ORSON WELLES’ UNSUNG HEROES

Orson Welles

P.: Orson Welles. F.: Gary Graver. In.: Orson Welles 35mm. D.: 5’ a 24 f/s.
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Film Notes

For the insurance company “Mutual of New York” Orson Welles recited a poem by Earl Fultz: “There are no Heroes anymore”. This poem was recited on the occasion of the awards ceremony for “Man of the Year”, with the award given by the “Loyal Guard”. The positive 35mm was duped and the magnetic was re-recorded in optical sound.

Stefan Droessler

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