WR025 – 100 Years of Orson Welles

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In an episode that will go down in infamy as the one that nearly killed the podcast, we celebrate the centennial of Orson Welles and discuss the incredible retrospective of his work at the New York Film Forum.

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Julius Caesar

The famous anti-Fascist “Julius Caesar” directed by Orson Welles in 1937

Al Hirschenfeld illustrates Orson Welles

Al Hirschfeld’s rendering of Welles directing “Julius Caesar”

War of the Worlds

Orson Welles at a press conference the morning after his “War of the Worlds” Broadcast

Orson Welles Citizen Kane

Orson Welles at the premiere of “Citizen Kane”

Third Man

Director Carol Reed and Orson Welles on “The Third Man” (1949)

Don Quixote

Orson Welles and Akim Tamiroff filming “Don Quixote”

F for Fake

Orson Welles and Elmyr De Hory on “F for Fake” (1973)

 

The Deep

Oja Kodar and Orson Welles shooting the unfinished “The Deep” (1967)

The Other Side of the Wind

Shooting the unfinished “The Other Side of the Wind” due for release in 2015.

 

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