A Day of Fury

(1956)
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A Day Of Fury stars Jock Mahoney as town marshal Alan Burnett, whose life is saved by a stranger he meets on the trail. His rescuer turns out to be Jagade (Dale Robertson), a gunslinger just returned after years away, who finds when he gets into town that he can't abide the peace that has been settled between "his" people (i.e. the saloon-keepers, gamblers, etc.) and the righteous, "respectable" folk.

  1. James Edmiston

    Screenplay, Story

  2. Harmon Jones

    Director

  3. Oscar Brodney

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Dale Robertson

    Dale Robertson

    Jagade

  2. Mara Corday

    Mara Corday

    Sharman Fulton

  3. Jock Mahoney

    Jock Mahoney

    Marshal Allan Burnett

  4. Carl Benton Reid

    Carl Benton Reid

    Judge John J. McLean

  5. Jan Merlin

    Jan Merlin

    Billy Brand

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A Day of Fury
A Day of Fury

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Status Released

Release Information

  • May 1, 1956
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 18m

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