Richard Rush

Apr 15, 1929


The man once cited by none other than François Truffaut as one of American cinema's greatest talents, filmmaker Richard Rush helped launch the careers of such cinematic luminaries as Jack Nicholson and Francis Ford Coppola, though his own stalled after The Stunt Man in 1980. A New York City native whose training in the U.C.L.A. film department fueled… More


Richard Rush Videos

Air America
2 minutes 32 seconds
Psych Out
1 minutes 53 seconds
The Stunt man
2 minutes 6 seconds
Tales From The Script
2 minutes 23 seconds
Color Of Night
2 minutes 7 seconds

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