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Honest and hard-working Texas rancher Homer Bannon has a conflict with his unscrupulous, selfish, arrogant and egotistical son Hud, who sank into alcoholism after accidentally killing his... See more »

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  • Won 3 Oscars. Another 12 wins & 17 nominations.
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Hud Bannon
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Homer Bannon
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Alma Brown
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Lonnie Bannon (as Brandon de Wilde)
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Mr. Burris
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Jesse
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Hermy
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Jose
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Joe Scanlon
Curt Conway ...
Truman Peters
Sheldon Allman ...
Mr. Thompson
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Mr. Larker
Carl Low ...
Mr. Kirby
Robert Hinkle ...
Rodeo Announcer Frank
Don Kennedy ...
Charlie Tucker
Sharyn Hillyer ...
Myra (as Sharon Hillyer)
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Lily Peters
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Warren Anderson ...
Proprietor Sweeping Glass (uncredited)
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George (uncredited)
Elmer Wayne Brown ...
Cowboy (uncredited)
Nino Candido ...
Patron (uncredited)
George Goforth ...
Cowboy (uncredited)
Dennis Hedlund ...
Patron in Cafe (uncredited)
John Indrisano ...
Barroom Brawler (uncredited)
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Donald (uncredited)
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Dumb Billy (uncredited)
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Cowboy (uncredited)
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Man in Greased Pig Sequence (uncredited)
John Quijada ...
Cowboy (uncredited)

Directed by

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Martin Ritt

Written by

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Irving Ravetch ... (screenplay) and
Harriet Frank Jr. ... (screenplay)
 
Larry McMurtry ... (from a novel by)

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Irving Ravetch ... producer
Martin Ritt ... producer

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Elmer Bernstein ... (music scored by)

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James Wong Howe ... director of photography

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Frank Bracht ... (edited by)

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Tambi Larsen
Hal Pereira

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Robert R. Benton ... (as Robert Benton)
Sam Comer

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Edith Head ... (costumes)

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Nellie Manley ... hair style supervisor
Wally Westmore ... makeup supervisor

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Lloyd Anderson ... unit production manager (uncredited)
Andrew J. Durkus ... unit production manager (uncredited)

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Charles C. Coleman ... assistant director (as C.C. Coleman Jr.)

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John R. Carter ... sound recordist (as John Carter)
John Wilkinson ... sound recordist

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Farciot Edouart ... process photography
Paul K. Lerpae ... special photographic effects

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Rex Wimpy ... second unit photography
Carl Manoogian ... key grip (uncredited)

Music Department

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Robert Bain ... musician: guitar (uncredited)
Elmer Bernstein ... conductor (uncredited)
Noel Boggs ... musician: guitar (uncredited)
Dudley Brooks ... musician: piano (uncredited)
Glen Campbell ... musician: guitar (uncredited)
Don Cristlieb ... musician: bassoon (uncredited)
Don Fagerquist ... musician: trumpet (uncredited)
Justin Gordon ... musician: saxophone (uncredited)
Jimmie Haskell ... conductor (uncredited)
Harold Hensley ... musician: violin (uncredited)
Armand Kaproff ... musician: cello (uncredited)
William Kraft ... composer: trailer (uncredited)
Lew McCreary ... musician: trombone (uncredited)
Richard Nash ... musician: trombone (uncredited)
Earl Palmer ... musician: drums (uncredited)
Howard Roberts ... musician: guitar (uncredited)
Gale Robinson ... musician: french horn (uncredited)
Johnny Rotella ... musician: saxophone (uncredited)
Martin Ruderman ... musician: flute (uncredited)
Billy Strange ... musician: guitar (uncredited)
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Plot Summary

Hud Bannon is a ruthless young man who tarnishes everything and everyone he touches. Hud represents the perfect embodiment of alienated youth, out for kicks with no regard for the consequences. There is bitter conflict between the callous Hud and his stern and highly principled father, Homer. Hud's nephew Lon admires Hud's cheating ways, though he soon becomes aware of Hud's reckless amorality to bear him anymore. In the world of the takers and the taken, Hud is a winner. He's a cheat, but, he explains "I always say the law was meant to be interpreted in a lenient manner." Written by alfiehitchie

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Also Known As
  • Le plus sauvage d'entre tous (France)
  • Hud, el más salvaje entre mil (Spain)
  • Hud il selvaggio (Italy)
  • Villstyringen Hud (Norway)
  • Hud -Västens rebell (Finland, Swedish title)
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  • 112 min
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Budget $2,500,000 (estimated)

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Trivia Patricia Neal is only in the movie for 21 minutes and 51 seconds, making her performance both the shortest to win a Best Actress Oscar and the shortest to win in a leading category. See more »
Goofs When Hud leaves the married woman's house, he puts on his boots and his pants are tucked into the boots. The next time you see him, his pants are outside of his boots. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in The 40th Annual Academy Awards (1968). See more »
Soundtracks The Great Titanic (It Was Sad When That Great Ship Went Down) See more »
Quotes Homer Bannon: Little by little the look of the country changes because of the men we admire. You're just going to have to make up your own mind one day about what's right and wrong.
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