Orson Welles

NOUN
  1. United States actor and filmmaker (1915-1985)
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  • Orson Welles's Othello "waded through the great speeches, pausing before the stronger words like a landing craft breasting a swell. A challenging role for a complex thespian
  • In an age of too many minimalists, Orson Welles, Federico Fellini, and Ingmar Bergman were maximalists.
  • At the height of her career, Orson Welles dubbed her "the most exciting woman in the world".
  • I think we can safely assume that Lweton's early days with Orson Welles informed his use of low-angled, steam and mist filled set ups, and the film does evince a stylistic fluidity, which is absent in some of the more literary films. The Ghost Ship
  • If I don’t believe in auteur theory, why am I obsessing on Orson Welles’ masterful technique? Orson’s Wellies « We Don't Count Your Own Visits To Your Blog
  • Orson Welles once said, ‘A work of art is good inasmuch as it reflects the person who created it.’
  • At the height of her career, Orson Welles dubbed her "the most exciting woman in the world".
  • The Orson Welles broadcast of a four-decade-old H.G. Wells novel was so convincing that horrified listeners peered skyward for glimpses of tentacled invaders arriving in their war machines.
  • But it's a movie dominated by Orson Welles - "tyro" and "enfant terrible" of the American theater. SplicedFeed
  • I don't think you can give Deadgirl a 7 and then turn around and give Orson Welles a 5 especially in a world where the wrestler is a 9. TIFF 2008 Wrap-Up | /Film
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