The Amazing Howard Hughes

Tommy Lee Jones portrays Howard Hughes from his beginnings as an eccentric young industrialist through to his shocking final days as the world's most bizarre billionaire. In between, Hughes becomes a notorious Hollywood mogul and ladies man, builds an international aviation empire, designs and flies the infamous "Spruce Goose" and descends into a horrific abyss of paranoia and madness, all as seen through the eyes of his loyal business manager and right-hand man Noah Dietrich.

Year: 1977
Genre: Drama, True Stories, Biography
Country: USA
Director: William A Graham
Starring: Tommy Lee Jones, Ed Flanders, James Hampton, Tovah Feldshuh, Lee Purcell
Duration: 121 Minutes
Rating: PG
Location in store: Drama



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