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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Cyclone_FuryCyclone Fury - Wikipedia

    Cyclone Fury is a 1951 American Western film directed by Ray Nazarro and starring Charles Starrett. [1] [2] Plot. Cast. Charles Starrett as The Durango Kid / Steve Reynolds. Fred F. Sears as Capt. Barham. Clayton Moore as Grat Hanlon. Robert J. Wilke as Burco ― Henchman (as Bob Wilke) Merle Travis as Guitar Player.

  2. Cyclone Fury: Directed by Ray Nazarro. With Charles Starrett, Fred F. Sears, Clayton Moore, Robert J. Wilke. Johnny is a young Indian boy who falls heir to thousands of wild horses when his adoptive white father is murdered by henchmen of the town's leading citizen, Grat Hanlon.

    • (72)
    • Drama, Music, Western
    • Ray Nazarro
    • 1951-08-14
  3. Cyclone Fury (1951) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.

  4. Overview. A late entry in Columbia's seemingly endless Durango Kid Western series, Cyclone Fury was augmented with a hefty dose of stock footage from an earlier Durango effort, Galloping Thunder (1946), footage that included sidekick Smiley Burnette warbling "Hear the Wind (Singing a Cowboy Song)" accompanied by Merle Travis and his Bronco Busters.

  5. Cyclone Fury (1951) - Directed by Ray Nazarro, produced by Colbert Clark and starring Charles Starrett, Fred F. Sears, Clayton Moore, Robert J. Wilke, Merle Travis, Merle Travis' Bronco Busters, Smiley Burnette, Richard Alexander,and more...

  6. A late entry in Columbia's seemingly endless Durango Kid Western series, Cyclone Fury was augmented with a hefty dose of stock footage from an earlier Durango effort, Galloping Thunder (1946), footage that included sidekick Smiley Burnette warbling "Hear the Wind (Singing a Cowboy Song)" accompanied by Merle Travis and his Bronco Busters.

  7. Synopsis. Johnny is a young Indian boy who falls heir to thousands of wild horses when his adoptive white father is murdered by henchmen of the town's leading citizen, Grat Hanlon. With the aid of...