“Hud” quotes

(1963)
Movie Hud
Title Hud
Year 1963
Genre Drama
Plot – Hud Bannon is a ruthless, arrogant and self-centered man who only wants to have fun and to avoid responsibilities. Hud hasn't inherited his old father Homer's strong principles and the old man in fact reminds his son he's a total disappointment. Hud's nephew Lonnie lives with them because his father died due to Hud's recklessness. Hud believes his brother's death is the cause of his father's resentment.
All actors – Paul Newman, Melvyn Douglas, Patricia Neal, Brandon De Wilde, Whit Bissell, Crahan Denton, John Ashley, Val Avery, George Petrie, Curt Conway, Sheldon Allman, Pitt Herbert, Carl Low, Robert Hinkle, Don Kennedy, Sharyn Hillyer, Yvette Vickers, Peter Brooks, Elmer Wayne Brown, Nino Candido, Dennis Hedlund, John Indrisano, David Kent, Frank Killmond, Montie Montana, Simon Prescott, John Michael Quijada, Carl Saxe
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  • “- Lonnie Bannon: It's a lonely old night isn't it?
    - Hud Bannon: Ain't they all?”

    Brandon De Wilde - Lonnie Bannon
    Paul Newman - Hud Bannon
    [Tag:loneliness, night]
  • “You don't care about people Hud. You don't give a damn about 'em. Oh, you got all that charm goin' for ya. And it makes the youngsters want to be like ya. That's the shame of it because you don't value anything. You don't respect nothing. You keep no check on your appetites at all. You live just for yourself. And that makes you not fit to live...” (continue)(continue reading)
    Melvyn Douglas - Homer Bannon
  • “You know something Fantan? This world is so full of crap, a man's gonna get into it sooner or later whether he's careful or not.”
    Paul Newman - Hud Bannon
    [Tag:world]
  • - Hud Bannon: Give me a clean white shirt.
    - Alma Brown: Boy, you're real big with the "please" and "thank you," aren't you?
    - Hud Bannon: Please get up off your lazy butt and get me a clean white shirt. Thank you.

    Paul Newman - Hud Bannon
    Patricia Neal - Alma Brown
  • “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.”
    Melvyn Douglas - Homer Bannon
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