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For other uses, see Mudhoney (disambiguation).
Theatrical poster for Mudhoney (1965)
|Directed by||Russ Meyer|
|Produced by||George Costello
|Written by||Raymond Friday Locke (novel Streets Paved With Gold) and screenplay
|Music by||André Brummer (as Henri Price)|
|Edited by||Russ Meyer
Charles G. Schelling
|Distributed by||Eve Productions Inc.|
|Running time||92 minutes|
Mudhoney (sometimes Mud Honey) is a 1965 film by Russ Meyer based on the novel by Raymond Friday Locke. The film became the inspiration for the name of pioneering Seattle grunge band Mudhoney when it was formed in 1988.
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