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  • ORSON WELLES -- SPAIN

    (1966)

    This unfinished and unaired documentary was meant to serve as a fund-raising tool for a collaborative project between pioneering filmmakers Albert and David Maysles and Orson Welles. The project never went beyond this initial filming. In the documentary,...

  • ORSON WELLES - SPAIN {WITH CORRECTED AUDIO}

    (1966)

    This unfinished and unaired documentary was meant to serve as a fund-raising tool for a collaborative project between pioneering filmmakers Albert and David Maysles and Orson Welles. The project never went beyond this initial filming. In the documentary, W...

  • HELLO, AMERICANS: FEED THE WORLD {ORSON WELLES} (RADIO)

    (January 17, 1943)

    One in a series created to promote inter-American understanding. Orson Welles plays Famine, the fourth horseman of the Apocalypse, in this celebration of North, Central, and South American determination to feed a world suffering under the burden of worldw...

  • ORSON WELLES'S COMMENTARY (RADIO)

    (August 18, 1946)

    One in this series devoted to commentary by Orson Welles on current events. In this program, Welles brings his listeners up to date on the Isaac Woodard case: the policeman who beat and blinded Woodard, a black veteran, is the Batesburg, SC, chief of polic...

  • ORSON WELLES'S COMMENTARY (RADIO)

    (August 11, 1946)

    One in this series devoted to commentary by Orson Welles on current events. Welles's topic on this program is "the question of moral indebtedness," his belief that those who enjoy freedom are thereby morally obligated to help those less privileged. He call...

  • ORSON WELLES'S COMMENTARY (RADIO)

    (July 28, 1946)

    One in this series devoted to commentary by Orson Welles on current events. On this program, Welles champions the cause of Isaac Woodard, Jr., a black veteran. Returning home by bus after his honorable discharge in February 1946, Woodard was savagely beate...

  • ORSON WELLES'S COMMENTARY (RADIO)

    (July 21, 1946)

    One in this series devoted to commentary by Orson Welles on current events. On this program Don Hollenbeck replaces Welles, who is ill. Hollenbeck discusses the following: a congressional compromise on measures to curb postwar inflation, which has resulted...

  • ORSON WELLES'S COMMENTARY (RADIO)

    (June 30, 1946)

    One in this series devoted to commentary by Orson Welles on current events. In this program, Welles discusses the atom bomb test scheduled to take place on Bikini Atoll later on the day of the broadcast; the bomb to be detonated will be adorned with a pict...

  • ORSON WELLES'S COMMENTARY (RADIO)

    (June 23, 1946)

    One in this series devoted to commentary by Orson Welles on current events. In this program, Welles protests against the planned closing of the Office of Price Administration (OPA), charging that lifting price controls will harm consumers. He calls for a "...

  • ORSON WELLES'S ALMANAC (RADIO)

    (July 05, 1944)

    One in this series of variety shows starring Orson Welles. Broadcast from the Los Angeles Port of Embarcation, with an audience of U.S. Army personnel. Welles introduces the show and explains that Lana Turner is replacing Bela Lugosi, who is unable to appe...

  • ORSON WELLES'S COMMENTARY (RADIO)

    (August 04, 1946)

    One in this series devoted to commentary by Orson Welles on current events. On this program, Welles first discusses snags in the ongoing peace talks, recalling a 1919 editorial cartoon predicting that the Versailles Treaty would lead to trouble for the "cl...

  • ORSON WELLES AND H. G. WELLS (RADIO)

    (October 28, 1940)

    A broadcast from station KTSA in San Antonio, Texas, in which H. G. Wells and Orson Welles appear together for the first time to discuss various issues of interest. They briefly discuss "The War of the Worlds" and Welles' new film "Citizen Kane," as well a...

  • ORSON WELLES'S COMMENTARY (RADIO)

    (August 25, 1946)

    One in this series devoted to commentary by Orson Welles on current events. Welles begins this program with an update on his continuing investigation of the case of Isaac Woodard, a black veteran blinded in a beating by the Batesburg, SC, police chief. Wel...

  • ORSON WELLES'S ALMANAC {LADY ESTHER PROGRAM}: THE APPLE TREE (RADIO)

    (January 12, 1942)

    One in this dramatic anthology series featuring Orson Welles. On the occasion of their silver wedding anniversary, Frank and Stella Ashurst take a day trip to the country. While Stella sketches out on the moor, Frank takes a walk, feeling a strange empti...

  • ORSON WELLES ON THE AIR (RADIO)

    (December 15, 1985)

    This program honors Orson Welles and was produced by radio station KBIG in Los Angeles. In this program, Welles's biographers Charles Higham and Barbara Leaming, and radio writer Norman Corwin discuss Welles's radio work as an actor, producer, and director...

  • DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE {ORSON WELLES} (TV)

    (July 27, 1970)

    One in this series of late-night talk/variety programs, hosted by Dick Cavett, featuring interviews with newsmakers and people in the political and cultural forefront. On this program, Orson Welles is the only guest. After Cavett's brief spoken introductio...

  • JACKIE GLEASON SHOW, THE {FROM MIAMI BEACH} {MILTON BERLE, GENE KELLY, ORSON WELLES} (TV)

    (October 05, 1968)

    Jackie Gleason joins Gene Kelly for a salute to George M. Cohan. Orson Welles performs his magic act....

  • REQUIEM FOR A HAPPY PRINCE {ORSON WELLES} (RADIO)

    (December 08, 1985)

    This program honors Orson Welles and was produced by KBIG in Los Angeles. In this tribute, Welles's biographers Charles Higham and Barbara Leaming, UCLA film archivist Bob Git, actors Charlton Heston and Jeanne Moreau, and film critic Pauline Kael discuss ...

  • TOMORROW WITH TOM SNYDER {ORSON WELLES} (TV)

    (1975/09)

    One in this series of late-night topical interview programs hosted by Tom Snyder. On this show, Tom Snyder interviews the controversial legendary filmmaker and prolific actor Orson Welles. Cigar smoking Welles discusses the following topics: the politicall...

  • ORSON WELLES'S ALMANAC {SPONSORED BY MOBIL OIL} (RADIO)

    (February 02, 1944)

    One in this series of war-time variety shows hosted by Orson Welles. After an introduction, Welles is joking with guest Lionel Barrymore about the series's bad reviews when a network censor, upset with the way Welles stages love scenes on radio shows, inte...