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Directed by Ray Nazarro

Starring Lon McCallister, Wanda Hendrix, Preston Foster, Jack Elam, Clayton Moore.

Saturday, October 11
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Filmed at the Iverson Ranch, in Technicolor, directed by Ray Nazarro, with Clayton Moore as a badguy, and only running 64 minutes, Montana Territory (1952) is one I’ve been wanting to track down. It sure has plenty going for it.

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Clayton Moore
(September 14, 1914 – December 28, 1999)

Being late is something the Lone Ranger certainly would’t approve of, but I didn’t want to let this slip by.

Let’s say you could sit down and have coffee or lunch with anyone, living or dead, from throughout history—who would you choose? That’s a tough one (and a bit weird), but one of my contenders would certainly be Mr. Clayton Moore.

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Hawk of wild river

Columbia has come through with another Durango Kid picture, The Hawk Of Wild River (1952). It’s one of the later entries in the series, but it’s got a lot going for it: Charles Starrett and Smiley Burnette, of course, along with Clayton Moore and Jock Mahoney and direction from Fred F. Sears.

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Everybody’s talking about The Lone Ranger (2013). They don’t like it. They like it. What’s that stuff on Johnny Depp’s head?

A good friend of this blog, Bob Madison — we tend to email back and forth about our love of The Lone Ranger — called the new film a “glorious mess” and admitted he liked it. See his blog for more.

We all have a “glorious mess” or two on our list of favorites — One-Eyed Jacks (1961) is one of mine — part of what makes being a movie nut so much fun.

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Lone Ranger opening Auston TX 1956

Kids line up outside an Austin theater to meet Clayton Moore. He was promoting The Lone Ranger (1956), the first of two features tied to the TV show.

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Moore Silver read script

Bob Madison (who moseys through this blog quite a bit) and I were emailing back and forth yesterday about Clayton Moore and The Lone Ranger. I remembered this page (inside back cover) from the 1956 Dell Giant comic The Lone Ranger Movie Story and thought it was worth sharing.

The article is called “Filming The Lone Ranger Movie.” Click and it gets large enough that even I can read it.

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The Lone Ranger made its radio debut 80 years ago today. To mark the occasion, here’s a lobby card from the 1956 feature version of the TV series starring Clayton Moore and Jay Silverheels — a modest little Western I’ve loved since I was a kid.

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