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Basics Critics:76Viewers:72Rusty:77
Category: Drama, Sports, WesternNotable as: Film noirSub-Category: Film noir, Western, Action Film, DramaRuntime: 102 - 113 minutesColor: black-and-white filmLanguage: EnglishCountry: USA, United States Virgin IslandsDirector: Nicholas Ray, Robert ParrishScreenwriter: David Dortort, Horace McCoy, Jerry WaldMusic: Roy WebbCinematography: Lee GarmesStars: Arthur Kennedy, Arthur Hunnicutt, Robert Mitchum, Susan Hayward, Frank Faylen, Walter Coy, Carol Nugent, Maria Hart, Lorna Thayer, Burt Mustin Producer: Jerry WaldStudio: RKO PicturesAward details: (details at IMDb)

The Lusty Men is a 1952 western film made by Wald-Krasna productions and RKO Radio Pictures. The film stars Susan Hayward, Robert Mitchum, Arthur Kennedy, and Arthur Hunnicutt. It was directed by Nicholas Ray and produced by Jerry Wald and Norman Krasna from a screenplay by David Dortort, Horace McCoy, Alfred Hayes, Andrew Solt, and Jerry Wald based on the novel by Claude Stanush. The music score was by Roy Webb and the cinematography by Lee Garmes. The film's world premiere was at the Majestic Theatre in San Antonio, Texas.

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