Walter Huston's Height
6ft 0 (182.9 cm)
Canadian-American actor best remembered for roles in films such as The Treasure of the Sierra Madre, And Then There Were None, Yankee Doodle Dandy, The Outlaw, The Virginian and The Devil and Daniel Webster, Abraham Lincoln, Dodsworth, Duel in the Sun and The Furies. In a 1937 Industry book his height was given as 6ft and his weight as 180 pounds.
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5ft 11in (180.3cm)
Sam said on 12/Dec/14
Also, please add to his credits: Abraham Lincoln, And Then There Were None and Dodsworth, he's the hero in all of those. Also, please add Duel in the Sun and The Furies, his last role.
He was a helluva of an actor, I don't think any of the subsequent Hustons have outmatched him in sheer acting talent yet. When the author of Treasure felt Walter was not elderly enough for the part of Howard so Walter popped out his dentures to convince him. Allegedly, Walter Brennan did the same thing when forging into colorful old coot parts.
said on 12/Dec/14
Thanks! Definitely seems to be accurate...a few comparisons:
w/ his son John-
Near Ava Gardner & Gregory Peck-
w/ James Stewart-
w/ Humphrey Bogart (not the best comparison obviously)-
w/ Joseph Cotten, Jennifer Jones & Gregory Peck-