The Lone Ranger rides again with this big-budget Walt Disney Pictures production starring Johnny Depp as Tonto and Armie Hammer as the famed gunman. The story centers on Tonto's recollection of the adventures that found lawman John Reid transformed into The Lone Ranger, legendary hero of the Old West. Gore Verbinski directs from a script by Justin Haythe, Ted Elliott, and Terry Rossio.
Bloopers; Deleted scene; Riding the Rails of The Lone Ranger - Learn what it takes to film one of the most epic train chases of all time; Armie's Western Road Trip - Hit the trail with Armie Hammer as he wades through rivers, battles dust storms, and shares what it's like to shoot in the film's spectacular and historic American Southwest locations; Becoming a Cowboy - How do you turn a bunch of greenhorn actors into gunslingers? Send them to Cowboy Boot Camp to learn how to rope, ride, shoot...and stop a horse on a mark
Disc #1 -- The Lone Ranger 1. Tonto's Story [:41] 2. The Train [4:22] 3. The Great Escape [3:12] 4. Rebecca [1:57] 5. The Forces of Evil [3:25] 6. The Manhunt [1:42] 7. Trading With The Dead [4:41] 8. Unbalanced [4:48] 9. Red's [:23] 10. The Natives Are Coming [3:48] 11. The Valley Of Tears [2:35] 12. Tonto's Past [:03] 13. Trapped [:23] 14. At The River's Start [4:05] 15. All Could Be Yours [4:19] 16. Deceit [:52] 17. The Mine [4:04] 18. The Natives Attack [1:10] 19. I'd Rather Be An Outlaw [4:57] 20. The Railroad Is Finished [1:51] 21. This Is A Train Robbery [3:09] 22. Bad Trade [4:25] 23. Allies [:37] 24. End Credits [5:02]
Disc #1 -- The Lone Ranger Play Bonus Features Bloopers Scene Selection Set Up Languages English 5.1 Dolby Digital English 2.0 Descriptive Video Service Français 5.1 Dolby Digital Español 5.1 Dolby Digital Subtitles Subtitles: None English For The Hearing Impaired Français Español Register Your DVD
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More than 1 year ago
Brilliant -- years from now this will be viewed as a classic.
More than 1 year ago
Be very careful -- the actual version I received was not the "DVD + DIGITAL" depicted. Instead it was merely a "DVD" version. I intend to contact the appropriate Consumer Affairs authorities regarding this.
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