A horse and the boy who loved him.
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5   4   3   2   1  
1960   1959   1958   1957   1956   1955  

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Cast

Series cast summary:
Peter Graves ...  Jim Newton / ... 116 episodes, 1955-1960
William Fawcett ...  Pete / ... 116 episodes, 1955-1960
Bobby Diamond Bobby Diamond ...  Joey Newton / ... 116 episodes, 1955-1960
Highland Dale Highland Dale ...  Fury 81 episodes, 1955-1960
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A horse and the boy who loved him.

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Genres:

Family | Western

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

15 October 1955 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Brave Stallion See more »

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Budget:

$25,000 (estimated)
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Runtime:

(116 episodes)

Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

Fury was an American Registered Saddlebred who was 15 hands high and had a kept weight 1000 pounds. See more »

Quotes

[first lines of first season's episodes]
Narrator: This is the range country where the pounding hooves of untamed horses still thunder in mountains, meadows and canyons. Every herd has its own leader, but there is only one Fury - Fury, King of the Wild Stallions. And here in the wild west of today, hard-riding men still battle the open range for a living - men like Jim Newton, owner of the Broken Wheel Ranch and Pete, his top hand, who says he cut his teeth on a branding iron.
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Referenced in Lukas: Cocos Kinderwunsch (1996) See more »

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one of the classics
15 March 2010 | by thefenskSee all my reviews

This is posted as a tribute to the late Peter Graves. This show was a mainstay in the lives of many baby boomer's' formative years. They would never get away with the format today. Even less than ten years later the Batman series had to bow to societal paranoia and insert an invented "aunt" to temper the all unrelated male household. Three unrelated males on a remote ranch? Ah, but I digress, there was no hidden agenda or meaning here. It was as wholesome as the 1950s. Good clean moral stories. Fury rivaled even Lassie or Rin Tin Tin for animal brilliance.

Peter Graves was memorable as Jim. For years I'd say, "oh -- that guy from Fury" whenever I saw him in something.

It was a great show. I wish they would re-run it.


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