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  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Black & White, Color, Full Screen, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Paramount
  • DVD Release Date: June 3, 2014
  • Run Time: 670 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00IP965IO
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #37,128 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Rowdy Yates (Clint Eastwood) is promoted to trail boss as the iconic Western with the classic theme song rides on into the sunset.

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Michael S. Jackson
It's a different Rawhide from the previous seasons for sure, but still a good western television series that beats a lot of the competition.
Midwest Reviewer
These people seem like family to me and I never tire of watching their stories.
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36 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Mulroon on March 10, 2014
With the exception of the episode Duel At Daybreak, this 8th and final season of Rawhide is a lackluster production. New producer Ben Brady fired all the regulars except Rowdy, Quince, and Wishbone, and replaced them with actors who never develop in these 13 episodes. The stories are mostly not up to the standards of the previous 7 seasons, and the sketched credits look like mock ups of ones from The Wild Wild West. By the autumn of 1965, CBS was color casting most of its sitcoms (Gilligan's Island, My Favorite Martian, Petticoat Junction, Hogan's Heroes, etc), so it was a huge oversight not to film Rawhide in color. Rawhide is the 5th longest running western, and the only one in the top 5 never to have had an episode in color.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Midwest Reviewer on June 3, 2014
Fellow Rawhide fans, I just bought Rawhide-The Eighth and Final Season tonight at my local Walmart store for $19.96.

Although I've spent thousands of dollars buying from amazon over the past 15 years, they don't always have the best deal. And they sure didn't on this release, or the two Rawhide Season 7 sets issued earlier this year.

The episodes are in B & W. I'm watching the first episode now on DVD and the clarity is excellent. Although a lot of fans don't like this final (half) season, I have always enjoyed most of the episodes. It's a different Rawhide from the previous seasons for sure, but still a good western television series that beats a lot of the competition. Just look at this final season as bonus episodes filmed without Eric Fleming (who is missed), or even cattle in a few episodes, and you'll enjoy it as a supplement to the other years. Clint Eastwood is still there, and Steve Raines and Paul Brinegar, plus we now have a few new, interesting drovers in Raymond St. Jacques and John Ireland to get to know. They're good actors, mostly good riders too although Ireland looks a little stiff on horseback. St. Jacques fits in perfectly with the veteran cast members from his first appearance, but Ireland never seems comfortable in the role. James Gregory appears in one of the early episodes and would have been a better fit as a regular cast member. Even though it's hit and miss, I still enjoy most of this season's episodes.

Just wanted to post this review so hope you can save some money by checking Walmart or another source if amazon keeps the price too high. Good luck!
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By DJ Joe Sixpack HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on June 4, 2014
"Rawhide: The Eighth And Final Season)
(CBS/Paramount DVD, 2014)
. . . .

The 1965 season of CBS's popular western drama "Rawhide" proved to be the last; the previous year saw the show's original lead actor Eric Fleming, who played "trail boss" Gil Favor, quit the show to pursue a film career, leaving it up to co-star Clint Eastwood to fill the gap. Eastwood was certainly up for the challenge, as he had been slowly stealing focus from Fleming for several years, and in Season Eight his character, Rowdy Yates, officially became the trail boss of the show's never-ending cattle drives.

The change-up gave Eastwood a change to flex his muscles as an actor, and trail boss Yates takes on more of the laconic, icy cool demeanor that Eastwood made his trademark in the Dirty Harry films and beyond. This too-cool attitude doesn't always match up with Yates as we had seen him before: when he was the cattle crew's ramrod, or second in command, Yates was often portrayed as youthful and impetuous, but now that he's the boss, Yates is always cool and collected, an old hand who never makes the wrong play. It's one of several elements that throw the show slightly off-balance, along with several major casting changes.

In addition to losing Eric Fleming, most of the show's cast changed, leaving only Eastwood and a couple of other veterans in the lineup. The new group never quite coheres, although hot-tempered John Ireland and stolid Raymond St. Jacques emerges as capable foils for the new Rowdy Yates. The new cast is joined by numerous guest stars and enjoyable character actors.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By tvdiehard on July 10, 2014
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Eric Fleming was tired of his Gil Favor role and Clint Eastwood took over the reins as Rowdy Yates, trail boss. He is aided by Jed Colby(John Ireland) and Simon Blake (Raymond St. Jacques). The future Man with No Name is seen slightly in Clint's role."Duel at Daybreak" gives us Charles Bronson as the antagonistic gunslinger and "Crossing at White Feather" gives us Johnny Crawford (The Rifleman's son Mark McCain). (So I did buy this set from Amazon.com before I noticed it at Walmart for $19.99. Do I regret it? No.)
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Adelle on July 3, 2014
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Now that I have seen the last of the eight episodes, I have started viewing them over from the first season. These people seem like family to me and I never tire of watching their stories. I have begun lending them to my disabled daughter and she is also hooked! Wonder Western series and it matters not that they are in black and white. Love them all!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By richard a. on September 12, 2014
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it's a great series raw hide final season not as great as all previous seasons because the loss of the late Eric Fleming as Gill Favor the trail boss while watching most of the series gill favor always gave me warm and pleasant feelings
don't get me wrong I'm a Clint Eastwood fan got every film he was ever in
what I like to say is the late Eric Fleming was with out doubt the beast lead actor by far and was shadowed on most dvd covers ? !
I properly belong to last of generations born myself 1959 for this type of show to enjoy to the fullest and others like bonanza ez.........
I rate Raw Hide 5 stars as a complete series 1-8
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