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 Posted:   Jan 19, 2015 - 11:09 PM   
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¶ Episode #25 (S3)
"Incident of the Running Man"
written by David Lang
directed by Justus Addiss
guests: Lloyd Corrigan, Donald Barry, Robert Wilke, Luana Anders, Walter Coy, Pete Mamakos, Pete Adams, Russ Conway, James Anderson, Lew Brown, Robert Donner

It's a thrilling solo Yates episode that plays like a fugitive on the run adventure. In other words, by accident, Yates has the whole world against him. Actor Clint Eastwood displays his typical western persona as the injured Cassandra undergoing the prejudices and the hard disbelief of the people. Yates must prevent a military coup at Camp Henley led by a putschist Lieutenant but Yates ends up with a wanted poster against him and three devious plotters at his tail: two gunslingers and a cunning undertaker who insists to give him the lethal shave. The cast of characters is impressive—from the wounded and threatening deputy sheriff (actor Robert Donner) to the bored housewife (actress Luana Anders) who supports Yates—and the Film Noir photography of John M. Nickolaus Jr intensifies the drama.

Highly recommended!

Parts of this conspiracy scheme will be reworked on three episodes of The Wild Wild West entitled "The Night of the Red-Eyed Madman", "The Night of the Legion of Death" and "The Night of the Pistoleros".



Ramrod Rowdy Yates is hiding in the back of a farmer's wagon • the wife of a rough farmer treats him.

 
 
 Posted:   Jan 28, 2015 - 12:52 PM   
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¶ The last two episodes ("Incident of the Night on the Town" and "Incident of the Wager on Payday") feature the next season's opening titles—that include picture onscreen credits of the four leading men—so therefore you can extrapolate and assert that story editor Endre Bohem take over completely from the very end of season 3.


¶ Episode #30 (S3)
"Incident of the Wager on Payday"
written by Louis Vittes
directed by R.G. Springsteen
guests: Stephen Joyce, Ken Mayer, Kathie Brown, Ford Rainey, Mark Tapscott, Percy Helton, Lurene Tuttle, Charles Watts

It's a "hot" solo Rowdy Yates adventure and the last episode of season 3. The story is focused on fugitive on the run Yates that is falsely-accused of a dual theft (stealing $50,000 from the bank of Kimberly and the cash box of Gil Favor's outfit) and he is tracked down by both sides: the outfit of Gil Favor and the posse of the sheriff from the town of Kimberly. But the real author of these deeds is a naive young man named Sydney Porter, the son of the town's iron banker who planned to make a joke on his father but things turned really wrong: two dead bodies and a scapegoat (Rowdy Yates) ready to be hung at dawn. The wife of actor Darren McGavin, Kathie Brown, plays saloon girl Lily and helps Yates to escape from the sheriff—she kisses him in front of the sheriff's posse and pretends he is her cousin Yancy Yates (sic). After being robbed by two-bit hood Joe Stapp and his naive boss Sydney Porter but only Yates is spotted by Quince, money-less Gil Favor starts a bet on Yates with all the drovers about Yates returning the day after with the cash box.


On the stock music front, the music supervisor tracks Leonard Rosenman's "And When The Sky Was Opened" from "The Twilight Zone".

 
 
 Posted:   Jan 29, 2015 - 2:43 AM   
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¶ Episode #30 (S3)
"Incident of the Wager on Payday"
written by Louis Vittes
directed by R.G. Springsteen
guests: Stephen Joyce, Ken Mayer, Kathie Brown, Ford Rainey, Mark Tapscott, Percy Helton, Lurene Tuttle, Charles Watts

It's a "hot" solo Rowdy Yates adventure and the last episode of season 3. The story is focused on fugitive on the run Yates that is falsely-accused of a dual theft (stealing $50,000 from the bank of Kimberly and the cash box of Gil Favor's outfit) and he is tracked down by both sides: the outfit of Gil Favor and the posse of the sheriff from the town of Kimberly. But the real author of these deeds is a naive young man named Sydney Porter, the son of the town's iron banker who planned to make a joke on his father but things turned really wrong: two dead bodies and a scapegoat (Rowdy Yates) ready to be hung at dawn. The wife of actor Darren McGavin, Kathie Brown, plays saloon girl Lily and helps Yates to escape from the sheriff—she kisses him in front of the sheriff's posse and pretends he is her cousin Yancy Yates (sic). After being robbed by two-bit hood Joe Stapp and his naive boss Sydney Porter but only Yates is spotted by Quince, money-less Gil Favor starts a bet on Yates with all the drovers about Yates returning the day after with the cash box.




Ramrod Rowdy Yates is starring at the sign-post of Kimberly!

 
 
 Posted:   Jan 29, 2015 - 5:30 AM   
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¶ Episode #30 (S3)
"Incident of the Wager on Payday"
written by Louis Vittes
directed by R.G. Springsteen
guests: Stephen Joyce, Ken Mayer, Kathie Brown, Ford Rainey, Mark Tapscott, Percy Helton, Lurene Tuttle, Charles Watts

It's a "hot" solo Rowdy Yates adventure and the last episode of season 3. The story is focused on fugitive on the run Yates that is falsely-accused of a dual theft (stealing $50,000 from the bank of Kimberly and the cash box of Gil Favor's outfit) and he is tracked down by both sides: the outfit of Gil Favor and the posse of the sheriff from the town of Kimberly. But the real author of these deeds is a naive young man named Sydney Porter, the son of the town's iron banker who planned to make a joke on his father but things turned really wrong: two dead bodies and a scapegoat (Rowdy Yates) ready to be hung at dawn. The wife of actor Darren McGavin, Kathie Brown, plays saloon girl Lily and helps Yates to escape from the sheriff—she kisses him in front of the sheriff's posse and pretends he is her cousin Yancy Yates (sic). After being robbed by two-bit hood Joe Stapp and his naive boss Sydney Porter but only Yates is spotted by Quince, money-less Gil Favor starts a bet on Yates with all the drovers about Yates returning the day after with the cash box.




two-bit hood Joe Stapp and naive Sydney Porter against Ramrod Rowdy Yates!

 
 
 Posted:   Jan 29, 2015 - 10:59 AM   
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¶ Episode #30 (S3)
"Incident of the Wager on Payday"
written by Louis Vittes
directed by R.G. Springsteen
guests: Stephen Joyce, Ken Mayer, Kathie Brown, Ford Rainey, Mark Tapscott, Percy Helton, Lurene Tuttle, Charles Watts

It's a "hot" solo Rowdy Yates adventure and the last episode of season 3. The story is focused on fugitive on the run Yates that is falsely-accused of a dual theft (stealing $50,000 from the bank of Kimberly and the cash box of Gil Favor's outfit) and he is tracked down by both sides: the outfit of Gil Favor and the posse of the sheriff from the town of Kimberly. But the real author of these deeds is a naive young man named Sydney Porter, the son of the town's iron banker who planned to make a joke on his father but things turned really wrong: two dead bodies and a scapegoat (Rowdy Yates) ready to be hung at dawn. The wife of actor Darren McGavin, Kathie Brown, plays saloon girl Lily and helps Yates to escape from the sheriff—she kisses him in front of the sheriff's posse and pretends he is her cousin Yancy Yates (sic). After being robbed by two-bit hood Joe Stapp and his naive boss Sydney Porter but only Yates is spotted by Quince, money-less Gil Favor starts a bet on Yates with all the drovers about Yates returning the day after with the cash box.




Portrait of naive Sydney Porter: shooting his partner and passing by Ramrod Rowdy Yates.

 
 
 Posted:   Jan 29, 2015 - 11:02 AM   
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¶ Episode #30 (S3)
"Incident of the Wager on Payday"
written by Louis Vittes
directed by R.G. Springsteen
guests: Stephen Joyce, Ken Mayer, Kathie Brown, Ford Rainey, Mark Tapscott, Percy Helton, Lurene Tuttle, Charles Watts

It's a "hot" solo Rowdy Yates adventure and the last episode of season 3. The story is focused on fugitive on the run Yates that is falsely-accused of a dual theft (stealing $50,000 from the bank of Kimberly and the cash box of Gil Favor's outfit) and he is tracked down by both sides: the outfit of Gil Favor and the posse of the sheriff from the town of Kimberly. But the real author of these deeds is a naive young man named Sydney Porter, the son of the town's iron banker who planned to make a joke on his father but things turned really wrong: two dead bodies and a scapegoat (Rowdy Yates) ready to be hung at dawn. The wife of actor Darren McGavin, Kathie Brown, plays saloon girl Lily and helps Yates to escape from the sheriff—she kisses him in front of the sheriff's posse and pretends he is her cousin Yancy Yates (sic). After being robbed by two-bit hood Joe Stapp and his naive boss Sydney Porter but only Yates is spotted by Quince, money-less Gil Favor starts a bet on Yates with all the drovers about Yates returning the day after with the cash box.




Ramrod Rowdy Yates is reading the amount of money from the bank's sign-post.

 
 
 Posted:   Jan 29, 2015 - 11:06 PM   
 By:   (Member)   (Member)

¶ Episode #30 (S3)
"Incident of the Wager on Payday"
written by Louis Vittes
directed by R.G. Springsteen
guests: Stephen Joyce, Ken Mayer, Kathie Brown, Ford Rainey, Mark Tapscott, Percy Helton, Lurene Tuttle, Charles Watts

It's a "hot" solo Rowdy Yates adventure and the last episode of season 3. The story is focused on fugitive on the run Yates that is falsely-accused of a dual theft (stealing $50,000 from the bank of Kimberly and the cash box of Gil Favor's outfit) and he is tracked down by both sides: the outfit of Gil Favor and the posse of the sheriff from the town of Kimberly. But the real author of these deeds is a naive young man named Sydney Porter, the son of the town's iron banker who planned to make a joke on his father but things turned really wrong: two dead bodies and a scapegoat (Rowdy Yates) ready to be hung at dawn. The wife of actor Darren McGavin, Kathie Brown, plays saloon girl Lily and helps Yates to escape from the sheriff—she kisses him in front of the sheriff's posse and pretends he is her cousin Yancy Yates (sic). After being robbed by two-bit hood Joe Stapp and his naive boss Sydney Porter but only Yates is spotted by Quince, money-less Gil Favor starts a bet on Yates with all the drovers about Yates returning the day after with the cash box.




The sheriff and his posse suspect Yates at the saloon • Ramrod Rowdy Yates is sipping his whiskey and looks back at them.

 
 
 Posted:   Jan 30, 2015 - 3:17 AM   
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¶ Episode #30 (S3)
"Incident of the Wager on Payday"
written by Louis Vittes
directed by R.G. Springsteen
guests: Stephen Joyce, Ken Mayer, Kathie Brown, Ford Rainey, Mark Tapscott, Percy Helton, Lurene Tuttle, Charles Watts

It's a "hot" solo Rowdy Yates adventure and the last episode of season 3. The story is focused on fugitive on the run Yates that is falsely-accused of a dual theft (stealing $50,000 from the bank of Kimberly and the cash box of Gil Favor's outfit) and he is tracked down by both sides: the outfit of Gil Favor and the posse of the sheriff from the town of Kimberly. But the real author of these deeds is a naive young man named Sydney Porter, the son of the town's iron banker who planned to make a joke on his father but things turned really wrong: two dead bodies and a scapegoat (Rowdy Yates) ready to be hung at dawn. The wife of actor Darren McGavin, Kathie Brown, plays saloon girl Lily and helps Yates to escape from the sheriff—she kisses him in front of the sheriff's posse and pretends he is her cousin Yancy Yates (sic). After being robbed by two-bit hood Joe Stapp and his naive boss Sydney Porter but only Yates is spotted by Quince, money-less Gil Favor starts a bet on Yates with all the drovers about Yates returning the day after with the cash box.




Ramrod Rowdy Yates is kissing saloon girl Lily while watching the posse.

 
 
 Posted:   Jan 30, 2015 - 5:50 AM   
 By:   (Member)   (Member)

¶ Episode #30 (S3)
"Incident of the Wager on Payday"
written by Louis Vittes
directed by R.G. Springsteen
guests: Stephen Joyce, Ken Mayer, Kathie Brown, Ford Rainey, Mark Tapscott, Percy Helton, Lurene Tuttle, Charles Watts

It's a "hot" solo Rowdy Yates adventure and the last episode of season 3. The story is focused on fugitive on the run Yates that is falsely-accused of a dual theft (stealing $50,000 from the bank of Kimberly and the cash box of Gil Favor's outfit) and he is tracked down by both sides: the outfit of Gil Favor and the posse of the sheriff from the town of Kimberly. But the real author of these deeds is a naive young man named Sydney Porter, the son of the town's iron banker who planned to make a joke on his father but things turned really wrong: two dead bodies and a scapegoat (Rowdy Yates) ready to be hung at dawn. The wife of actor Darren McGavin, Kathie Brown, plays saloon girl Lily and helps Yates to escape from the sheriff—she kisses him in front of the sheriff's posse and pretends he is her cousin Yancy Yates (sic). After being robbed by two-bit hood Joe Stapp and his naive boss Sydney Porter but only Yates is spotted by Quince, money-less Gil Favor starts a bet on Yates with all the drovers about Yates returning the day after with the cash box.




A drunk saloon customer drops the stolen money from the saddlebag by accident while Ramrod Rowdy Yates is witnessing the clumsiness in front of the sheriff.

 
 
 Posted:   Jan 30, 2015 - 5:57 AM   
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¶ I finished up my season 3 set and I just started the premiere episode of season 2.
Season 2 shows no opening credits for the leading actors.
The production team is identical to season 3 except for one nuance:
story editor Endre Bohem has no "associate producer" credits.
It means he has less control over the overall leaning.

 
 
 Posted:   Jan 31, 2015 - 1:09 AM   
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RAWHIDE SEASON 2

¶ Episode #1 (S2)
"Incident of the Day of the Dead"
written by David Victor and Herbert Little, Jr.
directed by Stuart Heisler
guests: Viveca Lindfors, Alexander Scourby, Nancy Hadley, Ron Soble, Carlos Romero, Helen Westcott

Find the season premiere and a good solo Rowdy Yates episode. The voice-over opening narration is told by actor Clint Eastwood. The drama starts with Yates going to town to get the mail and who saves Mexican proprietor Luisa Esquivel from a wild horse escaping from a blacksmith. Goyo, the aide of the noble lady, goes ask Yates to come to the Rancho to break a wild stallion in order to erase his gambling debt. But the real drama starts with the crippled daughter and, above all, the husband of the noble lady plotting a revolutionary coup with the peasants of leader Tovar and supporting the policy of Juarez.

 
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