Orson Welles radio shows now available as streaming audio on Wellesnet
By RAY KELLY
Wellesnet.com is now home to more than 30 radio shows featuring Orson Welles.
The new radio pages span his career from "Les Misérables" in 1937 for the Mutual Network to "The Adventures of Harry Lime" in 1952 on BBC. The programs selected for inclusion are a mix of dramatic presentations, variety shows, wartime broadcasts, and political commentaries.
Co-stars include longtime friends (Joseph Cotten, Mercedes McCambridge), wives (Virginia Welles, Rita Hayworth) and celebrities (Groucho Mark, Carmen Miranda). Titles include "The War of the Worlds," "The Magnificent Ambersons" and "Moby Dick."
The Wellesnet selections will be expanded in the weeks ahead so feel free to send your suggestions to email@example.com
You may access the radio shows by clicking here.
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