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Orson Welles

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  • About something, or much ado about nothing?

    About something, or much ado about nothing?
    Anyone who struggled through Shakespeare in high school might find some glee in picturing the Bard as a rude, uneducated, drunken lout who never actually penned his literary masterpieces. Well, that’s according to one theory put forth by the new...
  • National Emergency Alert Test Held Wednesday

    National Emergency Alert Test Held Wednesday
    LOS ANGELES -- "This is a test. This is only a test." Millions of Americans heard that warning at 11:00 a.m. PT Wednesday. It marked the first-ever nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System that would enable the president to address the public...
  • Book review: 'Area 51'

    Book review: 'Area 51'
    It's ironic that a book that looks to pull back the curtain on decades of conspiracy theories about UFOs and Nevada's infamous Area 51 may, in the end, become best remembered for launching yet another conspiracy theory. The book is "Area 51: An...
  • Ira Glass and WBEZ Chicago venture into the movie biz

    Ira Glass and WBEZ Chicago venture into the movie biz
    One of the first things you notice during the opening credits of "Sleepwalk with Me" is a producing acknowledgment that reads simply: "In association with WBEZ Chicago's This American Life." Chicago's largest public radio station is in the movie...
  • Hollywood legend Dick Zanuck: a princeling who earned his stripes

    Hollywood legend Dick Zanuck: a princeling who earned his stripes
    When Dick Zanuck and I had lunch last month, it would’ve been impossible to imagine that the veteran producer would be gone six weeks later. Zanuck, who was 77 when he died Friday at his home in Beverly Hills, looked at least a decade younger and...
  • Vertigo replaces Citizen Kane as the greatest film of all-time

    Vertigo replaces Citizen Kane as the greatest film of all-time
    In case you haven't heard, there is a new top dog when it comes to the greatest movies of all time. Sight and Sound's list has Alfred Hitchcock's psychological thriller "Vertigo" replacing Orson Welles classic "Citizen Kane." For 50 years, "Citizen...
  • Prodigal Sons: 3 of 5 stars

    Kimberly Reed, who began life as Paul McKerrow, thought bringing a film crew home to Montana offered the chance to document her acceptance or rejection by her long-estranged brother Marc, a guy who had never been able to compete when Paul was the star...
  • Walk, don't run, in Pamplona

    Walk, don't run, in Pamplona
    Nestled into Spain's northern border, the historic city of Pamplona is internationally known for one thing: bulls. But to think Pamplona is worth the trip only to see men and women run for their lives during San Fermin (aka the Running of the Bulls...
  • Pacific Symphony's American Composers Festival has scores to settle

    Pacific Symphony's American Composers Festival has scores to settle
    Carl St.Clair can clearly recall being in the third grade in his hometown of Yoakum, Texas, and being "marched down to the Grand Theater where we all got to see 'Ben-Hur.' I was totally captivated," he says. "The score was overwhelming to me." Fifty...
  • Zsa Zsa Gabor's Husband Denies Reports He Wants to Preserve His Wife

    Zsa Zsa Gabor's Husband Denies Reports He Wants to Preserve His Wife
    LOS ANGELES -- Zsa Zsa Gabor's husband says he does not have any plans to plastinate his wife's body when she dies. Frederic von Anhalt told reporters in Los Angeles Friday that the report in the German newspaper "Bild" was a pack of lies and said he...
  • Dick Berg dies at 87; television and film writer and producer

    Dick Berg dies at 87; television and film writer and producer
    Dick Berg, a longtime television and motion picture writer and producer, died Tuesday from a fall at his home in Los Angeles. He was 87. A pioneer of the made-for-television movie format that revolutionized network programming in the 1970s, Berg helped...