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   The Lone Ranger    
    The Lone Ranger appeared on the ABC network on September 15, 1949 in the first of a three part episode that told the history of the famous masked man of the West.

Along with William Boyd's Hopalong Cassidy TV series, which was first telecast on NBC on June 24, 1949, it was among the earliest TV western series. Hopalong Cassidy actually debuted in 1948, when Boyd syndicated his films to NBC. (In 1947, Boyd had bought to the rights to his Hoppy films.)

Fran Stiker and George W. Trendle created the Lone Ranger as a local radio program in 1933. It quickly went nationwide and was the cornerstone of the old Mutual Radio network. Ironically, Hopalong Cassidy was also a Mutual radio program.

When The Lone Ranger was brought to TV in 1949, many of the radio plays were adapted to the younger medium. As a consequence, many of the earliest episodes show their radio origins with the use of a narrator who links the different scenes together. The Lone Ranger was the biggest hit on the new ABC network in its early years.

The first three episodes told the the familiar story of how the Lone Ranger came to be, his connection to Tonto, and the origins of his prize horse Silver. Glenn Strange played the villain Butch Cavandish in these episodes.

The Lone Ranger was also one of the earliest shows to film mostly outdoors. Starting in 1956, the Wrather Company began filming the program in color.

The Cisco Kid, starring Duncan Renaldo and Leo Carrillo had been filmed in color since its first aired in 1950. Jack Wrather, however, was more concerned about the competition to his kid's show from the new adult westerns that had began to appear on TV.

When the Lone Ranger appeared, The New York Times critic Jack Gould ripped the show, as "just another Western, and not a notably good one at that." Gould considered the first three episodes manipulative, mostly because of the cliffhanger endings of the first two episodes. The New York Times writer accused everyone associated with the program of keeping children "emotionally hopped upped." As a result of his criticisms, the cliffhanger type endings were never used after the first two episodes. Gould, however, had been suffering from a misunderstanding. The show had never intended to be broadcast as a serial despite the serial background of its star Clayton Moore.

In 1952, B-film actor John Hart replaced Clayton Moore. Moore had threatened to quit after 1950. He was being paid only $500 an episode for his hit show, and wanted a substantial raise. Audiences rejected Hart in the role, and after 36 episodes Moore was back atop Silver.

The Lone Ranger was the first Western Hit on TV.

The series was filmed in both Utah and in California.

 

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 Hopalong Cassidy

   
 

  Hopalong Cassidy is a fictional cowboy-hero, created in 1904 by Clarence E. Mulford and appearing in a series of popular stories and later novels. Beginning in 1935, the character, played by William Boyd was transformed into a series of 66 immensely popular films, only a few of which were based on Mulford's works, but which led, in turn, to a comic book series modeled after the films, and an early 1950s television series also starring Boyd, with numerous tie-ins.

In 1950, Hopalong Cassidy was featured on the first lunch box to bear an image, causing sales for Aladdin Industries to jump from 50,000 units sold the previous year to 600,000 units sold.

William Boyd (June 5, 1895 - September 12, 1972) was an American actor.

Born William Lawrence Boyd in Cambridge, Ohio, he was raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He became famous as a Hollywood leading man in silent film romances, but his career began to slide by the decade's end due to public problems with alcohol and women. Reforming himself, he re-established his professional fame in the Western film genre, playing cowboy-hero Hopalong Cassidy, beginning in 1935, a role with which he was ever after indelibly associated and which films (66 in all) are still currently available on television and DVD in physically restored form. Boyd smartly purchased the rights to the character of Hopalong, as well as the rights to the movies. He released them to television in the 1950's. He made the cover of the November 27, 1950 issue of Time Magazine.

Oddly, both Clark Gable and Robert Mitchum experienced their first big breaks in movies playing bearded villains in westerns starring Boyd.

William Boyd died in 1972 in Laguna Beach, California and was buried in the Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery in Glendale, California. He is survived by his wife, actress Grace Bradley Boyd.

For his contribution to the motion picture industry, William Boyd has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 1734 Vine Street. In 1995, he was inducted into the Western Performers Hall of Fame at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

 

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The Cisco Kid

   
 

 

  The Cisco Kid is a fictional cowboy character created by author O. Henry in his short story "The Caballero's Way" published in 1907 in the short story collection Heart of the West. Movies and the television series made the Kid a heroic Mexican caballero but in the original story he was a non-Hispanic character and a cruel outlaw who was probably modelled on Billy the Kid.

Numerous films were made featuring the Cisco Kid as well as a television series that ran from 1950 to 1956. The TV series was notable for being one of the first filmed in color. With the exception of Jimmy Smits, who portrayed the Cisco Kid in a one-time 1994 made-for-television film, all the actors played the role in a number of films and Duncan Renaldo did it in film and on the television series. There was also a long-running Old Time Radio series that started Jack Mather as the Cisco Kid.

Actors who have portrayed the Cisco Kid character:

The Cisco Kid had a sidekick in film, the first was 'Gordito' ("Fatty") portrayed by Chris-Pin Martin then 'Pancho', played by Martin Garralaga and later by Leo Carrillo. For the 1994 TV film, the role of 'Pancho' was played by Cheech Marin. On radio 'Pancho' was played by Harry Lang and Mel Blanc.

Cisco Kid films:

Catch phrase

The episodes of the TV series (as well as the 1994 movie) always ended with one or the other of them making a corny joke about the adventure they had just completed, and they would laugh at each other, "Oh, Pancho!" "Oh, Cisco!" before galloping off into the sunset as the dramatic Spanish-styled western theme tune would play over the credits.

 

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Adventures of Kit Carson

   
   

  Adventures of Kit Carson

1951-1955 Syndicated 30 minutes
Black and White - 104 episodes

Revue Studios

Adventures of Kit Carson Cast

Billy Williams as Kit Carson
Don Diamond as El Toro

 

Adventures of Kit Carson Tidbits

Another Western from Revue Studios (which was later sold to Universal). This one didn't have much in common with it's namesake as they got fairly loose with actual history.

The real Kit Carson was part of the Fremont Expedition into Wyoming, Colorado and California before 1850. This show pretty much stole the name and invented a character.

 

Passings

Billy Williams died in 1992 of a brain tumor.

 

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Sky King

   
   

  Sky King was a 1940s and 1950s American radio and television adventure series featuring Arizona rancher and airplane pilot Schuyler or Skyler King.

Although it had strong cowboy show elements, King always captured criminals and even spies as well as finding lost hikers using his airplane.

The planes he flew were each called the Songbird.

He and his niece, Penny (and sometimes Clipper, his nephew) lived on the the Flying Crown Ranch, near the (fictitious) town of Grover City, Arizona.

Radio

The radio show, the brainchild of Robert Morris Burtt and Wilfred Gibbs Moore, who also created Captain Midnight, first aired in 1946. Several actors played the part of Sky, including Earl Nightingale.

The radio show ran until 1954, being aired simultaneously with the television version.

Television

The television version starred Kirby Grant as Sky King and Gloria Winters as his teen-aged niece Penny. Other regular characters included his nephew Clipper, played by Ron Hagerthy, and Mitch the sheriff, played by Ewing Mitchell. Mitch was always coming to Sky for help.

Like most TV cowboy heroes of the time, Sky never killed the bad guys.

Largely a show for kids, although it sometimes aired in primetime, Sky King became an icon in the aviation community. Many pilots (including American astronauts) who grew up watching Sky King name him as an influence.

Thought plot lines were often simplistic, Grant (being a pilot) was able to bring a casual, natural treatment of technical details which led to a level of believability not found in other TV series involving aviation or life in the American West. Likewise, villains and other characters were usually shown as intelligent and believable, rather than as two-dimensional. The writing was generally well above the standard for contemporary half-hour programs.

The television show was notable for its dramatic opening with and air-to-air shot of the Songbird banking sharply away from the camera and its engines roaring, while the announcer proclaimed "From out of the clear blue of the Western sky . . .comes Sky King!" The short credit roll which followed was equally dramatic, with the Songbird swooping at the camera across El Mirage dry lake, then pulling up into a steep climb as it went away. The end title featured a musical theme, with the credits superimposed over an air-to-air shot of the Songbird, cruising at altitude for several moments then banking to the left and turning away (similar to the opening shot).

Production Notes

At the beginning of the television series, Sky flew a Cessna T-50 twin-engine "Bamboo Bomber," actually owned by Grant, who in real life was a pilot. The plane was made of wood and eventually became unsafe to fly.

The best-known Songbird was a twin-engine Cessna 310B. There were actually four of these planes, one which crashed (killing the pilot) and three others, one of which had its markings modified for filming so that the numbers would match stock footage. One of the other 310s was used as a camera ship, thus to match the flight characteristics of the plane being filmed as well as providing an additional backup plane, and the other was primarily used for promotional purposes.

Legendary stunt pilot Paul Mantz flew the Songbird in most flying scenes. Grant flew as much as possible, but pressure from the insurance underwriters made it difficult for him to get air time.

The show was filmed in black-and-white during three periods as sponsors changed: 1951-52 (Derby Foods), 1955-56 and 1957-62 (Nabisco, though the copyright notices continued to name Derby Foods). It continued in syndication for years afterward. There are 72 episodes still in existence and available for sale on DVD. A vault fire is believed to have destroyed the only prints of 64 episodes.

A unique introduction featured the triangular Nabisco logo flying across the screen, accompanied by the sound of the Songbird flying past.

Though set in Arizona, the series was filmed in California. The ranch house used for exterior shots of the Flying Crown Ranch is an actual home in Apple Valley, California. Other locations were shot in and around Apple Valley and the nearby San Bernardino Mountains, George Air Force Base and China Lake Naval Air Station.

While expensive for a kids' show, most of the budget went into aircraft, vehicles and sets. This meant that some standard production methods had to be abandoned, giving the series a more realistic look. For instance, in some shots, actors actually did taxi aircraft rather than the more common method of simulating movement by towing or dolly shots.

The budget issue also forced the frequent reuse of stock footage, sometimes flipped over to show planes banking the opposite direction, thus sometimes letters and numbers were seen in mirror-image.

The black-and-white film masked the actual paint scheme of the Cessna 310 Songbirds, which were done in a rich multi-color pattern of gold, bronze, black and white.

Remarkably, Nabisco sold the series to Grant in 1959. In later years, Grant considered bringing back the series and even a "Sky King" theme park, but nothing ever happened on either of these projects.

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Sky King Tidbits

Out of the clear blue of the western sky comes Sky King

Sky King was a former military pilot who used his airplane to patrol the skies of his Flying Crown ranch and neighboring areas. He was frequently called upon to rescue someone in distress.

SKy King was mainly a kid's show from the early Fifties, but Sky King was shown in reruns for many years which is why you recall this as appearing later.
One thing is certain. We all watched Sky King and we all wanted to be pilots.

Penny was Sky King's niece, but yes, in earlier episodes he also had a nephew, Clipper. In the earlier episodes, Sky King's plane was a Cessna T-50 twin-engine "Bamboo Bomber." The more familiar plane was Songbird, a Cessna 310B

Passings

Kirby Grant died in 1985 in an automobile accident while on his way to watch a launch of the Space Shuttle Challenger at Cape Canaveral. He was to be honored by the shuttle astronauts for his achievements in encouraging aviation and space flight.

 

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