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"Rawhide" Incident of the Valley in Shadow (1959)

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Writer:
Buckley Angell (written by)
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TV Series:
Original Air Date:
20 November 1959 (Season 2, Episode 10)
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Plot:
Driving a herd through Cheyenne country, Favor finds out some of his hands may have hired on for more than just the beeves. There is a large reward being offered for a white girl who has been missing since she was a small child. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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too sugary, coincidental, clichéd, unbelievable See more (1 total) »

Cast

 (Episode Cast) (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Eric Fleming ... Gil Favor

Clint Eastwood ... Rowdy Yates
Sheb Wooley ... Pete Nolan

Paul Brinegar ... Wishbone
James Murdock ... Mushy
Steve Raines ... Jim Quince
Rocky Shahan ... Joe Scarlet

Rick Jason ... Manso

Fay Spain ... Winoka
Leo Gordon ... Daggett
Arthur Batanides ... Beckstrom
John Cole ... Houk
Don C. Harvey ... Collins (as Don Harvey)
John Erwin ... Teddy
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Rick Arnold ... Rick (uncredited)
Milan Smith ... Kyle (uncredited)
William R. Thompkins ... Drover (uncredited)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Harmon Jones 
 
Writing credits
Buckley Angell (written by)

Produced by
Ernest J. Nims .... associate producer (as Ernest Nims)
Charles Marquis Warren .... producer
 
Cinematography by
John M. Nickolaus Jr. (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Jack Kampschroer 
 
Casting by
Russel Trost 
 
Art Direction by
John B. Goodman 
 
Set Decoration by
Ray Jeffers 
 
Makeup Department
Jack Dusick .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Harry Templeton .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Bert Chervin .... assistant director
 
Sound Department
Larry Jost .... sound mixer
Franklin Milton .... recording supervisor (as Frank Milton)
 
Music Department
Milton Anderson .... music supervisor (as Milt Anderson)
John Elizalde .... music editor
Frankie Laine .... singer: theme music
Dimitri Tiomkin .... composer: theme music
Ned Washington .... lyricist: theme music
 
Other crew
Endre Bohem .... story editor
 
Crew verified as complete


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Additional Details

Runtime:
60 min | 52 min (DVD)
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Language:
Aspect Ratio:
1.33 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Mono (Westrex Recording System)
Certification:
Canada:G (video rating) | USA:Not Rated

Did You Know?

Trivia:
This was the first of 93 episodes with William R. Thompkins. In the first 46 he was simply referred to as a drover, the last 47 he was credited as 'Toothless'.See more »
Quotes:
Gil Favor:There's money in beef, but it doesn't come easy. There's a market for all the steers you can raise. But it's a thousand miles away. You get top prices only for top cattle. Pushin' the herd up the trail is only half the job. You've gotta get in there in good shape. It takes tough men workin' long hours for low wages, starin' trouble in the face at every bend in the trail. I'm one of 'em. Gil Favor, trail boss.See more »

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4 out of 7 people found the following review useful.
too sugary, coincidental, clichéd, unbelievable, 3 January 2012
Author: chipe from Brooklyn NY

I loved the "Rawhide" series when I watched it as a kid. And I know that these Western stories are "morality plays," that one should gulp a strong dose of "suspension of disbelief" to enjoy them. However there has to be a limit. This episode was an embarrassment -- so saccharine and filled with corny clichés and unbelievable actions and coincidences. Most of the Westerns I have seen that involve Indians are like that.

Among the many things that disturbed me here included:

¶ Favor, riding alone, just happens to encounter and rescue the Indian chief who resides with the "captive white girl" the bounty hunter who joined the cattle drive was after. ¶ the white captive girl having the identifying jewelry with her initials. ¶ Favor endangering the herd, all for the sake of one white "captive," who may have wanted to stay with the Indians anyway. That annoyed me the most. ¶ Favor forgoing the $8000 reward (huge for the time). ¶ the Chief willing to fight to keep the "captive white girl" (his future bride-to-be), then encouraging her to return to her white family after she returns to him. ¶ Favor, and others, riding off alone in wilderness away from the other trail hands.

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