Appeared (as "Aud Horton"; Broadway debut) in "Ruint" on Broadway (1925). Written by Hatcher Hughes
. Directed by James Light. Provincetown Playhouse: 7 Apr 1925-May 1925 (closing date unknown/30 performances). Cast: James K. Applebee, Jeanie Begg, Jane Burby, Wilbur De Rouge, Sam Jaffe
(as "Lum Crowder"), David Landau
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Guest X | Jhon Huston
6' 1" (1.85 m)
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[on directing Marilyn Monroe
in The Misfits
(1961)] She went right down into her personal experience for everything, reached down and pulled something out of herself that was unique and extraordinary. She had no techniques. It was all truth, it was only Marilyn. But it was Marilyn plus. She found things, found things about womankind in herself.
, in the director's commentary on the Catch-22
(1970) DVD, recalled that one day he was shooting street scenes at Rome's Studi di Cinecittà when he saw Huston at a pay phone. He was at Cinecittà helming The Kremlin Letter
(1970), considered by many to be the nadir of his directorial career. Nichols says that Huston was on the phone placing bets with his bookie back in the US while the...
Gravelly smoke-burnished voice