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Hud (28-May-1963)

Director: Martin Ritt

Writers: Irving Ravetch; Harriet Frank, Jr.

From novel: Horseman, Pass By by Larry McMurtry

Music Scored by: Elmer Bernstein

Producers: Martin Ritt; Irving Ravetch

Keywords: Western, Texas

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
John Ashley
Actor
25-Dec-1934 3-Oct-1997 Beach Blanket Bingo
Val Avery
Actor
14-Jul-1924 12-Dec-2009 The Anderson Tapes
Whit Bissell
Actor
25-Oct-1909 5-Mar-1996 The Time Tunnel
Brandon De Wilde
Actor
9-Apr-1942 6-Jul-1972 Shane! Come back!
Melvyn Douglas
Actor
5-Apr-1901 4-Aug-1981 Being There
Patricia Neal
Actor
20-Jan-1926 8-Aug-2010 The Day the Earth Stood Still
Paul Newman
Actor
26-Jan-1925 26-Sep-2008 Salad dressing magnate
George O. Petrie
Actor
16-Nov-1912 16-Nov-1997 Harv Smithfield on Dallas
Yvette Vickers
Actor
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CAST

Paul Newman   ...   Hud Bannon
Co-Starring
Melvyn Douglas   ...   Homer Bannon
Patricia Neal   ...   Alma Brown
Brandon De Wilde   ...   Lonnie Bannon
with
Whit Bissell   ...   Burris
Crahan Denton   ...   Jesse
John Ashley   ...   Hermy
Val Avery   ...   Jose
George Petrie   ...   Joe Scanlon
Curt Conway   ...   Truman Peters
Sheldon Allman   ...   Thompson
Pitt Herbert   ...   Larker
Carl Low   ...   Kirby
Robert Hinkle   ...   Announcer
Don Kennedy   ...   Charlie Tucker
Sharon Hillyer   ...   Myra
Yvette Vickers   ...   Lily Peters

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