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I just came across these wonderful and rarely seen photos of Paul Brinegar, Eric Fleming and Clint Eastwood with sculptor Pamela Smith Simpson during a July 1964 modelling session for the sculptures seen in the Rawhide season 7 opening credits for fall 1964...the artist herself passed away in 2017, but the bronze sculptures are still in the family's possession today.






To see more on this artist and to see the original purchase order from Pacific Title and Art Studio, who did the titles sequence for Rawhide and numerous other TV shows and movies, check out this article:http://www.consumergrouch.com/?p=84...aB0AJk_qJ3mA2StmBSVw5vArVS02Mx78vxxy9m3_780Og
 

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Rawhide publicity photos, originally shot in color, but most often seen only in B+W...

Bobby Troup with his wife Julie London and Eric fleming in season three's Incident at Rojo Canyon (Sept. 30, 1960)...




Susan Oliver and Jack Lord in S3's Incident of his Brother's Keeper (March 31, 1961)...some unfortunate color shift on Susan's lovely face...


Paul Brinegar in S3's Incident of the Night on the Town (June 2, 1961)...


Clint Eastwood goofing around during the same photo shoot...


A selection of publicity photos with Clint's new cast for the final season...


Raymond St. Jacques...







David Watson...


The great Rip Torn with Paul Brinegar in S8's Escort to Fort Doom (Oct. 12, 1965)...


On the trail at Nogales AZ...used on the cover of CBS' season one release way back in 2006...
 

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Yes, thanks for posting those wonderful photos, Randall (especially of Julie London)...great stuff! The photos portray very clearly why this was such a memorable western...pretty much all of the shots were taken in the great outdoors! So much terrific location shooting in Rawhide...especially in the early seasons.
 

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These color photos are a treat to see. Too bad the show didn’t get a season or two in color.
Yes, thanks for posting those wonderful photos, Randall (especially of Julie London)...great stuff! The photos portray very clearly why this was such a memorable western...pretty much all of the shots were taken in the great outdoors! So much terrific location shooting in Rawhide...especially in the early seasons.
I second your statements.
 

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Just watched a terrific S1 Rawhide episode this very afternoon: "Incident with an Executioner," with Dan Duryea as a notorious killer-for-hire stalking the passengers of a wrecked stagecoach who are riding along with the drovers. Of course, good ol' Gil Favor sorts him out in the end. Besides Duryea, the exceptional supporting cast included James Drury, Martin Milner, Marguerite Chapman, William Schallert and Jan Shepard.
 
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