#4414m – 2009 44c Early TV Memories: The Lone Ranger

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Early Television Memories
The Lone Ranger

Issue Date: August 11, 2009
City: North Hollywood, CA

“I was a big fan of ‘The Lone Ranger.’  He was always acting on the side of good and the music would really get you into the scene.  My sisters and I used to fight a lot over the T.V. – they wanted to watch soap operas.  But there was a local tavern where I grew up.  They had a television and we’d go down there and watch it, with about a half dozen of us kids gathered around that small screen.” – John H.

He was everything a hero ought to be – honest, brave, and righteous.  He became a children’s role model – the noble lawman fighting crime and injustice in the Wild West.  He was an ex-Texas Ranger whose brother and friends were slain by desperadoes.  Armed with expensive silver bullets as a reminder that life (like silver) was precious, the hero and his partner preferred non-lethal means to defeat the bad guys.  The duo would then ride away, leaving people wondering, “Who was that masked man?”

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Early Television Memories
The Lone Ranger

Issue Date: August 11, 2009
City: North Hollywood, CA

“I was a big fan of ‘The Lone Ranger.’  He was always acting on the side of good and the music would really get you into the scene.  My sisters and I used to fight a lot over the T.V. – they wanted to watch soap operas.  But there was a local tavern where I grew up.  They had a television and we’d go down there and watch it, with about a half dozen of us kids gathered around that small screen.” – John H.

He was everything a hero ought to be – honest, brave, and righteous.  He became a children’s role model – the noble lawman fighting crime and injustice in the Wild West.  He was an ex-Texas Ranger whose brother and friends were slain by desperadoes.  Armed with expensive silver bullets as a reminder that life (like silver) was precious, the hero and his partner preferred non-lethal means to defeat the bad guys.  The duo would then ride away, leaving people wondering, “Who was that masked man?”