Rawhide

Incident of the Valley in Shadow

Season 2, Ep 10, Aired 11/20/59
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  • Episode Description
  • Pete has been gone two days. Rowdy has been out looking for him. Pete returns and says there is 80 to 100 Cheyenne ahead. Pete jumps Dagget, a man Favor hired Pete says he's a bounty hunter. Another bounty hunter teams up with Dagget. He shows him an $8000 reward for Nancy Curtis a girl captured by the Indians. Someone posts the reward poster on the chuck wagon. Favor checks on twelve missing steers. He meets Manso, Cheyenne chief whose come to pay for them. Manso leaves and is captured by Dagget. Favor has him released. Favor takes an arrow in the shoulder. He is taken to Manso's camp. There is blonde haired, fair skin Winoka. She shows Favor a locket with "NC" on it. Favor is determined to return her to her birth family. Manso says she is Cheyenne now.moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Ron Foster

    Bill Rudd

  • Clint Eastwood

    Rowdy Yates (1959 - 1966)

  • Paul Brinegar

    G. W. Wishbone, Cook (George Washington)

  • Sheb Wooley

    Pete Nolan, Scout

  • Steve Raines

    Jim Quince

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (1)

    • 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.

    Trivia (2)

    • This is the only time John Cole is credited with the role of Houk, a bounty hunter, 72 other appearances he was known as Bailey, and twice he played Indians, for a total of 75 Rawhide appearances.

    • 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'.

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