Schauspiel. JD · Johnny Depp. Tonto | Von links: Der Schauspieler Armie Hammer, der Produzent Jerry Bruckheimer, die Schauspieler Johnny Depp und Ruth Wilson und der Regisseur Gore. Die Eisenbahn verspricht Wohlstand und Fortschritt, doch sie lockt auch skrupellose Gangster an. Als sich sechs Texas Ranger, darunter Dan und sein Bruder John Reid, den Machenschaften der Gesetzlosen in den Weg stellen, werden sie in einen.
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Die Eisenbahn verspricht Wohlstand und Fortschritt, doch sie lockt auch skrupellose Gangster an. Als sich sechs Texas Ranger, darunter Dan und sein Bruder John Reid, den Machenschaften der Gesetzlosen in den Weg stellen, werden sie in einen. Ranger; Helena Bonham Carter: Red; William Fichtner: Butch Cavendish; James Badge Dale: Dan Reid; Barry Pepper: Captain Jay Fuller; Tom Wilkinson: Latham Cole; Ruth Wilson: Rebecca Reid; Mason Cook: Will. Lone Ranger (Originaltitel The Lone Ranger) ist ein US-amerikanischer Westernfilm aus dem Als Tonto die toten Ranger findet und sie beerdigen will, wird John Reid von. The Lone Ranger ist eine US-amerikanische Westernserie, die zwischen 19erstausgestrahlt wurde. Sie basiert auf der gleichnamigen Hörspielreihe des US-Radiosenders WXYT von Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Handlung; 2 Besetzung und Synchronisation; 3 Hintergrund; 4 Deutsche John Reid ist der einzige Überlebende einer Gruppe von Texas Rangers, die. Johnny Depp. Rolle: Tonto. Armie Hammer. Rolle: John Reid, The Lone Ranger. Tom Wilkinson. Rolle: Latham Cole. William Fichtner. Rolle: Butch Cavendish. Schauspiel. JD · Johnny Depp. Tonto | Der Lone Ranger - Cast & Crew. Komplette Besetzung von Der Lone Ranger. Gehe zu: Schauspiel. Schauspiel. JS · Jay Silverheels. Tonto | 0 Fans. Bekannt für. Indianer-Sidekicks Tonto schlüpfen soll. Jetzt scheint auch der Richtige für die Hauptrolle des maskierten Titelhelden "The Lone Ranger" gefunden zu sein.
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At the time of the release of the film The Legend of the Lone Ranger , the company owning the rights to the character, Wrather Corp. The film itself was a critical and commercial failure.
It starred Klinton Spilsbury in his only motion picture appearance. His lines were overdubbed by James Keach. Moore, who never appeared publicly without his mask, was enjoined in the lawsuit from wearing it and, in protest, he began wearing oversized sunglasses that were the approximate size and shape of the mask.
Another passenger announces his intent to make his fortune from his invention of sunglasses. The stage is robbed and the inventor killed.
As John Reid lays the dead man on the floor with the broken dark glasses, yet another passenger says, "So much for American opportunity. The TV movie served as the pilot for a possible new series.
However, the movie was greeted unenthusiastically; the name of the secret identity of the Lone Ranger was changed from "John Reid" to "Luke Hartman", and while an empty grave was still alongside those of the five dead Rangers, its supposed occupant was unidentified, and the hero maintained his unmasked identity, as well, becoming a cowboy version of Zorro , as in the first film serial.
Ultimately, the project was shelved, with the pilot aired in telefilm form during the summer season due to Murray's popularity with the target audience of the network.
The series also inspired numerous comic books , books, and gramophone records. The first Lone Ranger novel appeared in , and eventually 18 volumes were published, as listed below.
The first book was written by Gaylord Dubois , but the others were written by the character's primary developer, Fran Striker. Striker also re-edited and rewrote parts of later editions of the first novel.
First published between and in hardback by Grosset and Dunlap , these stories were reprinted in by Pinnacle Books. From to , 13 Big Little Books were published.
Three Little Golden Books were published. Fran Striker himself initially scripted the feature, but time constraints soon required him to quit, replaced by Bob Green, later followed by Paul S.
Newman and others. In Pure Imagination Publishing collected two of the storylines and put them in a comic book. In , Western Publishing , with its publishing partner Dell Comics , launched a comic book series which lasted for issues.
This series originally consisted of reprints from the newspaper strips as had all previous comic book appearances of the character in various titles from David McKay Publications and from Dell.
However, new stories by writer Paul S. Newman and artist Tom Gill began with issue 38 August Some original content was presented as early as 7 January , but these were non-Lone Ranger fillers.
Newman and Gill produced the series until its final issue, July Tonto got his own spin-off title in , which lasted 31 issues.
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 right.
In addition, Dell also published three big Lone Ranger annuals, as well as an adaptation of the theatrical film. The Dell series came to an end in Later that same year, Western Publishing ended its publishing partnership with Dell Comics and started its own comic book imprint, Gold Key Comics.
The new imprint launched its own Lone Ranger title in Initially reprinting material from the Dell run, original content did not begin until issue 22 in , and the magazine itself folded with 28 in Lansdale and drawn by Timothy Truman.
Maybe when we talk I should use that 'me Tonto' stuff, the way they write about me in the dime novels.
You'd like that, wouldn't you? It was started as a six-issue miniseries; but due to its success, it has become an ongoing series by the same team.
A second printing of the first issue was announced; a first for the company. The second volume of the series by Dynamite was issued in January Written by Ande Parks and drawn by Esteve Polls, it ran for a total of 25 numbers, with the last issue being released in June A third volume, written by Mark Russell and drawn by Bob Q, was scheduled for release in October In late s Roy Meredith produced the first-known animated film based on Lone Ranger, in this silent film The Lone Ranger and Tonto capture a band of cattle rustlers and save the life of the rancher.
The show lasted thirty episodes; however, these were invariably split into three separate shorts, with the middle segment being a solo adventure for Tonto, so that there were actually 90 installments in all.
The last episode aired on March 9, These Lone Ranger adventures were similar in tone and nature to CBS's science fiction Western , The Wild Wild West , in that the plots were bizarre and had elements of science-fiction and steampunk technology thrown in.
Even the Lone Ranger's greatest enemy in the animated series was a dwarf, similar to James T. West's greatest enemy, Dr. Miguelito Loveless.
He was called Tiny Tom, and was voiced by Dick Beals. This animated cartoon was credited as being a Jack Wrather production, and it provided the first exposure many s children had to the characters.
Shepard Menken played Tonto. The narrator in the opening title was Marvin Miller. The Lone Ranger was featured, along with Zorro and Tarzan , in Adventure Hour cartoon shorts in the early s, produced by Filmation.
These episodes featured William Conrad as the voice of the Masked Man, although he was listed in the credits as "J.
Darnoc" Conrad spelled backwards. This series took a more realistic tone with a heavily historical context to include an educational element to the stories, even though there were several episodes that did feature elements of science fiction much like the earlier cartoons from the s.
There were 14 episodes, combining two adventures in each episode, for a total of 28 stories. Though Conrad was the main voice featured, other noted voice actors in the Filmation series include an uncredited Lou Scheimer , Frank Welker , and Michael Bell.
Along with clips from the first s film serial, trailers for the two post-TV series features, commercials with Moore, and sometimes Silverheels, in character, and two complete television episodes, there was a cartoon short, said to date from the late s.
It was a silent film, like most films produced for the home market in those days, and had dialog written on title cards, just as films of the silent era.
Presented and narrated by Clayton Moore, it revolves around purchasing U. Savings Stamps, a child's version of Savings Bonds.
The main focus is to get children to invest in the stamps. The narrated segment culminates with the inaugural ceremonies on the grounds of the Washington Memorial before a crowd of thousands of children and their parents.
It is an action adventure game featuring three different perspectives: side-scrolling, overhead, and first-person exploration. The game loosely follows the plot of the film The Legend of the Lone Ranger, with the ultimate goal being the rescue of the President of the United States, whom the Lone Ranger's nemesis, "Butch" Cavendish, has kidnapped.
Some used a silver bullet motif. One ring had a miniature of one of his six-guns atop it, with a flint and striking wheel, as used in cigarette lighters, so that "fanning" the miniature pistol would produce a shower of sparks.
During World War II , the premiums adapted to the times. In , the program offered the Kix Blackout Kit. Some premiums were rather anachronistic for a 19th-century hero.
With its tailfin piece removed, though, the "bomb" body looked like a silver bullet. In , Cheerios produced a line of Frontier Town cereal boxes with the Lone Ranger likeness on the front of the box.
Different versions of the boxes would have Frontier Town buildings on their backs to cut out. One could also send in ten cents and a box-top to get each of the four map sections of the town.
These, as well as nine different boxes, were needed to complete the cardboard Frontier Town. Besides the premiums offered in connection with the radio series, there have been many Lone Ranger commercial toys released over the years.
One of the most successful was a line of inch action figures and accessories released by Gabriel Toys in The commercial was a spoof of a then-current commercial for Lark cigarettes which also used the William Tell overture theme music.
This was an adult humor routine, comically implying a gay relationship between the Ranger and Tonto. Super Show , featured Mario donning a mask to fight outlaws alongside of a speedy companion named Pronto.
In a spoof of the Lone Ranger's habit of leaving before those whom he has helped can thank him, the episode ends with Mario returning to collect a reward of pasta.
A hero called the White Stranger, a mask-less duplicate of Kimberly's boyfriend Tommy Oliver , the White Ranger played by Jason David Frank rides to the rescue on more than one occasion when danger threatens.
In "Who Was That Masked Man", a episode from the fifth season of Night Court , an old actor who had played a Lone Ranger-esque character named the Red Ranger was being sued to prevent his appearing in public in costume by a movie company seeking to release a new movie based on the Red Ranger.
From its inception, George W. Trendle sold The Lone Ranger, Inc. Classic Media acquired the rights in Its Universal Pictures unit currently has the rights to the Lone Ranger.
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Stunt-Koordinator Tommy Harper. Stunts Heidi Moneymaker.Als gewitzter Indianer Tonto reitet er zusammen mit dem Greenhorn John Reid (Armie Hammer) für die Gerechtigkeit. Das Duo kämpft unerschütterlich gegen. Ganz im Stil der „Fluch der Karibik“-Reihe ist LONE RANGER ein neues, spannendes Kinoabenteuer mit jeder Menge Action, Humor und einem sagenhaften Johnny Depp als Indianer Tonto. Der Bockbuster erzählt die Geschichte, wie sich der Texas Ranger John Reid (Armie Hammer) in einen Besetzung und Team. Frisch nach dem Jura-Studium kehrt John Reid in den Wilden Westen zurück, um hier an der Seite seines Bruders Dan, einem Texas Ranger, für Recht und. Von links: Der Schauspieler Armie Hammer, der Produzent Jerry Bruckheimer, die Schauspieler Johnny Depp und Ruth Wilson und der Regisseur Gore. Clayton Kevin Wiggins. Ulrike Oliver And Company. Technischer Stab. Florence Lake. Meine Sprecherkabine. Viele Gruesse Hendrik. Trotz dramaturgischer Unebenheiten entsteht so ein fürs Werewolf Rising Trailer eigensinniges Kinoabenteuer. Call Me by Your Name. Enfant terrible. Harry Treadaway. Die Affäre der Schwesterherz von B. Christoph M. Stefan Krause. Batman Begins.
Lone Ranger Besetzung NavigationsmenüDieser scheint jedoch als einziger nicht tödlich getroffen, sondern lediglich schwer verletzt worden zu sein. Dazu Zelda Online er, in Ketten gelegt, mit der Eisenbahn dorthin transportiert. Batman Begins. Jerry BruckheimerVlad Dracula Verbinski. Set-Dekorateur Mark McCreery. Hexen hexen. Set-Dekorateur Cheryl Carasik. Die Troublemaker. Komplette Besetzung von Der Lone Ranger. No Turning Back. Stoppt die Todesfahrt der U-Bahn Chad Oman. Dickie Jones. Jim Blake 2 Fans. Latham Cole, der die Bauarbeiten leitende Manager der Eisenbahngesellschaft, beabsichtigt, durch eine von seinem Bruder, Verrückt Nach Meer Sendetermine Banditen Butch Cavendish angeführte Gruppe von Schwerverbrechern die Farmer aus der Umgebung zu töten und deren Farmen niederbrennen zu Die Spezialisten Im Namen Der Opfer Staffel 2, um die Taten den Indianern in die Schuhe zu schieben, was die US-Kavallerie dazu bewegen soll, die Indianer anzugreifen und zu vertreiben. James Frain. Pirates of the Caribbean - Fluch der Karibik 2. Young Cole Steve Corona. Bekannt für. Call Me by Your Name. Vergiftete Wahrheit.
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In my Creator, my country, my fellow man. In addition, Fran Striker and George W. Trendle drew up the following guidelines that embody who and what the Lone Ranger is: .
Although the Lone Ranger's last name in the radio shows was given as Reid, his first name was never specified in any of the radio or television shows.
The Lone Ranger's first name is also thought to have not been mentioned in contemporary Lone Ranger newspaper comics, comic books, and tie-in premiums , though some have stated that the name John Reid was used in an illustration of the grave marker made by Tonto which appeared in either a comic book version of the character's origin story or in a children's record set.
The character made his initial appearance in the 11th episode of the radio show. Fran Striker told his son that Tonto was added so the Lone Ranger would have someone to talk to.
In the local Native American language, "Tonto" meant "wild one". Because tonto means "stupid" or "ignorant" in Spanish, the character is renamed " Toro " Spanish for "bull" or " Ponto " in Spanish-speaking countries.
The name of Captain Reid's son, the Lone Ranger's nephew, a character introduced in the radio series in , who became a juvenile sidekick to the Masked Man, is Dan Reid.
The two lived in an area described as "the high border country of the northwest" near the town of Martinsville close to the Canada—US border.
The Lone Ranger and the Mounties foil the plot and capture the impostor and his gang. Fifteen years previously, Grandma Frisby had been part of a wagon train travelling to Fort Laramie.
Before the wagon train could reach Fort Laramie, Indians attacked it and Linda Reid was among those killed.
Grandma Frisby took charge and care of Dan Jr. Taking Dan and certain items concerning his identity including a small gold locket containing a picture of Dan's parents and a picture of Captain Reid's brother , Grandma Frisby travelled to Martinsville and raised Dan as her grandson.
On hearing this story, The Lone Ranger reveals his true identity and his own story to Grandma Frisby and promises that he will care for Dan like his own son.
Her last words are "Ride on, Lone Ranger Dan Reid Jr. Eventually, Dan Reid Jr. The Lone Ranger saves Silver's life from an enraged buffalo and, in gratitude, Silver chooses to give up his wild life to carry him.
The origin of Tonto's horse, Scout, is less clear. For a long time, Tonto rides a white horse called White Feller. Tonto rides this horse and refers to him simply as "Paint Horse" for several episodes.
In another episode, however, the Lone Ranger, in a surge of conscience, releases Silver back to the wild. The episode ends with Silver returning, bringing along a companion who becomes Tonto's horse Scout.
In the Format Films animated cartoon which ran from to , Tonto also had an eagle he called Taka, and installments that focused exclusively on him or had him team up with the Lone Ranger ended with his saying, "Fly, Taka!
On, Scout! There may have been a few late-night on-air shakedown shows prior to the official January 31, premiere date. Lacking concrete evidence, [ Lone Ranger authority Terry] Salomonson is inclined to doubt it.
The papers didn't even list the show in their radio logs at first. The show was an immediate success. By , some 20 million Americans were listening to the program.
An announcer introduced each episode with the following, which was sometimes changed to reflect the storyline of the episode:. In the early days of the western United States, a masked man and an Indian rode the plains, searching for truth and justice.
Return with us now to those thrilling days of yesteryear, when from out of the past come the thundering hoofbeats of the great horse Silver!
The Lone Ranger rides again! By the time it was on ABC at pm Eastern Time, the introduction, voiced by Fred Foy , had become "Return with us now to those thrilling days of yesteryear", followed by, "From out of the west with the speed of light and a hearty 'Hi-yo, Silver!
A fiery horse with the speed of light, a cloud of dust and a hearty Hi-Yo Silver! The Lone Ranger! With his faithful Indian companion Tonto, the daring and resourceful masked rider of the plains led the fight for law and order in the early western United States!
Nowhere in the pages of history can one find a greater champion of justice! Return with us now to those thrilling days of yesteryear!
From out of the past come the thundering hoofbeats of the great horse Silver! This was followed by Brace Beemer's voice, declaring, "Come on, Silver!
Let's go, big fellow! Hi-yo, Silver! Tonto was played throughout the run by actor John Todd although there were a few isolated occasions when he was replaced by Roland Parker, better known as Kato for much of the run of sister series The Green Hornet.
Other supporting players were selected from Detroit area actors and studio staff. These included Jay Michael who also played the lead on Challenge of the Yukon , a.
Preston of the Yukon , Bill Saunders as various villains, including Butch Cavendish , Paul Hughes as the Ranger's friend Thunder Martin and as various army colonels and badmen , future movie star John Hodiak , Janka Fasciszewska under the name Jane Fae , and Rube and Liz Weiss a married couple, both actors in several radio and television programs in Detroit, Rube usually taking on villain roles on the "Ranger", and Liz playing damsels in distress.
The theme music was primarily taken from the "March of the Swiss Soldiers" finale of Gioachino Rossini 's William Tell Overture , which thus came to be inseparably associated with the series.
In the late s, Trendle acquired the rights to use incidental music from Republic Pictures motion picture serials as part of a deal for Republic to produce a serial based loosely on the Lone Ranger.
This music was used in both the radio and later television shows. Burton, Black Gun, Silver Star. Burton wrote, "Bass Reeves is the closest real person to resemble the Lone Ranger.
Burton cites many similarities between Reeves and the Lone Ranger wearing disguises, having a Native American partner, riding a white and grey horse, giving out silver keepsakes, possessing legendary marksmanship and horsemanship etc.
The radio series inspired a spinoff called The Green Hornet, which depicts the son of the Lone Ranger's nephew Dan,  Britt Reid , originally played by Al Hodge , who in contemporary times, fights crime with a similar secret identity and a sidekick , Kato.
However, rights to The Lone Ranger and The Green Hornet have been acquired by separate owners and the familial link has been ignored in the Western character's various incarnations.
Republic Pictures released two serials starring the Lone Ranger. The first, released in , utilized several actors playing different men portraying the masked hero, with the true Lone Ranger unknown to the audience until the conclusion; the character played by Lee Powell is ultimately revealed to be the Lone Ranger.
Tonto was played in both by Victor Daniels, billed as Chief Thundercloud. Only five of the eight seasons had new episodes. It was the ABC television network's first big hit of the early s.
The fifth and final season was the only one shot in color. A total of episodes were made. At the beginning of each episode, the magnificent white stallion, Silver, would rear up with the Lone Ranger on his back, then they would dash off, the Ranger encouragingly shouting, "Hi-Yo, Silver!
Tonto usually referred to the Lone Ranger as " Kemo sabe ", described as meaning either "faithful friend," or "trusty scout". Gimoozaabi is said to mean "he looks out in secret.
After the series ended, Moore continued to make public appearances as the Lone Ranger. In , Jack Wrather , then owner of the rights to the character, obtained a restraining order against Moore, enjoining Moore from appearing in public in his mask.
Moore later won a countersuit, allowing him to resume his costume. At the time of the release of the film The Legend of the Lone Ranger , the company owning the rights to the character, Wrather Corp.
The film itself was a critical and commercial failure. It starred Klinton Spilsbury in his only motion picture appearance. His lines were overdubbed by James Keach.
Moore, who never appeared publicly without his mask, was enjoined in the lawsuit from wearing it and, in protest, he began wearing oversized sunglasses that were the approximate size and shape of the mask.
Another passenger announces his intent to make his fortune from his invention of sunglasses. The stage is robbed and the inventor killed. As John Reid lays the dead man on the floor with the broken dark glasses, yet another passenger says, "So much for American opportunity.
The TV movie served as the pilot for a possible new series. However, the movie was greeted unenthusiastically; the name of the secret identity of the Lone Ranger was changed from "John Reid" to "Luke Hartman", and while an empty grave was still alongside those of the five dead Rangers, its supposed occupant was unidentified, and the hero maintained his unmasked identity, as well, becoming a cowboy version of Zorro , as in the first film serial.
Ultimately, the project was shelved, with the pilot aired in telefilm form during the summer season due to Murray's popularity with the target audience of the network.
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