American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Huston, John 1906-1987. American filmmaker whose works include The Maltese Falcon (1941) and The African Queen (1951). He won an Academy Award for his direction of the film Treasure of Sierra Madre (1948). His father, Walter Huston (1884-1950), won an Academy Award for his performance in that film.
- n. United States film maker born in the United States but an Irish citizen after 1964 (1906-1987)
“Charlie Huston is someone whodoes over-the-top exceedingly well.”
“Huston is masterful at understanding the sensual wonder world of the woman.”
“I hesitate to call them recurring because Huston is not afraid to alter his cast at the flick of a switchblade.”
“They die off left and right, as if Charlie Huston is cleaning house.”
“If I have to find a quibble this time around (and I do) it's in Huston's dialogue.”
“So it comes as no real surprise to us today to find our family stuck in Huston for the next 12 + hours on an rather extended layover.”
“But with a lead role as a New Jersey rocker in Sopranos creator David Chase's upcoming, untitled big-screen directorial debut, Huston is definitely on the road to making a name for himself.”
“Charlie Huston is guest-blogging over at Omnivoracious this week.”
“Charlie Huston is the author of several noir crime fiction series including the Hank Thompson Trilogy (Caught Stealing, Six Bad Things, and A Dangerous Man) and the gritty vampire noir Joe Pitt series (Already Dead, No Dominion, Half the Blood of Brooklyn, and Every Last Drop) as well as standalone novels.”
“And Charlie Huston is a cool New York writer who supports awesome independent bookstores like Partners & Crime.”
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