Produced by George Trendle and written by Fran Striker, right, the “Lone Ranger” is broadcast on WYXZ in Detroit.
The Lone Ranger makes his television debut in a series starring Clayton Moore as the masked man and Jay Silverheels, right, as Tonto.
George Trendle sells the Lone Ranger rights to Jack Wrather
“The Lone Ranger,” the first Hollywood feature starring Moore and Silverheels, is released by Warner Bros.
Final TV episodes of “The Lone Ranger” are produced.
A second Hollywood feature, “The Lone Ranger and The Lost City of Gold” starring Moore and Silverheels, is released.
Fran Striker dies in a car crash in Elma.
Jay Silverheels, best known for his role as TV’s Tonto, dies.
William Fichtner, right, is cast to play the villian Butch Cavendish in “The Lone Ranger.”
Disney’s “The Lone Ranger” opens in theaters.