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Ultimately this is McKay's show. He gives an electrifying performance at the center of a movie that while it is about Welles efforts to put on Julius Caesar is a charming, funny and swift-paced joy; but unfortunately it also has to make space for Zac Efron and his own storyline and there-in lie the flaws.

How you market this i don't know! I can't imagine Efron fans getting excited about a film set in the s about the creation of an historic theatrical production staged by a man who's been dead for 25 years!

And on the flipside i nearly didn't see it because i dismissed it, on first awareness, as a Zac Efron movie and so not for me. Only on a second invitation did i notice it was directed by Linklater always interesting, if not always successful which charged my want to see it.

Ultimately though if you want to see it because you're an Efron fan, well go see it because your guy's in it and because you'll get to see something a bit different from what you're used it.

And maybe you'll like it. If you're not an Efron fan, never fear, you can all but forget he's there and just enjoy Linklater at his breezy best and the best performance of Welles on screen since the great man departed this earth and took possession of McKay!

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While much was shot for these projects, none of them was completed. All of them were eventually released by the Filmmuseum München.

In , Welles narrated the short-lived television series Scene of the Crime. During the early years of Magnum, P. Welles's death forced this minor character to largely be written out of the series.

In an oblique homage to Welles, the Magnum, P. The song was performed with the Nick Perito Orchestra and the Ray Charles Singers and produced by Jerry Abbott father of guitarist " Dimebag Darrell " Abbott.

The last film roles before Welles's death included voice work in the animated films Enchanted Journey and The Transformers: The Movie , in which he played the planet-eating robot Unicron.

His last film appearance was in Henry Jaglom 's independent film Someone to Love , released two years after his death but produced before his voice-over in Transformers: The Movie.

His last television appearance was on the television show Moonlighting. He recorded an introduction to an episode entitled "The Dream Sequence Always Rings Twice", which was partially filmed in black and white.

The episode aired five days after his death and was dedicated to his memory. In the mids, Henry Jaglom taped lunch conversations with Welles at Los Angeles's Ma Maison as well as in New York.

Edited transcripts of these sessions appear in Peter Biskind 's book My Lunches With Orson: Conversations Between Henry Jaglom and Orson Welles.

Orson Welles and Chicago-born actress and socialite Virginia Nicolson — were married on November 14, They openly appeared together in New York while Welles was directing the Mercury stage production Native Son.

Their relationship came to an end due, among other things, to Welles's infidelities. Welles married Rita Hayworth on September 7, The couple began a passionate affair, and they were married at her parents' insistence.

Croatian-born artist and actress Oja Kodar became Welles's longtime companion both personally and professionally from onward, and they lived together for some of the last 20 years of his life.

Welles had three daughters from his marriages: Christopher Welles Feder born March 27, , with Virginia Nicolson ; [e] [24] : Rebecca Welles Manning December 17, — October 17, , [] with Rita Hayworth ; and Beatrice Welles born November 13, , with Paola Mori.

Welles is thought to have had a son, British director Michael Lindsay-Hogg born May 5, , with Irish actress Geraldine Fitzgerald , then the wife of Sir Edward Lindsay-Hogg, 4th baronet.

Lindsay-Hogg knew Welles, worked with him in the theatre and met him at intervals throughout Welles's life.

In his autobiography, Lindsay-Hogg reported that his questions were resolved by his mother's close friend Gloria Vanderbilt , who wrote that Fitzgerald had told her that Welles was his father.

After the death of Rebecca Welles Manning, a man named Marc McKerrow was revealed to be her son—and therefore a direct descendant of Orson Welles and Rita Hayworth.

McKerrow's reactions to the revelation and his meeting with Oja Kodar are documented in the film Prodigal Sons. In the s, Welles had a brief relationship with Maila Nurmi , who became pregnant; since Welles was at the time married to Hayworth, Nurmi gave the child up for adoption.

Despite an urban legend promoted by Welles, [f] [g] he was not related to Abraham Lincoln 's wartime Secretary of the Navy, Gideon Welles.

The myth dates back to the first newspaper feature ever written about Welles—"Cartoonist, Actor, Poet and only 10"—in the February 19, , issue of The Capital Times.

The article falsely states that he was descended from "Gideon Welles, who was a member of President Lincoln's cabinet". Peter Noble's biography describes Welles as "a magnificent figure of a man, over six feet tall, handsome, with flashing eyes and a gloriously resonant speaking-voice".

Even as a baby, Welles was prone to illness, including diphtheria , measles , whooping cough , and malaria. From infancy he suffered from asthma , sinus headaches, and backache [22] : 8 that was later found to be caused by congenital anomalies of the spine.

Foot and ankle trouble throughout his life was the result of flat feet. In , at age 13, Welles was already more than six feet tall 1. By summer , when he was 34, his weight had crept up to a stout pounds kg.

In , he ballooned from to pounds to kg. After , he remained permanently obese. When Peter Bogdanovich once asked him about his religion, Welles gruffly replied that it was none of his business, then misinformed him that he was raised Catholic.

Although the Welles family was no longer devout, it was fourth-generation Protestant Episcopalian and, before that, Quaker and Puritan.

The funeral of Welles's father, Richard H. Welles, was Episcopalian. In April , when interviewer Merv Griffin asked him about his religious beliefs, Welles replied, "I try to be a Christian.

I don't pray really, because I don't want to bore God. Welles replied, "Please tell him I really appreciate that offer, but I am an atheist.

Welles was politically active from the beginning of his career. He remained aligned with the left throughout his life, [] and always defined his political orientation as " progressive ".

He was an outspoken critic of racism in the United States and the practice of segregation. Roosevelt and the New Deal and often spoke out on radio in support of progressive politics.

Wallace for the Progressive Party , later describing Wallace as "a prisoner of the Communist Party. He wasn't alone.

During a appearance on The Dick Cavett Show , Welles claimed to have met Hitler while hiking in Austria with a teacher who was a "budding Nazi ".

He said that Hitler made no impression on him at all and does not remember him. He said that he had no personality at all: "He was invisible.

There was nothing there until there were 5, people yelling sieg heil. For several years, he wrote a newspaper column on political issues and considered running for the U.

Senate in , representing his home state of Wisconsin—a seat that was ultimately won by Joseph McCarthy. Welles's political activities were reported on pages — of Red Channels , the anti-Communist publication that, in part, fueled the already flourishing Hollywood Blacklist.

In , Welles narrated but did not write a satirical political record on the rise of President Richard Nixon titled The Begatting of the President.

He was a lifelong member of the International Brotherhood of Magicians and the Society of American Magicians. On the evening of October 9, , Welles recorded his final interview on syndicated TV program The Merv Griffin Show , appearing with biographer Barbara Leaming.

Welles died sometime on the morning of October 10, following a heart attack. Welles was cremated by prior agreement with the executor of his estate, Greg Garrison , [22] : whose advice about making lucrative TV appearances in the s made it possible for Welles to pay off a portion of the taxes he owed the IRS.

Only a few close friends were invited: Garrison, Graver, Roger Hill [69] : and Prince Alessandro Tasca di Cuto. Chris Welles Feder later described the funeral as an awful experience.

A public memorial tribute [22] : took place November 2, , at the Directors Guild of America Theater in Los Angeles.

Host Peter Bogdanovich introduced speakers including Charles Champlin , Geraldine Fitzgerald, Greg Garrison, Charlton Heston, Roger Hill, Henry Jaglom, Arthur Knight , Oja Kodar, Barbara Leaming, Janet Leigh , Norman Lloyd, Dan O'Herlihy , Patrick Terrail and Robert Wise.

He wanted no memorial services But if the while I think on thee, dear friend, All losses are restored and sorrows end. Welles's reliance on self-production meant that many of his later projects were filmed piecemeal or were not completed.

Welles financed his later projects through his own fundraising activities. He often also took on other work to obtain money to fund his own films.

In the mids, Welles began work on Don Quixote , initially a commission from CBS television. Welles expanded the film to feature length, developing the screenplay to take Quixote and Sancho Panza into the modern age.

Filming stopped with the death of Francisco Reiguera , the actor playing Quixote, in Orson Welles continued editing the film into the early s.

At the time of his death, the film remained largely a collection of footage in various states of editing. The project and, more important, Welles's conception of the project changed radically over time.

A version Oja Kodar supervised, with help from Jess Franco, assistant director during production, was released in to poor reviews.

Frederick Muller, the film editor for The Trial , Chimes at Midnight, and the CBS Special Orson Bag, worked on editing three reels of the original, unadulterated version.

When asked in by a journalist of Time Out for his opinion, he said that he felt that if released without image re-editing but with the addition of ad hoc sound and music, it probably would have been rather successful.

In , Welles was given a TV commission to film a condensed adaptation of The Merchant of Venice. In , Welles began shooting The Other Side of the Wind.

The film relates the efforts of a film director played by John Huston to complete his last Hollywood picture and is largely set at a lavish party. In director Peter Bogdanovich , who acted in the film, announced his intention to complete the production.

On October 28, , Los Angeles-based production company Royal Road Entertainment announced it had negotiated an agreement, with the assistance of producer Frank Marshall , and would purchase the rights to complete and release The Other Side of the Wind.

Bogdanovich and Marshall planned to complete Welles's nearly finished film in Los Angeles, aiming to have it ready for screening May 6, , the th anniversary of Welles's birth.

They reached an agreement with Oja Kodar, who inherited Welles's ownership of the film, and Beatrice Welles, manager of the Welles estate; [] but at the end of , efforts to complete the film were at an impasse.

In March , Netflix acquired distribution rights to the film. On November 2, , the film debuted in select theaters and on Netflix , forty-eight years after principal photography began.

Some footage is included in the documentaries Working with Orson Welles , Orson Welles: One Man Band , and most extensively They'll Love Me When I'm Dead Too Much Johnson is a comedy film written and directed by Welles.

Designed as the cinematic aspect of Welles's Mercury Theatre stage presentation of William Gillette 's comedy, the film was not completely edited or publicly screened.

Too Much Johnson was considered a lost film until August , with news reports that a pristine print had been discovered in Italy in A copy restored by the George Eastman House museum was scheduled to premiere October 9, , at the Pordenone Silent Film Festival , with a U.

Produced by Bruce Goldstein and adapted and directed by Allen Lewis Rickman , it featured the Film Forum Players with live piano.

Heart of Darkness was Welles's projected first film, in It was planned in extreme detail and some test shots were filmed; the footage is now lost. It was planned to be entirely shot in long takes from the point of view of the narrator, Marlow , who would be played by Welles; his reflection would occasionally be seen in the window as his boat sailed down river.

The project was abandoned because it could not be delivered on budget, and Citizen Kane was made instead. Santa was adapted from the novel by Mexican writer Federico Gamboa.

Welles made a correction of the script in 13 extraordinary sequences. The film was a movie version of the novel by the same name by Calder Marshall.

Welles planned to shoot in Mexico, but the Mexican government had to approve the story, and this never occurred.

In , Welles received the support of Bishop Fulton Sheen for a retelling of the life of Christ, to be set in the American West in the s. After filming of Citizen Kane was complete, [] Welles, Perry Ferguson , and Gregg Toland scouted locations in Baja California and Mexico.

Welles wrote a screenplay with dialogue from the Gospels of Mark, Matthew, and Luke. Welles did not originally want to direct It's All True , a documentary about South America, but after its abandonment by RKO, he spent much of the s attempting to buy the negative of his material from RKO, so that he could edit and release it in some form.

The footage remained unseen in vaults for decades, and was assumed lost. Over 50 years later, some but not all of the surviving material saw release in the documentary It's All True: Based on an Unfinished Film by Orson Welles.

In , Welles wrote the first-draft script of Monsieur Verdoux , a film that he also intended to direct. Charlie Chaplin initially agreed to star in it, but later changed his mind, citing never having been directed by someone else in a feature before.

Chaplin bought the film rights and made the film himself in , with some changes. The final film credits Chaplin with the script, "based on an idea by Orson Welles".

Welles spent around nine months around —48 co-writing the screenplay for Cyrano de Bergerac along with Ben Hecht , a project Welles was assigned to direct for Alexander Korda.

He began scouting for locations in Europe whilst filming Black Magic , but Korda was short of money, so sold the rights to Columbia pictures, who eventually dismissed Welles from the project, and then sold the rights to United Artists , who in turn made a film version in , which was not based on Welles's script.

After Welles's elaborate musical stage version of this Jules Verne novel, encompassing 38 different sets, went live in , Welles shot some test footage in Morocco in for a film version.

The footage was never edited, funding never came through, and Welles abandoned the project. Nine years later, the stage show's producer Mike Todd made his own award-winning film version of the book.

Moby Dick—Rehearsed was a film version of Welles's London meta-play, starring Gordon Jackson , Christopher Lee , Patrick McGoohan , and with Welles as Ahab.

Using bare, minimalist sets, Welles alternated between a cast of nineteenth-century actors rehearsing a production of Moby Dick , with scenes from Moby Dick itself.

Kenneth Williams , a cast member who was apprehensive about the entire project, recorded in his autobiography that Welles's dim, atmospheric stage lighting made some of the footage so dark as to be unwatchable.

The entire play was filmed, but is now presumed lost. This was made during one weekend at the Hackney Empire theater.

The producers of Histoires extraordinaires , a anthology film based on short stories by Edgar Allan Poe , announced in June that Welles would direct one segment based on both " Masque of the Red Death " and " The Cask of Amontillado " for the omnibus film.

Welles withdrew in September and was replaced. The script, written in English by Welles and Oja Kodar, is in the Filmmuseum Munchen collection.

This Monty Python -esque spoof in which Welles plays all but one of the characters including two characters in drag , was made around —9.

Welles intended this completed sketch to be one of several items in a television special on London. Welles wrote two screenplays for Treasure Island in the s, and was eager to seek financial backing to direct it.

His plan was to film it in Spain in concert with Chimes at Midnight. Welles intended to play the part of Long John Silver.

He wanted Keith Baxter to play Doctor Livesey and John Gielgud to take on the role of Squire Trelawney. Australian-born child actor Fraser MacIntosh The Boy Cried Murder , then years old, was cast as Jim Hawkins and flown to Spain for the shoot, which would have been directed by Jess Franco.

About 70 percent of the Chimes at Midnight cast would have had roles in Treasure Island. However, funding for the project fell through. Jeeves was further rewritten, and formed the basis of the film version directed by John Hough , in which Welles played Long John Silver.

The Deep , an adaptation of Charles Williams 's Dead Calm , was entirely set on two boats and shot mostly in close-ups. It was filmed off the coasts of Yugoslavia and the Bahamas between and , with all but one scene completed.

It was originally planned as a commercially viable thriller, to show that Welles could make a popular, successful film.

It was abandoned altogether in , perhaps due to the death of its star Laurence Harvey. In a interview, Oja Kodar blamed Welles's failure to complete the film on Jeanne Moreau's refusal to participate in its dubbing.

Dune , an early attempt at adapting Frank Herbert 's sci-fi novel by Chilean film director Alejandro Jodorowsky , was to star Welles as the evil Baron Vladimir Harkonnen.

Jodorowsky had personally chosen Welles for the role, but the planned film never advanced past pre-production. Hugh Hefner and Bogdanovich's then-partner Cybill Shepherd were both attached to the project as producers, with Hefner providing finance through his Playboy productions.

However, both Hefner and Shepherd became convinced that Bogdanovich himself would be a more commercially viable director than Welles, and insisted that Bogdanovich take over.

Since Bogdanovich was also in need of work after a series of box office flops, he agreed. When the film was finally made in by Bogdanovich and Hefner but without Welles or Shepherd's participation , Welles felt betrayed and according to Bogdanovich the two "drifted apart a bit".

After the success of his film Filming Othello made for West German television, and mostly consisting of a monolog to the camera, Welles began shooting scenes for this follow-up film, but never completed it.

The footage was kept by Welles's cinematographer Gary Graver , who donated it to the Munich Film Museum, which then pieced it together with Welles's trailer for the film, into an minute film which is occasionally screened at film festivals.

Written by Welles with Oja Kodar, The Big Brass Ring was adapted and filmed by director George Hickenlooper in partnership with writer F.

Both the Welles script and the film center on a U. During the last years of his life, Welles struggled to get financing for the planned film; however, his efforts at casting Jack Nicholson , Robert Redford , Warren Beatty , Clint Eastwood , Burt Reynolds and Paul Newman as the main character were unsuccessful.

All of the actors turned down the role for various reasons. In , Welles wrote the screenplay for a film he planned to direct, an autobiographical drama about the staging of The Cradle Will Rock.

However, Welles was unable to acquire funding. Tim Robbins later directed a similar film , but it was not based on Welles's script.

At the time of his death, Welles was in talks with a French production company to direct a film version of the Shakespeare play King Lear , in which he would also play the title role.

Ada or Ardor: A Family Chronicle was an adaptation of Vladimir Nabokov 's novel. Welles flew to Paris to discuss the project personally with the Russian author.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. American actor, director, writer and producer. This article is about the American actor and filmmaker.

For the Massachusetts businessman Orson Wells, see Wells House North Adams, Massachusetts. For the spider, see Orsonwelles. For the crater on Mars, see Orson Welles crater.

Welles in , photographed by Carl Van Vechten. Kenosha, Wisconsin , U. Los Angeles, California , U. Actor director producer screenwriter. Virginia Nicolson married — Rita Hayworth married — Paola Mori married — Welles's birthplace in Kenosha, Wisconsin Main article: Orson Welles theatre credits.

Macbeth Horse Eats Hat Faustus Macbeth Jack Carter , left with the Murderers in Macbeth Houseman left and Welles at a rehearsal of Horse Eats Hat At age 22 Welles was Broadway's youngest impresario — producing, directing and starring in an adaptation of Julius Caesar that broke all performance records for the play Welles as the octogenarian Captain Shotover in the Mercury Theatre production of Heartbreak House , on the cover of Time May 9, Main article: Mercury Theatre.

Main article: Orson Welles radio credits. Main articles: The Mercury Theatre on the Air , The War of the Worlds radio drama , and The Campbell Playhouse radio series.

Citizen Kane Welles in Citizen Kane Canada Lee as Bigger Thomas in Native Son Main article: Citizen Kane. Main article: The Magnificent Ambersons film.

Main article: Journey into Fear film. Main article: It's All True film. Welles performs a card trick for Carl Sandburg before the War Bond drive broadcast I Pledge America August Welles and Col.

Arthur I. Ennis, head of the public relations branch of the Army Air Forces , discuss plans for the CBS Radio series Ceiling Unlimited October Welles leaves his Army physical after being judged unfit for military service May 6, Main article: The Mercury Wonder Show.

Welles introduced Vice President Henry A. Wallace at a Madison Square Garden rally advocating a fourth term for President Franklin D.

Roosevelt September 21, Transcription disc label for a Command Performance broadcast featuring Welles May 17, [92]. Main article: The Stranger film.

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Main article: The Trial film. Main article: Chimes at Midnight. Play media. Welles and Virginia Nicolson Welles with their daughter Christopher Marlowe Welles Wedding of Welles and Rita Hayworth , with best man Joseph Cotten September 7, Paola Mori and Welles, days before their marriage May Main article: Don Quixote unfinished film.

Main article: The Merchant of Venice film. Main article: The Other Side of the Wind. Main article: Orson Welles filmography.

Main article: Orson Welles discography. The National Board of Review recognized both Welles and George Coulouris for their performances in Citizen Kane , which was also voted the year's best film.

Welles had changed the spelling of his surname by the time of the Federal Census, when he was living at Rudolphsheim , the Kenosha mansion built by his mother Mary Head Wells and her second husband, Frederick Gottfredsen.

Navy service members, Welles says, "My great-granduncle was Gideon Welles, Secretary of the Navy in Lincoln's cabinet". Lucille Ball AFRS broadcast, May 3, , France notes the inscription on the plaque: "Ronda.

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