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Rawhide: Incident of the Murder Steer

The only clue to a series of mysterious killings is a steer branded with the word "murder" that appears after each death.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 2x27
Production Number: 169-3340
Airdate: Friday May 13th, 1960

Director: Joseph Kane
Writer: John Dunkel

Guest Stars
Whitney BlakeWhitney Blake
As Callie Carter
Howard PetrieHoward Petrie
As Abner Carter
John ErwinJohn Erwin
As Teddy
Stephen JoyceStephen Joyce
As Hanson Buck
James FranciscusJames Franciscus
As Andy Nye
Paul LukatherPaul Lukather
As Gus Price

John Cole (1)John Cole (1)
As Bailey
William R. ThompkinsWilliam R. Thompkins
As Drover
Main Cast
Eric FlemingEric Fleming
As Gil Favor
Clint EastwoodClint Eastwood
As Rowdy Yates
Sheb WooleySheb Wooley
As Pete Nolan
Paul BrinegarPaul Brinegar
As G. W. Wishbone
James MurdockJames Murdock
As Harkness "Mushy" Mushgrove
Steve RainesSteve Raines
As Jim Quince
Rocky ShahanRocky Shahan
As Joe Scarlet
Robert CabalRobert Cabal
As Hey Soos
Episode Quotes
Gil: In those eastern newspapers, they write about the lawlessness of the West. But they don't know what it really means to live that way. It means, in time of trouble, you've got no help but the quickness of your own right hand. No judge but your own good sense, especially on trail herd. Most of the time you're one hundred miles from anyone wearin' a lawman's star. So keepin' order is up to me. Name's Gil Favor, trail boss.

Other Episode Crew

ProducerCharles Marquis Warren
Associate ProducerErnest Nims
CastingRussel Trost
Music EditorJohn Elizalde
Music SupervisorDon B. Ray
Make-upJack Dusick
Set DecoratorRay Jeffers
Director of PhotographyJohn M. Nickolaus, Jr.
Art DirectorJohn B. Goodman
Production ManagementHarry Templeton
Sound MixerLarry Jost
Main Title ThemeDimitri Tiomkin
Main Title Theme Written ByNed Washington
Film EditorJames Baiotto
Assistant DirectorGeorge Templeton
Story ConsultantEndre Bohem
Main Title Theme Performed ByFrankie Laine
Recording SupervisorFranklin Milton
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