Appeared (as "Robert Crosbie") in a "Lux Radio Theatre" broadcast of "The Letter".
1 Biographical Movie |
2 Print Biographies |
4 Articles |
Mr. Walter Huston
6' (1.83 m)
Did You Know?
[upon accepting his Academy Award for The Treasure of the Sierra Madre
(1948)] in 1949] Many years ago . . . many, MANY years ago [laughter from the audience] I brought up a boy, and I said to him, "Son, if you ever become a writer, try to write a good part for your old man sometime". Well, by cracky, that's what he did!
A "wet," he spent the night of April 6, 1933 - the day when Prohibition was set to expire at midnight - at the Los Angeles Brewing Co. with fellow movie star Jean Harlow
. A maker of "near-beer" and de-natured alcohol (the alcohol was subtracted from the full-strength beer the company continued to brew during Prohibition, but could not legally market), the company was ready to immediately get back...