Debuts Blogathon: John Huston – The Maltese Falcon (1941)

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The latest entry in the Debuts Blogathon comes courtesy of Keith from Keith and the Movies. Keith is probably one of the most prolific bloggers I know and constantly produces great posts about a wide variety of films. He also has a number of excellent features including The Phenomenal 5 and K&M Commentary. Go check out his site if you haven’t already. Here he is taking a look back at John Huston’s classic The Maltese Falcon.

JOHN HUSTON

The Maltese Falcon (1941)

You know it’s a monumental debut when a director’s first feature film is considered an all-time movie classic. Such is the case with John Huston and his phenomenal film noir “The Maltese Falcon”. Brimming with style, slick dialogue, and brilliant work from Humphrey Bogart, “The Maltese Falcon” is a glorious example of smart and creative filmmaking that takes fabulous source material and breathes cinematic life into it.

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