Lusty Men, The - (Re-issue Trailer)
A faded rodeo star mentors a younger rider but falls for his wife in The Lusty Men (1952), directed by Nicholas Ray and starring Robert Mitchum.
Lusty Men, The (1952) - Different Kind Of Buzz
Ranch cow-hand and rodeo fanatic Wes (Arthur Kennedy) and wife Louise (Susan Hayward) are entertaining their new friend, has-been rodeo rider Jeff McCloud (Robert Mitchum), whos just been hired on, in Nicholas Ray's The Lusty Men, 1952.
Lusty Men, The (1952) - Found You In A Tamale Joint
Fiery Louise (Susan Hayward) decides to visit ex-rodeo rider Jeff (Robert Mitchum), wrongly convinced that hes behind her husbands decision to quit the ranch where they both work and take up rodeo riding, to earn the money to buy a house, in Nicholas Rays The Lusty Men, 1952.
Lusty Men, The (1952) - Wildest Show On Earth
Incorporating some genuine rodeo footage, director Nicholas Ray and photographer Lee Garmes create the lonesome opening for Robert Mitchum (as cowboy "Jeff McCloud") in one of his most comfortable roles, in The Lusty Men, 1952, also starring Susan Hayward and Arthur Kennedy.
Dave Karger Intro -- The Lusty Men (1952)
TCMs Dave Karger introduces The Lusty Men, 1952.
Lusty Men, The (1952) - Strong Back And A Weak Mind
Somewhat washed-up rodeo rider Jeff McCloud (Robert Mitchum) has dropped by the house where he grew up, meeting geezer Jeremiah (Burt Mustin), when ranch hand Wes and wife Louise (Arthur Kennedy, Susan Hayward), who want to buy the place, turn up, in Nicholas Ray's The Lusty Men, 1952.