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Hud

Thursday, May 26, 2022, 7:30 p.m., Dryden Theatre

(Martin Ritt, US 1963, 112 min., DCP)

In one of his signature anti-hero roles, Paul Newman is the title character, a womanizing, self-absorbed son of a Texas cattle rancher (Melvyn Douglas) who destroys his family’s business just as coolly as he seduces the devoted family maid (Patricia Neal, in an Oscar-winning performance). Ritt’s unsentimental direction, James Wong Howe’s marvelous cinematography, and a peerless cast make undeniably compelling material out of Larry McMurtry’s bleak novel Horseman, Pass By

 

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Asian Americans in Hollywood: James Wong Howe In one of his signature anti-hero roles, Paul Newman is the title character, a womanizing, self-absorbed son of a Texas cattle rancher (Melvyn Douglas) who destroys his family’s business just as coolly as he seduces the devoted family maid (Patricia Neal, in an Oscar-winning performance).

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