4 edition of The Lone Ranger in Wild Horse Canyon found in the catalog.
The Lone Ranger in Wild Horse Canyon
Francis Hamilton Striker
by Amereon Limited
Written in English
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Condition: Good. Lone Ranger Adventure Stories No. 2. Adprint. Some pencil scribble to endpaper and title page, A reasonable copy. THE LONE RANGER IN WILD HORSE CANYON. Fran Striker. Published by Grosset -Hardback book that features photos from the Lone Ranger film starring Clayton Moore and Jay Silverheels -Story text was adapted. THE LONE RANGER Rides Again by Fran Striker #8 possible first printing VG - $ The Lone Ranger Rides Again by Fran Striker. Published by Grosset & Dunlap as #8 in the series. VG condition, possible first printing. The titles on the front flap of the dust jacket list through #8, the current title. There are no book lists in the book. The rear dust jacket flap lists 4 Don Winslow titles.
THE LONE RANGER - COMIC ANNUAL Wild West Cowboy (No 5) Young Hawk etc - $ Good condition for age. He knew that the life of the Lone Ranger was at stake. He weighed the value of this mystery rider's life against the value of the lives of the three lawmen. The West, he felt, and the white folks who were settling there, would be much more benefited if the Lone Ranger were to remain alive than they would be by three ordinary s:
The heroes and their horses Ride ‘im, cowboy! and The Lone Ranger’s horse was Silver and Tonto rode Scout – as did Johnny Mack Brown, for a while. there are some gorgeous Technicolor scenes of wild horse herds and a stunning black stallion in Red Canyon (). A lot of the wild-horse footage was re-used in multiple episodes of Author: Jeff Arnold's West. 2. Silver:All along the sagebrush trail, the Lone Ranger and his great white stallion Silver righted injustices and rid the West of bond is explained in the episode “The Legend of Silver” (): deep in Wild Horse Canyon, the Lone Ranger comes across a horse battling an enraged buffalo; the masked man saves the horse’s life, and in gratitude, Silver remains forever loyal Author: Lauren Feldman.
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John rated it it was ok review of another edition/5. Publisher: Grosset & Dunlap, New York, NY. Title: The Lone Ranger in Wild Horse Canyon. Author: Fran Striker. Binding: Hardback with NO dustjacket. We use the traditional book grading system of (from best to worst): As New, Fine, Very Good, Good, Fair, Rating: % positive.
(I am not sure if this is the same book that I actually read; it seems to be a first edition simply entitled, The Lone Ranger, but part of it is set in Wild Horse Valley.) Fran Striker's western--based on a character created by George W.
Trendle--presents a fast-paced yarn which gallops along with action and sagey adventure/5(4). gabriel lone ranger, Gabriel Lone Ranger, dell comics lone ranger, The Lone Ranger Accessories Action Figures, Horses Books with Dust Jacket, Books with Dust Jacket Oscar Wilde, Oscar Wilde Books with Dust Jacket, Horses Hardcover Books with Dust Jacket, Horses Paperback Books with Dust Jacket, Horses Books with Dust Jacket Publication YearSeller Rating: % positive.
The Lone Ranger in Wild Horse Canyon by Fran Striker in Dust Jacket. 1st Edition, Mystery, Western, Radio MeadowBrookTreasures 5 out of 5 stars () $ Favorite. When you book "The only authentic original looking Lone Ranger and Silver in the Country", your job of providing entertainment instantly becomes easier.
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Comics. Featuring "Silver Takes the Hidden Trail," "A Comedy of Errors," and "The Canyon Ladder." Back-up story, "Scamper's Victory." One-page text story, "Sandy." 32 pages, full color, in. x in., newsprint, with $ cover price.
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Such was the Ranger's popularity at the time that even his horse Silver had a comic book, The Lone Ranger's Famous Horse Hi-Yo Silver, starting in and running 34 issues; writer Gaylord DuBois wrote and developed Silver as a hero in his own d by: Fran Striker, George W.
Trendle. The Lone Ranger is an American western television series starring Clayton Moore (John Hart from to ) and Jay Silverheels as Tonto. The live-action series initially featured Gerald Mohr as the episode narrator. Fred Foy served as both narrator and announcer of.
“The Lone Ranger” is the first novel in the “Lone Ranger” series, which was released in the year The Lone Ranger was a nameless as well as mysterious friend to anyone in trouble. On Silver, his magnificent horse, he rode around the plains during the days of the early West. The Lone Ranger in Wild Horse Canyon, based on the famous Lone Ranger adventures created by Geo.
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New York: Grosset & Dunlap, The rear and half the spine of the jacket are present: the rest is missing. This is the first edition, or an early reprint, for No. 15 (this title) is followed by only the 16th (The Lone Ranger in Wild Horse Canyon) in the list opposite the title page. The Lone Ranger in Wild Horse Canyon by Striker, Francis Hamilton 1 edition - first published in The Lone Ranger rides again!" The character was originally believed to be inspired by Texas Ranger Captain John R.
Hughes, to whom the book "The Lone Star Ranger" by Zane Grey was dedicated in The radio series proved to be a hit running for an amazing 2, episodes. The Lone Ranger in Wild Horse Canyon () The Lone Ranger West of Maverick Pass () The Lone Ranger on Gunsight Mesa () The Lone Ranger and the Bitter Spring Feud () The Lone Ranger and the Code of the West () The Lone Ranger and Trouble on the Santa Fe () The Lone Ranger on Red Butte Trail ().
The Lone Ranger is a long-running, old-time radio and early television show created by George W. Trendle and developed by writer Fran Striker. The hero is a masked Texas Ranger in the American Old West, who gallops about righting injustices, usually with the aid of a clever American Indian sidekick called Tonto, and his horse Silver.Lone Ranger Rock today remains a magnet for fans of the "Lone Ranger" TV series.
Lone Ranger Rock in December Lately the area below Lone Ranger Rock, like much of the undeveloped terrain of the former Iverson Ranch over the past couple of years, has become overloaded with dried brush, making access a challenge.The Lone Ranger is a symbol of the brave circuit riding preachers, judges and marshals (riding alone or with one or two sidekicks unless circumstances warranted a “posse”) that only feared God and tamed the wild west, heralding well over a century of peace and safety not only for women, children and minorities, but their heroic actions.