Hud | Chicago Reader


Paul Newman in his first ascendancy (1963), as the favorite antihero of the Kennedy era. Martin Ritt directed, putting a little too much dust in the dust bowl for my taste. With an Oscar-winning Patricia Neal, an impressionable Brandon de Wilde, and a stern Melvyn Douglas. Adapted by Irving Ravetch and Harriet Frank from Larry McMurtry's novel Horseman Pass By, with cinematography by James Wong Howe.


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