CTVA US Western - "Rawhide" (CBS) Season 2 (1959-60)

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Starring: Eric Fleming (as Gil Favor) Clint Eastwood (as Rowdy Yates)
With: Sheb Wooley (as Pete Nolan), Paul Brinegar (as Wishbone)
James Murdcock (as "Mushy"), Steve Raines (as Jim Quince) Rocky Shahan (as Joe Scarlet)
Season 2 (CBS) (1959-60)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:
references:
TV Guide / Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
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UCLA Film and Television Archive

 
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CBS Fridays 7:30pm EST

Filmed at M-G-M Studios/ Produced by Charles Marquis Warren / Associate Producer Ernest Nims
Story Editor: Endre Bohem / Production Manager: Harry Templeton
Director of Photography, John M. Nickolaus, Jr.

2.01 [024] Rawhide:
INCIDENT OF THE DAY OF THE DEAD
18-Sep-1959
Written by David Victor & Herbert Little Jr.
Directed by Stuart Heisler
Guest Cast:
Viveca Lindfors ............... Luisa Hadley
Alexander Scourby ............. Albert Hadley
Nancy Hadley .................. Ellen Hadley
Ron Soble ..................... Tovar
Carlos Romero ................. Goyo
Claire Carleton
William Fawcett
Helen Westcott
Alex Montoya
Connie Buck
Maurice Jara
Julian Rivero
Pilar Arvs
While waiting in town to pick-up mail for the cattle drive, Rowdy Yates
performs an act of bravery by rescuing a runaway horse.

2.02 [025] Rawhide:
INCIDENT AT DANGERFIELD DIP
02-Oct-1959
Written by Fred Freiberger
Directed by Robert Webb
Guest Cast:
Philip Pine ................... Reese Dangerfield
Douglas Kennedy ............... Ewan Dangerfield
Alan Baxter ................... J.B. Kincaid
Bert Remsen ................... Ash
Pitt Herbert .................. Harry
Gregg Barton .................. Fiske
Dorothy Morris ................ Mrs. Kincaid
An infant found on the cattle drive to sedalia is a prelude to trouble for
Gil Favor and Rowdy Yates.

2.03 [026] Rawhide:
INCIDENT OF THE SHAMBLING MAN
09-Oct-1959
Written by Charles Larson & Fred Freiberger
Directed by Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest Cast:
Victor McLaglen ............... Harry Wittman
Anne Francis .................. Rose Wittman
Gene Nelson ................... Dave Thompson
Robert Lowery ................. Lou Thompson
Harry Carey, Jr. .............. Tanner
Earle Hodgins
Robert Karnes
Ed Faulkner
Stephen Joyce
Steve Thomas
Russell Trent
Pamela Duncan
Ann McCrea
Bruce Wendell
The cattle drive encounters a former bareknuckled fighter, Harry Wittman,
and his ruthless daughter-in-law, Rose.

2.4 [027] Rawhide:
INCIDENT AT JACOB'S WELL  (verified)
Incident at Jacob's Well (1)   (2)   (3)  (4)   (5)
16-Oct-1959 CBS Fri
Filmed at M-G-M Studios/ Produced by Charles Marquis Warren / Associate Producer Ernest Nims
Written by Robert Sherman
Directed by Jack Arnold
Director of Photography, John M. Nickolaus, Jr.
Special Guest Star:
David Brian ........... Jacob Calvin
Also Strarring:
Patricia Medina ....... Illora Calvin
*
Jean Allison .......... Melissa Calvin
Henry Rowland ......... Ludwig
Mason Curry ........... Jason Henry
Kathleen O'Malley ..... Mrs. Henry
Dean Williams ......... Farmer
Synopsis:
When encountering a barren farm, the cattle drive has its horses stolen by farmers.

2.05 [028] Rawhide:
INCIDENT OF THE 13th MAN (verified)
prod. no. 169-3317 TV / 23-Oct-1959 CBS Fri
Filmed at M-G-M Studios/ Produced by Charles Marquis Warren / Associate Producer Ernest Nims
Story by Endre Bohem; Teleplay by Fred Freiberger (story first- then teleplay)
Directed by Jesse Hibbs
Director of Photography, John M. Nickolaus, Jr.
Starring: Clint Eastwood & Paul Brinegar
 (no other regulars)
Guest Cast:
Edward C. Platt ....... Jason Clark
Paul Fix .............. Ellis Williams
*
Jerome Cowan .......... Judge Gerald T. Crenshaw
Richard Shannon ....... Ed Shore
Terry Becker .......... Seth Warner
Robert Cornthwaite .... Ronald Smith
Walter Coy ............ Ott
Robert Anderson ....... Gene Matson
Grant Richards ........ Sheriff Tom Bracken
*
Russell Thorson ....... Mort Billings
Dick Elliott .......... McTavish
Mike Ragan ............ Clem Jackson
Rush Williams ......... Arthur Hennig
Nan Peterson .......... Janet Hennig
Harry Antrim .......... Bailiff (Ted)
Charles Tannen ........ Jed Hodges
*
Leo Needham ........... Nate Harmon
Duane Grey ............ Don Markham
Curt Barrett .......... Bill Cullin
Iron Eyes Cody ........ John Redcloud
Patrick MacNee ........ Henry Watkins
John Hart ............. Slim
John Indrisano ........ Gregg
Synopsis:
When they enter the town of blanton, Rowdy Yates and Wishbone are coerced into becoming jurors in a fixed murder trial.
 
 2.06 [029] Rawhide:
INCIDENT AT THE BUFFALO SMOKEHOUSE (verified)
prod. no. 169-3319 TV / 30-Oct-1959 CBS Fri
Filmed at M-G-M Studios/ Produced by Charles Marquis Warren / Associate Producer Ernest Nims
Story by Joseph Vogel; Teleplay by Louis Vittes
Directed by Stuart Heisler
Director of Photography, John M. Nickolaus, Jr.
Special Guest Star:
Vera Miles ............. Helen Walsh
Also Starring:
Gene Evans ............. Wes Thomas
Leif Erickson .......... Jeremiah Walsh
With:
Allison Hayes .......... Rose Morton
John Agar .............. Lon Grant
J. Pat O'Malley ........ Mart Peeler
Dean Stanton ........... Barlow
Jack Weston ............ Julian Smith
Lane Bradford .......... Crofts
Karl Swenson ........... Sergeant
Harry Swoger ........... Miller
Bob Tetrick ............ Second Soldier
Glenn Turnbull ......... First Soldier
Synopsis
The cattle drive push to beat a fast-moving prairie fire which is hot on their heels.

2.07 [030] Rawhide:
INCIDENT OF THE HAUNTED HILLS (verified)
prod. no. 169-3318 TV / 06-Nov-1959 CBS Fri
Filmed at M-G-M Studios/ Produced by Charles Marquis Warren / Associate Producer Ernest Nims
Story by Oliver Crawford, Teleplay by Louis Vittes
Directed by Jesse Hibbs
Director of Photography, John M. Nickolaus, Jr.
Special Guest Star:
John Drew Barrymore .... Harry Tasunka
Also Starring:
Kent Smith ............. Capt. Loomis
With:
Strother Martin ........ Meeker
Charles Gray ........... Flagg
Marya Stevens .......... Indian Girl
Clarke Gordon .......... Henderson
Harry Lauter ........... Garrison
Ron Hayes .............. Owens
Moody Blanchard ........ Crane
John Kroger ............ Phillips
Glenn Strange .......... Indian Chief
Bart Bradley ........... Indian Boy
Tasunka, an outcast member of an indian tribe, leads the cattle drive to a
watering hole in an area inhabited by indians.

2.08 [031] Rawhide:
INCIDENT OF THE STALKING DEATH  (verified)
prod. no. 169-3321 / 13-Nov-1959 CBS Fri
Filmed at M-G-M Studios/ Produced by Charles Marquis Warren / Associate Producer Ernest Nims
Teleplay by Louis Vittes; Story by Oliver Crawford & Louise Vittes
Directed by Harmon Jones
Director of Photography, John M. Nickolaus, Jr.
Special Guest Star:
Cesar Romero .......... Ben Teagle
Mari Blanchard ........ Margarita Colinas
*
Martin Garralaga ...... Pedrillo
Regis Toomey .......... Goldy
Scott Davey ........... Tomas
Marilyn Winston ....... Carlotta
Doug Wilson ........... Flint
Synopsis:
When Gil Favor agrees to hunt a puma for a young widow he must also contend with the woman's jealous suitor.

2.09 [032] Rawhide:
INCIDENT OF THE VALLEY IN SHADOW  (verified)
prod. no. 169-3325 / 20-Nov-1959 CBS Fri
Filmed at M-G-M Studios/ Produced by Charles Marquis Warren / Associate Producer Ernest Nims
Written by Buckley Angell
Directed by Harmon Jones
Director of Photography, John M. Nickolaus, Jr.
Special Guest Star:
Rick Jason ............ Chief Manse
Also Starring:
Fay Spain ............. Winoka
*
Leo Gordon ............ Daggett
Arthur Batanides ...... Beckstrom
John Cole ............. Houk
Don Harvey ............ Collins
John Erwin ............ Teddy
Synopsis:
Three bounty hunters join the Sedalia-bound cattle drive, having been hired by trial boss Gil Favor as extra hands.

2.10 [033] Rawhide:
INCIDENT OF THE BLUE FIRE  (verified)
prod. no. 169-3322 / 11-Dec-1959 CBS Fri
Filmed at M-G-M Studios/ Produced by Charles Marquis Warren / Associate Producer Ernest Nims
Written by John Dunkel
Directed by Charles Marquis Warren
Director of Photography, John M. Nickolaus, Jr.
Special Guest Star:
Skip Homeier .......... Lucky Markley
*
Robert Cabal .......... Hey Soos (recurring)
Joe de Santis .......... Jed Bates
Eddie Little Sky ...... Comanche Brave
Don Harvey ............ Collins
John Erwin ............ Teddy
Synopsis:
Gil Favor and Rowdy Yates fear an impending electrical storm may provoke a stampede by their 3,000 head of steer.

2.11 [034] Rawhide:
INCIDENT AT SPANISH ROCK  (verified)
prod. no. 169-3329 / 18-Dec-1959 CBS Fri
Filmed at M-G-M Studios/ Produced by Charles Marquis Warren / Associate Producer Ernest Nims
Teleplay by Louis Vittes; Story by Clair Huffaker
Directed by Harmon Jones
Director of Photography, John M. Nickolaus, Jr.
Guest star:
Elena Verdugo ......... Maria Carroyo
*
Jacques Aubuchon ...... Juan Carroyo
Frank De Kova ......... Villegro
Wolfe Barzell ......... Julio
Pepe Hern ............. Frank Volero
Roberto Contreras ..... Castillo
Jorge Moreno .......... Perez
Vincent Padula ........ Waiter
George Ramsey ......... Dancer
Synopsis:
Gil Favor and Rowdy Yates are approached by Mexican soldiers who demand one of their men, Frank Volero.

2.12 [035] Rawhide:
INCIDENT OF THE DRUID CURSE  (verified)
prod. no. 169-3326 / 08-Jan-1960 CBS Fri
Filmed at M-G-M Studios/ Produced by Charles Marquis Warren / Associate Producer Ernest Nims
Teleplay by Louis Vittes; Story by Alva Hudson
Directed by Jesse Hibbs
Director of Photography, John M. Nickolaus, Jr.
Guest Cast:
Claude Akins .......... Jim Lark
Luana Patten .......... Maeve Lismore and Mona Lismore
Byron Foulger ......... Lismore
Don Keefer ............ Hames
Stanley Adams ......... Creston
Synopsis:
The curse of an ancient culture creates mystery and intrigue for the Sedalia-bound cattle drive.

2.13 [036] Rawhide:
INCIDENT AT RED RIVER STATION  (verified)
prod. no. 169-3328 / 15-Jan-1960 CBS Fri
Filmed at M-G-M Studios/ Produced by Charles Marquis Warren / Associate Producer Ernest Nims
Written by Charles Larson
Directed by Gene Fowler, Jnr
Director of Photography, John M. Nickolaus, Jr.
Special Guest Star:
James Dunn ............ Dr. Soloman Flood
with
Robert F. Simon ....... Junkin
*
Stanley Clements ...... Lou Paris
William Tannen ........ Wiley
Glen Gordon ........... Guard
Peter Adams ........... Lt. Shaw
Frances Morris ........ Hannah Junkin
Earl Hansen ........... Sergeant
Earle Hodgins ......... Itinerant Preacher
Kim Hector ............ Raymond Junkin
Dorothy Christmas ..... Raymond's Mother
Synopsis:
Gil and Rowdy come across a dedicated physician attempting to fight ignorance and fear of smallpox along the frontier.
They are horrified to learn that the doctor is being prevented from giving vaccinations by a stubborn barber-dentist
who has taken it upon himself to fight the disease with his own ignorant methods.

2.14 [037] Rawhide:
INCIDENT OF THE DEVIL AND HIS DUE  (verified)
prod. no. 169-3323 / 22-Jan-1960 CBS Fri
Filmed at M-G-M Studios/ Produced by Charles Marquis Warren / Associate Producer Ernest Nims
Written by Samuel Newman & Louis Vittes
Directed by Harmon Jones
Director of Photography, John M. Nickolaus, Jr.
Special Guest Star:
Neville Brand ......... Gaff
*
Louis Jean Heydt ...... Wilson
John Pickard .......... Owens
Sheila Bromley ........ Mrs. Burton
James Griffith ........ Maury
Ralph Reed ............ Hal Burton
Peter Mamakos ......... Eddie
*
Ken Mayer ............. Sam Burton
Hank Worden ........... Wendell
Barbara Morrison ...... Mrs. Garry
Fred E. Sherman ....... Dooley
Hal Taggart ........... Hooper
Synopsis:
Gil Favor is mistakenly accused of murdering the owner of a farmhouse.

2.15 [038] Rawhide:
INCIDENT OF THE WANTED PAINTER  (verified)
prod. no. 169-3331 / 29-Jan-1960 CBS Fri
Filmed at M-G-M Studios/ Produced by Charles Marquis Warren / Associate Producer Ernest Nims
Written by Charles Larson
Directed by Harmon Jones
Director of Photography, John M. Nickolaus, Jr.
Guest Star:
Arthur Franz .......... Charles Fredericks
*
Steve Brodie .......... Marshal Coogan
Robert Lowery ......... Major Sinclair
Dennis Cross .......... Clements
Charles Maxwell ....... Chaffee
Frank Wolff ........... Holzman
Rex Holman ............ Harry
Norman Winston ........ Sgt. Todd
Synospis:
Gil Favor and Rowdy Yates are accused of being accomplices to a murder/art scheme.

2.16 [039] Rawhide:
INCIDENT OF THE TINKER'S DAM  (verified)
 prod. no. 169-3330 / 05-Feb-1960 CBS Fr
Filmed at M-G-M Studios/ Produced by Charles Marquis Warren / Associate Producer Ernest Nims
Written by Jan Winters
Directed by Gene Fowler, Jr.
Director of Photography, John M. Nickolaus, Jr.
Guest Star:
Regis Toomey .......... T.J. Wishbone
*
Anthony Dexter ........ Chie
Ron Soble ............. Hanso
Herbert Patterson ..... Sgt. Gregory
Robert Chadwick ....... Kaiwie
Jeanne Bates .......... Mrs. Wayne
Ray Montgomery ........ Corp. Anderson
Monte Blue ............ Wankawa
Iron Eyes Cody ....... Blue Deer
Russ Conklin .......... Fleet Foot
Estelita Zarco ........ Indian Woman
Synopsis:
Wishbone's brother, T.J. Wishbone, a lawyer, is shot off his horse by renegade indians.

2.17 [040] Rawhide: INCIDENT OF THE NIGHT HORSE  (verified)
prod. no. 169-3322 /  19-Feb-1960 CBS Fri
Incident of the Night Horse (1) - (2)  - (3)  - (4) - (5)
Filmed at M-G-M Studios/ Produced by Charles Marquis Warren / Associate Producer Ernest Nims
Written by John Dunkel
Directed by Joe Kane
Director of Photography, John M. Nickolaus, Jr.
Guest Star:
George D. Wallace ...... Jed Carst
*
Judy Nugent ............ Willie Carst
Madeleine Holmes ....... Sari Carst
John Erwin ............. Teddy
Synopsis:
Gil Favor meets a vicious old enemy when he and Rowdy Yates discover some of their cattle snared in mustang traps.

2.18 [041] Rawhide:
INCIDENT OF THE SHARPSHOOTER  (verified)
prod. no. 169-3333 / 26-Feb-1960 CBS Fri
Filmed at M-G-M Studios/ Produced by Charles Marquis Warren / Associate Producer Ernest Nims
Written by Winston Miller
Directed by Jesse Hibbs
Director of Photography, John M. Nickolaus, Jr.
Special Guest Star:
Jock Mahoney .......... Vance/Jonathan Williams
*
Hugh Sanders .......... Sheriff Fischer
Stafford Repp ......... Mayor Watkins
Raymond Greenleaf ..... Judge Sanders
Harry Ellerbe ......... Fred Milton
Morgan Jones .......... Red
Norman Leavitt ........ Hotel Clerk
Olan Soulé ............ Styles
Keene Duncan .......... Sheriff Brown
John Hart ............. Posseman
Harold Goodwin ........ Posseman
Fred Lerner ........... Posseman
Casey McGregor ........ Posseman
George Hickman ........ Drunk
Terry Loomis .......... Girl
Synopsis:
As the cattle drive nears the town of prairie springs, it meets with a notorious outlaw posing as attorney,
Jonathan Williams.

2.19 [042] Rawhide:
INCIDENT OF THE DUST FLOWER  (verified)
prod. no. 169-3335 / 04-Mar-1960 CBS Fri
Filmed at M-G-M Studios/ Produced by Charles Marquis Warren / Associate Producer Ernest Nims
Written by Winston Miller
Directed by Ted Post
Director of Photography, John M. Nickolaus, Jr.
Guest Stars::
Margaret Phillips ..... Sophie Cartwright
Arthur Shields ........ Sam Cartwright
*
Tom Drake ............. Henry Fisher
Frances Bavier ........ Ellen Ferguson
Doreen Lang ........... Julia
John Cole ............. Slim
Len Hendry ............ Mr. Riddle
Fern Barry ............ Mrs. Riddle
Don Happy ............. Stagecoach Driver
Synopsis:
Scout Pete Nolan stands in for a spinster's make-believe fiance.

2.20 [043] Rawhide:
INCIDENT AT SULPHUR CREEK  (verified)
prod. no. 169-3334 / 11-Mar-1960 CBS Fri
Filmed at M-G-M Studios/ Produced by Charles Marquis Warren / Associate Producer Ernest Nims
Teleplay by Louis Vittes; Story by Sloan Nibley
Directed by Harmon Jones
Director of Photography, John M. Nickolaus, Jr
Guest Star:
John Dehner ........... Arvid Lacey
*
Jan Shepard ........... Clara Lacey
Charles Aidman ........ Waltzer
Ross Ford ............. Brad Lacey
Howard Wendell ........ Porteous
Robert Cabal .......... Hey Soos (recurring)
James Gavin ........... Williams
Duane Grey ............ Thurman
K.L. Smith ............ Chuck
Joseph A. Vitale ...... Chief
X Brands .............. Kah-Wah
William R. Thompkins, Jr. ..... Dinger
Synopsis
Three thousand head of cattle are forced to halt when almost all of the drovers' work horses are stolen.

2.21 [044] Rawhide: INCIDENT OF THE CHAMPAGNE BOTTLES  (verified)
Incident of the Champagne Bottles (1) - (2)  - (3)  -  (4)  -  (5)
prod. no. 169-3336 / 18-Mar-1960 CBS Fri
Filmed at M-G-M Studios/ Produced by Charles Marquis Warren / Associate Producer Ernest Nims
Teleplay by Louis Vittes; Story by Curtis Kenyon
Directed by Joe Kane
Director of Photography, John M. Nickolaus, Jr
Guest Stars:
Hugh Marlowe .......... James Parker
Patricia Barry ........ Susan Parker
*
Lane Bradford ......... Matt Holden
John Hart ............. Murdoch
Synopsis:
Gil Favor orders the cattle drive to put as much distance as possible between them and a wagon loaded with nitroglycerine.

2.22 [045] Rawhide:
INCIDENT OF THE STARGAZER (verified)
prod. no. 169-3337 / 01-Apr-1960 CBS Fri
Filmed at M-G-M Studios/ Produced by Charles Marquis Warren / Associate Producer Ernest Nims
Teleplay by Louis Vittes, Story by Jan Winters and Ted Gardner
Directed by Harmon Jones
Director of Photography, John M. Nickolaus, Jr.
Guest Stars:
Buddy Ebsen ........... Will Kinch
Dorothy Green ......... Marissa Turner
Richard Webb .......... Henry Walker
*
Ted de Corsia ......... Gunnison
Jonathan Hole ......... Josiah Grimby
Marya Stevens ......... Teela
Tom Fadden ............ Circuit Judge Nield
Kelton Garwood ........ Hutchins
Clem Fuller ........... Driver
Synopsis:
Pete Nolan and Wishbone face a fiery death when they attempt to save the life of an astronomer's wife.

2.23 [046] Rawhide:
INCIDENT OF THE DANCING DEATH (verified)
prod. no. 169-3324 /  08-Apr-1960 CBS Fri
Filmed at M-G-M Studios/ Produced by Charles Marquis Warren / Associate Producer Ernest Nims
Teleplay by Buckley Angell; Story by Dallas Gaultois and James Edmiston
Directed by William Claxton
Guest Cast:
Mabel Albertson ....... Kalla
Kipp Hamilton ......... Shezoe
*
Anthony Caruso ........ Cullen
Paul Picerni .......... Bahari
Robert Cabal .......... Hey Soos (recurring)
Warren Oates .......... Marco
Michael Mark .......... Gypsy Man
Bill Talent ........... Pana
William R. Thompkins .... Achilles
John Cole ............. Bailey
Synopsis:
The cattle drivers are accused of murder when one of their horses is found alongside the body of a gypsy prince.

2.24 [047] Rawhide:
INCIDENT OF THE ARANA SACAR (verified)
prod. no. 169-3338 / 22-Apr-1960 CBS Fri
Filmed at M-G-M Studios/ Produced by Charles Marquis Warren / Associate Producer Ernest Nims
Story by Charles Marquis Warren; Teleplay by Buckley Angell
Directed by Joe Kane
Director of Photography, John M. Nickolaus, Jr.
Guest Cast:
Cloris Leachman ....... Mary Ann Belden
Russell Arms .......... Joel Belden
*
Chris Alcaide ......... Pagan
Hal Baylor ............ Myles
Charles Fredericks .... Strader
Synopsis:
The cattlemen are fooled by a scoundrel who promises them liquor at a nearby trading post.

2.25 [048] Rawhide:
INCIDENT OF THE DESERTER (verified)
prod. no. 169-3339 / 29-Apr-1960 CBS Fri
Filmed at M-G-M Studios/ Produced by Charles Marquis Warren / Associate Producer Ernest Nims
Teleplay by Louis Vittes; Story by Buckley Angell, Jessica Benson, and Louis Vittes
Directed by Gerd Oswald
Director of Photography, John M. Nickolaus, Jr.
Guest Cast:
Sheila Bromley ......... Mrs. Spencer
William Tannen ......... Noah Detrick
*
Michael Granger ........ Yuber
Walter Burke ........... Mr. Dimity
Curt Barrett ........... Logan
Bob Steele ............. Grogan
Rush Williams .......... Hall
Dorothy Christmas ...... Mrs. Logan
Mary Carroll ........... Miner's Wife
Synopsis:
Wishbone quits the sedalia-bound cattle drive to open a restaurant of his own with a frontier widow.

2.26 [049] Rawhide:
INCIDENT OF THE 100 AMULETS (verified)
prod. no. 169-3327 / 06-May-1960 CBS Fri
Filmed at M-G-M Studios/ Produced by Charles Marquis Warren / Associate Producer Ernest Nims
Teleplay by Fred Freiberger & Louis Vittes; Story by Fred Freiberger & Lawrence Menkin
Directed by Stuart Heisler
Director of Photography, John M. Nickolaus, Jr.
Guest Cast:
R.G. Armstrong ......... Burke
Whit Bissell ........... Doc Taggert
Vaughn Taylor .......... Perce Morgan
Robert Cabal ........... Hey Soos (recurring)
Argentina Brunetti ..... Rosa Patines
Virginia Christine ..... Sarah Tenney
Richard Reeves ......... Sheriff
Pat Michon ............. Polly Morgan
Ed Nelson .............. Chuck Whittaker
Carol Seflinger ........ Ellen Tenney
Alex Montoya ........... Lopez
And:
Peter Whitney .......... Jake Tenney
Synopsis:
Gil Favor and Rowdy Yates face a fear-crazed crowd of witch hunters.

2.27 [050] Rawhide:
INCIDENT OF THE MURDER STEER (verified)
prod. no. 169-3340 / 13-May-1960 CBS Fri
Filmed at M-G-M Studios/ Produced by Charles Marquis Warren / Associate Producer Ernest Nims
Written by John Dunkel
Directed by Joe Kane
Director of Photography, John M. Nickolaus, Jr.
Guest Cast:
James Franciscus ....... Andy Nye
*
Whitney Blake .......... Callie Carter
Howard Petrie .......... Abner Carter
Paul Lukather .......... Gus Price
Robert Cabal ........... Hey Soos (recurring)
John Erwin ............. Teddy
Robert Jordan .......... Adair
Stephen Joyce .......... Hanson Buck
Synopsis:
After four men join the cattle drive, a series of murders begin.

2.28 [051] Rawhide:
INCIDENT OF THE MUSIC MAKER  (verified)
prod. no. 169-3341 / 20-May-1960 CBS Fri
Filmed at M-G-M Studios/ Produced by Charles Marquis Warren / Associate Producer Ernest Nims
Teleplay by Charles Larson; Story by Rik Vollaerts
Directed by R.G. Springsteen
Director of Photography, John M. Nickolaus, Jr.
Guest Cast:
Peter Whitney ......... Anton Zwahlen
*
Lili Kardell .......... Maria Zwahlen
Werner Klemperer ...... Kessel
*
Robert Boon ........... Ernst Zwahlen
Jerry Barclay ......... Franz Zwahlen
Norman Winston ........ Sepp Zwahlen
John Duran ............ Willi Zwahlen
Robert Griffin ........ Marshal
Ted Stanhope .......... Bill Kelley
John Cole ............. Bailey
Bob Duggan ............ Soldier
X Brands .............. Indian Leader
Synopsis:
A Swiss gunsmith sabotages the guns of the cattle drovers in an ingenious plan to rustle the herd.

2.29 [052] Rawhide: INCIDENT OF THE SILENT WEB
03-Jun-1960
Written by Winston Miller & Charles B. Smith
Directed by Joe Kane
Guest Cast:
Don Haggerty .................. Chaney
Reba Waters ................... Jeanie Porter
William Thourlby .............. Morgan
Charles Maxwell ............... John Taggatt
Paul Langton .................. Henry Porter
Carlos Romero
Joseph Patridge
Stephen Ellsworth
Pat O'Moore
John War Eagle
A horror-stricken little girl apparently becomes mute after witnessing the
murder of her father.

2.30 [053] Rawhide:
INCIDENT OF THE LAST CHANCE
10-June-60
Written by Winston Miller
Directed by Ted Post
Guest Cast:
John Kerr ..................... Bert Eaton
Roxane Berard ................. Marcia Eaton
John Marley ................... Little Cloud
Kathryn Card .................. Edna Gillespie
Jon Lormer .................... Harry Gillespie
Dick Elliott .................. Sam Davis
William D. Gordon ............. Sid Gorman
Hank Patterson ................ Dan Simmons
Bob Hopkins ................... Denton
Guy Teague
Newlywed Bostonians, Bert and Marcia Eaton, en route to an uncle's ranch,
seek refuge with the cattle drive after their wagon is caught in a flash flood.

2.31 [054] Rawhide:
INCIDENT IN THE GARDEN OF EDEN
17-Jun-1960
Written by Louis Vittes
Directed by Joe Kane
Guest Cast:
John Ireland .................. Winch
Debra Paget ................... Laura Ashley
Robert Coote .................. Sir Richard Ashley
John Hoyt ..................... Harry Wilks
J. Pat O'Malley ............... Oliver
Pat O'Moore ................... Tompkins
Gregory Walcott ............... Crane
Adrienne Marden ............... Oneewa
Charles Davis ................. Higgins
John Cole ..................... Indian
Joan Elan
Rowdy Yates is sent to a small town to buy cattle to replace those lost
during the drive from San Antonio.

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