A Man Called Mushy is the fifth episode of the seventh season of Rawhide. It first aired on October 23, 1964.
At trails end, Mushy is embarrassed and denounced by Favor for being conned out of the drive's wagons and supplies by a band of Gypsies. Dejected, Mushy wanders off alone in the desert to be followed by Favor and Rowdy. - Source: IMDb.com
- John Hubbard as Smitty
- John McLiam as Bartender
- Jonathan Kidd as Seth Parker
- Michael Pataki as Anselmo
- Dawn Little Sky as Squaw
Crew (and other credits)Edit
- Produced by: Bernard L. Kowalski and Bruce Geller
- Written by: John Mantley
- Directed by: Michael O'Herlihy
- Rawhide Theme Created and Composed by: Dimitri Tiomkin
- Lyrics by: Ned Washington
- Recorded by: Frankie Laine
- Associate Producer: Del Reisman
- Director of Photography: Howard Schwartz, A.S.C.
- Unit Production Manager: Harry Templeton
- Music Composed by: Rudy Schrager
- Music Supervised and Conducted by: Herschel Burke Gilbert
- Art Director: John B. Goodman
- Set Decorator: Donald E. Webb
- Assistant Director: Lee H. Katzin
- Film Editor: George Watters
- Music Editor: Gene Feldman
- Sound Effects: Gene Eliot, M.P.S.E.
- Property Master: Anthony Bavero
- Make-up: Don Schoenfeld
- Casting: James Lister
"A CBS Television Network Production | Filmed at CBS Studio Center, Studio City, California"