[ US /ˈwɛɫz/ ]
  1. United States actor and filmmaker (1915-1985)
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  • LOL FTW–he duz looka laik teh dyin citz kane aka orson welles! Et tu, … - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • The first Humphrey’s latitu-dinous baver with puggaree behind, (calaboose belong bigboss belong Kang the Toll) his fourinhand bow, his elbaroom surtout, the refaced unmansionables of gingerine hue, the state slate umbrella, his gruff woolselywellesly with the finndrinn knopfs and the gauntlet upon the hand which in an hour not for him solely evil had struck down the might he mighthavebeen d’Est-erre of whom his nation seemed almost already to be about to have need. Finnegans Wake
  • Like Harry Lime, the penicillin-diluting racketeer he plays in the film, Welles infects The Third Man from opening titles to closing credits.
  • A French, German, and Italian production that became another unprofitable film for Welles, the film was recently revived in a fully restored print.
  • When Touch of Evil was first announced, a documentary explaining and illustrating the changes that resulted from Welles' memo was to have been included with the DVD.
  • The reason that I bothered with the argument of vowelless [mz] being pronounceable is simply that I do, in fluent speech, usually produce the vowelless [mz], and therefore wanted to explain the more objectionable position, figuring the vowelled pronunciation of Ms. could defend itself. “Ms.”-ing the point « Motivated Grammar
  • She accurately told the FBI that Welles was broke and that he was cheating on his wife, the beautiful movie star Rita Hayworth, with a string of starlets and showgirls.
  • Orson Welles was a child prodigy, too, and of course he developed a sort of monomania which kind of baulked his career. Why VARK leaves me in the DARK « We Don't Count Your Own Visits To Your Blog
  • It was a project that outlived the lead actor, and remained a work in progress for so many years that Welles eventually threatened to retitle it When Are You Going To Finish Don Quixote?
  • Gluttony, Orson Welles once said ruefully, is not a secret vice and unhappily the solution to weight loss is also blindingly obvious - whatever you eat, eat less.
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