Documentary film tracing the colorful career of writer-director-actor John Huston, from his youth through early days as a soldier, writer, and director to his masterful achievements as one of Hollywood's great filmmakers. In addition to his films, his relationships with his father, actor Walter Huston, great friend Humphrey Bogart, and his children are explored. Written by
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When discussing "Key Largo", the narrator incorrectly states that "Key Largo" received an Oscar nomination for Best Picture. In fact, it only received one nomination, in the Supporting Actress category. See more
[Last lines as he asks person filming him to leave
Go away. Leave me alone.
Features Let There Be Light
From the musical play "Knickerbocker Holiday"
Words by Maxwell Anderson
Music by Kurt Weill
Performed by Walter Huston See more