Hard Times 46 years old

New Orleans, 1933. In those days words didn't say much.

Hard Times

In the depression, Chaney, a strong silent streetfighter, joins with Speed, a promoter of no-holds-barred street boxing bouts. They go to New Orleans where Speed borrows money to set up fights for Chaney, but Speed gambles away any winnings.

Credits

Hard Times Cast

Name Character
Bruce Glover He was 43, now 90 years old as Doty
Jill Ireland She was 39, 53 years old when she died as Lucy Simpson
Frank McRae He was 31, now 78 years old as Hammerman
James Coburn He was 47, 74 years old when he died as Spencer 'Speed' Weed
Charles Bronson He was 53, 81 years old when he died as Chaney
Naomi Stevens She was 49, 92 years old when she died as Madam
Margaret Blye She was 35, 76 years old when she died as Gayleen Schoonover
Strother Martin He was 56, 61 years old when he died as Poe
Felice Orlandi He was 51, 78 years old when he died as Le Beau
Michael McGuire He was 49, 92 years old when he died as Chick Gandil
Nick Dimitri He was 89, now 89 years old as Street
Bob Minor He was 31, now 78 years old as Zack
Robert Tessier He was 41, 56 years old when he died as Jim Henry
Maurice Kowalewski as Caesare
Chuck Hicks He was 47, now 94 years old as Speed's Hitter
John Creamer as Apartment Manager
Edward Walsh He was 184, 206 years old when he died as Pettibon

Hard Times Crew

Name Department
Jane Feinberg as Casting. Production
Mike Fenton as Casting. Production
Roger Spottiswoode as Editor. He was 30 (now 77) years old Editing
Philip H. Lathrop as Director of Photography. He was 62 (82) years old when He died Camera
Barry De Vorzon as Original Music Composer. He was 41 (now 88) years old Sound
Lawrence Gordon as Producer. He was 39 (now 86) years old Production
Walter Hill as Director. He was 33 (now 80) years old Directing
Walter Hill as Screenplay. He was 33 (now 80) years old Writing
Bryan Gindoff as Screenplay. Writing
Bryan Gindoff as Story. Writing
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Hard Times (46 years)

New Orleans, 1933. In those days words didn't say much.

  • Release day: Monday, August 11, 1975
  • Runtime: 93 minutes
  • Budget: 2700000.00
  • Revenue: 5000000.00