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Walter Huston


b. April 6, 1884 in Toronto, Ontario
d. April 7, 1950 in Hollywood, California

This is a detail from an original MGM publicity photo, which is now part of the Northernstars Collection.

Walter Hughston, as he was born, became a touring actor and vaudevillian before he became a star on Broadway and in Hollywood. Born at 11 Major Street in the College-Brunswick area of Toronto, Ontario, there`s a plaque in a nearby park commemorating the event.

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The Carnival Man (1929)
The Bishop`s Candlesticks (1929)
Gentleman of the Press (1929)
Two Americans (1929)
Lady Lies (1929)
The Virginian (1929)

Virtuous Sin (1930)
The Bad Man (1930)
Abraham Lincoln (1930)
The Ruling Voice (1931)
A House Divided (1931)
The Criminal Code (1931)
The Star Witness (1931)
The Woman of Monte Carlo (1932)
The Wet Parade (1932)
Night Court (1932)
Law and Order (1932)
Kongo (1932)
The Beast of the City (1932)
American Madness (1932)
Rain (1932)
Storm at Daybreak (1933)
Hell Below (1933)
Ann Vickers (1933)
Gabriel Over the White House (1933)
The Prizefighter and the Lady (1933)
Keep ’em Rolling (1934)
Transatlantic Tunnel (1935)
Rhodes of Africa (1936)
Dodsworth (1936)
Sunkist Stars of Palm Springs (1936)
Of Human Hearts (1938)

Swamp Water (1941)
The Shanghai Gesture (1941)
All That Money Can Buy (aka The Devil and Daniel Webster, 1941)
The Maltese Falcon (uncredited – 1941)
Prelude To War (voice, uncredited, 1942)
Our Russian Front (narrator – 1942)
Edge of Darkness (1942)
Always in my Heart (1942)
In This Our Life (1942)
Yankee Doodle Dandy (1942)
The Outlaw (1943)
The North Star (1943)
Mission to Moscow (1943)
For God and Country (narrator – 1943)
December 7th (1943)
Dragon Seed (1944)
The Battle of Russia (narrator – 1944)
And Then There Were None (1945)
Let There be Light (1946)
Duel in the Sun (1946)
Dragonwyck (1946)
Summer Holiday (1948)
The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948)
The Great Sinner (1949)

The Furies (1950)