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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.
When Gil is injured, Rowdy is forced to rely on a new drover, Lou Bowdark, to find water for the herd. However, he doesn't trust the man, and his suspicions soon prove true.
Colonel Macklin joins the drive, but the drovers are caught in the middle when the Comanche demand that they hand Macklin over for war crimes against the Indians.
Rose Cornelius and her clan cut off the drovers from passing through a open range valley, and Gil has to become sheriff of the nearby town to get her arrested.
The drovers pull a sick man, Bolivar Jagger, out of a river only to discover that he's wearing leg irons. At the next town, they discover that the Harger brothers plan to lynch Jagger for killing their father.
The drovers get involved in a range war after Rowdy rescues a nester, Matthew Higgins.
Gil is forced to take on an inexperienced boy as a drover in return for the herd's passage across private land.
A boxer throws an exhibition match with Rowdy and talks his way onto the drive, but has an ulterior motive.
A group of rawhiders trick Rowdy into taking a girl back to the herd... and then follow him back to steal the herd and hold a shotgun wedding.
After Rowdy and his friend Rabbit accidentally shoot a man, the dead man's brother curses them to die.
A confidence man and his beautiful partner Crystal Simpson manage to steal the herd's ownership papers. However, when the con man abandons Crystal, she and Rowdy team up to get the papers back.
Gil hires a hunter to kill an escaped circus lion that is stalking the herd. However, the drovers soon suspect that the hunter is more dangerous to them than the hunted.
Mushy wins big at a local saloon, but his earnings drive the drovers to distraction... and get Mushy into trouble when he leaves the herd.
The drovers suffer a string of bad luck, which culminates in Mushy finding a failed Japanese Geisha who appears to be cursed.
The drovers find a white woman wearing Indian clothing, and the Cheyenne soon contact them demanding the woman back because they believe she's a witch.
Wishbone gets involved in a case of mistaken identity and faces a shotgun wedding to the woman he supposedly abandoned 12 years ago.
Wishbone is blinded in an accident, but the doctor can find no physical reason for the cook's ailment.
A Scottish woman joins the herd with her four large bulls, and the drovers soon discover that she's pregnant... and her husband is looking for her.
Gil, Jim, and Wishbone deliver 200 head of cattle to the Apaches to pay off a government debt.
The drovers try to recover a hundred head of missing cattle, and discover that a orphanage owner had to sell them to get the money he needs from a heartless banker.
Wishbone frees a conman caught among the herd, and takes off with him. The drovers follow and discover that Wishbone believes he killed a saloon girl in New Orleans.
A peddler joins the herd and the drovers soon believe that he's a jinx.
Masked vigilantes horse-whip Gil when he tries to intervene in a lynching, and he sets out to find who his attackers were.
Gil is framed for murder by a childhood friend who is married to the commanding officer of the man who Gil is accused of murdering.
The drovers meet up with Pan Macropoulos, a former circus performer looking for a woman he fell in love with 11 years ago after hearing her sing once.
Gil goes in hock to a banker to save the herd, and ends up ceding control to the man.
When a wild bull stalks the herd, an irritable Gil sends drover Art Fuller to deal with it. When Fuller is killed, Gil and Hey Soos go after it on their own while Rowdy tries to deal with the rebellious drovers.
A rich man in the town of Deadhorse gets away with murder because no one is willing to stand up to him... except Gil and the drovers.
Despite being run out of Deadhorse on a rail, Hannibal insists on returning... and all of the drovers but Gil agree to back him.
"Gilded Goddess" Lisa Temple, who runs a casino, is an old flame of Rowdy's and wanted for murder when she stumbles into the drovers' camp.
A Buffalo Soldier goes AWOL from the Army, but when he joins up with the drovers, the real reason for his departure is revealed when Capt. Coiulter comes looking for him.
A former preacher turned drover, Brothers, aids Hey Soos locate a small tribe of Indiana that Brothers preached to years ago.
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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