard 
Crane), and Vic (House Peters, Jr.) break out of prison and begin a crime 
wave near the Badlands. The Lone Ranger & Tonto are looking for them and
stop at a friend's Blackhawk (Steve Ritch) ranch to get some information. 
Blackhawk's son, Keo (Carlos Vera) and his friend Scott, want to be like our
masked hero & Tonto and sneak into the Badlands to look for the Clantons. 
The gang have their hideout in an old ghost town and Keo & Scott stumble 
across it and get trapped by the Clantons. Keo manages to sneak out and
meet up with the Lone Ranger & Tonto. Scott & Keo assist in the capture
of the Clantons but also learn to let their parents know in advance, where
they are going to go, in the future.

"The Prince of Buffalo Gap" April 4, 1957  Episode # 212
Prince Heinrich Von Maximilian (Robert Crosson) is in Buffalo Gap for a 
buffalo hunt and there is a plot by his uncle Baron Otto Von Koenig (Gabor 
Curtiz) to cause the death of the prince by a planned accident. The Baron 
hires Matt Cagle (Jim Bannon) to carry out the murder but the prince 
overhears the plot and takes off. The Lone Ranger & Tonto win the trust of
the prince and all three combine their efforts to get the evidence against the 
Baron and Cagle. Michael Winkleman plays the part of Chip Truett.

"The Law and Miss Aggie" April 11, 1957  Episode # 213
Aggie Turner (Florence Lake) is angry with all Indians and the reason is that 
she believes her husband, Ben and her son, Chip, were murdered 20 years 
ago by Apaches. Chief Flying Cloud (Joe Vitale) & his adopted son, White 
Eagle (Brad Jackson), must cross the Turner ranch as they head for Fort 
Carson. Aggie orders her foreman and two hands to ambush the chief, not 
realizing that White Eagle is actually her long lost son, Chip. A rare gold 
coin is the tipoff to the Lone Ranger of the family connection between Aggie 
and White Eagle. The Lone Ranger takes on a big man, Samson O'Hara 
(Max Baer), in a fistfight and shows that brawn isn't always a necessity 
in winning a fight. Dennis Moore plays the part of Keg.

"The Tarnished Star" April 18, 1957  Episode # 214
Vince Barrett (Myron Healey) is the new town marshal in Peaceful Valley which 
has been plagued by the False Face Gang. Vince married the widow of Marshall 
Jim Wade, Martha (Mercedes Shirley), about a month ago. Jim was killed by an 
unknown cowboy about 2 years ago. It turns out that Vince believes he was the 
cowboy who accidentally killed Jim Wade and that Bart Rennick (Zon Murray) has 
been blackmailing Vince. Rennick is the leader of the False Face Gang. A whistled 
tune is enough to make Vince take back the marshal's star and the Lone Ranger & 
Tonto learn the words to the tune. Vince finally admits the truth to the Lone Ranger 
and then to Martha. After one last act as marshal, in which the False Face Gang is
captured, Rennick admits that Vince didn't shoot Wade but that he, Rennick, actually 
shot the marshal. Paul Engle plays the part of Jackie Wade and William Fawcett plays
the part of banker Elias Rush.

"Canuck" April 25, 1957  Episode # 215
The Canucks are people who have come to the United States from Canada and have 
settled in the area of Vandalia. Dan Slauson (Tris Coffin) is doing his best to drive the 
Canucks away and he buys up their land. Slauson is aided in his criminal ways by a
fake U.S. Marshal Dillon (Roy Barcroft) and Bert Ronson (Richard Benedict). The 
Charron family is attacked and the husband killed, leaving Cecile Charron (Virginia 
Christine) and the son, Etienne Charron (Peter Miles) left to carry on. Slauson even 
cheats the Canucks by using disappearing ink on the sales contracts. The Lone 
Ranger used the disappearing ink against Slauson and also pretends to be Papa 
Baptiste after Ronson thought he had killed him. Jason Johnson also plays the part of 
Tom Burrows.

"Mission for Tonto" May 2, 1957  Episode # 216
Kip Hollaway (Tyler MacDuff) is enroute to his grandfather Chad Bannion's (Robert 
Burton) ranch when he is ambushed by two men, Duke Wade (Lane Bradford) and 
Cash Wade (Gregg Barton). Their mother, Emmy Corkle (Florence Lake), is about 
to marry Chad and she doesn't want Kip around to share in the ranch in the future. 
Tonto goes to the Bannion ranch for help after Kip is wounded but Emmy instructs 
her two sons to follow along and kill Kip, Tonto and the Lone Ranger. The Lone 
Ranger has taught Silver a new trick and it proves to be very helpful in order to get 
the drop on Emmy and her two nasty sons.

"Journey to San Carlos" May 9, 1957  Episode # 217
Renegade Paiute Indians that were part of Blue Feather's (Rick Vallin) tribe, are 
attacking wagons. A determined Jed Walker (Joe Sargent) insists on leaving the 
fort to travel to San Carlos with his sister Sally Walker (Melinda Byron). The Lone 
Ranger & Tonto finally get Ben Murray (Myron Healey) to guide the Walkers to San 
Carlos. Ben had given up guiding after he had lost his courage and ran from a wagon 
train in which 18 people were killed. The Ranger is trying to help Ben get his courage 
back so he can be a productive and useful man again. The Walkers are attacked on 
the trail and afterwards, they wait while Tonto goes for help from Blue Feather. Ben 
wins a battle to regain his courage when he nearly runs out again but changes his 
mind. Harry Strange plays the part of Colonel Ray Wickstrom.

"The Bankerís Son" May 16, 1957  Episode # 218
Banker Tom Bryan (Ewing Mitchell) tries to force his son Fred (Ron Hagerthy) 
to learn the banking business. An accidental shooting & cover-up causes the 
Lone Ranger to disguise himself as an old army soldier to get to the truth. One 
important piece of advice is given by The Lone Ranger:  "Strength can only 
come from inner convictions, never from orders." Bill Nichols becomes the 
marshal by the end of the episode. Jim Bannon plays the part of Marshal 
Hendricks, Pat Nichols plays the part of Bill Nichols and Hank Worden plays
the part of Bruckner in this episode.

"The Angel and the Outlaw" May 23, 1957  Episode # 219
The Calico Kid (Brad Jackson) and his gang split up after a robbery in 
which Tonto wounds the Kid. The Kid receives treatment for his wound by 
Mama Angel (Florence Lake) who intends to get the Calico Kid to turn himself
in to the law. The Kid has a negative influence on a boy, Manuel Sanchez 
(Carlos Vera) who envies the Kid. The Lone Ranger disguises himself as an 
old saddle tramp and also tries to convince the Kid to change his ways and to
try to get him to convince Manuel that being a robber and a gunman is not being 
a hero. At the end, the Kid becomes afraid when his two gang members show 
up to collect their share of the stolen loot. A young girl, Easter (Linda Wrather) 
also helps to get the Calico Kid to change his ways. Dennis Moore plays the 
part of Dallas.

"Blind Witness" May 30, 1957  Episode # 220
The Grody brothers, Steve (Myron Healey) and Luke (Zon Murray) rob the express
office, with assistance from Joe Benson (Byron Foulger), the town watchmaker. 
An elderly man, Tom Ellsworth (William Fawcett) witnesses the Grody brothers 
leaving the express office and is shot by Steve. Benson tries to pin the 
robbery on the Lone Ranger and he threatens Tom by telling him that the Grody 
boys will kill Kate (Kay Riehl), Tom's wife, if he identifies the Grody boys from 
wanted posters. Benson then constructs a bomb and puts it in the luggage on the 
stage which is transporting the Ellsworths & the doctor to Abilene, the next day. 
The sheriff & Lone Ranger & Tonto discover Benson, murdered in his store, but he 
managed to write with a pencil, that the stage is carrying the bomb, before he died. 
The Lone Ranger & Tonto stop the stage and Tonto throws off pieces of luggage and 
the piece carrying the bomb, explodes near the Grody brothers and they are both 
killed. The Lone Ranger recites an appropriate bible verse at this point, Proverbs 26:27. 
Three actors are not identified in this episode: The doctor, the Sheriff and the 
stagecoach driver.

"Outlaws in Greasepaint" June 6, 1957  Episode # 221
The final episode where The Lone Ranger disguises himself as Othello 
in which he and Tonto help arrest two robbers, DeWitt (Tom Brown) & Lavinia 
(Mary Ellen Kaye) Faversham. They are two members of a defunct Shakespearean 
repertory company who are robbing Wells Fargo Offices now, for a living. Ben 
Welden plays the part of Jim Waddell, the agent at the Pine Valley Wells Fargo 
office and John Pickard plays the part of Lem Hollister, the agent at the Cedar 
Springs Wells Fargo office. 

* NOTE: This is a partial and incomplete listing, but with some time, I hope to complete
the entire television episodes synopsis. This season last updated on March 12, 2010.

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