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Walter Huston

Academy Award-winning professional who all starred in Yankee Doodle Dandy in 1942 as well as the Treasure from the Sierra Madre in 1948. His various other films are the Sign from the Combination and Julius Caesar. He was raised in Toronto, Ontario where he do construction function while participating in the Shaw College of performing. He sang, documented and released the Kurt Weill-Maxwell Anderson melody, “September Melody” for the 1938 Broadway creation of Knickerbocker Vacation. The melody became a bestseller. He was wedded to Ninetta Sunderland until his loss of life in 1950. His kid, John Huston and granddaughter, Anjelica Huston both became Academy Award-winning stars. He starred as THE GOVERNMENT for John Ford’s Academy Award-winning documentary, Dec 7th, in 1943.

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