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ORSON WELLES

BIRTH 100th ANNIVERSARY (May 6 1915), DEATH 30th ANNIVERSARY (October 10 1985)

THE WAR OF THE WORLDS 77th ANNIVERSARY ONE’S MEDIA AUDIO AND VIDEO COLLECTION BOX SET

2 BOX SET - 18 DISCS (10 DVD VIDEO 8 mp3 CD)

The War of the Worlds is an episode of the American radio drama anthology series The Mercury Theatre on the Air. It was performed as a Halloween episode of the series on October 30, 1938, and aired over the Columbia Broadcasting System radio network. Directed and narrated by actor and future filmmaker Orson Welles, the episode was an adaptation of H. G. Wells's novel The War of the Worlds (1898). The first two thirds of the 60-minute broadcast were presented as a series of simulated news bulletins, which suggested to many listeners that an actual alien invasion by Martians was currently in progress. Compounding the issue was the fact that the Mercury Theatre on the Air was a sustaining show (it ran without commercial breaks), adding to the program's realism. Although there were sensationalist accounts in the press about a supposed panic in response to the broadcast, the precise extent of listener response has been debated. In the days following the adaptation, however, there was widespread outrage and panic by certain listeners, who had believed the events described in the program were real. The program's news-bulletin format was described as cruelly deceptive by some newspapers and public figures, leading to an outcry against the perpetrators of the broadcast. Despite these complaints, or perhaps in part because of them--the episode secured Welles' fame as a dramatist.

This collection of audio and video celebrates the 77th anniversary of the most famous 1938 radio broadcast, the Orson Welles Mercury Theater production, "The War of the World"

Here some of the contents from this collection:

The War of the Worlds (1953) Collector Edition  (85 Minutes)

Based on H.G. Wells' classic novel, George Pal's The War Of The Worlds is a classic in its own right. The movie transfers the story from England and the turn of the century to California and the 1950's. Some people see the paranoia of the '50s in the movie but the novel also had a strong theme of fear of things beyond our ken. Pal often included a religious theme in his movies and this film would have been better without it, but it does not detract from the movie enough to keep it from being a classic. The story is that of an invasion of Earth by coldly intelligent Martians. Told in clear, bold strokes with exceptional special effects (for the time) and fine performances by the two leads, Gene Barry and Ann Robinson, The War Of The Worlds should be in every collection of science fiction movies. The DVD transfer is excellent. The picture is sharp and clear. The color is strong and rich, as Technicolor should be. The picture resolution is so good that you can easily see the wires supporting the Martian war machines. The sound does not measure up to the standard of the video. This is a brand new regular retail edition, fantastic quality.

"Studio One" The Night America Trembled (9 September 1957) (60 Minutes)

Like the later 1975 telefilm The Night That Panicked America, this is a dramatisation of the events of October 30th 1938, when Orson Welles scared a nation witless with his adaptation of The War of the Worlds. However, this is a virtually unknown gem of a production dating back to 1957. Made for the renowned weekly anthology series "Studio One", it is a really extraordinary 50 minutes of live television, featuring an incredible cast of soon to be major movie and television stars and a very accurate re-enactment of the broadcast.

The program starts with a filmed introduction (the Studio One broadcasts generally went out live except for these pre-recorded interludes) of a car careering through the night while the radio reports poisonous gas attacks. The car fails to take a tight turn and comes to an abrupt halt against a wall. As the wheels spin on the wreck, we move to the studio setting and an introduction from Edward R Murrow.

Edward R Rurrow.In what must have surely been a deliberate fine touch, Murrow is the absolutely perfect choice to host this production, since during the second world war, he had become famous for his pioneering on the spot news reports from Austria and Czechoslovakia. In was in this tense atmosphere that Welles made his broadcast, and it is fair to say that this underlying fear of the Nazi menace contributed greatly to the intensity of the panic. Murrow (click here to hear him) touches on this very point in his introduction.

The Night America Trembled begins.We move next to the CBS radio studio (in a curious co-incidence the original broadcast also came from a "studio one") where the Mercury Theatre players are rehearsing The War Of The Worlds. Here we meet the cast and crew, though most interestingly, this re-enactment is missing one key element in the person of Orson Welles. His name is completely and glaringly absent. He appears neither in the cast of characters in the studio, nor is he mentioned by name by Murrow. He is just "the director" or "the host". It is a curious omission, but considering Welles tempestuous nature, it is not unreasonable to conclude that he himself had himself expunged from the dramatisation. It should however be noted that no one in the cast is explicitly named and so this theory is offered without firm evidence.

It is however quite fun to try and work out from the cast list, and the delivery of lines, just who is who. This is made more difficult by the fact there seem to be some composite roles. Robert Blackburn takes on the roll of "the director", in that his character is very much the driving force in the studio, but the famous closing speech of the original broadcast, in which Welles reassured the nation that whole thing had been a Halloween spoof, his read out by "the host", played by Alexander Scourby. Just to confuse things even more, and going by his other dialogue, Scourby is also essentially taking the role of Frank Readick, who played the reporter Carl Phillips. Scourby is another great piece of casting, since he has a very commanding voice, such that he went on to become synonymous with an epic reading of the Bible. The perfect voice then to commentate on the end of the world.

The Night America Trembled.Confusing or not, the actual script is extremely faithful to the original broadcast, right down to the use of the original orchestral arrangements. You get the impression that someone on this production had some first hand experience either of the actual War of the Worlds broadcast, or at the very least, of this period in broadcasting history. It's a great piece of work, and captures the infectious air of mischief that is said to have permeated the studio that night. Alas, we do only get the first half of the broadcast re-enacted, and much of the material that would have been read by Welles is missing or only hinted at, but this does not really detract from the performances and the authentic feeling of realism.

Between the scenes in the studio and further interludes of explanation from Murrow, we are treated to a number of short stories in the outside world. In one, students at a card game become gradually enthralled and then terrified by the broadcast. Look out here for a very young looking Warren Beatty. In another, a babysitter becomes hysterical at the horror she is hearing, such that the concerned parents rush home to find out what is happening. One of the concerned parents is none other than James, or in this case "Jim" Coburn, again looking unfeasibly youthful. Other scenes are set in a bar, a newspaper office and a police station. Interestingly, during those scenes in the police station, which is realistically getting bombarded with frantic calls, the harassed and exasperated policeman insists several times that there is no such place as Grover's Mill. Of course as students of the broadcast will know, there most certainly was and is, a real Grover's Mill. Look out also in the cast for Warren Oates, Edward Asner and John Astin.

There is little available information about the director Tom Donovan, other than that he directed a number of other anthology shows of the time such as Playhouse 90 and The Dupont Show of the Month, but working from a great script, he certainly does a polished job in combining all the elements together, capturing the growing sense of panic and confusion that was spreading throughout America. Written by Nelson Bond, this was either another example of serendipity, or again the unknown hand of a genius at bringing together exactly the right people for the job in hand. Bond was a prolific writer for radio in the 1940's. He wrote an incredible 46 half hour crime dramas for the ABC series Hot Copy during the 1943-44 season and any number of other episodes for shows such as the Ford Theatre, Mystery On The Air and Dimension X. His script for The Night America Trembled brought Studio One the highest ratings in its history. Quality is not the best, but acceptable.

The Night That Panicked America (31 October 1975)  TV Show (96 Minutes)

The Night That Panicked America is an American made-for-television movie that was originally broadcast on the ABC network on October 31, 1975. The movie dramatizes events surrounding Orson Welles' famous - and infamous - War of the Worlds radio broadcast (based on the novel of the same name by English author H.G. Wells) of October 30, 1938, which had led some Americans to believe that an invasion of Martians was occurring in New Jersey.
The Night That Panicked America tells the story of the 1938 broadcast from the point of view of Welles and his associates as they create the broadcast live, as well as from the points of view of a number of different fictional American families, in a variety of locations and from a variety of social classes, who listened to the broadcast and believed the imaginary Martian invasion was actually occurring, with some people even committing suicide.
The movie starred, among others, Michael Constantine, Meredith Baxter-Birney, Tom Bosley, Eileen Brennan, Vic Morrow, Will Geer, and John Ritter. Paul Shenar played Orson Welles.
Some local stations in various areas of the United States have annually rebroadcast this made-for-TV movie on October 30, the anniversary of the original radio broadcast or on October 31, which is Halloween. The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction praised the film's recreation of events in the radio studio, but was unimpressed by its depiction of the resulting panic, calling it "a routine disaster movie with hackneyed characters reacting in predictable ways."
The film has never been issued on home video in any format.
The Welles broadcast and the reaction to it had earlier been dramatized in The Night America Trembled, a live presentation that aired on Studio One (September 9, 1957). The cast of this top-rated TV recreation of Welles' radio broadcast included Alexander Scourby, Ed Asner and Warren Oates. James Coburn made his television debut, and John Astin appeared uncredited as a reporter. In one of his earliest acting roles, Warren Beatty appeared in the bit part of a card-playing college student. Quality is not the best, but acceptable.

DVD TITLES LIST:
War of the Worlds (1953)
The Night America Trembled (1957)
The Night That Panicked America (1975)
How Orson Welles Panicked a Nation (1988)
The Paris Interview (1960)
AFI: A Tribute to Orson Welles (1975)
With Orson Welles (1989)
Orson Welles on Films
H.G Wells and the War of the Worlds
100 Years of Terror
War of the Worlds Scandal
Invasion from Mars
ATT War of the Worlds
Studio One
The Day After Interviews
Woody Allen Radio Days


MP3 CD:

War of the World Old Time Radio Disc 1
1938 10 30 War of the Worlds Broadcast
1938 10 31 Orson Welles Press Conference 1938 10 31
1940 10 28 HG Wells Meets Orson Welles
1949 War of the Worlds in Quito Ecuador - Don Moore
1949 War of the Worlds in Quito Ecuador - Xavier Almeida
1953 War of the Worlds Film Soundtrack
1955 02 08 Lux Radio Theater War of the Worlds
1965 War of the Worlds KPEN San Francisco
1967 06 09 War of the Worlds British Drama
1967 06 16 War of the Worlds British Drama
1967 06 23 War of the Worlds British Drama
1967 06 30 War of the Worlds British Drama
1967 07 07 War of the Worlds British Drama
1967 07 14 War of the Worlds British Drama
1968 10 31 War of the World WKBW Radio Buffalo, NY
1968 War of the Worlds Plus 30
1971 10 30 War of the World WKBW Radio Buffalo, NY (Reply with intro)
1973 10 30 War of the World WKBW Radio Buffalo, NY (1973 Version)
1978 11 03 Orson Welles Recalls The War Of The Worlds Broadcast
1988 10 10 War of The Worlds Larry Gassman Howard Koch
1988 10 14 War of The Worlds John Gassman Norman Corwin
1988 10 20 War of The Worlds John and Larry Gassman with Bob Kemp of Grovers Mill New Jersey
1988 10 22 War of The Worlds John and Larry Gassman with Nick Skrembelos and Radio Director Bob Steel
1988 10 24 War of The Worlds John Gassman Steve Allen
1988 10 27 War of The Worlds Current Affair. Fox News TV
1988 10 28 War of The Worlds CBS Morning News TV
1988 10 30 The War of The Worlds 50th Anniversary Pt 1 of 2 NPR
1988 10 30 The War of The Worlds 50th Anniversary Pt 2 of 2 NPR

War of the World Old Time Radio Disc 2
1988 10 30 John and Larry Gassman War of the Worlds special on its 50th anniversary
1988 10 30 The Night The Martians Landed WGBH Boston and NPR
1988 10 30 War of The Worlds 50th Anniversary Special - Jeff Green
1988 10 30 War of The Worlds Dick Joy
1988 10 30 War of The Worlds Larry Gassman Scott Simon
1988 10 30 War of The Worlds Promo 1 Jason Robards
1988 10 30 War of The Worlds Promo 2 Jason Robards
1988 10 30 War of The Worlds Promo Dan Haefele KPCC Pasadena
1988 10 30 War of The Worlds Promo John And Larry Gassman for KPCC Pasadena
1988 10 30 War of The Worlds Promo Steve Allen
1988 10 30 War of The Worlds Promo Teri Gross
1988 Orson Welles Theatre of the Imagination
1988 War of the Worlds 50th Anniversary
2000 War Of The Worlds Pt 1 of 2 Ziplow Productions
2000 War Of The Worlds Pt 2 of 2 Ziplow Productions
2005 06 23 Last Surviving Cast Member William Herz
2008 War of the World - Empire Radio Theater
2008 War of the Worlds - Radio Lab
LA Theater Works - War of the Worlds - Star Trek Cast
This is Orson Welles - Orson Welles Interview 01
This is Orson Welles - Orson Welles Interview 02
This is Orson Welles - Orson Welles Interview 03
This is Orson Welles - Orson Welles Interview 04
This is Orson Welles - Orson Welles Interview 05
This is Orson Welles - Orson Welles Interview 06
This is Orson Welles - Orson Welles Interview 07
This is Orson Welles - Orson Welles Interview 08
War of the Worlds - Leonard Nimoy Interview
War Of The Worlds - Live on Stage Pt 1 of 2
War Of The Worlds - Live on Stage Pt 2 of 2
War Of The Worlds Remix Edition

1 mp3 Audiobook:
The War of the Worlds

5 mp CD Orson Welles Old Time Radio

EPISODES LIST

Bergen and McCarthy 44-10-29 Halloween guest Orson Welles
Between Americans - 411207 Gulf Screen Guild Theater-
Bill Sterns Sports Newsreel 46-06-28 347 Guest Orson Welles
Black Museum - 01 - The 22 Caliber Pistol
Black Museum - 02 - A 32 Caliber Bullet
Black Museum - 03 - The Bath Tub
Black Museum - 04 - The Black Gladstone Bag
Black Museum - 05 - The Bloodstained Brick Bat
Black Museum - 06 - The Brass Button
Black Museum - 07 - A Can Of Weedkiller
Black Museum - 08 - The Canvas Bag
Black Museum - 09 - The Car Tire
Black Museum - 10 - The Champagne Glass
Black Museum - 11 - A Claw Hammer
Black Museum - 12 - The Door Key
Black Museum - 13 - The Faded Tartan Scarf
Black Museum - 14 - Four Small Bottles
Black Museum - 15 - A French-English Dictionary
Black Museum - 16 - The Gas Receipt
Black Museum - 17 - Glass Shards
Black Museum - 18 - The Hammerhead
Black Museum - 19 - The Jack Handle
Black Museum - 20 - A Jar Of Acid
Black Museum - 21 - The Khaki Handkerchief
Black Museum - 22 - A Ladys Shoe
Black Museum - 23 - The Leather Bag
Black Museum - 24 - A Letter
Black Museum - 25 - The Mandolin String
Black Museum - 26 - Meat Juice
Black Museum - 27 - The Notes
Black Museum - 28 - The Old Wooden Mallet
Black Museum - 29 - The Open Ended Wrench
Black Museum - 30 - The Pair Of Spectacles
Black Museum - 31 - A Piece Of Iron Chain
Black Museum - 32 - The Pink Powder Puff
Black Museum - 33 - The Post Card
Black Museum - 34 - A Prescription
Black Museum - 35 - The Raincoat
Black Museum - 36 - The Sash Cord
Black Museum - 37 - A Service Card
Black Museum - 38 - The Sheath Knife
Black Museum - 39 - The Shopping Bag
Black Museum - 40 - A Shilling
Black Museum - 41 - A Silencer
Black Museum - 42 - The Small White Boxes
Black Museum - 43 - The Spotted Bedsheet
Black Museum - 44 - The Straight Razor
Black Museum - 45 - The Tan Shoe
Black Museum - 46 - The Telegram
Black Museum - 47 - A Trunk
Black Museum - 48 - Two Bullets
Black Museum - 49 - The Walking Stick
Black Museum - 50 - A Womans Pigskin Glove
Black Museum - 51 - The Wool Jacket
Black Museum - 52 - The Pike
Black Museum - G Schurmann-Horrors Of Overture Jim
Black Museum - Orson Welles Biography
Black Museum - The Black Museum Intro
Campbell Playhouse 38-12-09 Rebecca w OrsonWells
Campbell Playhouse 38-12-23 A Christmas Carol
Campbell Playhouse 39-01-06 Counselor-At-Law
Campbell Playhouse 39-01-13 Mutiny On The Bounty
Campbell Playhouse 39-01-27 I Lost My Girlish Laughter
Campbell Playhouse 39-02-03 Arrowsmith
Campbell Playhouse 39-02-10 The Green Goddess
Campbell Playhouse 39-03-10 The Glass Key
Campbell Playhouse 39-03-17 Beau Geste
Campbell Playhouse 39-03-24 1620Th Century
Campbell Playhouse 39-03-31 Showboat
Campbell Playhouse 39-04-14 The Patriot
Campbell Playhouse 39-04-21 Private Lives
Campbell Playhouse 39-05-03 Cambells Short Success Story
Campbell Playhouse 39-05-05 Wickford Point
Campbell Playhouse 39-05-12 Our Town
Campbell Playhouse 39-05-19 The Bad Man
Campbell Playhouse 39-05-26 Things We Have
Campbell Playhouse 39-06-02 Victoria Regina
Campbell Playhouse 39-09-10 Peter Ibbetson
Campbell Playhouse 39-09-17 Ah Wilderness
Campbell Playhouse 39-09-24 What Every Woman Knows
Campbell Playhouse 39-10-01The Count Of Monte Cristo
Campbell Playhouse 39-10-08 Algiers
Campbell Playhouse 39-10-15 Escape
Campbell Playhouse 39-10-22 Liliom
Campbell Playhouse 39-10-29 The Magnificent Ambersons
Campbell Playhouse 39-11-05 The Hurricane
Campbell Playhouse 39-11-12 The Murder Of Roger Ackroyd
Campbell Playhouse 39-11-19 In the Garden of Allah
Campbell Playhouse 39-11-26 Dodsworth
Campbell Playhouse 39-12-03 Lost Horizon
Campbell Playhouse 39-12-10 Vanessa
Campbell Playhouse 39-12-17 There is Always A Woman
Campbell Playhouse 39-12-24 A Christmas Carol
Campbell Playhouse 40-01-07 Vanity Fair
Campbell Playhouse 40-01-14 Theodora Goes Wild
Campbell Playhouse 40-01-21The Citadel
Campbell Playhouse 40-01-28 It Happened One Night
Campbell Playhouse 40-02-04-48 Broome Stages
Campbell Playhouse 40-02-11 Mr Deeds Goes to Town
Campbell Playhouse 40-02-18 Dinner at Eight
Campbell Playhouse 40-02-25 Only Angels Have Wings
Campbell Playhouse 40-03-03 Rabble in Arms
Campbell Playhouse 40-03-10 Craigs Wife
Campbell Playhouse 40-03-17 Huckleberry Finn
Campbell Playhouse 40-03-24 June Moon
Campbell Playhouse 40-03-31 Jane Eyre
Cavalcade Of America 41-12-15 257 Great Man Votes
Cavalcade Of America 42-09-28 298 Juarez Thunder From The Mountain
Cavalcade Of America 42-10-05 299 I Was Married On Bataan
Cavalcade Of America 42-10-26 302 In The Best Tradition
Ceiling Unlimited-421214 06 War Workers aka Secret Agent 23
Ceiling Unlimited-421221 07 GremlinTroubles
Ceiling Unlimited-421228 08 Pan American Airlines
Ceiling Unlimited-430201 13 The Future
Ceiling Unlimited-431225 54 Christmas Show
Ceiling Unlimited-43xxxx xx Rulers of the Earth
Ceiling Unlimited-440409 69 Gods Corporals
Ceiling Unlimited-xxxxxx xx Voyages by Man in Time and Space
Columbia Workshop 360919 009 Hamlet Part 1
Columbia Workshop 361114 016 Hamlet Part 2
Columbia Workshop 370411 XXX Fall Of the City
Command Performance 431221 099 Fred Waring
Command Performance 450719 184 Judy Canova
Command Performance 450814 Victory Special
Command Performance 450902 Vj Day Special
Commercials - Orson Welles War Bonds
Fred Allen 1942-10-18Guest Star Orson Welles
Fred Allen 1946-03-03 Orson Welles - Les Miserables
GI Journal 44-12-15-074-Guest Orson Welles
Hello Americans 42-11-15 (01) Brazil
Hello Americans 42-11-22 (02) Andes
Hello Americans 42-11-29 (03) The Islands
Hello Americans 42-12-06 (04) Alphabet A to C
Hello Americans 42-12-13 (05) Alphabet C to S
Hello Americans 42-12-20 (06) Abednego
Hello Americans 42-12-27 (07) The Bad Will Ambassador
Hello Americans 43-01-03 (xx) Latin Music (Special Program)
Hello Americans 43-01-10 (08) Mexico
Hello Americans 43-01-17 (09) Feed The World
Hello Americans 43-01-24 (xx) Ritmos de las Americas (Special Program)
Hello Americans 43-01-31 (10) Bolivar's Idea
Hello Americans Audio Brief
Jack Benny 400317 (366) The Hunchback Of Notre Dame
Jack Benny 430314 (473) Host - Orson Welles
Jack Benny 430321 (474) Host - Orson Welles
Jack Benny 430328 (475) Host - Orson Welles
Jack Benny 430411 (477) Jack Returns After Illness
Lady Esther 41-10-06 There's a full Moon Tonight (fragment).
Lady Esther 42-01-12 The Apple Tree
Lady Esther 42-01-19 My Little Boy
Lady Esther 42-12-01 Wilbur Brown, Habitat, Brooklyn (part).
Les Miserables-370723 The Bishop
Les Miserables-370730 Javert
Les Miserables-370806 The Trial
Les Miserables-370813 Cosette
Les Miserables-370820 The Grave
Les Miserables-370827 The Barricade
Les Miserables-370903 Finale
Lux 440605 443 Jane Eyre
Lux 440901 A Lux Break Of Hearts Orson Welles Rita Hayworth
Lux 440911 Break of Hearts
Lux 450326 A Tale Of Two Cities
Mercury Summer Theatre-460607 01 Around the World in Eighty Days
Mercury Summer Theatre-460614 02 The Count o Monte Cristo
Mercury Summer Theatre-460621 03 The Hitchhiker
Mercury Summer Theatre-460628 04 Jane Eyre
Mercury Summer Theatre-460705 05 A Passenger to Bali
Mercury Summer Theatre-460712 06 The Search for Henri Lefevre
Mercury Summer Theatre-460719 07 Life with Adam
Mercury Summer Theatre-460726 08 The Moat Farm Murder
Mercury Summer Theatre-460802 09 Golden Honeymoon
Mercury Summer Theatre-460809 10 Hell on Ice
Mercury Summer Theatre-460816 11 Abednego the Slave
Mercury Summer Theatre-460823 12 Im a Fool The Tell-Tale Heart
Mercury Summer Theatre-460830 13 Moby Dick
Mercury Summer Theatre-460906 14 The Apple Tree
Mercury Summer Theatre-460913 15 Scenes from King Lear
Mercury Theater 1938-07-11 001 Dracula
Mercury Theater 1938-07-18 002 Treasure Isand
Mercury Theater 1938-07-25 003 A Tale of Two Cities
Mercury Theater 1938-08-01 004 The 39 Steps
Mercury Theater 1938-08-01 xxx The 39 Steps Rehearsal
Mercury Theater 1938-08-08 005 Three Short Stories
Mercury Theater 1938-08-15 006 Abraham Lincoln
Mercury Theater 1938-08-22 007 The Affairs of Anatole
Mercury Theater 1938-08-29 008 The Count of Monte Cristo
Mercury Theater 1938-09-05 009 The Man Who Was Thursday
Mercury Theater 1938-09-11 010 Julius Caesar
Mercury Theater 1938-09-25 012 The Immortal Sherlock Holmes
Mercury Theater 1938-10-09 014 Hell On Ice
Mercury Theater 1938-10-16 015 Seventeen
Mercury Theater 1938-10-23 016 Around The World In 80 Days
Mercury Theater 1938-10-30 017 War Of The Worlds
Mercury Theater 1938-11-06 018 2 Complete Stories
Mercury Theater 1938-11-13 019 A Passenger To Bali
Mercury Theater 1938-11-20 020 The Pickwick Papers
Mercury Theater 1988-00-00 MercuryTheater Remembered
Orson Welles Biography
Orson Welles I Know What It Is To Be Young
Orson Welles Interviews - Theater Of The Imagination
Orson Welles Interviews 01
Orson Welles Interviews 02
Orson Welles Interviews 03
Orson Welles Interviews 04
Orson Welles Interviews 05
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Orson Welles Interviews 08
Orson Welles Library Diamond as Big as the Ritz
Orson Welles Library Riki Tikki Tavi
Orson Welles Library Slredni Vashtar
Orson Welles Library The Secret Sharer
Orson Welles Radio Almanac 44-01-26 01 Guest Groucho Marx
Orson Welles Radio Almanac 44-02-02 02 Guest Lionel Barrymore
Orson Welles Radio Almanac 44-02-23 05 Hedda Hopper
Orson Welles Radio Almanac 44-03-01 06 Victor Moore
Orson Welles Radio Almanac 44-03-08 07 Guest Lucille Ball
Orson Welles Radio Almanac 44-03-15 08 Charles Laughton
Orson Welles Radio Almanac 44-03-22 09 Betty Hutton
Orson Welles Radio Almanac 44-03-29 10 Mary Boland
Orson Welles Radio Almanac 44-04-05 11 Dennis Day
Orson Welles Radio Almanac 44-05-03 15 Lucille Ball
Orson Welles Radio Almanac 44-05-24 18 Guest Lee and Lyn Wilde, Lois Collier
Orson Welles Radio Almanac 44-05-31 19 Guest Marjorie Reynolds
Orson Welles Radio Almanac 44-06-07 20 D Day Program
Orson Welles Radio Almanac 44-06-14 21 Tex-Arkana Program
Orson Welles Radio Almanac 44-06-21 22 Guest Martha ODriscoll
Orson Welles Radio Almanac 44-06-28 23 Guest Lynn Bari
Orson Welles Radio Almanac 44-07-05 24 Guest Lana Turner
Orson Welles Radio Almanac 44-07-12 25 Guest Susan Hayward
Orson Welles Radio Almanac 44-07-19 26 Guest Ruth Terry
Orson Welles Theatre-410915 Jimminy Cricket
Orson Welles Theatre-4112XX Christmas Show
Orson Welles Upset During Rehearsal
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Shakespeare Collection-360919 Hamlet Part 1
Shakespeare Collection-361114 Hamlet Part 2
Shakespeare Collection-370830 Twelfth Night
Shakespeare Collection-380300 The Tragedy of Julius Caesar
Shakespeare Collection-380600 Twelfth Night
Shakespeare Collection-380700 Julius Caesar
Shakespeare Collection-380900 The Merchant of Venice
Shakespeare Collection-400400 Macbeth Follies excerpt
Shakespeare Collection-400400 Macbeth
Shakespeare Collection-440315 Scene from Julius Caesar
Shakespeare Collection-440405 Soliloquy from Hamlet
Shakespeare Collection-440503 Scene from Henry V
Shakespeare Collection-440517 Scene from Romeo and Juliet
Shakespeare Collection-440621 Soliloquy from Richard III
Shakespeare Collection-440712 Speeches from Richard II
Shakespeare Collection-460913 Scenes from King Lear
Silver Theater 381113 Stars In Their Courses Part 1
Silver Theater 381120 Stars In Their Courses Part 2
Silver Theater 410330 One Step Ahead
Suspense 420902 010 The Hitchhiker
Suspense 420923 012 A Passage To Benares
Suspense 430923 058 The Most Dangerous Game
Suspense 431007 060 Philomel Cottage - Orson Welles
Suspense 431019 061 Lazarus Walks
Suspense 440413 087 The Marvelous Barastro
Suspense 440504 090 The Dark Tower
Suspense 440518 092 Donovans Brain Part 1-Orson Welles
Suspense 440525 093 Donovans Brain Part 2-Orson Welles
Suspense 440531 Donovans Brain parody from Orson Welles Radio Almanac
The Lives of Harry Lime 51-08-03 01 Too Many Crooks
The Lives of Harry Lime 51-08-10 02 See Naples and Live
The Lives of Harry Lime 51-08-17 03 Clay Pidgeon
The Lives of Harry Lime 51-08-24 04 Ticket to Tangier
The Lives of Harry Lime 51-08-31 05 Voodoo
The Lives of Harry Lime 51-09-07 06 Bohemian Star
The Lives of Harry Lime 51-09-14 07 Love Affair
The Lives of Harry Lime 51-09-21 08 Rogues Holiday
The Lives of Harry Lime 51-09-28 09 Work of Art
The Lives of Harry Lime 51-10-05 10 Operation Music Box
The Lives of Harry Lime 51-10-12 11 Golden Fleece
The Lives of Harry Lime 51-10-19 12 Blue Bride
The Lives of Harry Lime 51-10-26 13 Every Frame Has a Silver Lining
The Lives of Harry Lime 51-11-02 14 Mexican Hat Trick
The Lives of Harry Lime 51-11-09 15 Art is long and Lime is fleeting
The Lives of Harry Lime 51-11-16 16 In Pursuit of a Ghost
The Lives of Harry Lime 51-11-23 17 Horse Play
The Lives of Harry Lime 51-11-30 18 Farthings for Your Thoughts
The Lives of Harry Lime 51-12-07 19 The Third Woman
The Lives of Harry Lime 51-12-14 20 An Old Morrish Custom
The Lives of Harry Lime 51-12-21 21 Its a Knockout
The Lives of Harry Lime 51-12-28 22 Two is Company
The Lives of Harry Lime 52-01-04 23 Cherchez La Gem
The Lives of Harry Lime 52-01-11 24 Hand of Glory
The Lives of Harry Lime 52-01-18 25 Double Double Cross
The Lives of Harry Lime 52-01-25 26 Pengoes and a Kiss
The Lives of Harry Lime 52-02-01 27 Dark Enchantress
The Lives of Harry Lime 52-02-08 28 Earl on Troubled Waters
The Lives of Harry Lime 52-02-15 29 Dead Candidate
The Lives of Harry Lime 52-02-22 30 Its in the Bag
The Lives of Harry Lime 52-02-29 31 Hyacinth Patrol
The Lives of Harry Lime 52-03-07 32 Turnabout is Foul Play
The Lives of Harry Lime 52-03-14 33 Violets Sweet Violets
The Lives of Harry Lime 52-03-21 34 Faith Lime and Charity
The Lives of Harry Lime 52-03-28 35 Pleasure Before Business
The Lives of Harry Lime 52-04-04 36 Fools Gold
The Lives of Harry Lime 52-04-11 37 Man of Mystery
The Lives of Harry Lime 52-04-18 38 The Painted Smile
The Lives of Harry Lime 52-04-25 39 Harry Joins the Circus
The Lives of Harry Lime 52-05-02 40 Suzies Cue
The Lives of Harry Lime 52-05-09 41 Vive Le Chance
The Lives of Harry Lime 52-05-16 42 Elusive Vermeer
The Lives of Harry Lime 52-05-23 43 Murder on the Riviera
The Lives of Harry Lime 52-05-30 44 Pearls of Bohemia
The Lives of Harry Lime 52-06-06 45 A Night in a Harem
The Lives of Harry Lime 52-06-13 46 Blackmail is a Nasty Word
The Lives of Harry Lime 52-06-20 47 The Professor Regrets
The Lives of Harry Lime 52-06-27 48 The Hard Way
The Lives of Harry Lime 52-07-04 49 Paris is Not the Same
The Lives of Harry Lime 52-07-11 50 Honeymoon
The Lives of Harry Lime 52-07-18 51 Blue Caribou
The Lives of Harry Lime 52-07-25 52 Greek Meets Greek
The Shadow 37-09-26 Death House Rescue
The Shadow 37-10-17 Murder By The Dead
The Shadow 37-10-24 The Temple Bells of Neban
The Shadow 37-10-31 The Three Ghosts
The Shadow 37-11-28 Circle of Death
The Shadow 37-12-12 The Death Triangle
The Shadow 38-01-09 The League of Terror
The Shadow 38-01-16 Sabotage
The Shadow 38-01-23 The Society of the Living Dead
The Shadow 38-01-30 The Poison Death
The Shadow 38-02-06 The Phantom Voice
The Shadow 38-02-13 The House of Horror
The Shadow 38-02-20 Hounds in the Hills
The Shadow 38-02-27 The Plot Murder
The Shadow 38-03-06 The Bride of Death
The Shadow 38-03-13 The Silent Avenger
The Shadow 38-03-20 The White Legion
The Shadow 38-04-24 Power of the Mind
The Shadow 38-06-05 The Hypnotized Audience
The Shadow 38-06-12 Death from the Deep
The Shadow 38-06-19 Firebug
The Shadow 38-06-26 The Blind Beggar Dies
The Shadow 38-07-03 Power of the Mind
The Shadow 38-07-10 White God
The Shadow 38-07-17 Aboard the Steamship
The Shadow 38-07-24 Murders in Wax
The Shadow 38-07-31 Message from the Hills
The Shadow 38-08-07 The Creeper
The Shadow 38-08-14 Tenor with a Broken Voice
The Shadow 38-08-21 Murder on Approval
The Shadow 38-08-28 The Tomb of Terror
The Shadow 38-09-04 Death Under the Chapel
The Shadow 38-09-11 The Caverns of Death
The Shadow 43-10-07 060 Philomel Cottage - Orson welles
The Shadow 44-04-13 087 The Marvelous Barastro-Orson Welles
The Shadow 44-05-04 090 The Dark Tower-Orson Welles
The Shadow 44-05-18 092 Donovans Brain Part 1-Orson Welles
The Shadow 44-05-25 093 Donovans Brain Part 2-Orson Welles
The War Of The Worlds - Star Trek Cast
The War Of The Worlds 2008
The War Of The Worlds 38 10 30
The War Of The Worlds H.G Wells Meet Orson Welles (40 10 28)
The War Of The Worlds Last Surviving Cast Member William Herz (05 06 23)
The War Of The Worlds Orson Welles Press Conference
The War Of The Worlds Orson Welles Recalls The War Of The Worlds Broadcast
This Is My Best 45XXXX Heart of Darkness Orson Welles
Tomorrow 1950s Civil Defense Drama 1
Tomorrow 1950s Civil Defense Dramas 2

 

 


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