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(Courtesy of Eddie Moore)

Above are Eddie Moore and Clayton Moore in a photo from 1962 or 1963 at the State Fair in Columbia, South Carolina. Many years later, Clayton autographed the photo.

(Courtesy of Stan Segal)

Above - Stan Segal (left) and son Jeff (right) surround a smiling Clayton Moore. Photo taken September 1979, approximately a week before Moore's 65th birthday, at a film convention at the Biltmore Hotel in New York City.  Notice the wraparound sunglasses and the different 'uniform' on Moore - this was during the legal battles when he was restrained from wearing the LR costume and mask.

(Courtesy of Ancel Cook)

Above - Clayton Moore and Ancel Cook at Tommy Corrigan's restaurant in Thousand Oaks, California (Tommy is Ray 'Crash' Corrigan's son). Photo taken about 1996 during a ceremony honoring Eddie Dean.

(Courtesy of Ancel Cook)

Above from L-to-R are Clayton Moore, Eddie Dean and Virginia Mayo at the Newhall, California annual walk of fame banquet in the late 1990s.

(From Old Corral collection)

Above - buckskin clad Jay Silverheels on two different 'Scouts' during his days portraying Tonto in the LONE RANGER TV show.  Silverheels, whose real name was Harold J. Smith, was born 1912 in Canada and passed away in 1980.

I Was That Masked Man by Moore and Frank Thompson is a really nice biography of Clayton "Lone Ranger" Moore.  The softcover version measures 6 inches wide x 9 inches high, has about 270 pages, and the appendices in the back of the book include a Moore filmography, a listing of all the LR TV shows by year, more.  And there's about 70 pictures in the book, including several of Moore in the LR costume, but without the mask.  There's many pages devoted to Moore's "bad guy" work in 1940s Republic serials.

The hardcover and softcover versions are now out of print, but I did check some of the used book outfits, and you can find a copy or two (at prices in the $11-$50+ range). On the Old Corral homepage, click on the menu item Books-Print Media-Newsletters-Photos, and then run searches on the various used book websites.


Daniel Neyer's "The Files of Jerry Blake" serial website has a webpage on Clayton Moore in his cliffhangers for Columbia and Republic:

Steve Jensen's Clayton Moore, The Lone Ranger, site is at:
Jensen maintains a listing and links to latest news on Moore, the Lone Ranger, daughter Dawn Moore, DVDs with Clayton, etc.:

Actor Jay Thomas appeared on the David Letterman Show and talked about an early (and funny) experience when he was a young DJ and Clayton Moore did a personal appearance:

Mark Largent's Lone Ranger website is at:

Mary Spooner's Clayton Moore site is at:
Spooner has a page devoted to Jay Silverheels:

The 'Northern Stars - Canadian History of Hollywood' site has a page devoted to Jay Silverheels:

The Lone Ranger's Creed, as written by Fran Striker in the 1930s, can be found at:

Rick Bulger's Lone Ranger site is at:

C. Craig Coomer has a website on his uncle, Clayton Moore, and there's lots of images including many family photos. The Clayton Moore - In Loving Memory website is at:

Fran Striker, Jr. provided some info on the definition and use of the term 'kemo sabe' which was used in the Lone Ranger TV and radio shows:

And there's some more info on the term 'kemo sabe' at The Straight Dope website:

Find A Grave website has info and photo of the grave markers of Clayton Moore and wife Sally at Forest Lawn - Glendale:
          Clayton Moore:
          Sally Angela Moore (1912-1986):

Find A Grave website has info on Jay Silverheels:

  Although some of the data is incomplete or inaccurate, the Internet Movie Database (IMDb) has information on Clayton Moore and Jay Silverheels:
          Clayton Moore:
          Jay Silverheels:

The Lone RangerTM and TontoTM are trademarks and the trademark, characters and likenesses are owned by Classic Media, Inc. More information is available at:  This website on Clayton Moore is a fansite and is not connected with Classic Media.

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