Texas Fever is the eighteenth episode of the seventh season of Rawhide. It first aired on February 5, 1965.
Pete Nolan, who'd been out scouting for the Army for the last couple of years, is back working for Favor, only to find himself falsely accused of rustling and murder. The local sheriff and some cattlemen, who've been victimized by the rustlers, are too willing to hang him quickly without any real trial. Favor and Rowdy try to find the real rustlers and save Pete from the gallows, though the trail may lead too close to a friendly rancher Favor respects. - Source: IMDb.com
- Eric Fleming as Gil Favor
- Clint Eastwood as Rowdy Yates
- Paul Brinegar as Wishbone
- Sheb Wooley as Pete Nolan
- James Murdock as Mushy
- Steve Raines as Jim Quince
- Rocky Shahan as Joe Scarlet
- Robert Cabal as Hey Soos
- Royal Dano as Sam Wentworth
- Judi Meredith as Kate Wentworth
- Frank Maxwell as Avery
- Christopher Dark as Bud Grady
- Douglas Kennedy as Maxey
Crew (and other credits)Edit
- Associate Producer: Robert L. Friend
- Rawhide Theme Created and Composed by: Dimitri Tiomkin
- Lyrics by: Ned Washington
- Recorded by: Frankie Laine
- Director of Photography: Howard Schwartz, A.S.C.
- Unit Production Manager: Harry Templeton
- Art Director: John B. Goodman
- Set Decorator: Donald E. Webb
- Story Assistant: Sonia Chernus
- Assistant Director: Lee Lukather
- Film Editor: Gene Fowler, Jr., A.C.E.
- 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"