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Acting Credits

1987
Danny's Friend

1986
Unicron

1984
Pippo

1984
Klingsor

1983
Hot Money
Sheriff Paisley

1982
Butterfly (1982)
Judge Rauch

1982
Aliens' Father

1982
Wagner and Venice (TV Show)
Richard Wagner

1981
Narrator

1981
Narrator

1981
Tales of the Klondike (TV Show)
Narrator

1980
Tajna Nikole Tesle
J.P. Morgan

1980
Shogun (1980) (TV Show)
Narrator

1980
Shogun (1980) (TV Movie)
Narrator

1980
Magnum, P.I. (1980) (TV Show)
Robin Masters

1980
The Greenstone (Short Film)
Narrator

1979
Narrator

1979
Lew Lord

1979
The New Media Bible: Book of Genesis
Narrator

1978
Narrator

1978
A Woman Called Moses (1978) (TV Movie)
Narrator

1977
Hot Tomorrows (1977)
Parklawn Mortuary

1977
It Happened One Christmas (1977) (TV Movie)
Henry F. Potter

1977
Rime of the Ancient Mariner (Short Film)
Narrator

1977
Some Call It Greed
Narrator

1976
José Estedes

1975
Rikki-Tikki-Tavi (TV Show)
Narrator, Nag, Chuchundra

1974
U. N. Owen

1974
Cassavius

1973
Great Mysteries (1973) (TV Show)
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1972
Mr. Delasandro

1972
Necromancy (1972)
Mr. Cato

1972
Long John Silver

1972
The Man Who Came to Dinner (TV Movie)
Sheridan Whiteside

1971
A Safe Place (1971)
The Magician

1971
Théo Van Horn - un multimillionnaire qui vit en despote dans sa maison

1971
London (Short Film)
Winston Churchill, George Bernard Shaw

1971
Freedom River (Short Film)
Narrator

1970
Catch-22 (1970)
Brig. Gen. Dreedle

1970
The Narrator

1970
The Deep
Russ Brewer

1970
Bresnavitch

1970
Waterloo (1970)
Louis XVIII

1970
Is It Always Right to Be Right? (Short Film)
Narrator

1970
The Golden Honeymoon (1970) (Short Film)
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1970
Upon This Rock (TV Movie)
Michelangelo

1969
12 + 1 (1969)
Maurice Markau

1969
Kampf um Rom II - Der Verrat
Justinian

1969
Chetnik Senator

1969
Plankett

1969
The Merchant of Venice (TV Movie)
Shylock

1969
Rod Serling's Night Gallery (1969) (TV Show)
Narrator

1969
To Build a Fire
Narrator

1968
Leschenhaut

1968
Tepepa (1968)
Colonel Cascorro

1968
Tiresias

1968
The Immortal Story (1968) (TV Movie)
Mr. Charles Clay

1968
Emperor Justinian

1968
The Name of the Game (1968) (TV Show)
Narrator

1967
Jonathan Lute

1967
Louis de Mozambique

1966
Consul Raoul Nordling

1965
Falstaff

1965
Akerman, Marco's Tutor

1965
La isla del tesoro
Long John Silver

1965
Treasure Island
Long John Silver

1964
Narrator

1963
Ro.Go.Pa.G. (1963)
The 'Director'

1963
The V.I.P.s (1963)
Max Buda

1962
The Trial (1962)
L'avocat

1961
King of Kings (1961)
Narrator

1961
Lafayette
Benjamin Franklin

1961
I tartari (1961)
Burundai

1960
Hagolin, Lamerciere

1960
King Saul

1960
Robert Fulton

1960
An Arabian Night (TV Movie)
Storyteller

1959
Compulsion (1959)
Jonathan Wilk

1959
Captain Hart

1959
High Journey (Short Film)
Narrator

1958
Supplemental Narrator

1958
Will Varner

1958
Cy Sedgewick

1958
The Vikings (1958)
Narrator

1958
Touch of Evil (1958)
Police Captain Hank Quinlan

1958
The Fountain of Youth (1958) (Short Film)
Host, narrator

1957
Virgil Renchler

1956
Moby Dick (1956)
Father Mapple

1955
Mr. Arkadin (1955)
Gregory Arkadin

1955
Napoléon (1955)
Sir Hudson Lowe

1955
Lord Mountdrago

1955
Moby Dick Rehearsed (TV Movie)
An Actor Manager, Father Mapple, Ahab

1955
Ford Star Jubilee (1955) (TV Show)
Oscar Jaffe

1954
Benjamin Franklin

1954
Sanin Cejador y Mengues

1953
Return to Glennascaul (1953) (Short Film)
Narrator

1953
Captain Perella, the Beast

1952
Othello (1952)

1952
Sigsbee Manderson

1952
Omnibus (1952) (TV Show)
King Lear

1950
Bayan

1949
The Third Man (1949)
Harry Lime

1948
Macbeth (1948)

1947
Michael O'Hara

1946
Narrator

1946
The Stranger (1946)
Professor Charles Rankin

1946
John Andrew MacDonald, Erik Kessler

1943
Colonel Haki

1942
Narrator

1941
Citizen Kane (1941)

1940
Opening Narrator

1939
The Green Goddess
Rajah, Narrator

1938
Too Much Johnson (1938) (Short Film)
Keystone Kop

1934
The Hearts of Age (Short Film)

Director Credits

1999
Moby Dick (Short Film)
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1993
It's All True (1993)
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1992
Don Quixote (1992)
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1985
Orson Welles' Magic Show (TV Show)
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1984
The Spirit of Charles Lindbergh (Short Film)
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1982
Orson Welles' The Dreamers
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1981
Filming 'The Trial'
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1979
The Orson Welles Show (TV Movie)
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1978
Filming 'Othello'
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1973
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1971
London (Short Film)
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1970
The Deep
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1970
The Golden Honeymoon (1970) (Short Film)
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1969
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1969
The Merchant of Venice (TV Movie)
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1968
The Immortal Story (1968) (TV Movie)
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1968
Vienna (Short Film)
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1965
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1965
Tempo (TV Show)
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1965
Treasure Island
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1964
Nella terra di Don Chisciotte (TV Show)
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1962
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1962
The Trial (1962)
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1960
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1958
Touch of Evil (1958)
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1958
The Fountain of Youth (1958) (Short Film)
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1958
Portrait of Gina (TV Movie)
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1956
Orson Welles and People (TV Movie)
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1955
Mr. Arkadin (1955)
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1955
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1955
Moby Dick Rehearsed (TV Movie)
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1955
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1955
Orson Welles' Sketch Book (1955) (TV Show)
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1952
Othello (1952)
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1950
The Miracle of St. Anne (Short Film)
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1949
Black Magic (1949)
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1948
Macbeth (1948)
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1947
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1946
The Stranger (1946)
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1943
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1941
Citizen Kane (1941)
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1939
The Green Goddess
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1938
Too Much Johnson (1938) (Short Film)
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1934
The Hearts of Age (Short Film)
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Writer Credits

2014
Something Else
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2008
F for favor (Short Film)
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2007
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2002
The Magnificent Ambersons (2002) (TV Movie)
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1999
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1999
Moby Dick (Short Film)
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1998
The Way to Santiago (1998) (Short Film)
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1997
The Big Brass Ring (Short Film)
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1997
The Hearts of Age (Short Film)
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1992
Don Quixote (1992)
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1985
Orson Welles' Magic Show (TV Show)
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1984
The Spirit of Charles Lindbergh (Short Film)
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1982
Orson Welles' The Dreamers
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1978
Filming 'Othello'
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1973
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1972
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1971
London (Short Film)
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1970
The Deep
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1970
The Golden Honeymoon (1970) (Short Film)
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1969
The Merchant of Venice (TV Movie)
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1968
The Immortal Story (1968) (TV Movie)
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1968
Vienna (Short Film)
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1965
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1965
Tempo (TV Show)
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1965
La isla del tesoro
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1965
Treasure Island
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1962
The Trial (1962)
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1958
Touch of Evil (1958)
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1958
The Fountain of Youth (1958) (Short Film)
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1958
Portrait of Gina (TV Movie)
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1956
Orson Welles and People (TV Movie)
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1955
Mr. Arkadin (1955)
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1955
Moby Dick Rehearsed (TV Movie)
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1955
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1955
Orson Welles' Sketch Book (1955) (TV Show)
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1952
Othello (1952)
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1950
The Miracle of St. Anne (Short Film)
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1949
The Third Man (1949)
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1948
Macbeth (1948)
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1947
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1947
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1946
The Stranger (1946)
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1943
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1941
Citizen Kane (1941)
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1939
The Green Goddess
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1938
Too Much Johnson (1938) (Short Film)
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1934
The Hearts of Age (Short Film)
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Posted by CraigSnyder
1
yr ago
Orson scared the nation with War of the Worlds and then scared people by selling no wine before its time for Paul Masson

Posted by Kafkask
2
yrs ago
You incorrectly list Christopher Welles as his son - Christopher is his daughter.

Posted by roxxi40L
4
yrs ago
Orson Welles and Marie McDonald enounter was in Sept. 1947, was`nt one of a romantic nature.

Posted by roxxi40L
4
yrs ago
Orson Welles and Lucille Ball met orignally in 1939. Where Mr. Welles was contacted by RKO Studio`s to due 2 Films for them. The second Film was The Smiler With The Knife RKO declined the film project becuase they lacked faith in Lucille Ball`s ability to carry the leading lady Role. In 1956 Orson Welles Guest starred on one of The I Love Lucy Shows and he also began Filming a projected Plot For Desilu. The studio owned by Lucille Ball, her Husband Desi Arnaz, who had recently purchased the former RKO studios. The Film was The Fountain Of Youth , Based on a true story by John Collier. Originally deemed not viable as a pilot,the Film was`nt aired until 1958. It won the Peabody Award for excellence. Lucy and Orson (E)1939-1958 (working relationship).

Posted by RebelEd
4
yrs ago
(George) Orson Welles made the prototype of the modern American film with Citizen Hearst (sorry: Kane) in his early 20s. He is a genius who was partly consumed by his own success, but the film world will forever reap from his innovations. He must have been like The Brain, occasionally roaring in his double-base voice; THINGS WILL BE DIFFERENT WHEN I TAKE OVER THE WORLD!

Posted by Ian Krumholtz
5
yrs ago
Orson wells was denied entry into hollywood`s elite` because he was not jewish, his life destroyed by jealous people who could not stand his talent or genius, the same thing happened to Geroge Lucas.

5
yrs ago
Orson Welles was a plenteous and diverse creative talent who was simply too ambitious, creative, stubborn and daring for Hollywood filmmaking; he was truly one of the few American-born directors that monumentally mattered during his lifetime, and despite the ruination of a few of his films, Welles still contains one of the most eminent and fascinating resumes of any filmmaker to have ever lived.

6
yrs ago
Rosebud.

Posted by Jigglypuff67
6
yrs ago
I love you so much Orson! You were such a genius! And boy, were you handsome in your youth!

Posted by Jigglypuff67
6
yrs ago
Okay: DO NOT BELEIVE IN THIS MITCH MILLER THING!!! Welles was not gay, everybody. This is all a misunderstanding.

Posted by BerryCreamy
6
yrs ago
Nobody`s edited this ? Come on! Welles wasn`t gay! If you can take Ellen off of Gillian Anderson`s page, you can surly take Mitch Miller off of here! Please, for the love of God, TAKE HIM OFF!!!!!!!

Posted by Jigglypuff67
6
yrs ago
Okay, somebody can take Mitch Miller out of here now, please.

Posted by Jigglypuff67
6
yrs ago
lol Orson wasnt gay. Somebody got to fix that...

Posted by BerryCreamy
6
yrs ago
What?! What on earth is Mitch Miller doing here?! Welles was anything but gay. Please update this profile.

Posted by bob
7
yrs ago
that maralyn monroe girls not bad

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George Orson Welles (ˈwɛlz; May 6, 1915 – October 10, 1985) was an American actor, director, writer and producer who worked in theater, radio and film. He is best remembered for his innovative work in all three media: in theatre, most notably Caesar (1937), a groundbreaking Broadway adaptation of Julius Caesar; in radio, the debut of the Mercury Theatre, whose The War of the Worlds (1938), is one of the most famous broadcasts in the history of radio; and in film, Citizen Kane (1941), consistently ranked as one of the all-time greatest films.

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