Monday, January 30, 2017

1933: The Lone Ranger debut on the radio

Like some of you, I grew up watching "The Lone Ranger" on TV.  

However, the show started on the radio many years ago:
"The creation of station-owner George Trendle and writer Fran Striker, the "masked rider of the plains" became one of the most popular and enduring western heroes of the 20th century. 
Joined by his trusty steed, Silver, and loyal Indian scout, Tonto, the Lone Ranger sallied forth to do battle with evil western outlaws and Indians, generally arriving on the scene just in time to save an innocent golden-haired child or sun-bonneted farm wife."
A few years ago, I heard some of these old radio shows and they were great.

Eventually, radio became TV and "The Lone Ranger" was seen by millions of kids like me.




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