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Gil Favor is trail boss of a continuous cattle drive; he is assisted by Rowdy Yates. The crew runs into characters and adventures along the way. Rawhide was a television western series that aired on the U.S. network CBS from 1959 to 1966. The show starred Eric Fleming and launched the career of Clint Eastwood. The series ran for eight seasons on the CBS network from January 9, 1959 to January 4, 1966, with a total of 217 episodes, all filmed and broadcast in black and white. Rawhide was the fourth longest-running American TV western.
John Shepard, a man Rowdy served with during the Civil War, shows up and Clay recognizes him as a bounty hunter. The drovers worry that he's after one of them.
A thief joins the drovers after accidentally killing the mother of a blind girl... who then accompanies the drovers to the next town.
The drive picks up an older drover, Simon Royce, who soon comes under suspicion when a hand turns up dead.
An abrasive older drover, Sam Hargis, befriends a new drover who is equally abrasive, and Sam views the newbie as the son he lost in the Civil War.
After Lissa Hobson's husband dies, the drovers find her and her baby in the wilderness. They take her in but Lissa neglects to tell them that her in-laws are after the baby and will stop at nothing to get it.
Rowdy and the drovers come to the aid of soldiers beset by Commanche Indians. However, when the Indians attack the herd because of their legitimate grievances with the soldiers, Gil and Rowdy have second thoughts.
With Gil away on business, Rowdy hires a wolver and his kin to take care of a pack attacking the herd. However, the wolvers have issues of their own and things get complicated when Rowdy gets involved with the daughter, Julie.
The drovers turn to Dr. Walter Harper in the town of Sugar Creek when one of their drovers is injured. However, Harper--and his fellow townspeople--refuse to have anything to do with the drover.
After a night of partying in a cow town, Rowdy wakes up the next morning and discovers that he's married. However, his new wife's intended has something to say about it.
A friend of Favor's, Lije Crowning, riles the drovers and almost gets one killed because of his bad attitude after he joins the herd.
A destitute miner rolls into the camp and offers to guide anyone interested to the lost city of Quivira... if they'll help him with the soldiers who drove him out.
The Cheyenne want the drovers' new traveling associate, undertaker Poke Tolliver. So do a couple who claim Poke has counterfeit plates and left them holding the bag.
Gil's mentor on the trail asks for a job... and hides the fact that he's going blind from glaucoma.
The drovers take in a saloon girl, but her presence soon sows trouble among the men.
The drovers stop a wagon train from lynching a mountain man, but then the man escapes with the daughter he was accused of attacking in the first place.
Gil comes to the aid of a drover who turns out to be a gunfighter trying to lie low so he doesn't have to kill anyone else.
Two Confederate POWs "arrest" Rowdy and take him to a trial in a deserted town, with a drunk ex-judge as the man in the charge.
Gil and Rowdy try to convince a saloon order to testify when Quince is arrested for the murder of a town's leading citizen.
The drovers stop off at a saloon and spot a photo of Gil: identified as a war hero and the dead husband of the owner, Abigail Fletcher. Gil decides to play along when he hears Abigail's hard-luck story, and soon gets into trouble.
Rowdy kills a man in self-defense... and a drover who could be the man's twin shows up at the camp to hire on.
The drovers come across two nuns who have cut down a tortured Comanchero from a rack. The nuns want the drovers to help, but the Comancheros want their prisoner back.
The only chance of averting a war between the Comanche and the white man lies with a former circus clown turned philologist.
A Gypsy holds a fortune-telling ceremony for Wishbone... who draws the black ace three times, foretelling death.
Rowdy takes pity on three stranded white children who were raised by the Apache and want to go back to the Indians who took them in. However, the Arapahoes are at war with the Apaches and want the children as hostages.
Gil and Hey Soos are on the trail and rescue a runaway stagecoach. They take shelter at a station against attacking Apaches, and soon realize that one of their number is an infamous bandit who the Apaches want for revenge.
A local tries to stampede the herd when Rowdy inadvertently takes it across private lands. The local is killed and his father, Don Francisco Maldenado, puts Rowdy and Gil on trial for the death.
While is Gil is away, Rowdy returns to the camp and finds a wedding underway... and a suspicious father-in-law lurking in the background.
Clint Eastwood(Rowdy Yates)
Eric Fleming(Gil Favor)
Sheb Wooley(Pete Nolan)
Charles H. Gray(Clay Forrester)
Raymond St. Jacques(Simon Blake)
John Ireland(Jed Colby)
William R. Thompkins(Toothless)
Steve Raines(Jim Quince)
Rocky Shahan(Joe Scarlet)
Robert Cabal(Hey Soos)
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