Several references to the then-current series are made during the show.
Mister Ed tells Wilbur that a friend of his is playing the lead horse on Rawhide.
Mentioned by name.
Blues Brothers do a cover of "Rawhide"'s theme in Bob's Country Bunker.
Mentioned by Herzog.
Bobby alludes to the show when herding cows.
Wayne mentions the series when chatting up a "cowgirl."
Theme from Rawhide plays while Ron does his gunshooting act
Music used during 'The Adventurers'
Mentioned by name.
One of the men sings the "Rolling, rolling, rolling" line from the classic theme
Ca. 68 minutes into the film, Buster and Bruce sing the old show's theme, while drinking in a swimming pool.
One of the questions in the age verification test is who played Rowdy Yates in the show.
Crow: "Hey, it's Wishbone from the old Rawhide show."
In one scene, the "Rawhide" theme is heard.
Donatello scream "Rawhide!" during the first fight.
"I'd best get those doggies rollin' before these stakes start turning into rawhide."
Bernie Munch refers to the series.
Servo: Keep those doggies rollin'...
in the Western level sometimes Gex sings small bits of the Rawhide theme song
A person sings the theme song
Brian likens one of the songs that Roger and Sean perform in the Intros Round to "the theme from Rawhide".
mentioned in dialogue
Donkey sings the themesong to Rawhide as they leave for Far Far Away
Bruce mentions this show
Mentioned by interviewee
Dr. Pincus sings a line from the theme song of the TV series.
title referenced in the in dialouge
Mentioned during Clint Eastwood presentation
Mentioned in dialogue
The theme music is played in a segment on Crackerjack.
Theme song played during the closing credits
the elephant seals sing the Rawhide theme song
Seen on DVR
Mentioned by Johnny Carson in a clip of the Tonight Show from 1967 featuring Clint Eastwood
A fragment of this series is shown in this episode
clips from this show are used in this special
Brief clip of opening titles during Josh Groban's salute to TV theme songs.
Includes film clip
A scene from the TV series featuring Clint Eastwood is seen on a television screen.
Larry sings part of the theme song in an exaggerated way.
A song sang during this episode spoofs the lyrics and theme tune of Rawhide.