Clayton Moore: The Legend Of The Lone Ranger
The Lone Ranger was created for radio in 1933 by George W. Trendle. Starring Clayton Moore as the title character and Jay Silverheels as his faithful companion, Tonto, The Lone Ranger went on to become one of the most popular westerns in history. Clayton Moore passed away in 1999, but he left us the legacy of a lawman that always shot to wound, not kill, and never sought reward for his good deeds. Through Moore's portrayal, The Lone Ranger has become a symbol of individualism and justice that transcends it's time and genre. This 72-minute black & white feature was compiled from 3 episodes of the TV series.