Goof: When Collins falls off the cliff, it is very obviously some kind of life size doll that falls and hits the ground, not a person.
Tonto: No one come. Only you.
Sheriff Taylor: Now, look. You don't think I'd be silly enough to go with you alone, do you?
Tonto: Me think so. You brave lawman. Want to solve mystery.
Sheriff Taylor: Maybe you're right. (puffs out his chest) Maybe he's right, huh?
Lone Ranger: I'd like that horse more than anything in the world. But if he wants to go, he should be free.
Tonto: Him a beauty. Like mountain with snow, silver white.
Lone Ranger: Silver. That would be a name for him.
Lone Ranger: Silver bullets will serve as sort of a symbol. Tonto suggested the idea.
Jim: Symbol? Of what?
Lone Ranger: A symbol which means justice by law. I want it to become known to all who see the silver bullets that I live and fight only to see the eventually defeat and the proper punishment by law of every criminal in the West.
Jim: By criminy, I think you got something there, and I'll mold you all the silver bullets you want, Ranger. But from what I know about this here country, there'll be an awful lot of silver shot up before you're through.
Lone Ranger: I hope not, Jim.
Doc Drummond: (about the Lone Ranger) Who's the masked man?
Sheriff Taylor: He's on the side of the law.
Sheriff Taylor: (hands his gun to Doc) Here you are, Doc. Watch these owlhoots close while I tie them up.
Doc: Yeah, I hope they do make a move. Especially this one.
Cavendish: Remember this, boys. I'm not in jail yet.
Doc: Shut up. Working your mouth is making a move.