Director, actor, genius. Orson Welles was all these things and more. But talent can sometimes make people afraid. And Hollywood was very afraid of Orson Welles.
So Welles went indie, making his own works on the proceeds of various jobs that required a big name and that very distinguished voice – perfect for radio. Here, in The Black Museum, he sets the scene as true life crime is retold.
Mr Welles, we’re ready….