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The Hustler Movie Review & Film Summary () | Roger Ebert
The Hustler is a American drama film directed by Robert Rossen from Walter Tevis's novel of the same name, adapted for the screen by Rossen and.
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Description:Bert's secret is that by "character" he doesn't mean goodness, honesty or other Boy Scout virtues. The only thing he feels for—which he voices in a fantastically written speech—is the poetry of his chosen game, and the chance at being the best there is. Bert sees her as a rival and expertly and mercilessly destroys her in a few days; learning that Eddie's broken thumbs have healed, he says, "I'd hate to think I was puttin' my money on a cripple"--a line aimed straight at Sarah. Newman won his only Oscar for "Color"--ironic, unless it was belated amends for "The Hustler". He means the snakelike ability to put winning above any other consideration, and to never tempt the odds. Myron McCormick, a stage actor who appeared infrequently in films, plays Eddie's first manager--battered, honest, cast aside by Eddie on the way to the top.