This summer, the Princeton Adult School offers a Zoom discussion class in its Great Directors series featuring the work of John Huston. In a career spanning over four decades, Huston made some of the greatest adventure films of all time, like the 1948 classic The Treasure of the Sierra Madre, which won him the Academy Award for best director, and his 1975 adaptation of the Rudyard Kipling novella The Man Who Would Be King, featuring Sean Connery and Michael Caine. He was also the man behind the 1941 film noir classic The Maltese Falcon, which will be the first film we discuss. This class is for anyone who loves watching and discussing films. All the films for this class can either be streamed on Amazon or Netflix, or in some cases, are available for free or for a small fee on the internet.