Rawhide

Season 1 Episode 20

Incident of the Judas Trap

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Aired Friday 8:00 PM Jun 05, 1959 on CBS
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Incident of the Judas Trap
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With wolves threatening the herd, Pete is sent to town to get a wolver and traps. None are available, but he meets his old flame, Nora Sage. She is later found strangled in her room. Brad Morgan, Medrina Wilcox's foreman also came to see her. Medrina has a herd but only one man. They pool herds. Brad was a wolver, and directs Favor's men in placing the traps. Brad toys with the affections of Nora, Medrina and her sister Paula. Favor lets the sheriff take Pete, but says he needs Morgan.moreless

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    Raymond St. Jacques

    Raymond St. Jacques

    Simon Blake (9-14-65)

    Ron Foster

    Ron Foster

    Bill Rudd

    Clint Eastwood

    Clint Eastwood

    Rowdy Yates (1959 - 1966)

    Charles Gray

    Charles Gray

    Clay Forrester, Scout (11-03-61)

    Paul Brinegar

    Paul Brinegar

    G. W. Wishbone, Cook (George Washington)

    David Watson

    David Watson

    Ian Cabot (9-14-65)

    Nina Foch

    Nina Foch

    Medrina Wilcox

    Guest Star

    Gerald Mohr

    Gerald Mohr

    Brad Morgan

    Guest Star

    Jane Nigh

    Jane Nigh

    Paula Wilcox

    Guest Star

    Hugh Sanders (I)

    Hugh Sanders (I)

    Marshal McVie

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • This episode of Rawhide is unusual, perhaps unique, in that the director chose to film the baddie, Brad Morgan (Gerald Mohr), in the "film noir" style of production. For the darker kind of story that it was, this proved to be very effective. Mohr appeared in a number of "films noir" during the 1940s and 1950s, including Gilda, Undercover Girl, and Terror in the Haunted House.

    • QUOTES (1)

      • Gil Favor: A human bein' can take a lot of punishment. You find that out real quick when you drive cattle. You head along a thousand miles of dust, you cuss the day that man ever decided to eat beef. We're tryin' to bring it to the market: Sedalia, Missouri. We don't always like what we have to do to get there. But that's part of my job. My name's Gil Favor, trail boss.

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