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The film centers around a family of cattle ranchers in the Texas Panhandle. Homer Bannon (Douglas), the aging patriarch, lives with his headstrong, rebellious son Hud (Newman) and his guileless teenaged grandson Lonnie, who's the son of Hud's deceased brother. Also present is the Bannons' world-weary live-in housekeeper, Alma (Neal).

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The film centers around a family of cattle ranchers in the Texas Panhandle. Homer Bannon (Douglas), the aging patriarch, lives with his headstrong, rebellious son Hud (Newman) and his guileless teenaged grandson Lonnie, Lonnie (Brandon de Wilde), who's the son of Hud's deceased brother. Also present is the Bannons' world-weary live-in housekeeper, Alma (Neal).


The Bannons are cattle ranchers in the Texas Panhandle, headed by the aging patriarch Homer Bannon (Douglas), who lives with his headstrong, rebellious son Hud (Newman) and his guileless teenaged grandson Lonnie, who's the son of Hud's deceased brother. Also present is the Bannons' live-in maid, Alma (Neal).

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The Bannons are film centers around a family of cattle ranchers in the Texas Panhandle, headed by the aging patriarch Panhandle. Homer Bannon (Douglas), who the aging patriarch, lives with his headstrong, rebellious son Hud (Newman) and his guileless teenaged grandson Lonnie, who's the son of Hud's deceased brother. Also present is the Bannons' world-weary live-in maid, housekeeper, Alma (Neal).


The Bannons are cattle ranchers in the Texas Panhandle, headed by aging patriarch Homer Bannon (Douglas), who lives with his headstrong, rebellious son Hud (Newman) and his guileless teenaged grandson Lonnie, who's the son of Hud's deceased brother. Also present is the Bannons' live-in maid, Alma (Neal).

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The Bannons are cattle ranchers in the Texas Panhandle, headed by the aging patriarch Homer Bannon (Douglas), who lives with his headstrong, rebellious son Hud (Newman) and his guileless teenaged grandson Lonnie, who's the son of Hud's deceased brother. Also present is the Bannons' live-in maid, Alma (Neal).


The Bannons are cattle ranchers in the Texas Panhandle, headed by patriarch Homer Bannon (Douglas), who lives with his headstrong, rebellious son Hud (Newman) and his guileless teenaged grandson Lonnie, who's the son of Hud's deceased brother. Also present is the Bannons' live-in maid, Alma (Neal).

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The Bannons are cattle ranchers in the Texas Panhandle, headed by aging patriarch Homer Bannon (Douglas), who lives with his headstrong, rebellious son Hud (Newman) and his guileless teenaged grandson Lonnie, who's the son of Hud's deceased brother. Also present is the Bannons' live-in maid, Alma (Neal).


The Bannons are cattle ranchers in the Texas Panhandle, headed by patriarch Homer Bannon (Douglas), who lives with his headstrong, rebellious son Hud (Newman) and his young, guileless teenaged grandson (and Hud's nephew) Lonnie. Also present is the Bannons' live-in maid, Alma (Neal).

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The Bannons are cattle ranchers in the Texas Panhandle, headed by patriarch Homer Bannon (Douglas), who lives with his headstrong, rebellious son Hud (Newman) and his young, guileless teenaged grandson (and Lonnie, who's the son of Hud's nephew) Lonnie.deceased brother. Also present is the Bannons' live-in maid, Alma (Neal).


''Hud'' is a 1963 film directed by Martin Ritt, starring Creator/PaulNewman, Patricia Neal, and Creator/MelvynDouglas. It is based on the novel ''Horseman, Pass By'' by Larry [=McMurtry=].

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''Hud'' is a 1963 drama film directed by Martin Ritt, starring Creator/PaulNewman, Patricia Neal, and Creator/MelvynDouglas. It is based on the novel ''Horseman, Pass By'' by Larry [=McMurtry=].



''Hud'' did not get an UsefulNotes/AcademyAward nomination for best picture, but pretty much everyone involved in the crew and cast got nominated, with Neal and Douglas winning for Best Actress and Best Supporting Actor. Lonnie is played by Brandon [=deWilde=], who as a child actor starred in another classic Western, ''Film/{{Shane}}''.

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''Hud'' did not get an UsefulNotes/AcademyAward nomination for best picture, Best Picture, but pretty much everyone involved in the crew and cast got nominated, with Neal and Douglas winning for Best Actress and Best Supporting Actor. Lonnie is played by Brandon [=deWilde=], who as a child actor starred in another the classic Western, Western ''Film/{{Shane}}''.


''Hud'' is a 1963 film directed by Martin Ritt, starring Creator/PaulNewman, Patricia Neal, and Melvyn Douglas. It is based on the novel ''Horseman, Pass By'' by Larry [=McMurtry=].

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''Hud'' is a 1963 film directed by Martin Ritt, starring Creator/PaulNewman, Patricia Neal, and Melvyn Douglas.Creator/MelvynDouglas. It is based on the novel ''Horseman, Pass By'' by Larry [=McMurtry=].


''Hud'' is a 1963 film directed by Martin Ritt and starring Creator/PaulNewman, Patricia Neal, and Melvyn Douglas. It is based on the novel ''Horseman, Pass By'' by Larry [=McMurtry=].

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''Hud'' is a 1963 film directed by Martin Ritt and Ritt, starring Creator/PaulNewman, Patricia Neal, and Melvyn Douglas. It is based on the novel ''Horseman, Pass By'' by Larry [=McMurtry=].


'''''Hud''''' is a 1963 film directed by Martin Ritt and starring Creator/PaulNewman, Patricia Neal, and Melvyn Douglas. It is based on the novel ''Horseman, Pass By'' by Larry [=McMurtry=].

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'''''Hud''''' ''Hud'' is a 1963 film directed by Martin Ritt and starring Creator/PaulNewman, Patricia Neal, and Melvyn Douglas. It is based on the novel ''Horseman, Pass By'' by Larry [=McMurtry=].


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The Bannons are cattle ranchers in the Texas Panhandle, headed by patriarch Homer Bannon (Douglas), who lives with his headstrong, rebellious son Hud (Newman) and his young, guileless teenaged grandson (and Hud's nephew) Lonnie. Also present is the Bannons' live-in maid, Alma (Patricia Neal).

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The Bannons are cattle ranchers in the Texas Panhandle, headed by patriarch Homer Bannon (Douglas), who lives with his headstrong, rebellious son Hud (Newman) and his young, guileless teenaged grandson (and Hud's nephew) Lonnie. Also present is the Bannons' live-in maid, Alma (Patricia Neal).(Neal).


''Hud'' did not get an AcademyAward nomination for best picture, but pretty much everyone involved in the crew and cast got nominated, with Neal and Douglas winning for Best Actress and Best Supporting Actor. Lonnie is played by Brandon [=deWilde=], who as a child actor starred in another classic Western, ''Film/{{Shane}}''.

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''Hud'' did not get an AcademyAward UsefulNotes/AcademyAward nomination for best picture, but pretty much everyone involved in the crew and cast got nominated, with Neal and Douglas winning for Best Actress and Best Supporting Actor. Lonnie is played by Brandon [=deWilde=], who as a child actor starred in another classic Western, ''Film/{{Shane}}''.

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* CoolCar: Hud's 1958 Cadillac Series 62 convertible.


-> ''"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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-> ''"Little ->''"Little by little the look of the country changes because of the men we admire...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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