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"The Bridge in the Jungle," a film starring the late John Huston that hasn't been seen in 17 years, will be shown at the Santa Fe Film Festival this week as part of a Huston retrospective. The 1970 film, directed by Pancho Kohner, was poorly received at its first and only screening at the 1970 San Francisco Film Festival. The film continued the saga started in "The Treasure of the Sierra Madre," with Huston playing the same role that his father, Walter, played in the Academy Award-winning film.

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