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File: Jimmy Stewart has been with Pie, his movie horse since he started his comeback in 1950 with a western, "Winchester 73." (Photo: ASSOCIATED PRESS)

File: Jimmy Stewart has been with Pie, his movie horse since he started his comeback in 1950 with a western, "Winchester 73." (Photo: ASSOCIATED PRESS)

John Wayne  from movie "Chisum" on Dollor. DOLLOR" (also referred to as "Ol' Dollor"). The name "Dollor" is apparantly taken from the Spanish word "Dolor", meaning "pain" or "sorrow"

John Wayne from movie "Chisum" on Dollor. DOLLOR" (also referred to as "Ol' Dollor"). The name "Dollor" is apparantly taken from the Spanish word "Dolor", meaning "pain" or "sorrow"

Fury was known as "Highland Dale" where he lived on a farm in state of Missouri in the United States of America. Fury was only 18 months old when he was discovered by Ralph McCutcheon a trainer of animal motion picture stars.  Fury starred, with humans, in the television series entitled Fury and was also famous in the movies.  Patsy award 1961 television for Fury.

Fury was known as "Highland Dale" where he lived on a farm in state of Missouri in the United States of America. Fury was only 18 months old when he was discovered by Ralph McCutcheon a trainer of animal motion picture stars. Fury starred, with humans, in the television series entitled Fury and was also famous in the movies. Patsy award 1961 television for Fury.

Jimmy and his horse, Pie, from a scene in The Far Country, 1954.  "The horse was amazing.  I rode him for 22 years...I saw him when I started making Westerns.  Audie Murphy rode him a couple of times.  He nearly killed Glen Ford, ran right into a tree...but I liked this darned little horse." (BFI Interview, 1972)

Jimmy Stewart and Pie.

Jimmy and his horse, Pie, from a scene in The Far Country, 1954. "The horse was amazing. I rode him for 22 years...I saw him when I started making Westerns. Audie Murphy rode him a couple of times. He nearly killed Glen Ford, ran right into a tree...but I liked this darned little horse." (BFI Interview, 1972)

rare photo of the 'Lone Ranger' (Clayton Moore) unmasked. with his horse Silver. -Lived: Sep 14, 1914 - Dec 28, 1999 (age 85)

rare photo of the 'Lone Ranger' (Clayton Moore) unmasked. with his horse Silver. -Lived: Sep 14, 1914 - Dec 28, 1999 (age 85)

For over twenty years Jimmy Stewart's most regular western film co-star was "Pie", the horse that appeared with him in 17 movies. Henry Fonda surprised Jimmy with a portrait of Pie he had painted -- Jimmy hung it above his fireplace.

For over twenty years Jimmy Stewart's most regular western film co-star was "Pie", the horse that appeared with him in 17 movies. Henry Fonda surprised Jimmy with a portrait of Pie he had painted -- Jimmy hung it above his fireplace.

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