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[on John Huston, 1968]: The problem that now faces John Huston, more acutely than ever before, is the problem of subject matter. If he is honest enough to choose subject-matter that really suits him, and not the stuff that goes with his popular image, then we can expect films from him as good as "Reflections In A Golden Eye". And two or three more of those will put him among the best film-makers ...
Former film critic for "Movie" magazine in the early 1960s and author of 1968 film book "Hollywood, The Haunted House".