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This is a brief introduction to the North Carolina Ranger Corps. The presenter is Taylor Ruble, the Assistant State Director of the NCRC. The intro includes a brief introduction of the North Carolina Ranger Corps, its vision, who can become a Ranger, and how they can apply. It it also describes the certifications for becoming a member.
some people don't know that most of are hero's like green hornet,batman,superman and the shadow. they started on small comic books and then radio. cause at that time there was no tv cause only way to hear your hero's was on the radio and read them in books. then later on tv we got to see them come to real on the screen like the lone ranger. and it was a hit on the airs. even to this day they show the old reruns on tv. so years later they made more books on the lone ranger. and then a movie in 1982 where it was like the tv show but going more into his past like when the lone ranger was a kid him and tonto grew up as kids and became friends. but found him again almost left for dead when the other rangers got shot down. so tonto brought him back to health and him and tonto went after the killers. but the movie didn't so well at the box office. and then came out with saturday morning cartoons with other hero zorro. and now disney came out with a movie with johnny depp as tonto and this movie they say he is comanche and amire hammer as the lone ranger. they did go with the old story but kindof updated it a bit. here the thing with the movie if u don't know your native american history and your railroad history and wild west history your not going it. and they how people are feeling with this movie cause in part of the movie berry pepper is dress up as custer. but the movie does take place in texas and i think it austin texas. i love the movie i thought it was great but people didn't get it.
Before you head out to see The Lone Ranger featuring Johnny Depp and Armie Hammer opening in theatres today, come along with Travel Brigade to check out where part of the movie was shot - the beautiful red rock country of Moab, Utah. Hollywood has a long history of filming in Moab, and we'll tell you about a movie museum at the Red Cliffs Lodge where you can see all sorts of artifacts. We'll also talk with an outdoors expert about all of the amazing things you can do at Arches and Canyonlands national parks and find out about fun places to dine and stay in the town of Moab. Enjoy the trip! Follow us on Twitter @TravelBrigade.
AreYouScreening.com host and BFCA film critic, Marc Eastman, and co-host extraordinaire, Shane Leonard, review The Lone Ranger.
We'll be bringing you our usual insights, along with a couple of interview clips with the cast.
Don't forget, you can win every movie we review this year, tune in and find out how.
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