Several of Favor's men are sick with a mysterious illness. Favor and the sick men make it to the abandoned Gray Rock Hotel where they are protected from the cold and wind. They find a beautiful but strange woman with dangerous past.
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After Favor hired two drovers, several of the men became sick and one of the new men died. Unsure what the illness is, Favor and the sick men reach the Gray Rock Hotel in an abandoned town. It provides protection from the cold and wind. They find a beautiful woman Lottie stranded there due to an accident with her horse. Favor convinces her to help tend the men while he sends the sick Quince to the next town for help. Lottie soon becomes popular with all the men but especially Marty, one of the two new hands. After making a failed pass at Lottie and mentioning he has heard of her, she tries twice to kill him succeeding the second time. Quince falls off his horse but is found later by a group of men looking for Lottie. One man goes with Quince while the other three go to Gray Rock. Favor and the men have learned Lottie is in trouble with men chasing her. When the three men arrive, Favor wants to talk to them but Lottie opens fire with the rest of the drovers following suit. After people... Written by
This episode marked the first time I had seen "Rawhide" in almost 50 years. Ironically, this was the final episode in the eight-year run of the series. Thus, it was kind of fun to see a very young Clint Eastwood and the star of the show, Eric Fleming, who I hadn't seen in years. That's because the man died in 1966 drowning while filming not long after this Rawhide episode.
Anyway, this episode was all about Lola Albright, the sex siren from the "Peter Gunn" TV series. Here, she guested as "Lottie," a disturbed
as we find out - woman who isn't as sweet as she looks.
The episode was very stagy and melodramatic but also was fantastically filmed with many scenes a film-noir director would be envious. With that, and Albright's looks, there was a lot to ogle.....but don't expect an action-packed western story.
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