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 Marlon Brando
] Brando was something else entirely. Brando had an explosive thing; you felt something smoldering, dangerous, about to ignite at times. Did you see Julius Caesar
(1953)? Christ! I will never forget that; it was like a furnace door opening - the heat came off the screen. I don't know another actor who could do that.
Accidentally struck and killed a Hollywood dancer, Tosca Roulien, while driving on Sunset Boulevard on September 25, 1933. Walter Huston
appealed to MGM studio boss Louis B. Mayer
to use his influence with the LAPD regarding any questions of alcohol being involved. A subsequent inquest absolved Huston of any blame for the accident.
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