Welles art gets its due...

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Welles art gets its due...

PostThu Oct 26, 2017 8:29 pm

...finally!

https://orsonwelles.indiana.edu/

(Even the discs for the wonderful AMBERSONS show, which The Old Man himself ground down working on the film, are much improved.)

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Re: Welles art gets its due...

PostSun Oct 29, 2017 4:49 am

Thanks for posting this. Spent about 10 hours watching his interviews on YT last two weeks.
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Re: Welles art gets its due...

PostMon Oct 30, 2017 9:24 am

telical wrote:Thanks for posting this. Spent about 10 hours watching his interviews on YT last two weeks.
Slightly related, I saw the "Swinging London" sequences and I've always wondered who the writers were, and if a script might not exist for the mute one. Are there any theories on that? Or any institutes where that paperwork might have ended up?
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Re: Welles art gets its due...

PostMon Oct 30, 2017 5:48 pm

Welcome, Robert.

For once, something touted as a Great Leap Forward really IS one. Much of this material sounds better than it has in years; some of it, better than anyone other than the cast & crew themselves has ever heard it.

And Welles was a genuine Master of this medium, as well as an oft-professed lover of it.

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Re: Welles art gets its due...

PostSat Nov 04, 2017 6:28 pm


Orson Welles & Nikola Tesla - The Creative Process

"This rare film stars Orson Welles and features a dramatic recreation of a meeting between Nikola Tesla, Industrialist J.P. Morgan and Thomas Edison, that would decide the fate and future of today's Electric Power Industry in America and the world."
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Re: Welles art gets its due...

PostMon Nov 13, 2017 3:27 pm

Forgive my subject change.
May I ask if someone have the original War of The Worlds radio transmission narrated by Orson Welles ?
Keep thinking...

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Re: Welles art gets its due...

PostMon Nov 13, 2017 8:15 pm

It's there at the link I posted above, Darc.

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