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Video of the day. The Last Footage of Orson Welles

Welles reads from Charles Lindbergh's "The Spirit of St. Louis" in this, supposedly the last footage of the great artist before he died.

Orson Welles reads from Charles Lindbergh's "The Spirit of St. Louis" in this, supposedly the last footage of the great artist before he died.

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LOVE
Just about as sad, and touching, to hear as his Shylock recitation in the middle of the desert.
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This makes me want to read every piece of poetry ever written. Amazing!
There are never enough of people like Welles in the world. Never!
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Greatest cinematic voice ever.
RIP While I’m not sure—and I’m probably wrong—I’d hazard the guess that “Bill” is really Will: William Shakespeare.
I thought the last footage of Welles was on the Merv Griffin show, 2 hours before he died?!??!!!
Wilder, Billy…

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