Orson Welles


The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation Presents

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Mary V. Ahern

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Mary V. Ahern on various personalities who appeared on Omnibus including Orson Welles, Mike Nichols and Elaine May, and Carol Burnett

Steve Allen

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Steve Allen on role model Orson Welles

Donald Bellisario

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Donald Bellisario on casting Orson Wells as "Robin Masters" on Magnum, P.I. 

Dann Cahn

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Dann Cahn on working with Orson Welles in MacBeth for Republic Films

Glenn Gordon Caron

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Glenn Gordon Caron on Orson Welles introducing the classic Moonlighting episode "The Dream Sequence Always Rings Twice"

Sam Denoff

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Sam Denoff on a Hallmark Hall of Fame special, "The Man Who Came to Dinner", to star Orson Welles
Sam Denoff on the admiration Orson Welles had for Don Knotts when filming "The Man Who Came to Dinner"
Sam Denoff on a photo of him and Bill Persky with Orson Welles

Gerald Perry Finnerman

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Cinematographer Gerald Perry Finnerman on Orson Welles arriving on the set for the Moonlighting episode "The Dream Sequence Always Rings Twice"

Betty Garrett

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Betty Garrett on being part of Orson Welles' Mercury Theatre Group, and on working with Welles

Greg Garrison

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Greg Garrison on working with Orson Welles
Greg Garrison on his mentors, including Orson Welles
Greg Garrison on producing and directing NBC: The First Fifty Years, with Orson Welles and Jerry Lewis
Greg Garrison on working with Orson Welles

Eartha Kitt

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Eartha Kitt on working with Orson Welles and becoming famous in America

Don Knotts

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Don Knotts on working with Orson Welles on Hallmark Hall of Fame's "The Man Who Came to Dinner"

Richard Lewis

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Richard Lewis on doing work for Orson Welles' "Mercury Theater" on radio

Norman Lloyd

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Norman Lloyd on becoming involved with Orson Welles, John Houseman, and the Mercury Theater
Norman Lloyd on the Mercury Theatre production of "Julius Caesar," directed by Orson Welles
Norman Lloyd on Orson Welles and John Houseman's roles at the Mercury Theatre

Mitch Miller

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Mitch Miller on playing in the orchestra for Orson Welles' "Mercury Theatre" radio show

Ricardo Montalban

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Ricardo Montalban on the genesis of Fantasy Island

Nicolas Noxon

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Nicolas Noxon on Orson Welles doing narration for National Geographic Specials

Bill Persky

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Bill Persky on directing Orson Welles on "The Man Who Came to Dinner"

Abraham Polonsky

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Abraham Polonsky on moving to California, and on meeting Orson Welles

Maria Riva

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Actress Maria Riva briefly on working with Orson Welles in radio

William Schallert

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William Schallert on "Touch of Evil", a movie he was supposed to be in with Charlton Heston and Orson Welles

Bob Schiller

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Bob Schiller and Bob Weiskopf on how Orson Welles blew a Shakespeare line on I Love Lucy

Aaron Spelling

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Aaron Spelling on the network wanting to cast Orson Welles as the lead in Fantasy Island

Frank Stanton

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Frank Stanton on Orson Welles "War of the Worlds" broadcast

Marlo Thomas

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Marlo Thomas on the TV movie remake of It's a Wonderful LifeIt Happened One Christmas

Ruth Warrick

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Ruth Warrick on meeting Orson Welles and being cast in the feature film "Citizen Kane"
Ruth Warrick on acting in Orson Welles' feature film "Citizen Kane"
Ruth Warrick on acting in the feature film "Citizen Kane"
Ruth Warrick on the controversy surrounding the release of the film "Citizen Kane"

George Watters

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George Watters on working on "Touch of Evil" for Orson Welles

Dennis Weaver

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Dennis Weaver on working with Orson Welles in Touch of Evil 

Bob Weiskopf

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Bob Weiskopf on writing an episode of the radio version of The Fred Allen Show, with guest Orson Welles
Bob Schiller and Bob Weiskopf on how Orson Welles blew a Shakespeare line on I Love Lucy

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