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Rawhide is a hide or animal skin that has not been tanned.
Rawhide may also refer to:
- Rawhide (1938 film), a Western starring baseball player Lou Gehrig
- Rawhide (1951 film), a Western starring Tyrone Power and Susan Hayward
- "Rawhide" (song), a 1958 Western song originally recorded by Frankie Laine
- Rawhide (TV series), a Western television series featuring Eric Fleming and Clint Eastwood, which ran 1959-1965
- Rawhide (2003 film), an adults-only video directed by Nicholas Steele starring Carmen Luvana, Velvet Rose, Taylor Rain, Natalia Wood, Evan Stone, Randy Spears and Kaylani Lei
- Rawhide Clyde, a character from the animated cartoon Crazy Claws from the 1981 series The Kwicky Koala Show
- Rawhide Kid, a fictional cowboy in the Marvel Comics universe introduced in 1955
- Secret Service codename of President Ronald Reagan
- James Douglas, Jr. (1867–1949), known as "Rawhide Jimmy", Canadian-American businessman and mining executive
- Jim Tabor (1916-1953), American Major League Baseball player nicknamed "Rawhide"
Places in the United States
- Rawhide, California, an unincorporated community
- Rawhide, Nevada, a former town
- Rawhide, Virginia, an unincorporated community
- Rawhide Mountains, Arizona
- Rawhide Buttes, Wyoming
- Rawhide Creek, Nebraska
- Rawhide Mine, a coal mine in Wyoming
- Rawhide (computing), a development version of the Fedora computer operating system
- VRC-40, a United States Navy fleet logistics support squadron also known as "the Rawhides"
- Walla Walla and Columbia River Railroad, also known as the Rawhide Railroad, a defunct railroad in the state of Washington
- Visalia Rawhide, an American minor league baseball team
- Rawhide 2010, a gay bar in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
- Rawhide Boys Ranch, an at risk youth program provider in New London, Wisconsin, USA
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