Orson Welles

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Noun1.Orson Welles - United States actor and filmmaker (1915-1985)Orson Welles - United States actor and filmmaker (1915-1985)
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Hence, Desdemona looked for a happy marriage yet it ends in murder, foolish Roderigo (spiked on a rapier thrust between the slats of a lonely sauna in the Orson Wells movie of the play) dies as he lusts after Desdemona, Othello commits suicide and Iago, the play's most extraordinary enigma, faces the torture chamber then extinction.
Our lecturers were the likes of great filmmakers Orson Wells and Sam Peckinpah."
"Each Musketeer has been cast fantastically; Luke reminds me of David Cassidy and Howard reminds me of Orson Wells. They are all great.
With its purple ramparts and whitewashed medina walls, this is the place where Orson Wells filmed large chunks of his Othello and where, today, artisans work in marquetry and sculpted local wood.
It's amazing how just enough money was always miraculously retrieved, in purses, drawers and down the backs of sofas when the strains of Greensleeves, Anchors Aweigh or Harry Lime - the theme from Orson Wells' movie The Third Man - rang out.
In an ironic twist, the building that once served as the corporate headquarters of CBS during the "golden age of radio" and where Orson Wells broadcast his famous "War of the Worlds" program, has reached 100% occupancy thanks to a 21,234 square foot renewal and expansion with ...
How would regulators react now to Orson Wells? His War of the Worlds radio play sent thousands into a tizzy in 1938, when he managed to convince certain dumb Americans that the planet was being invaded by Martians.
There are reasons why notables such as Mark Twain, Sigmund Freud and Orson Wells expressed doubts about Shakespeare.