CTVA US Western - "Fury" (TPA-ITC/NBC) (1955-60) starring Peter Graves

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 Horse Series - Adventures of Champion (1955-56)    My Friend Flicka (1956-57)
Fury (1955-60)
     National Velvet (1960-62) 
 Dog Series - The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin (US)(1954-59)  -  Lassie (US)(1954-73)
The Littlest Hobo (Canada)(1963-65)  -   The Littlest Hobo (Canada)(1979-85)     
 
Peter Graves series:
Fury (1955-60) starring Peter Graves  -  Whiplash (1960-61) starring Peter Graves
Mission: Impossible (US Original) (1966-73)  -  Mission: Impossible (Australian Revival) (1988-90)

Fury (1955-60)
 (syndicated title "Brave Stallion")
 
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:
Louis H. Allgood, Christoph Genditzki, Tom Alger, Rina Fox
references:
Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)

"Fury - Die Abenteuer eines Pferdes"  (German website)

Fury (season 1) (NBC) (1955-1956)
Fury (season 2) (NBC) (1956-1957)
Fury (season 3) (NBC) (1957-1958)
Fury (season 4) (NBC) (1958-1959)
Fury (season 5) (NBC) (1959-1960)


Vision Productions, Inc. (season 1)
Television Programs of America, Inc. (TPA) (seasons 2-4)
Independent Television Corporation (ITC acquired TPA in 1958)
for
NBC (Saturday Mornings)

Executive Producer Leon Fromkess  /  Produced by Irving Cummings, Jr.

US Family Western series 1955-60 116 episodes x 30 min bw
(5 seasons) (15Oct55-19Mar60 + reruns until 1966)
starring

Peter Graves
as Jim Newton
Bobby Diamond
as Joey Newton
co-starring
William Fawcett
as Pete Wilkey, the Foreman
Roger Mobley
as Packy Lambert
Jimmy Baird
as Rodney "Pee Wee" Jenkins
Ann Robinson
as Helen Watkins
Nan Leslie
as Harriet Newton /  William Hudson as Henry Jenkins
James Seay
as Sheriff Davis   Guy Teague as Deputy Sheriff
Mike Taylor
as Ted/Frankie (1955-1956)
Lane Bradford 
as Bart/Verne Clancy (recurring)
and
The Black Stallion Gypsy as Fury
Fury - Owned and Trained by Ralph McCutcheon

Premise:
A "modern-day" western set in the Broken Wheel Ranch.
Note:
ITC is described on the US copyright notice
as "Independent Television Corporation" not "Incorporated Television Company Ltd"

Perhaps you'll enjoy Christoph Genditzki's episode-guide of "FURY" which aired in
German TV as: "Fury - Die Abenteuer eines Pferdes" (means: "Fury - The adventures of a horse")
http://215072.homepagemodules.de/t511133f11776728-Serienfuehrer-FURY-Die-Abenteuer-eines-Pferdes.html

This guide has also the German voices (translated voices aka. "synchronisation") for the American actors
as an extra information.
 

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