After the lacluster performance of Clint Eastwood in his attempt to portray master director/character actor John Huston in "White hunter,Black Heart" I had always held out the hope than someone would've written one of those one man plays
( as in "Give 'em Hell ,Harry with James Whitmore as Harry Truman or the first breakthothrough one of " An Evening with Mark Twain" with Jal Holbrooke )portraying the incredibly colorful life of John Huston and the perfect ,and I mean *perfect* ,actor to have protrayed Huston's
signature voice ,slight drawl , and physical presense would've now the "late" James Coburn. Coburn just had one of those great voices
Damn ,what a performance "that" would've been.
Truly a sorely missed "lost" oppurtunity
Rest easy James.