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not planed. TV Show was canceled.
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.
Gil and Rowdy end up competing against each other when Rowdy leaves the drive and takes on his own herd... and they're both trying to get to their destination first.
Rowdy accidentally kills a man, and Gil ends up looking after the dead man's family.
Piney Kinney joins the drive to use it as a cover so that he and his fellow bank robbers can escape the law.
When Gil puts the herd at risk to meet a deadline and miscalculates, his competence comes under question.
After a band of Gypsies cons Mushy out of the drive's wagons and supplies, he goes off on his own.
When her husband Gurd, an aging gunfighter, won't give up his job to kill a Don, Augusta Canliss asks Gil for help.
After her crew walks, railroad owner Jonathan Damon tricks the drovers into working on his railroad for 90 days.
After Gil escapes jail, he makes his way to the railroad and has to convince the drovers to turn against Damon.
Rowdy is caught in a web of intrigue when Sam Jefferson asks him to take him in to collect a $5,000 reward and send it to his wife. However, someone shoots Sam in the back, and Rowdy discovers that Sam's friends are coming after him with revenge in mind.
An idealistic young corporal is left in charge of a patrol escorting Ute Indians to a reservation, when his superior officer is killed. His men have other plans, and end up bringing in a wounded Gil after they shoot several of the herd for food.
Photographer Taylor Dickson joins the drive and Gil sends him off with Rowdy to photograph some Shoshone. The Shoshone have moved on, as Gil well knows... but the Bad Skin Gang has moved in and need a photographer to give them a reputation.
The drovers arrive in a town and while Gil and Rowdy get a warm welcome, the townspeople are hostile toward the other drovers running roughshod over their gentrified town.
Gil and a fellow trail boss, Hugh Brewster, get abducted by outlaws working for Rian Powers, who plans to use trail bosses to manipulate the beef industry.
Pop Starke tries to sucker Rowdy into signing on with his travelling show as a gunfighter.
A 70-year-old drover, Josh Breeden, insists that he can still do the job, but Gil has his doubts and Josh refuses to let anyone help him.
Rowdy attends the execution of an Army captain eighteen months after Rowdy's testimony led to the man's conviction for murder.
Sheriff Royal K. Shaw arrests popular-with-the-people outlaw Reed McCuller, and hides out in the herd when locals come looking for their hero.
When Pete is put on trial for cattle rustling, Gil tries to clear the scout's name and discovers that an old friend may be responsible.
A grandfather and grandson join the drive to approach Cable, who doesn't recognize his father and son after years away. Worse, Cable, is preparing to rip Gil off.
The drive inadverently heads into Commanchero land, and Rowdy discovers that the Indians are holding a white woman prisoner.
A deserter, Hap Johnson, joins the herd and the Army comes looking for him. Hap leaves before they arrive, but his belongings make Gil look like an accomplice... and the soldiers arrest him.
While the herd faces a prairie fire, Wishbone runs afoul of three drovers who plan to steal the herd.
Major Cantwell tries to embezzle $32,500 from the Army that found him guilty of an infraction he didn't commit, but an enlisted soldier Kaster that Cantwell had cashiered finds ouit about the scheme.
Gil hires a one-armed Civil War veteran to determine why the herd is dying, but soon learns that a banker is out to eliminate the veteran.
Former Confederates are raiding stagecoaches and threaten the herd, and one of them is Gil's old commanding officer.
Wishbone decides to leave the drive, and ends up defending a woman with three children and an abusive husband.
Clint Eastwood(Rowdy Yates)
Eric Fleming(Gil Favor)
Sheb Wooley(Pete Nolan)
Charles H. Gray(Clay Forrester)
William R. Thompkins(Toothless)
Steve Raines(Jim Quince)
Rocky Shahan(Joe Scarlet)
Robert Cabal(Hey Soos)
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