The Lone Ranger (1949–1957)
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Pete and Pedro 

Pete and Pedro don't like working, until the Lone Ranger persuades them to help an attractive young woman save her ranch.

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George W. Trendle (creator), Tom Seller (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Clayton Moore ... The Lone Ranger
Jay Silverheels ... Tonto
Sheila Ryan ... Ellen Carter
Rufe Davis ... Pete Lacy
Don Diamond ... Pedro Matinez
John Parrish John Parrish ... Jeff Grant
William F. Leicester William F. Leicester ... Bill Morgan (as Bill Lester)
Fred Graham ... Red
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Pete and Pedro don't like working, until the Lone Ranger persuades them to help an attractive young woman save her ranch.

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Genres:

Western

Certificate:

TV-G
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Trivia

Don Diamond's TV debut. See more »

Goofs

Don Diamond, soon to play Kit Carson's sidekick "El Toro", here essays another Mexican character, but he's a bit shaky on the dialect; at one point, instead of "¡Madre Dios!", he exclaims, "Mamma Mia!". See more »

Quotes

The Lone Ranger: Only fools risk their life without reason.
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Soundtracks

William Tell Overture: Finale
by Gioachino Rossini
Played at program opening and during closing credits
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Hot Escape
1 May 2014 | by mitchrmpSee all my reviews

Grant and his men are trying to chase Ellen Carter out of her house. The foreman is faithful, but nobody will work for him because Grant and his men run them off. The Lone Ranger calls two interesting men to work at the ranch while Tonto goes to work at Grant's ranch.

Soon, the reason they want the ranch is revealed, but then The Lone Ranger ant Tonto are caught and held captive by Grant's men. The issues become pretty hot as the climax comes.

The episode was interesting. The two workers were very surprising but also entertaining as they try to win over the woman rancher's affections. The action in this one was a lot better since there wasn't a lot of fake fighting. And there's a surprise at the ending that was nice, even though I did suspect it...


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Language:

English

Release Date:

27 October 1949 (USA) See more »

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Production Co:

Apex Film Corp. See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono (Western Electric Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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