The publisher of a small western newspaper finds himself involved with outlaws who challenge his right to the freedom of the press. The Lone Ranger must become a defender of free speech and break the gang.
A feud between father and son brings the young man face to face with the death penalty when his father is shot. The Lone Ranger must work fast to prove that notorious killers, and not the young man, are to blame.
Framed for a crime, Jeff is allowed to leave prison before his trial after receiving a letter saying that his mother is sick. His mother is not sick, and the real culprits concocted the release in order to kill Jeff before trial.
Will Bradley, a prosperous businessman who ruthlessly crushes all opposition, masterminds a large scale cattle rustling operations. The Lone Ranger joins forces with the local Sherriff to take down Bradley.
Con men pose as a scholarly old professor and soldier in order to defraud the parents of Civil War soldiers. In their efforts to expose the pair, The Lone Ranger and Tonto unwittingly walk into a trap.
Lela Anson, a clever young actress, and two associates use various disguises to cover their murders and robberies. The Lone Ranger sets a trap to capture the three and to prove to Sheriff Markum that the woman he loves is a cold-blooded murderer.
Jeff Niles lives a quiet respectable life, but a former outlaw from Jeffês past demands sanctuary on his ranch. The Lone Ranger helps Jeff make a difficult decision and shows a relentless Sheriff that justice has a heart.
Big Jim Folsom and his gang terrorize San Carlo County but live as law-abiding citizens when crossing into San Pedro County. With the help of The Lone Ranger and Tonto, Sheriff Malony sets a trap to catch the bandits in the act in San Carlo.
Set in the days of the Old West, Gail Davis, who plays Annie Oakley, the sharpshooter who cleans up the west in this classic Saturday morning T.V. series from the fifties. This special collection of "fan favorites" contains 10 complete episodes.