The Lone Ranger (1956)

Mr. Kilgore wants to mine silver on Indian land. The mountain he wants is sacred to the Indians. The Lone Ranger serves as a peacemaker between the Native Americans and the ranchers of the territory. He does his good deeds without calling attention to himself, preferring that his identity remain secret.

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