Fury is an Western television series that aired on NBC
from 1955-1960, starring Peter Graves, Bobby Diamond, Joey Clark Newton,
and the late William Fawcett. Roger Mobley, later a pastor in Texas,
co-starred in the three last seasons as Homer "Packy" Lambert,
a friend of Joey's.
What do you know about Fury. Take this quick quiz.
What was the name of Jim Newton's ranch?
2. The series continued in reruns on NBC until 1966 and was
syndicated throughout the 1960s and 1970s. It was the first American
series produced by the British-based company. Who syndicated and
produced the series?
3. What was the frequent introduction?
4. The story begins with a group of young boys playing baseball one
day, when the ball suddenly goes through a nearby window. The boys pin
the blame on Joey Clark, an innocent youngster often accused of being a
troublemaker. Witnessing the incident, rancher Jim Newton walks up and
clears the boy's name. After learning that Joey is an orphan, Newton
takes him home with him to the ranch and begins adoption procedures. Who
5. What was the typical plot line?
6. In most episodes, Fury would only let Joey ride him, unless the
other individual did something for Fury like fix a damaged hoof. True or
7. Who always won fist fights?
8. Bobby Diamond became a major film and TV star. True or False?
9. Peter Graves starred on TV, movie and commercials roles. What was
the other TV series he is known for?
10. What was the real name of the horse that played Fury?