Moby Dick. Drama. Written by Orson Welles
[final Broadway credit]. Adapted from "Moby Dick" by Herman Melville
. Incidental music by Harold Glick. Directed by Douglas Campbell
. Ethel Barrymore Theatre: 28 Nov 1962- 8 Dec 1962 (13 performances). Cast: Judith Doty
(as "Young Actress' Understudy"), Bill Fletcher (as "Member of the ...
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[on TV] We live in a world of happy endings with audiences who make every show, no matter how doomed it is and ready to be canceled, sound like a smash hit. [And if not] they have a little black box full of laughter, and they add that to the jokes. And you know that most of the people laughing on that box died long ago.
Was friends with Josip Broz Tito
, a partisan guerrilla leader who fought the Nazis in World War Ii Yugoslavia and who later became president of the country.
Films that he wrote/directed often revolve around the rise and fall of main characters (Kane, Quinlan, Arkardin) who, in classic Shakespearean style, are unmade by their own vices.