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Rawhide: The Deserters' Patrol

Favor and Pete temporarily enlist in the Army in order to exchange a Native American chief for six soldiers being held by the Native Americans. Unfortunately, the six soldiers happen to be deserters.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 4x18
Production Number: 3020
Airdate: Friday February 09th, 1962

Guest Stars
Jock GaynorJock Gaynor
As Ogalla
Don MegowanDon Megowan
As Corporal Cochran
Russell ArmsRussell Arms
As Marshall
Russ ConwayRuss Conway
As Colonel Hiller
Edward FaulknerEdward Faulkner
As Rutledge (as Ed Faulkner)
Eugene MartinEugene Martin
As Acoma
Hal NeedhamHal Needham
As Corporal Williams
Bob DugganBob Duggan
As Sgt. Regan
Harry Carey, Jr.Harry Carey, Jr.
As Walsh
Robert DixRobert Dix
As Kano
Dan StaffordDan Stafford
As Henderson
Conlan CarterConlan Carter
As Baines
William WhiteWilliam White
As Davis (as Will J. White)
Barnaby HaleBarnaby Hale
As Sentry
Main Cast
Eric FlemingEric Fleming
As Gil Favor
Sheb WooleySheb Wooley
As Pete Nolan
James MurdockJames Murdock
As Harkness "Mushy" Mushgrove
Steve RainesSteve Raines
As Jim Quince
Rocky ShahanRocky Shahan
As Joe Scarlet
Episode Notes
This episode marked the final appearance of Sheb Wooley as a show regular although he would return for guest appearances later this season and for nine episodes during Season 7.

Clint Eastwood, Paul Brinegar, and Robert Cabal do not appear in this episode.

Other Episode Crew

ProducerEndre Bohem
Associate ProducerMel Epstein
CastingRussel Trost
Music SupervisorDon B. Ray
Set DecoratorBudd S. Friend
Director of PhotographyJack Swain
Art DirectorJohn B. Goodman  |  George W. Davis
Production ManagementHarry Templeton
Sound MixerFred Faust
Main Title ThemeDimitri Tiomkin
Main Title Theme Written ByNed Washington
Film EditorJames Baiotto
Assistant DirectorJack Voglin
Story ConsultantLou Morheim
Main Title Theme Performed ByFrankie Laine
Recording SupervisorFranklin Milton
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