Lone ranger book 1940

Oclcs webjunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus. Tan cloth boards in very good condition, maroon text, maroon cowboy on a horse at the bottom of the front board. The set is considered one of the most popular of all nonsports entries. Etsy is the home to thousands of handmade, vintage, and oneofakind products and gifts related to your search. The successful show became a national sensation, spawning an equally popular television show that ran from 1949 to 1957, as well as comic books and movies. Reliable information about the coronavirus covid19 is available from the world health organization current situation, international travel. The first lone ranger novel appeared in 1936, and eventually 18 volumes were published, as listed below. A 69minute feature film version, created by editing the serial footage together, was released on 10 april 1940. The item youve selected was not added to your cart. In 2012, moonstone books published the novel the lone ranger. The lone ranger is the first novel in the lone ranger series, which was released in the year 1936.

The lone ranger and tonto by fran striker 1940 hardcover book. If its lone ranger you want, this is the book you want to start with. Interest in the series spiked with the release of the 20 movie starring johnny depp. The lone ranger was a nameless as well as mysterious friend to anyone in trouble. This book was the best book of the short story genre at the time of the release of the book. In 1933 a kid finds an old native american in a sideshow jubilee tent.

Considered the holy grail for lone ranger collectors, this title was not officially part of the ser. The lone ranger and tonto trail the criminal, higgins, from texas to montana. The lone ranger r83 set consists of 48 cards, each measuring 212 by 318, and displaying amazingly detailed and colorful drawings of the masked mans many heroic adventures. Stiff cardboard cover and 4 singlesided pages, all with beautiful color punchouts of the lone ranger, tonto, silver, scout, boy pal bud, indians, outlaws, horses and other animals.

The lone ranger rides signed by fran striker by striker. The lone ranger vintage nonsport trading cards for sale. Adapted from fran strikers hit radio program, striker also wrote the comic strips first episodes. The series also inspired numerous comic books, two movie serials, books, a live action television series 19491957 starring clayton moore as the lone ranger. The masked hero of the west battles outlaws with help from his sidekick tonto and faithful horse silver. Based on the famous lone ranger adventures created by george w. The lone star ranger full audiobook by zane grey by. In addition to writing 156 lone ranger scripts a year, he wrote the green hornet built around the lone ranger. The lone ranger rides by fran striker tonto the indian was breaking a trail across thunder mountain where it was said no horse could travel.

The theme music was the cavalry charge finale of gioacchino rossinis william tell overture, now inseparably associated with the series. Get the best deals on lone ranger book when you shop the largest online selection at. Directory price results news help consign classic site. The lone ranger and tonto striker, francis hamilton on. In detroit, james lipton portrayed the lone ranger s nephew, dan reid, during the early 1940s. The lone ranger and tonto take refuge from a blizzard, but find that the cabin is under siege by crooks who want a trappers furs. Trendle took his property to universal pictures, and was much happier with the results. Trendle for a detroit radio station and debuted on jan.

Liked to quote and live by the lone ranger creed written by fran striker around 1940, which began, i believe that to have. The lone ranger and the silver bullets is the tenth novel in the lone ranger series, which was released in the year 1946. The original artist was ed kressy, but he was replaced in 1939 by charles flanders who drew the strip until its conclusion. Lone ranger feature book 1940 comic books mycomicshop. During the days that the west was young, an experimental camel train left san antonio, texas in an effort to reach what was, at that time, a far destination. Lot a, misc cards, lone ranger, gemini space, soldiers, automobile, phx. The lone ranger was one of the best known newspaper western comic strips, appearing from september 1938 to december 1971. The incidental music from liszts les preludes was being used in the 1940s by germanys nazi propaganda minister, joseph.

The lone ranger s official release date is 12 february 1938, although this is actually the date the seventh chapter was made available to film exchanges. The lone ranger and the mystery of the missing body, art by charles flanders. On silver, his magnificent horse, he rode around the plains during the days of the early west. This collection is a must for the ultimate lone ranger fan. The lone star ranger zane grey 1872 1939 buck duane, son of a famous g.

Dust jacket very good 12 an inch chip at the top of the spine and a 14 inch at the bottom of the spine. One of the first comic books featuring the lone ranger. The lone ranger is a fictional masked former texas ranger who fought outlaws in the. The lone ranger rides again 1943 striker vintage book adventure wdj collectable. Download the lone ranger and tonto fistfight in heaven pdf. A mysterious killer called the ghost is terrorizing a town. Fifteen lone ranger big little books were published between 1935. Two dart lone ranger cards, 2005 the silver bullet the official newsletter for the lone ranger fans, issue 70, march.

Pioneering comics publisher david mckays feature book was the first us comic book to devote complete issues to a single character. Numerous and frequentlyupdated resource results are available from this search. The first book was written by gaylord dubois, but the others by fran francis hamilton striker. The lone ranger and tonto by fran striker hardcover. This collection celebrates the 80th anniversary of the lone ranger character, who first appeared in a radio show in 1933. It was one of fourteen feature films republic made from their serials. As inspiring as the lone ranger would prove to be, his origins were less mythological than. No matter what youre looking for or where you are in the world, our global marketplace of sellers can help you find unique and affordable options.

Lone ranger vintage novels fran striker big little books. The first book was written by gaylord dubois, but the others were by fran striker. The lone ranger and the secret weapon, art by charles flanders. Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by project gutenberg. The lone ranger takes off his mask in this episode of a tv show from the1950s posted by this episode about a rancher who is about to be cheated by a. The lone ranger 1936 the lone ranger and the mystery ranch 1938 the lone ranger and the gold robbery 1939 the lone ranger and the outlaw stronghold 1939 the lone ranger and tonto 1940 the lone ranger rides 1941 the lone ranger at the. This issue reprints lone ranger newspaper comic strips from september 12, 1938 to january 14, 1939. Get cozy and expand your home library with a large online selection of books at. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The lone ranger and the lost city of gold 2nd motion picture ks103 this is the 1958 dvd sequel to the successful first lone ranger movie. The green hornet was adapted into two movie serials, 1940s the green hornet and, in 1941, the green hornet strikes again. Ten 10 lone ranger daily newspaper strips from the 1940s. List of lone ranger novels lone ranger wiki fandom.

The lone ranger the wildest wild west show hd lone ranger the new animated series old cartoon duration. There are many short story books available on the market but the one we are talking about is on the top of the list without any doubt. Striker also reedited, and rewrote parts of later editions of the first novel. Get the best deals on dell lone ranger golden age comics when you shop the largest online selection at. It tells of the massacre, the meeting of the lone ranger and, meeting tonto, the origin of silver and the whole cavendish clan. Disliking the treatment republic gave the lone ranger in two serials, george w. The lone ranger on the trail of a criminal, art by charles flanders. Someone has knifed rancher red loftus and his daughter and stepson try to catch the killer.

Published 1979 by amereon house first published 1940. This is the 2nd book in the fran striker lone ranger series. Book depository books with free delivery worldwide. The masked rider, with his faithful companion tonto find out about a villain who is killing those who own the gold medallions. Free shipping on many items browse your favorite brands. The first lone ranger novel appeared in 1936, and eventually 18 volumes were. The indian is tonto johnny depp, the old partner of john reid armie hammer, a. The legend of the lone ranger the lone ranger 3 34in action figure gabriel 1982. The lone ranger and tonto by francis hamilton striker author isbn.

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