(10/30/38) Radio: Leading director, at the Mercury Theatre on-the-air program, as he and other staff members extremely heavily dramatized, as they created science-fiction program, "War of the Worlds", based on H.G. Wells
' novel. Their setting up events of imaginary Martians landing on Earth (locations, at the time, were ...
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I don't think history can possibly be true. Possibly! I'll tell you why. We all know people who get things written about, and we know that they're lies written. I told a story to Buck Henry
, last year in Weymouth, and he told the story that he thought I told him to a newspaper that I read the other day, and it bears not the *slightest* resemblance to what I said! Now, that's an intelligent man, a...
Posthumously inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame in 1988.
One of the most recognizable deep voices in all of film, radio or television.