[hyoo-stuh n or, often, yoo-]
- John,1906–87, U.S. film director and writer.
- his fatherWalter,1884–1950, U.S. actor, born in Canada.
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Examples from the Web for huston
Huston never publicly acknowledged that any of San Pietro was fake, not in his autobiography, not in any interview.
Huston and Buck returned in January, and spent six weeks recreating the battle.
“Sumptuous,” Huston continued, pointing out the image of a richly crimson carriage interior.The Kardashian Hegemony: Mario and Kim Take Hollywood
February 24, 2013
“I got very good practice at throwing drinks at men,” said Huston, laughing.
For Huston, the show represents an alternative to the slew of violent procedurals on television at the moment.
Huston's, the apothecary, always full of people at post hour.The Knight Of Gwynne, Vol. II (of II)
Charles James Lever
Mr. Huston kept for years an intelligence office in New York.
Huston is no worse than some of the rest of us, only he hasn't a sense of shame.High Adventure
James Norman Hall
The reputation of this old house was fully maintained while under the control of Huston Todd.The Old Pike
Thomas B. Searight
The bride calmly turned her back upon the groom and engaged Huston in a lively conversation.Caybigan
- John. 1906–87, US film director. His films include The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1947), for which he won an Oscar, The African Queen (1951), The Man Who Would Be King (1975), Prizzi's Honour (1985), and The Dead (1987)
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