Hud

Paul Newman, all Texan swagger and mesmerising Marlboro sneers, completely redefines the concept of 'iconic' as the eponymous heavy-drinking, skirt-chasing, joy-riding cattleman and self-declared "cold-blooded bastard" in Martin Ritt's 1962 classic. Able support comes from sultry Patricia Neal, suitably green Brandon DeWilde (Shane) and James Wong Howe's perfect black-and-white cinematography.

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Paul Newman, all Texan swagger and mesmerising Marlboro sneers, completely redefines the concept of ‘iconic’ as the eponymous heavy-drinking, skirt-chasing, joy-riding cattleman and self-declared “cold-blooded bastard” in Martin Ritt’s 1962 classic. Able support comes from sultry Patricia Neal, suitably green Brandon DeWilde (Shane) and James Wong Howe’s perfect black-and-white cinematography.

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