1977 Gabriel Lone Ranger Catalog

1977 Gabriel Lone Ranger Catalog

The Lone Ranger toyline is easily one of the nicest action figure lines of the 1970s if not all time and Gabriel Toys had some real long-running success with it.

This 1977 Catalog is the third year for the line and shows that it was still going strong, Gabriel put a lot of effort into this catalog and it truly showcases how nice this line really was.

The way these figures held their guns was epic.






Let’s have a better look at that lovey store display



Oh man, such a lovely display.

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  • Paul Clarke on September 24, 2020

    For Christmas 1975 I asked for the Lone Ranger and Tonto. My mother bought me the Lone Ranger, Silver, Tonto, Scout, and Little Bear – Tonto’s cousin – because my mom thought he looked cute. I loved those figures – taller than MEGO – but not as tall as GI Joe. The horses were and are still AMAZING!!!
    The base allowed you to pose the Ranger on Silver with the front legs in the air.

    I still have them boxed AND loose and will never part with them.

  • Alan Higginbotham on September 25, 2020

    I had a Lone Ranger and Butch Cavendsh. Imagine my dismay when I went to turn the wrists and the hands fell right off. Unlike Gi Joe which had sturdy plastic pegs in the wrist these had just a thin piece of rubber for a post and snapped upon attempting turn the wrists. I loved the figures the outfits looked great the guns were highly detailed but the hands were the weakness. Sadly I never had them again because I knew they would get messed up again and I didn’t have the money to replace them.

  • YesterdayIsNow on September 25, 2020

    Did this toy line last long enough to be boosted by the 1980 cartoon series and 1981 movie? Or was there a separate toy line at that time?

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