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Rawhide (TV Series 1959–1965) Poster

(1959–1965)

Trivia

The full names for Wishbone and Mushy are George Washington Wishbone and Harkness Mushgrove III.
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Clint Eastwood was 28 when the series began, although his character was supposed to be 19.
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Eric Fleming (I) ("Gil Favor") drowned in Peru while filming a movie. He was 41.
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Although Eric Fleming was the show's star, recently issued DVD packages prominently feature Clint Eastwood due to his later fame.
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Clint Eastwood uses the same gun and wears the same boots as in his"spaghetti westerns Per un pugno di dollari (1964), Per qualche dollaro in più (1965) and Il buono, il brutto, il cattivo (1966), H Her also wears those same boots in Unforgiven (1992).
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Eric Fleming (I)'s face was smashed by a 200-pound steel block while he was in the navy, and it was reconstructed by plastic surgery.
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The Mexican helper was named "Hey Soos". The actual spelling of his name is "Jesus", which, in Spanish, is pronounced "hey soos". There would have been letters of outrage if the character was named "Jesus".
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The theme for the show was performed in The Blues Brothers (1980).
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Clint Eastwood ("Rowdy Yates") and George Kennedy (I) ("George Wales") starred in Thunderbolt and Lightfoot (1974) and The Eiger Sanction (1975).
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