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|The. Radio. Show. that. Frightened. Thousands. (cont.) Reader 2: Families in |
New Jersey were glued to their radio sets. Reader 1: Martians had landed on
Earth and were blasting the crowd around them with deadly heat-rays. Reader 4:
|A five-year publicity campaign of jumbo proportions had already amply |
acquainted them with Orson Welles, the child prodigy and boy wonder. In print
and by radio they had been told how he knew Shakespeare at 3, baffled sages at
|TERROR. PLAYS. ARE. ORSON. WELLES'S. MEAT. AT 22, ORSON WELLES |
WAS RADIO'S "SHADOW Though it was Orson Welles, the radio director (right),
who crashed the front pages with the story of the month, Orson Welles, the stage
|On location beside the lake in Central Park, Tuesday Weld studies Orson Welles, |
trying to discover the true meaning of "class." filming of A Safe Place. No, this is
real, and Welles is laughing. He walks over to the camera and the rapturous crew
|eeS. m. Orson. Welles. frolics. at. famous. Mardi. Gras. By far the biggest frolic in |
all Latin America is Rio de Janeiro's annual Carnaval which runs from the
Saturday to the Mardi Gras (Fat Tuesday) before Ash Wednesday, which begins
|Welles often sat in the dark in a lounger watching television — but rarely seeing |
movies. When out in public, he didn't ... The script had been published, modestly,
in 1987, as a work by Orson Welles "with Oja Kodar." It has an afterword that ...
|THE. ORSON. WELLES. HOUSE. It. is mid-December. The Soundmachine's |
royalties has shriveled and dried out. I am out of money. I get a call to mix sound
on a porn film. I take it. The location is a mansion in Hollywood on Stanley Street.
|Legislative. Bungle. Handcuffs. Landlords. Holtzman. Helpers. Huddle. Were all |
created equal. After that,baby,you'fe on your own. Nobody's. ORSON WELLES
MAY BE advertising WABC radio, but it's doubtful whether he's heard much of it.
|Orson Welles (New York: Viking Press, 1972), p. 43. 3. Freud sees this |
characteristic as signalling an infantile fixation in the "'cannibalistic' or 'oral' phase
, during which the original attachment of sexuality to the nutritional instincts still ...
|Everybody's Shakespeare: three plays edited for reading and arranged for |
staging bv Roger Hill and Orson Welles. Woodstock, 111., The Todd press [
c19341 28, 64, 64 p., 1 1., 61 p. front, (facslm.) illus. 26cm. Illustrated lining-
papers in color.