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Julia Castro
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I saw on the television the other day that a new version of “The Lone Ranger” movie is coming to theaters in the near future. But the clip that they showed looked nothing like the Lone Ranger as I remember him. I remember as a young girl going to see what was probably the first movie with Clayton Moore and Jay Silverheels. For many years before that it was a radio program. I have this memory of using silverware with the image of the Lone Ranger on the tip of the handles. I don’t know if they came in cereal boxes like some dishes or if they sold them at the five and ten cent stores. I was really young then and I don’t know if anybody else remembers that. . . .

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