“The artist whose work outlives once-powerful moguls always has the last laugh, even if he’s the only one who gets the joke.” 
James Hughes on the fascinating yet tragic mind of Orson Welles.

“The artist whose work outlives once-powerful moguls always has the last laugh, even if he’s the only one who gets the joke.” 

James Hughes on the fascinating yet tragic mind of Orson Welles.

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