- Rated: Not Rated
- Run Time: 1 hours, 43 minutes
- Video: Black & White
- Encoding: Region 0 (Worldwide)
- Released: April 26, 2005
- Originally Released: 1955
- Label: Alpha Video
- Aspect Ratio: Full Frame - 1.33
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Description by OLDIES.com:
"Fury" originally ran on Saturday mornings on NBC from 1955 to 1960. The stallion Fury (trained by Ralph McCutcheon) became an award-winning star that appeared in other TV shows and movies, and was the subject of spin-off books, games, and puzzles.
Episode 1: Included in this collection is the rare pilot episode, "Fury of Broken Wheel Ranch," where we meet the orphan Joey (Bobby Diamond) who is taken in by widower, Jim Newton (Peter Graves). Jim owns a wild stallion called Fury that none of his ranch hands can tame - except young Joey! When the stallion is injured by one of the ranchers, Joey runs away to help the wounded steed. Jim and his friend Helen (Ann Robinson, of George Pal's "War of the Worlds") find them in the nick of time, saving Fury's life. Jim adopts Joey as his son, and so begins a lifetime of adventure for Fury at the Broken Wheel Ranch!
Episode 2: A stranger arrives claiming to be Joey's real father, threatening to separate the boy from Fury. Jim must act quickly to stop the imposter.
Episode 3: After a rabid dog bites Joey in the schoolyard, Jim and Fury must race against time to get him treatment.
Episode 4: When Fury is smitten by a white mare, young Joey's jealousy gets the better of him, and he lets the horses escape into the wild! With Helen's help, Joey brings them back!
FURY was a popular western TV series that ran from 1955 -1960. It followed the adventures of a young boy named Joey, an orphan brought to court for breaking a window. A local rancher named Jim Newton, who had recently lost his wife and child in a car accident involving a drunk driver, cleared Joey of the charges, and convinced the judge to let the boy come live with him at his Broken Wheel Ranch. There, Joey befriends a wild stallion named Fury, who has up to this point let no one ride him. Joey, however, shares a special bond with the horse, and the two embark upon plenty of adventures, along with Joey's pals Pee Wee and Packy. The four episodes collected here provide heartwarming, timeless entertainment that the whole family can enjoy.