Orson Welles on SUSPENSE

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Orson Welles on SUSPENSE

Postby Uli Ruedel » Sun May 26, 2013 6:56 am

Noticed this when, after reading Sidomak's Donovan's Brain and watching Freddie Francis' adaption, I wanted to listen to Welles' -- all Suspense appearances by Orson Welles conveniently collected in one zip file at the Internet Archive: http://archive.org/details/OrsonWellesOnSuspense.

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Re: Orson Welles on SUSPENSE

Postby Matt Barry » Tue May 28, 2013 6:38 pm

Uli Ruedel wrote:Noticed this when, after reading Sidomak's Donovan's Brain and watching Freddie Francis' adaption, I wanted to listen to Welles' -- all Suspense appearances by Orson Welles conveniently collected in one zip file at the Internet Archive: http://archive.org/details/OrsonWellesOnSuspense.

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Thanks for sharing! THE HITCHHIKER is my favorite of the Welles/Suspense programs. A great example of the power of old time radio to conjure up images in the listener's mind. Welles certainly had the perfect voice for radio.
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