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* SoBadItsGood: With the exception of people like Creator/MartinScorsese, this movie is regarded as an overwrought mess by most film critics and historians. Still, it has attracted a devoted cadre of fans who love it for its [[{{Melodrama}} excessively melodramatic style]], [[WorldOfHam over-the-top performances]], [[ValuesDissonance dated views on race and sexuality]], [[WTHCastingAgency now-questionable casting choices]], and overly florid dialogue.

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* SoBadItsGood: With the exception of people like Creator/MartinScorsese, this movie is regarded as an overwrought mess by most film critics and historians. Still, it has attracted a devoted cadre of fans who love it for its [[{{Melodrama}} excessively melodramatic style]], [[WorldOfHam over-the-top performances]], [[ValuesDissonance dated views on race and sexuality]], sexuality, [[WTHCastingAgency now-questionable casting choices]], and overly florid dialogue.


* TheissTitillationTheory: Regarding Jennifer Jones, natch. One of Pearl's dresses in particular at one point is only [[https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-cEqcxij7AU8/Wvi1bJ5fsNI/AAAAAAAAHeY/kxRWe64TsDU_G6QT13wqh-IBdhg-5IFRQCLcBGAs/s800/duel.jpg hanging on for dear life on one of her shoulders.]]
* ValuesDissonance: The Hays Code prohibited interracial relationships on screen, hence [[spoiler: Pearl's death]].

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* TheissTitillationTheory: Regarding Jennifer Jones, Creator/JenniferJones, natch. One of Pearl's dresses in particular at one point is only [[https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-cEqcxij7AU8/Wvi1bJ5fsNI/AAAAAAAAHeY/kxRWe64TsDU_G6QT13wqh-IBdhg-5IFRQCLcBGAs/s800/duel.jpg hanging on for dear life on one of her shoulders.]]
* ValuesDissonance: The Hays Code prohibited interracial relationships on screen, hence [[spoiler: Pearl's death]].death]].
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* ValuesDissonance: The Hays Code prohibited interracial relationships on screen, hence [[spoiler: Pearl's DeathByAdaptation]].

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* ValuesDissonance: The Hays Code prohibited interracial relationships on screen, hence [[spoiler: Pearl's DeathByAdaptation]].death]].


* TheissTitillationTheory: TheMovie, regarding Jennifer Jones, natch.

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* TheissTitillationTheory: TheMovie, regarding Regarding Jennifer Jones, natch.natch. One of Pearl's dresses in particular at one point is only [[https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-cEqcxij7AU8/Wvi1bJ5fsNI/AAAAAAAAHeY/kxRWe64TsDU_G6QT13wqh-IBdhg-5IFRQCLcBGAs/s800/duel.jpg hanging on for dear life on one of her shoulders.]]


* AwesomeMusic: The score by Dimitri Tiomkin is simply amazing.

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* AwesomeMusic: SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: The score by Dimitri Tiomkin is simply amazing.

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* TheissTitillationTheory: TheMovie, regarding Jennifer Jones, natch.


* ValuesDissonance: The filmmakers' view seems to be that [[spoiler: Pearl had to be killed because she wasn't good enough to marry a white man.]]

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* ValuesDissonance: The filmmakers' view seems to be that Hays Code prohibited interracial relationships on screen, hence [[spoiler: Pearl had to be killed because she wasn't good enough to marry a white man.]]Pearl's DeathByAdaptation]].


* AwesomeMusic: The score by Dmitri Tiomkin is simply amazing.

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* AwesomeMusic: The score by Dmitri Dimitri Tiomkin is simply amazing.



* SoBadItsGood: With the exception of people like Creator/MartinScorsese, this movie is regarded as an overwrought mess by most film critics and historians. Still, it has attracted a devoted cadre of fans who love it for its [[{{Melodrama}} excessively melodramatic style]], [[WorldOfHam over-the-top performances]], [[ValuesDissonance dated views on race and sexuality]], [[WTHCastingAgency now-questionable casting choices]], and overly florid dialogue.

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* SoBadItsGood: With the exception of people like Creator/MartinScorsese, this movie is regarded as an overwrought mess by most film critics and historians. Still, it has attracted a devoted cadre of fans who love it for its [[{{Melodrama}} excessively melodramatic style]], [[WorldOfHam over-the-top performances]], [[ValuesDissonance dated views on race and sexuality]], [[WTHCastingAgency now-questionable casting choices]], and overly florid dialogue.dialogue.
* ValuesDissonance: The filmmakers' view seems to be that [[spoiler: Pearl had to be killed because she wasn't good enough to marry a white man.]]

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* AwesomeMusic: The score by Dmitri Tiomkin is simply amazing.


* NoSuchThingAsBadPublicity: After [[MoralGuardians moralists]] and wags in the press dubbed the movie "Lust in the Dust" because of its problems getting approval under UsefulNotes/TheHaysCode, producer David O. Selznick employed the strategy Creator/HowardHughes used when ''Film/TheOutlaw'' ran into similar trouble with censors by using the controversy about the movie's allegedly salacious content for its promotional campaign.[[note]] George S. Kaufman dubbed the advertising "A Sale of Two Titties".[[/note]]

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* NoSuchThingAsBadPublicity: After [[MoralGuardians moralists]] and wags in the press dubbed the movie "Lust in the Dust" because of its problems getting approval under UsefulNotes/TheHaysCode, producer David O. Selznick employed the strategy Creator/HowardHughes used when ''Film/TheOutlaw'' ran into similar trouble with censors by using the controversy about the movie's allegedly salacious content for in its promotional campaign.[[note]] George S. Kaufman dubbed the advertising "A Sale of Two Titties".[[/note]]


* NoSuchThingAsBadPublicity: After [[MoralGuardians moralists]] and wags in the press dubbed the movie "Lust in the Dust" because of its problems getting approval under UsefulNotes/TheHaysCode, producer David O. Selznick employed the strategy Creator/HowardHughes used when ''Film/TheOutlaw'' ran into similar trouble with censors by using the controversy about the movie's allegedly salacious content for its promotional campaign.

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* NoSuchThingAsBadPublicity: After [[MoralGuardians moralists]] and wags in the press dubbed the movie "Lust in the Dust" because of its problems getting approval under UsefulNotes/TheHaysCode, producer David O. Selznick employed the strategy Creator/HowardHughes used when ''Film/TheOutlaw'' ran into similar trouble with censors by using the controversy about the movie's allegedly salacious content for its promotional campaign.[[note]] George S. Kaufman dubbed the advertising "A Sale of Two Titties".[[/note]]


* SoBadItsGood: With the exception of people like Creator/MartinScorsese, this movie is regarded as an overwrought mess by most film critics and historians. Still, it has attracted a devoted cadre of fans who love it for its [[{{Melodrama}} excessively melodramatic style]], [[WorldOfHam over-the-top performances]], [[ValuesDissonance dated views on sexuality]], [[WTHCastingAgency now-questionable casting choices]], and overly florid dialogue.

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* SoBadItsGood: With the exception of people like Creator/MartinScorsese, this movie is regarded as an overwrought mess by most film critics and historians. Still, it has attracted a devoted cadre of fans who love it for its [[{{Melodrama}} excessively melodramatic style]], [[WorldOfHam over-the-top performances]], [[ValuesDissonance dated views on race and sexuality]], [[WTHCastingAgency now-questionable casting choices]], and overly florid dialogue.


* SoBadItsGood: With the exception of people like Creator/MartinScorsese, this movie is regarded as an overwrought mess by most film critics and historians. Still, it has attracted a devoted cadre of fans who love it for its [[{{Melodrama excessively melodramatic style}}]], [[WorldOfHam over-the-top performances]], [[ValuesDissonance dated views on sexuality]], [[WTHCastingAgency now-questionable casting choices]], and overly florid dialogue.

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* SoBadItsGood: With the exception of people like Creator/MartinScorsese, this movie is regarded as an overwrought mess by most film critics and historians. Still, it has attracted a devoted cadre of fans who love it for its [[{{Melodrama [[{{Melodrama}} excessively melodramatic style}}]], style]], [[WorldOfHam over-the-top performances]], [[ValuesDissonance dated views on sexuality]], [[WTHCastingAgency now-questionable casting choices]], and overly florid dialogue.


* SoBadItsGood: With the exception of people like Creator/MartinScorsese, this movie is regarded as an overwrought mess by most film critics and historians. Still, it has attracted a devoted cadre of fans who love it for its excessively melodramatic style, [[WorldOfHam over-the-top performances]], [[ValuesDissonance dated views on sexuality]], [[WTHCastingAgency now-questionable casting choices]], and overly florid dialogue.

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* SoBadItsGood: With the exception of people like Creator/MartinScorsese, this movie is regarded as an overwrought mess by most film critics and historians. Still, it has attracted a devoted cadre of fans who love it for its [[{{Melodrama excessively melodramatic style, style}}]], [[WorldOfHam over-the-top performances]], [[ValuesDissonance dated views on sexuality]], [[WTHCastingAgency now-questionable casting choices]], and overly florid dialogue.


* NoSuchThingAsBadPublicity: After [[MoralGuardians moralists]] and wags in the press dubbed the movie "Lust in the Dust" during its problems getting approval under UsefulNotes/TheHaysCode, producer David O. Selznick employed the strategy Creator/HowardHughes used when ''Film/TheOutlaw'' ran into similar trouble with censors by using the controversy about the movie's allegedly salacious content for its promotional campaign.

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* NoSuchThingAsBadPublicity: After [[MoralGuardians moralists]] and wags in the press dubbed the movie "Lust in the Dust" during because of its problems getting approval under UsefulNotes/TheHaysCode, producer David O. Selznick employed the strategy Creator/HowardHughes used when ''Film/TheOutlaw'' ran into similar trouble with censors by using the controversy about the movie's allegedly salacious content for its promotional campaign.

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