Hud - (Re-issue Trailer)
Patricia Neal and Melvyn Douglas both won Academy Awards for their performances in Hud (1963) starring Paul Newman.
Hud (1962) -- (Movie Clip) How About Some Colored Beads And Wampum?
Ever more cynical, Paul Newman as the title character, heir to his father's troubled Texas cattle ranch, has another candid conversation with his fathers housekeeper Alma (Patricia Neal, in her Best Actress Academy Award-winning role), Martin Ritt directing from the Larry McMurtry novel, in Hud, 1962.
Hud (1962) -- (Movie Clip) You're An Unprincipled Man
Having just heard from the state authorities that their cattle ranch may need to be quarantined due to a risk of foot-and-mouth disease, Paul Newman (title character) tangles with his father (Melvyn Douglas), the main owner, his nephew (Brandon De Wilde) trying to be neutral, in Hud, 1962.
Hud (1962) -- (Movie Clip) You Can Charge A Stud Fee
We follow Brandon De Wilde as Lonnie searching a Texas Panhandle town (director Martin Ritt shooting on location in Vernon, Texas) for his uncle, the notorious womanizer, the title character (Paul Newman), unhappy at being found, and encountering a jealous husband (George Petrie), opening director Martin Ritts Hud, 1962.
Hud (1962) -- (Movie Clip) Watch That Cigarette Ash
Martin Ritt directs his first scene with two Academy Award winners, as grumpy Paul Newman (title character) and nephew Lonnie (Brandon De Wilde) join father Homer (Melvyn Douglas, Best Supporting Actor) and his housekeeper Alma (Patricia Neal, Best Actress), over an issue at the family cattle ranch, early in Hud, 1962.