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Walter Huston

b. Walter Houghston, 6 April 1884, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, d. 7 April 1950, Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA. Although Huston had studied engineering, he became an actor and worked in vaudeville and on the legitimate stage in New York. Following his marriage and the birth of his son, John Huston (who would become a noted Hollywood film director), he returned to engineering. The call of the stage was too strong, however, and by 1909 Huston was back in vaudeville working as a singer and dancer both as a single and in duo as the song and dance act of Whipple And Huston. In the mid-20s, and by now divorced, he again tried the legitimate theatre, playing leading roles on Broadway in Mr. Pitt and Desire Under The Elms.

In the late 20s, Huston went to Hollywood where actors with stage experience were at a premium for the new talking pictures. From 1929 and through the following decade he made some 20 films, often because of his age and upright bearing playing statesmen and businessmen. These films included The Virginian (1929), playing the title role in Abraham Lincoln (1930), The Criminal Code (1931), The Wet Parade, Rain (both 1932), Gabriel Over The White House (1933), the title role in Dodsworth (1936, for which he won the New York Film Critics award as Best Actor), and Of Human Hearts (1938). He returned to Broadway in 1938 to play Peter Stuyvesant in Kurt Weill and Maxwell Anderson’s Knickerbocker Holiday, a role he repeated in a radio production. It was in this show that Huston introduced ‘September Song’ and despite numerous recordings by other artists, his version of the song remains one of the most poignant. During the 40s Huston again played a variety of film roles, among them were The Devil And Daniel Webster, The Maltese Falcon (both 1941, with his son John directing the latter), and Yankee Doodle Dandy (1942, in which he portrayed Jerry Cohan). Other films of the decade were Mission To Moscow (1943), Dragonwyck (1946) and The Treasure Of The Sierra Madre, the latter also directed by his son. For his performance as a crazy old prospector in this film, Huston won an Oscar as Best Supporting Actor.
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Selected Discography

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Track List: Broadway: The American Musical

Disc 1

2. Swanee

3. When The Moon Shines On The Moonshine

6. Facinating Rhythm

7. If You Knew Susie (Like I Know Susie)

9. Bill

10. Ol' Man River

11. Ain't Misbehavin'

12. Ten Cents A Dance

14. Brother, Can You Spare A Dime

15. Night And Day

16. Heat Wave

18. You're The Top

20. September Song

21. My Heart Belongs To Daddy

22. It Never Entered My Mind

25. Oh, What A Beautiful Mornin'

Disc 2

2. If I Loved You

3. Come Rain Or Come Shine

4. There's No Business Like Show Business

5. How Are Things In Glocca Morra

6. Once In Love With Amy

8. Some Enchanted Evening

10. Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend

11. Luck Be A Lady

12. Getting To Know You

14. Stranger In Paradise

18. I Could Have Danced All Night

21. Glitter And Be Gay

22. Tonight

Disc 3

1. Seventy-Six Trombones

3. Everything's Coming Up Roses

4. My Favorite Things

6. Try To Remember

7. Camelot

9. I Believe In You

11. Comedy Tonight

12. What Kind Of Fool Am I?

15. People

17. If I Were A Rich Man

18. Night Song

19. The Impossible Dream

Disc 4

4. Ladies Who Lunch

7. I Don't Know How To Love Him

10. Send In The Clowns

13. All That Jazz

14. Tomorrow

15. Don't Cry For Me Argentina

18. And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going

Disc 5

1. Memory

3. Move On

5. The Music Of The Night

9. With One Look

12. Seasons Of Love

17. Movin' Out

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Track List: Flashbacks #4: Heartbreakers Blue & Lonely, 1927-1946

2. Whoa Babe!

4. I'm Making Believe

6. Blues In The Night

7. Lawd, You Made The Night Too Long

8. How Can You Have The Blues?

9. Nobody Knows You When You're Down & Out

10. Blues In Disguise

11. Moanin' Low

14. Denver Blues

15. If I Had My Way

16. Some Cold Rainy Day

19. Daddy Goodbye Blues

20. Smoke Dreams

22. Oh Ambulance Man

23. Blue Moon

24. September Song

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i am also looking for 'September Song by Walter Huston. Thank-you-- juodaitis@at t . n e t
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iam looking for a rare recording of a song byWalter Huston(John' s huston's father and angelica's grandfather) It is titled "Spetember song" Can anyone help me?

Thank you..nstaljk p e g @ a o l . c o m

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