Who Won the 1949
Academy Awards Best Supporting Actor

Walter Huston

("The Treasure of the Sierra Madre")

1948 Academy Awards Best Supporting Actor Winner
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Thoughts on local television | Glover

NJ.com
Here are just a few of the old westerns that have been on the Encore Western Channel: "Law and Order" 1932 starring Walter Huston, "Laramie" 1949 starring Charles Starrett as the Durango Kid, and "Hangman's Knot," 1952, starring Randolph Scott. I ...

1949 Academy Awards Best Supporting Actor Winner Walter Huston News

Wander Forever Between The Winds: A Tribute To PARIS, TEXAS

Birth.Movies.Death.
His first word to Walter is “Paris.” He tells Walt that Paris, Texas is the place where their parents first made love, and it's where Travis believes he was conceived. He bought an empty lot there, and he shows Walt a crumpled photo: “That's where I ...

1949 Academy Awards Best Supporting Actor Winner Walter Huston News

'Little Caesar''s Salad Days: Film Forum presents 'Warner Bros.: Tough Guys, Tough Dames…Tough Pictures'

Film Journal
The single show on Sunday, October 1 is John Huston's The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948), featuring three “hombres” who are nothing but tough (desperately so). Bogart, Tim Holt and Walter Huston play prospector partners out to cheat one another ...

1949 Academy Awards Best Supporting Actor Winner Walter Huston News

The 25 Most Important Families in Hollywood History

Vanity Fair
One of the first big stars in “talkie” films, Walter Huston appeared in over 50 movies and received an Oscar for his role in 1948's The Treasure of the Sierra Madre, which was directed by his son, John—they became the first father and son to win ...

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